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Student Number: 256032
Programme Title: Foundation Degree in Business Management – Year 2
Module Tutor: Rebecca Evans
Academic Year: 2013/14
Assignment Brief IV’s Initials: GC Date: 15/11/2013
Module Title: Business Law
Phillip Davies v Ideal Venue Ltd
Assignment Weighting (%):
25 November 2013
13 January 2014
If work does not reach the required standard a resubmission is required. The date for resubmission will be agreed between the unit tutor and the student and entered below:
3. Review the nature of business and consumer contracts and apply selected main provisions of contract law to given situations.
4. Assess the importance of key legislation and common law with particular reference to employment law and its application to a business environment.
5. Apply the main provisions of the law on negligence to a business scenario.
General criteria applicable to written assignments
The table below provides a general sense of how coursework is graded. The categories are not weighted equally but are considered in the context of the others. While every effort is taken to make grading as transparent as possible in order to give students the most opportunity to excel, a degree of