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OBE COURSE SYLLABUS

COURSE CODE: BLAWREG


COURSE NAME: Business Laws and Regulations
CREDITS: 3 units

CONTACT HOURS: 3 hours per week

INSTRUCTOR:

SPECIFIC COURSE INFORMATION

COURSE DESCRIPTION : The course deals with the study of pertinent Civil Code provisions as regards
partnership law and the special law on corporations. The Partnership Law deals with the nature of the
different forms of partnership a person may enter into with another, and the rights and obligations that may
arise therefrom. Likewise, the Law on Corporation will tackle relatively the same concepts. This aims to give
relevant knowledge and provide guidance for students of the course in their potential dealings with these
types of contracts and situations.

PRE-REQUISITES: OBLICON

CO-REQUISITES: NONE

COURSE
Core Accounting Education Courses
CLASSIFICATION:

LEARNING RESOURCES

TEXTBOOK:  DeLeon, Hector Sr., (2010). Textbook on Partnership and Corporation.


Manila: Rex Book Store.

OTHER  F. Soriano, (2013) Notes to Business Law


SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS:

INSTITUTIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES

1. Embody the ideals, values and teachings of Saint Paul in the pursuit of a meaningful personal and
professional life.
2. Exercise critical and creative thinking in providing solutions to discipline-related issues and problems.
3. Apply effective communication skills, both oral and written, using the English language in diverse
situations.
4. Be passionate and dedicated to put quality in everything, stepping outside the comfort zone, learning
with a spirit of endeavor amidst the challenges of the 3rd millennium.
5. Demonstrate understanding and mastery of the fundamental knowledge and skills required for
effective professional practice in the field of specialization adapting latest trends and global
developments.
6. Manage unyielding quest for relevant knowledge and competence in the pursuit of personal
development and excellence in professional practice.
7. Immerse as a team-player applying Filipino family values, industry-desired values and global citizen
values in service to others.

Saint Paul School of Professional Studies (formerly Saint Paul School of Business and Law)
Campetic Road, Palo, 6501 Leyte, Philippines • Telephone +63 53 323 7778 • Fax +63 53 323 4402 • www.spsps.edu.ph
SPECIFIC GOALS FOR THE COURSE

COURSE INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES (CILO):


On completion of the course, 100% of the students are expected to examine critically the
various partnership and corporation contracts.

COURSE ASSESSMENT

FINAL COURSE OUTPUT:

OUTPUT DUE DATE


Drafting of partnership contracts. Mid-Term
Drafting of articles of incorporation. Finals

ASSESSMENT (GRADING)

OUTPUT PERCENT
Quiz 20
Involvement 20
Activity/Written Output 10
Final Examination 40
Output Presentation 10
TOTAL 100

LEARNING PLAN:

CILO TOPICS TLA’s WEEK ASSESSMENT GRADING


NO. TASK CRITERIA
Discuss comprehensively the Nature of Cooperative 1st Recitation Involvement
nature of partnership and partnership and as Learning
differentiate from other types distinguished from
of business associations. corporation
Memorize the cardinal Elements and kinds Buzz group 2nd Recitation Involvement
components and forms of a of partnership
partnership contract.
Discuss comprehensively the Formalities required Case study 3rd Critiquing Involvement
extrinsic validity of a contract under partnership
of partnership. law
Discuss comprehensively Rules of Cooperative 4th Output Written
management of partnership. management Learning presentation; Output
Critiquing

PRELIMINARY TERM EXAMINATIONS

Prepare a simple and basic Contract drafting; Cooperative 5th Use of Written
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partnership contract that is Distribution of learning and Rubrics Output
sufficient in substance and profits and losses output 6th
form and to discuss presentation
comprehensively how the
result of operation is divided
among members.
Understand the rationale of Sharing of losses and Creative 7th Recitation Involvement
the rules on losses and the liabilities presentation
partnership’s creditors claim.
Identify the legal provisions on Modes of dissolution Cooperative 8th Critiquing Written
the termination of partnership learning Output
operation.
Determine the rules governing Limited partnership Buzz groups 9th Output Written
special type of partnership. presentation;
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Campetic Road, Palo, 6501 Leyte, Philippines • Telephone +63 53 323 7778 • Fax +63 53 323 4402 • www.spsps.edu.ph
Critiquing Output

MIDTERM EXAMINATIONS

Discuss comprehensively Nature and classes Cooperative 10th Use of


nature and classes of of corporation Learning Rubrics
corporation.
Examine critically the various Requirements for Matrix 11th Recitation Involvement
requirements of organization making
incorporation.
Differentiate clearly the Powers of a Role Play 12th Recitation Involvement
express, implied, and corporation
incidental powers of a
corporation.
Discuss comprehensively the Board of directors / Cooperative 13h Recitation Involvement
provisions for the Corporate officers Learning /
qualifications, elections, Survey
removal, powers, and the
corresponding duties of the
governing body of a
corporation.

SEMI-FINALS EXAMINATIONS

Prepare a simple and basic Drafting of articles of Cooperative 14th Recitation Involvement
contract that is sufficient in incorporation; Learning /
substance and form and to Classes of stocks Presentation
understand the concepts and of output
memorize the methods of
acquiring corporate
ownership.
Discuss comprehensively the Stockholders Internet 15th Recitation Involvement
powers, rights and obligations search
of stockholders.
Discuss comprehensively the Majority and Cooperative 16th Recitation Involvement
groups of equity holders of a minority control and Learning
corporate entity through corporate
mergers, consolidations, and reorganization
other business combinations.
Substantially understand legal Foreign corporations Cooperative 17th Recitation Involvement
provisions regarding the Learning
establishment, operation,
definition of rights and duties,
limitations, and other
pertinent provisions on
foreign corporations.
Determine critically the Modes of dissolution Internet 18th Output Written
different methods of and liquidation search presentation; Output
corporate extinguishment. Critiquing
FINAL TERM EXAMINATIONS

CLASS POLICIES – as stated in the student’s manual

Saint Paul School of Professional Studies (formerly Saint Paul School of Business and Law)
Campetic Road, Palo, 6501 Leyte, Philippines • Telephone +63 53 323 7778 • Fax +63 53 323 4402 • www.spsps.edu.ph