Credit Law ACAP Course


10 WEEK COURSE STARTS MARCH 28, 2007 – download flyer

This course provides students with a fundamental understanding of business and credit law and the legal environment. Credit Law looks closely at negotiable instruments, debtor-creditor relationships, and government regulations.

The topics covered:

Negotiability and Transferability
Rights and Liabilities of Parties
Checks, The Banking System, and E-Money
Secured Transactions
Other Creditors’ Remedies and Suretyship
Agency Relationships in Business
Sole Proprietorships and Partnerships
Corporate Formation and Financing
Corporate Directors, Officers, and Shareholders
Limited Liability Companies and Limited Partnerships
Franchise and Special Business Forms
Antitrust Law
Consumer Law

Starts Wednesday, March 28 meets every Wednesday for 10 weeks
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

CMA Member $550 per person Non Member $625 per person

Raley’s Community Room, 2900 Geer Rd. Turlock, CA

Advanced Credit Administration Program (ACAP)
The Advanced Credit Administration Program is a series of college equivalent courses designed to prepare credit professionals for additional managerial responsibilities and for the CBF Designation exam. (A combination of course work and NACM Career Roadmap points is needed to qualify for the CBF Designation exam.)

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