Tax (Financial) Advisers Registration - Australian Commercial Law for Tax (Financial) Advisers (TAFESA/TPB11)

Duration16 weeks
Accredited UnitsApply legal principles in commercial law when providing tax (financial) advice services (FNSTPB507)

Description

TAFE SA offer the Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) approved course in Australian commercial law for tax (financial) advisers which meet the education requirements set out by the TPB for those requiring board approved courses for Tax (Financial) Advisers registration and renewal.

If you have prior qualifications in Australian Commercial Law, you may not need to complete these courses. To discuss with a lecturer about selecting the correct course for you, please send an email to FJP.admissions@tafesa.edu.au before enrolment.

This Australian Commercial Law core unit provides you with the skills and knowledge required to identify and analyse commercial law principles and apply relevant principles to particular clients and their circumstances.

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$650.00
You will be given 16 weeks to complete this course. If you study 4-6 hours per week, we estimate that you will be able to complete the course in this time frame. However as this online course is self-paced, if you prefer you are able to complete it in a shorter time frame.
Continuous enrolments
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No refunds apply unless the course is cancelled by TAFE SA. International students on a Student visa (subclass 500) are not eligible to undertake short courses.

Skills Covered

Tax (Financial) Advisers Registration - Australian Commercial Law for Tax (Financial) Advisers (TAFESA/TPB11)
- Contract law: Introduction to contracts, Intention to create legal relations, Agreement, Consideration, Capacity, Genuine consent, Legality, Terms of a contract, Transfer and termination and Remedies for breach of contract
- Business structures: Fundamental legal concepts of business organisational structures (that is, sole traders, partnerships, corporations and trusts) and the underlying regulation
- Law of torts: negligence, negligent misstatement, intentional torts and defamation,
- Consumer law: Key provisions of the competition and consumer Act 2010, including those relating to misleading and deceptive conduct