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    Beotson; Anson's Law of Contract, Oxford University Press; 28th Ed.2002. 4 S.S. Srivastava; Consumer Protection Act, Orient Law Agency, Allahabad, 1st Ed. 2000. 5 R. Misra; Negotiable Instruments Act; Bhart Law House, New Delhi:2003. Other Reading Sr No Jouranls atricles as compulsary readings (specific articles...
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  • Hnd Accounting
    Relationships * Sales of Goods Act 1979 (As Amended) has been amended many times and the amendments are very important. Sales of Goods Act 1979 (As Amended) is statutory legislation giving protection for the buyer/consumer of corporeal objects (goods/touchable objects). The Act implies terms where...
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  • Sale of Goods Act
    Assignment on Sales of Goods Act, 1930: emphasis on condition & warranty, sales by description & sample, liability for damage of goods & transfer of title. Course Title: BUS 361: Legal Environment of Business Submitted To: Syed Rubayet Ferdous Assistant Professor Adjunct Faculty, Department...
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  • Sale of Goods Act
    Case Study 1 Question 1 Under the Sale of Goods Act 1979, A contract of Sale is a contract where a seller transfers or agrees to transfer goods or a service to a buyer for money, in the course of a business. The transfer must be for money, barter or exchange are not covered. The Act covers sales...
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  • Business Contractual Relationships
    Business Contractual Relationships Assessment - Case Study 1 Question1 Referring to the Sales of Goods Act 1979, explain the main characteristic of a contract of sale. The contract of sale take place in every day life when we buy something in the shops either food or clothes or just newspaper...
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  • Contract Law Free on Board Fob Cif
    In this case study, Patina is the seller and Luca is the buyer under an FOB (Free on Board) agreement. General picture of a FOB contract can be congregated from the case of Wimble & Sons v Rosenberg & Sons which describes it as a contract for the sale of goods where the seller which in this case is Patina...
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  • Sales of Goods Law
    Sale Of Goods Law – A Case Study April 2007. [Student Name] [Course Name and Number] [Tutor Name] [Date] Sale of Goods Law – A Case Study The case under consideration today concerns Susan, who is a self-employed painter and decorator and a painting firm known as “Paintplus”. Susan...
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  • Case Study
    EXERCISE 15-3. CASE STUDY Pursuant to a government program of privatization, National development Company (NDC) decided to sell to private enterprise all of its shares in its wholly-owned subsidiary the national Marine Corporation (NMC). The NDC decided to sell in one lot its NMC shares and give (5)...
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  • Why I Study Business Law
    Business Law is a subject that business and commerce students study in their course. Because they are not the students of Law therefore a question may arise in the mind of a student “Why I am studying business law?” but the answer is quite reasonable that a business student has to run some business in...
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  • The Law with Respect to Consumer Protection in Given Situations
    Prepare a short fact sheet describing the Sale of Goods Act 1979, stating how it protects customers when they enter into contracts for goods. Use examples and/or case studies to illustrate the relevant implied conditions: * S12 - Title/Ownership * S13 – As described * S14 - Fit for Purpose ...
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  • Caro
    COMPARATIVE STUDY MAOCARO, 1988 1. Short title, application and commencement. (1) This order may be called the Manufacturing and Other Companies (Auditor's Report) Order, 1988 ["MAOCARO"] (2) (a) It shall apply to every company including a foreign company as defined in section 591 of the Companies Act, 1956...
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  • Assignment 1
    of excise duty, Goods, marketability test, Excisable, Manufacture | |03 |Taxable event, Manufacturer, Date of Manufacture and rate of duty, Types of Excise Duties, | |04 |Cases - Case study 1 - Submission...
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  • Marketing Presentation
    to their customers or for advising them about the Fund. The Fund is a collective investment scheme as defined in the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (“FSMA 2000”). The Fund has not been authorised, or otherwise recognised or approved by the Financial Services Authority and, as an unregulated...
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  • Corporate Law
    Weekly Case-studies for Small Group Seminars Semester 1, 2012 Week 2 case study Deciding what legislation means Case-study: The toxic waste Late in the afternoon on 1 December 2009 Alex Demetriou, who owns a waste removal business...
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  • Case Study: “Stinky Trainers”
    INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS LAW CASE STUDY: “Stinky Trainers” Introduction A stinky issue was discovered with a range of football boots made by sportswear, Nike. In usual condition we might expect a pair of football boots to start smellafter using them for a while. However, in this case, Nike Total 90s ranges...
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  • Summer Report
    officers with regards to the best quality of material available in the market, supplier’s capability and performance etc. * To develop and maintain good buyer-seller relationship. * To promote source development. * To maintain credibility in the market by fair dealings and prompt payments. ...
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  • Modular Planner for Llb-Contract Law
    Modern Contract law 5th edn Cavendish Press Treitel GH, The Law of contract 11th ed Sweet and Maxwell Websites Increasingly the Internet is becoming a good source of information for law students. The following may be of use, but bear in mind that URLs are subject to change. (a) Law Reports www.the-times...
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     UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM AND ENERGY STUDIES College of Legal Studies Scope of Pledge created by Mercantile Agent and Third Party Rights Submitted to: Submitted by: Ms. Shraddha Baranwal Parminder kaur sahota ...
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  • Rpt Case Studies
    Case Studies Paper VIII (404) Sem.IV M.Com.Part II Patter 2008 Wef from June 2009 Case Studies : There will be a paper of case studies for external students. The paper will be set for 80 marks to be converted to 100 marks. In the question paper 04 cases are given. It will be covered, each carrying 20...
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  • Legal Aspects
    MANAGEMENT STUDY GUIDE FOR LEGAL ASPECTS OF PURCHASING PPSM049 © 2008 University of South Africa All rights reserved University of South Africa Muckleneuk Pretoria Original: Ms I Fourie Revised by: Ms Rene Swart Assisted by: Prof JA Badenhorst LEGAL ASPECTS OF PURCHASING STUDY UNIT 1 1...
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