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BTF 2601 Sem 1 2011 Exam Memo

BTF 2601 Sem 1 2011 Exam Memo - BTF 2601 Banking Law SEM 1...

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BTF 2601 Banking Law SEM 1 2011 Memorandum To: All students enrolled in BTF 2601 BANKING LAW. From: Andrew Coleman Subject Leader/Chief Examiner. Re: Examination Details. 1.0 Topics. The following topics WILL NOT BE examined: Company charges or Personal Property Security. Bankruptcy/Liquidation. Product Disclosure Statements. Everything else COULD BE, for example priorities, tacking and securities also: so study hard! 2.0 Structure. There are a total of four (4) questions, all different styles. For example, there will be essay, short answer and problem style questions. Some questions have multiple parts, others a single question. Please read the instructions carefully, AND ENSURE YOU ANSWER ALL PARTS OF EACH QUESTION. The exam is out of 100 marks in total, but will be converted into a mark out of 70, and structured as follows: Total = 4 questions. Q1= (10 + 10 +10 = 30 Marks) Q2 = (10 + 10 + 5 = 25 Marks) Q3 = (25 marks) Q4 = (5 x 4 = 20 marks) SO DIVIDE YOUR TIME CAREFULLY, AND ACCORDING TO THE MARKS ALLOCATED.
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