Business Law Assignment Essays and Term Papers

  • Business Law Assignment FINAL

     COURSE NAME: Bachelor of Business, Procurement and Supply Management (BBUS) MODULE: Business Law MODULE CODE: OD003 LEARNER NUMBER: s416711 DATE OF SUBMISSION: 14/02/14 WORD COUNT: 2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Introduction 3 1. Intention to create legal relations – A fundamental...

      2188 Words | 13 Pages   Intention to be legally bound, Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company, Contract, Balfour v Balfour

  • Bonus Business Law Assignment

    DJ Blankenship Gordon Hensley Business Law April 27, 2015 Sole Proprietorship vs. Partnership The most common type of business is a sole proprietorship \, and there are many reasons why it is so common. For one it is very easy to start up a solely owned business as you do not have to consult anyone...

      339 Words | 2 Pages   Sole proprietorship

  • Business Law Assignment

    Unit 3 Criminal Law and Cyber Crimes Assignment 3: Case Analysis MT311-06 Business Law StevenPorter7 Professor Noel Ransom Unit 3 Case Analysis The Case Review the following case. Prepare an analysis that will demonstrate your ability to both answer the questions presented and incorporate...

      448 Words | 2 Pages   Double jeopardy, Mens rea, Criminal law, Assault

  • Business Law Assignment 2

    goods should also be fit for the purposes for which they are bought. All sellers have the duty to disclose any defect in the goods they are selling. The law presumes the seller to be the professional who knows the condition of the good he is selling so he should disclose the defects to the buyer. The car...

      533 Words | 2 Pages   Estoppel, Estoppel in English law, Contract, Misrepresentation

  • Assignment of Business Law

    Questions 1. With examples explain the following general principles of law a. Ne bis in idem b. In dubio pro reo c. Fraus omnia corrumpit 2. Give the Institutional framework of the applicability of accountability principle in Rwanda Q.1. A. THE PRINCIPLE OF NE BIS IN IDEM:...

      1582 Words | 5 Pages   Acquittal, European Convention on Human Rights, Criminal procedure in South Africa, Double jeopardy

  • Olivio Assignment Business Law

    the penalty for larceny vary, depending on where the individual is caught or the dollar value of the good taken?  Explain According to NYS penal law (155.05), “A person steals property and commits larceny when, with intent to deprive another of property or to appropriate the same to himself or to...

      290 Words | 1 Pages   Larceny, Theft

  • Business Law Assignment

    so, is Hewlett within his rights to void the established contract and sell the laptop to the offeror with a higher price. The General Principle of Law here would imply here that Hewlett and Packard, are in a contract due to consensus ad idem, in that a meeting of minds must be between the two parties...

      400 Words | 2 Pages   Contract, Offer and acceptance, South African contract law, Meeting of the minds

  • Business Law Assignment

    (lawyer also of Astra Ltd) is to sell own plot of land for sum of £1,000,000 for site of new factory. Recommendation also included as to the type of business association which could be established most conveniently for this purpose. The following headings identify points to be considered alongside the...

      3205 Words | 11 Pages   Limited company, High Court of Singapore, High Court of Justice, Partnership

  • Business Law Assignment

    MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE OF SINGAPORE IN COLLABORATION WITH UNIVERSITY OF BRADFORD DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT BUSINESS LAW ASSIGNMENT Presented by Name | FIN/IC Number | Participation Marks Awarded | Gerry Vicentius Sajuti | G1180480U | | Diana Ong Cabillan | G5304258P | ...

      3302 Words | 12 Pages   Supreme Court of Singapore, Supreme court, Precedent, Value added tax

  • Assignment on Business Law

    Assignment on Business Law Topic: Identify the food product (Maggi 2-Minute noodles), Cigarette (British American Tobacco Group), Electronic good (Symphony mobile phone) are safe or unsafe under the Consumer Rights Protection Act 2009. Submitted by: Group-5 Name ID. No. Muhammad Shahreer...

      856 Words | 5 Pages   Cigarette, Tobacco smoking, Food

  • Business law assignment

     Business Law Assignment 2013 Question 1: 9 marks The issue is whether there is a legally binding contract between Michael and Matt. For there to be a valid and enforceable contract, all the following elements must be satisfied: offer, acceptance, consideration, intention...

      1308 Words | 4 Pages   Estoppel, Contract, South African contract law, Offer and acceptance

  • Business Law Assignment

    1. From the information that was given it shows that there was no contract. So the law that would fit this situation would be the Statue of Frauds. And under this law it states that a contract calling for the sale of land is not enforceable unless it is writing or evidenced by a written memorandum....

      677 Words | 2 Pages   Estoppel, Consideration, Contract

  • Assignment Business Law

    15 – 17 Chapter 5 Contract of Sale of Goods 18 5.1 Concept Goods under The Law 19 Chapter 6 Scope of Hire-Purchase Act 20 6.1 Concept Law on Hire-Purchase 21 6.2 Does not Cover all Hire Purchase Transactions 21 Chapter 7 Law of Partnership 22 7.1 Partnership 23 7.2 The Statutory Definition of Partnership...

      6484 Words | 25 Pages   Offer and acceptance, Invitation to treat, Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company, Precedent

  • Assignment on Business Law

    They are allowed to introduce or make proposals for new laws that aren't necessarily supported or planned by the government. These proposals are called Private Members' Bills. Basically, Private Members' Bills give MPs a chance to introduce new laws. There are three ways to introduce a Private Members'...

      1339 Words | 4 Pages   Presumption of innocence, Specific performance, Evidence (law), Prosecutor

  • Business Law Assignment Essay

    none of any similar incidents would take place. I ensure this matter is an isolate case which never took place ever since our company started our business. We had also implemented a new communication system which important information would be passed down easily and accessed from the top management to...

      929 Words | 4 Pages  

  • Business Law Assignment

    enforceable by law is a contract”. A contract is a promise or agreement between two or more parties that is enforced by law to be legally binding. It may involve a duty to do or refrain from doing something, and the failure to perform such duty is a breach of contract. The role of law in a contract is...

      4965 Words | 14 Pages   Invitation to treat, Contract, Intention to be legally bound, Offer and acceptance

  • Business Law Individual Assignment

    contract is defined as an agreement that is made between two or more parties, giving rise to legal rights and obligations that is enforceable by the law. Contracts are normally written but it can be spoken or implied, and generally have to do with sale, employment, lease, or tenancy. A contractual relationship...

      2742 Words | 8 Pages   Contract, Concurring opinion, Majority opinion, Offer and acceptance

  • Business Law Assignment

    Balogun, Chairman, MD Gentle Jaja Limited applied to the Federal Ministry of Works for the Ibeju Link road with the sum of N150m. Until now, the main business of the company is Corn Flour distribution and the company is registered as a major distributor of Dangote Corn Flourmill. Alhaji Balogun’ brother...

      617 Words | 2 Pages   Fiduciary

  • Business Law 100 Assignment

    Report Analysis A) Identify aspects of the media that relate to the law. (2 Marks) The article reports on Lance Armstrong who is famous cyclist that use performances-enhancing drugs to bring his career to a successful. Criminal law US Anti-Doping Agency was published a report saying that he is a liar...

      1334 Words | 5 Pages   United States Anti-Doping Agency, Lawsuit

  • Business Law Assignment

    incurred medical expenses due to slipping on the highly polished floor when shopping at Quills Department Store. This case applied to Australian common law, implied terms of negligence. The first issue is whether the proprietor of Quills Department Store is liable to Dylans injury. In order to determine...

      2769 Words | 4 Pages   Remoteness in English law, Offer and acceptance, Negligence, Contract

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