Types of law
Part 1: INTRODUCTION: MODULE MANUAL (~1h)
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Part 2: CIVIL AND CRIMINAL LAW (~5h)
Learning Package 1: CIVIL AND CRIMINAL LAW: This package will open and allow you to study the area of civil and criminal law.
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Part 3: BUSINESS LAW LECTURE 1 (~2h)
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Part 4: TUTORIAL 1 (~3h)
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Part 5: GLOSSARY AND HOW TO STUDY (~4h)
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