• Law of Tort
    law of tort means for your business When we consider the law of tort and the law of contract it is evident that there is an inter-relationship between the two areas of law. Tort law and contract law are the two main areas of the English law of obligations. The area of tort covers a variety of forms...
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  • Trade Practices Act 1974
    SYNOPSIS The law seeks to protect consumers in many ways. In addition to giving them civil law rights in tort and contract, it also regulates the conduct of business to ensure that consumers are not taken advantage of. But because of today's continuous increasing number of businesses, the complexity...
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  • Accountability
    is important to determine whether a monetary transaction of an institution is running well (Abdullah 2004). The Constitution and the National Audit Act provide certain powers to increase the level of auditing and further on the level of accountability especially in public sector. This can be seen in...
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  • Law of Tort
    legislation:   Occupiers Liability Act 1957  - which imposes an obligation on occupiers with regard to 'lawful visitors' Occupiers Liability Act 1984 - which imposes liability on occupiers with regard to persons other than 'his visitors'.   Different levels of protection are expected under the two pieces...
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  • Liebeck vs Mcdonalds
    involved are discussed thoroughly as well as the difference between consumer protection laws in Malaysia and also the United States where the case took place. This assignment will also discuss the implications of the case and also businesses/consumers responsibility when handling accident prone products...
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  • “Implicit” and “Explicit” Csr: a Conceptual Framework for a Comparative Understanding of Corporate Social Responsibility
    (CSR) differs among countries and how and why it changes. Applying two schools of thought in institutional theory, we conceptualize, first, the differences between CSR in the United States and Europe and, second, the recent rise of CSR in Europe. We also delineate the potential of our framework for application...
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  • Patent
    empowers the owner of an invention to prevent others from manufacturing, using, importing or selling the patented invention. Patent Act, 1970 as amended in the years 1998 and 1999 along with Patent Rules, 1972 govern patents in India. |What is Patent? ...
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  • Notes on the European Union
    democratic,  but  the  power  will  return  to  the  privileged  classes  eventually  à   renewing  war  between  states     Proposal:  to  prevent  this  development,  create  a  federal  European  state  to   subordinate...
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  • Mapping consumer power: an
    text archive of this journal is available at www.emeraldinsight.com/0309-0566.htm EJM 40,9/10 950 Mapping consumer power: an integrative framework for marketing and consumer research Janice Denegri-Knott Bournemouth Media School, Bournemouth University, Poole, UK Detlev Zwick Schulich...
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  • Summer Internship in Lic
    Declaration I, ………………………, Roll no…., student of PGDM of Galgotias Business School,,Greater Noida , hereby declare that the project report on “Consumer Attitude towards Investment”at Life Corporation Of India” is an original and authenticated work done by me. I further declare that it has not...
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  • Impact Eu on Business - Tesco Plc
    European Union and became a reality in 1993. All Member States try to adopt all laws, regulatory and legal barriers to enable free trade and movements between countries. There is number of features, which have and will have significant implications for businesses. The key features are: a) Free movements...
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  • Enviroment
    not just what politicians do, but embraces all undertakings where the wills of two or more people are harnessed to a particular task (de Jouvenel 1957). This extensive definition avoids the trap of state-centrism, without going so far as to assert that states or the state system are obsolete. States...
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  • Role of Private Life Insurance Company in India
    Junior, Aviva Little Master) Single Premium (Life Bond and Life Bond Plus), Pension (Pension Plus), Term (Life Shield), Fixed Term Protection Plan (Freedom Life Plan)  and a Tax Efficient Investment Plan with limited premium payment term (Life Bonds). Aviva products are...
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  • Reform of the European Common Agricultural Policy
    established in the EU in the late 1960s. It is aimed to support farmers’ incomes while encouraging them to produce high quality food products to meet consumer demand. The CAP protects EU farmers and agricultural producers from global competition in three ways: import tariffs, export subsidies and direct...
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  • History of European Union - EU Law
    European Act and then lastly The Maastricht Treaty which created a new entity, known as The European Union, a new citizenship for all Member State citizens and laid the foundations for a new currency, The Euro. The Treaty of Rome (TEEC) – Building On Cooperation On March 25th 1957 the ‘Treaty...
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  • Eu Trade and Development Policies
    Conclusions………………………………………………………………………………23 13. Bibliography……………………………………………………………………………..24 2 1. The Common Commercial Policy The relationship between trade and development is a complex one. While trade is not a guaranteed route to economic growth for developing countries, evidence suggests that trade...
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  • money
    has become means and end for our happiness and well being. Money is same universally but it’s the individual’s attitude towards it that makes the difference. One develops an attitude towards money on the basis of one’s experiences and situations that one encounters over lifetime. The concept of money...
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  • Business and Consumer Protection in Islam
    BUSINESS AND CONSUMER PROTECTION IN ISLAM A.Islamic Business Modern business is a very complex reality. Many factors influence and determine the business activity. Among other organizational factors managerial, scientific technological and socio-cultural-political, the business complexity of social...
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  • Hijra
    transformations that have taken place in India. It maps these shifts and the reconfigured relationship between the Indian diaspora in the UK and its imagined `homeland': the relationship between territory, location, and identity. The paper considers how women's bodies are deeply implicated inöindeed...
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  • Contract Law in Great Britain and the Usa
    FORM Deeds, specialty contracts, contracts under seal (# simple contracts) Statute of Frauds 1677, s.4 Property Act 1925, s.1, s.40, s.136 ; 1989, s.1(3)(a), s.2(1) Consumer Credit Act 1974, s.67, s.68 Uniform Commercial Code 2-201 ( 2-202 Parol Evidence Rule) Jinright v. Russell (1971) Mulford...
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