A2 Law for AQA
Heinemann, 2003 - 344
'A2 Law for AQA' follows the same format as the AS book but in the depth required for A2. It is tailored to the specification and covers all the AQA options for A2. It builds on what students learnt at AS to ensure they reach the levels expected of them in their A2 exams.
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Criminal law fatal and nonfatal offences against the person 1 Murder
Nonfatal offences against the person
Contract 1 Formation
Law of tort
Strict and vicarious liability
Discharge of contract
Criminal law offences against property 1 Theft
Deception offences and making off without payment
Enforcement sanctions and remedies
Law and justice
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