AGEC 516 - Agricultural Law and EconomicsCredits: 3
The legal framework for decision making by farm firms, families, and individuals; liabilities, real and personal property, contracts, uniform commercial code, organization of farm firms, intergeneration property transfers, water law, fence law, federal and state regulatory power, insurance, income tax, and social security.
Three hours recitation a week.
Prerequisite: ECON 110 or AGEC 120 or AGEC 121 or ECON 120 and junior standing.
Ethical Reasoning and Responsibility
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