Mid-Semester Coursework Assignment

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City University of Hong Kong School of Law LW3902 The Law Relating to Companies Mid-Semester Coursework Assignment Semester B, 2012/2013 Instructions to Students: 1. The assignment is worth 50% of the overall mark for this course. The total word limit is 1,500 words, excluding footnotes and bibliography. You must do a word count and indicate the number of words on the cover page. If a paper exceeds the allowable word limit, only the first 1,500 words will be read and marked. 2. Your answers must be double spaced, and typewritten in 12 point, Times New Roman font. Failure to comply with this format will result in a penalty of five (5) marks. 3. Indicate the course code and title, your name, student number, seminar section, and lecturer’s name on the cover page of your assignment. 4. The deadline for submission is Friday 15 March 2013 at 5 pm. Additional instructions on the submission of your coursework assignment will be provided to you on Blackboard / in class. 5. You must strictly adhere to the policy of City University of Hong Kong on plagiarism, which is a serious academic offence. Suspected plagiarism may be subject to disciplinary action. You may discuss your work with others, but you must provide your own answers. In case of doubt as to what amounts to plagiarism, please consult your lecturer. All coursework assignments will be reviewed on Turnitin for plagiarism and originality. 6. Any sources for your answers must be footnoted in the paper. You should cite authority (i.e. cases and/or statutes) to support your legal arguments, and these sources must be acknowledged. 7. Examples of proper citation: Case: Liu Hon Ying v Hua Xin State Enterprise (HK) Ltd [2003] 3 HKLRD 347 Statute: s. 275(1) of the Companies Ordinance (Cap 32) 8. Extension to the deadline for submitting the assignment may be granted only in exceptional circumstances. Prior to obtaining any extension to the deadline, you must first approach your lecturer well in advance with a reason and...
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