Quick Reference Card - Criminology

This Quick Reference Card offers a concise summary of Criminology consisting of the most important principles, legislation and cases.

Published: 01 January, 2015

Publisher: LexisNexis Australia

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Commentary: A4, 6-page, laminated card
AUD$ 22.00
In Stock ISBN: 9780409340518

Quick Reference Card - Criminology, written by Willem de Lint, clearly summarises the criminology by using the most important principles, legislation and cases. This Quick Reference Card makes an ideal study aid both for classroom and exam use and is an excellent quick-reference tool for practitioners. This card covers thinking about crime, measuring crime and reacting to crime.


Concise summary of the most important principles of criminology Overview of important legislation and cases Bold headings and colour coded boxes structure the subject

Related Titles

Chappell & Wilson, Issues in Australian Crime and Criminal Justice, 2005
Crofts Criminal Law Elements 5th edition, 2014
Finlay & Kirchengast, Criminal Law in Australia, 2014

Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 How have managed investment schemes coped with the challenges of insolvency

Chapter 3 Duties of Directors of managed Investment Schemes

Chapter 4 Advising the Directors and management of an Entity in Financial Crisis

Chapter 5 Can managed Investment Schemes be Restructured in the Context of Insolvency?

Chapter 6 Role of the Courts in Restructuring Managed Investment Schemes

Chapter 7 Winding up Managed Investment schemes – Conceptual and Practical Difficulties

Chapter 8 The competition for assets in insolvent investment vehicles

Chapter 9 Rights of Investors in failed or insolvent managed investment schemes

Chapter 10 Class Actions in a Managed Investment Scheme Context

Chapter 11 Disclaimer and Related Issues

Chapter 12 Directions Applications and the Rights of Third Parties

Chapter 13 Practitioner remuneration, costs and security

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