Module code: LLMP 5240
Food Consumer Protection Law examines the common law and statutory rules designed to protect consumers from unsafe and qualitatively defective goods with particular reference to food. The emphasis is on compensation, as opposed to deterrence or punishment, since food quality is primarily a matter of civil law.
The module covers four topics:
Contact hours per student per year
If the aggregate mark is below 50% and the mark for each component is below 50% the candidate shall be re-assessed by re-submitting the failed assignments or a student may elect to submit new pieces of work.
Additional costs: No extra costs other than purchase of books
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