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Premium Securities and Financial Services Regulation Notes - Sample PDF


A 204 page bible of detailed cases and materials summaries, super summaries ideal for open book exam use and a rights/remedies map.

Please be aware that the FOFA legislation has gone through substantial revisions and continues to be modified - some of the material contained in these documents regarding FOFA may be out of date.

Structure of the cases and materials summaries:
Class 1 - Introduction
Class 2 - What is 'regulation'
Class 3-6: How are we regulating (Generally, Disclosure to Retail Clients, Licensing)
Class 7 - Customer Agreements: Traditional Advisory Accounts
Class 8 - ASIC Investigation and Enforcement Powers
Class 9 - Criminal and Civil Penalties, Regulator's Sanctions and Other ASIC Act Actions
Class 10 - Plaintiff Actions

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