This course explores the basic theories, principles and policies that underlie Canadian corporate law. It provides a history of the development of corporate law in Canada and internationally and includes a consideration of the primary purposes of the corporation, the role of limited liability and corporate personality, appropriate corporate purposes and remedies.


Pre-requisite: For students outside the specialization- Demonstrated foundational knowledge of Canadian business and/or corporate law concepts.

Anti-requisite: CCLW 6845 - Business Associations and BLIS 6838 Business Associations (Non-NCA), LAW 6870P - Advanced Corporate Law

NCA equivalence:


Terms Offered

Summer 25

Video conference available

Course Section: A

3.0 credits

Summer 26

3.0 credits

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