Smith And Robersons Business Law

  • July 19, 2017
  • David Marks
Smith And Robersons Business Law Task 1 (a) Upon successful completion of your induction and your first appraisal, he was confident that you can undertake your first set of tasks, independently.  Now, Mr Alpha Locksmith has asked you to prepare a factsheet for a new client where you need...
HI6028 Taxation Theory Practice And Law Case study 1: – Residence and Source Australian Taxation Law and provision imposes that any visitor lives in Australia at a same place for a period of more than six months or having some kind of existing ties within the Australian community or...
Explain The Essential Elements Of A Contract Introduction Concepts and aspects of law of contract and law of tort are discussed in the report. Report begins with stating the essentials of the contract. These essentials are indispensible for a valid contract. Then report goes on stating these essential by...

Criminal Justice

  • June 8, 2017
  • David Marks
STUDENT’S NAME: UNIT TITLE: COURSE TITLE: INSTRUCTOR’S NAME: DATE OF SUBMISSION: Abstract The United States of America has many Law Enforcement bodies. This project is purposed to analyze the qualifications for joining Federal Bureau Investigation- Cybercrime division in comparison with the Central Intelligence Agency. Since its formation, the FBI...

Evidence Based Practice

  • June 3, 2017
  • David Marks
Part 1 –Community Assessment Introduction The principal objective of any health care organization is to work for the wellbeing of the communities in which they are operating, through the improvement of health conditions. Health is referred to as a means of living an active and productive life with the...

Employee Engagement Assignment Help

  • October 3, 2016
  • David Marks
Employee Engagement Assignment Help CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION Appropriate title A critical analysis in the effect of employee engagement in reducing employee attrition in Nissan Malaysia Background of study Employee attrition is defined as the rate at which the employees in the organizations leave their organization or firm. It is...

Australian Contract Law

  • September 14, 2016
  • David Marks
Australian Contract Law Q 1: Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Professional Conduct in 2010 As accordance to the event occurred in Brazil, the company BHP Billiton Ltd cannot come out of the issue without taking the responsibility. The company is doing mining over that place and whatever happened...

Law Of Torts Negligence

  • September 13, 2016
  • David Marks
Law Of Torts Negligence Civil Liability Act 2003 (Qld) – Introduction Australia has experienced monumental change in the tort of negligence. Following public concern about the costs and availability of liability insurance and the collapse of HIH, one of Australia’s largest insurance companies, the State and Commonwealth governments appointed...

Law of Negligence

  • September 13, 2016
  • David Marks
Law of Negligence Issue 1: Did the Defendant owe the Plaintiff a duty of care? Law: Reasonable Foreseeability: A reasonable person in D’s position must foresee that there was a risk their conduct could harm someone in P’s position Control / Vulnerability: D in a position of control and...
Law Of Negligence And Negligent Misstatements Lecture 5  LAW OF TORTS Law of Negligence and Negligent Misstatements  Objectives define a tort and distinguish a tort from a breach of contract. explain the elements that must be proved to make out the tort of negligence. list the circumstances where courts...

RESEARCH WORK: LAW

  • September 13, 2016
  • David Marks
Introduction: The Corporations act refers a regulation for the directors and the officers maintain good faith during exercising their powers for the official interests of the corporation. The research work refers to the collection, analysis and critically evaluating a scenario or a case which is obtained from indirect data...

International Customs Law

  • September 12, 2016
  • David Marks
International Customs Law In each and every coming year, some provision on extradition of trade in drugs, pirated items and similar things are executed. Some of those conventions are formed new and others are modified from the existing conventions. The provisions on extradition of 1961 and that of 1971...

BUSINESS LAW

  • August 30, 2016
  • David Marks
BUSINESS LAW CASE 1: AUSTRALIAN COMPETITION & CONSUMER COMMISSION V LEAFY PETROLEUM PTY LTD [2007] FCA 794 Introduction The case is presented in concentration with the allegations made for fixing the prices of petrol in the market of Geelong area. It was found that a series of arrangements were...