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I received a High Distinction. Follow these notes/review after each lecture and you will be fine.

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ly complex and cannot be solved • Sharing economy: Business ideology which promotes the sharing of resources rather than the conventional transfer through sales LECTURE 2 • Dimensions of urban sustainability: - Economics - Ecology - Politics - Culture • The shared economy is a potential solution to issues of sustainability LECTURE 3 • The law is the principles and regulations from a government which are applicable to people • Business law refers to rules and regulations which govern the conduct of businesses • Two types of law in Australia: - Legislation (Statutory: ▪ Made by governments, the house of representatives and the senate - Common Law (& Precedent) ▪ “Judge made law” ▪ Doctrine of Precent: Courts should treat similar cases in a similar fashion to how they have been treated by superior courts • Two other types of law: - Civil Law: ▪ C...
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