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Directors Duties: Padbury Mining Limited

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Question: Discuss about the Directors Duties for Padbury Mining Limited.   Answer: Introduction  When an individual is assigned as an officer or a director of the company, then they are forced with many obligations by the common law and also the required provisions which they need to detect while fulfilling the responsibilities. Such obligations are often known as the directors’ duty. One of the duties which the direc...

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Humanities

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1. Flower Angels operates a flower farm in the Southern Highland specialising in rare breeds of David Austin roses. On Monday the company received, by post, an order from a regular customer, a florist shop in the Sydney CBD, requesting that a specified quantity of David Austin roses be delivered that Friday, for a wedding they were doing on Sunday. On the same day that the Flower Angels received the order, it posted back its confirmation that it ...

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Business And Corporation Law : Enforceable Law

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Question: Describe about the Business and Corporation Law for Enforceable Law.   Answer: Introduction In 1995, As per Tillotson, the contract whether it is written or verbal, it is an understanding which hosts been made between the gatherings which must be enforceable by the law. The contract has its three parts: consideration, offer, and acceptance, out of which the word consideration is the key part of the contract as said in the Bl...

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Business Law : Gratuitous Consideration

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Question: Describe about the Business Law for Gratuitous Consideration.   Answer: 1(a): Jane had gone abroad and he gave his care to Jack as a gift. Jack immediately agreed to the offer made to him. Jane was the offeror and Jack was the offeree. The car that was offered by Jane to Jack was of 25000 dollars. The problem that shall be discussed in answer 1 (a) relates to an enforceable contract between them. To bring into life a contra...

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Management

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You must use the ILAC format when writing your answers. **In this subject, assignments are marked on-line, using an adapted MS Word programme. You therefore MUST submit your assignment in Word format, NOT as a PDF document. If you submit in PDF it will not be able to be marked.** ***If you anticipate the need to apply for an extension, please read the rules on extensions in this Subject Outline before doing so.*** ASSIGNMENT 1 (10 marks) Bob Brok...

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Information Technology

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1. Research on an Australian case (not more than 10 years old since the decision by the Court) involving breach of company director’s/officer’s duties under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).  2. Group report: Write a report outlining the following:  a. Case introduction.  b. The duties/responsibilities breached (ex. CA sections 181 or 588G) and explain why the duties were breached.  c. Discuss and critically ANALYSE...

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Business Management

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QUESTION 1:Kim, Anastasia and Antonio started a dot-com company 2 years ago. In the second year the company nearly doubled its profit from the previous year. They were elated and to celebrate this occasion, on Friday night they went to a special restaurant up in the hills, The Cliffs. After a great night of eating and drinking, they decided to continue the party at Steep Point, a scenic hilltop spot with spectacular views of the city. They purcha...

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Securities & Investments Commission V Healey

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Question: Discuss about the Australian Securities and Investments Commission v Healey [2011] FCA 717.     Answer: Introduction The leading case of Australian Securities and Investments Commission v Healey[1] is a case against the directors of Centro and the said case highlights as how a director can be imposed with strict duty while giving his consent to the financial statements of the company[2]. The duty is on how the stateme...

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Management

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Question 1 (10 marks)Qantas Airlines Ltd signs a contract with Airbus Corporation Ltd for Airbus to build a new aeroplane. On average, Qantas would make $ 800 000 profit per day from using such an aircraft.The contract has 545 terms. Term 56 says that the plane must be able to travel 10 000 km at 800 km per hour. Term 455 says that the aircraft must have an in-flight video system capable of showing 36 channels of entertainment to passengers.After...

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Humanities

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You need to find the similar type of case in the book or from Internet. The case must be similar, the situation must be same as in the case study. Book: Business and Corporation Law 2nd Edition by Jeffrey F Fitzpatrick and Christopher F Symes You need to find similar case and on the behalf of the court decision you will give advice. You need to provide the references for the similar cases, book or internet. Each case study will be solved in 4 ste...

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Management

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Assignment Topic : Fodare Pty Ltd v Shearn [2011] NSWSC 479 This is a case study. Subject: Business and corporation law Course: MPA Instructions: Please read and re-read carefully to avoid mistakes. Note : assignment should be not less than 1800 words. 1. Research on an Australian case (ideally not more than 10 years old since the decision by the Court) involving breach of company director’s/officer’s duties under the Corporations Act...

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Case Study:Fodare Pyt Ltd. V Shearn

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Question: Research on an Australian case (ideally not more than 10 years old since the decision by the Court) involving breach of company director’s/officer’s duties under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).     Answer Case introduction The case mentioned above has proved to be an eye-opener as per the decision of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. The case states that a Shearn was the sole trader or director of the ...

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Management

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TaskYou must answer the two problem-type questions below, using the ILAC (Issues, Law, Application, Conclusion) format, a worked example of which is in the Resources folder. Please note that the word limit of 2 000 words is a total for both questions (ie, it is not 2 000 words for each question). I would however expect that students should be able to answer both questions in far less than 2 000 words. Your bibliography is not included in the...

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Management

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QUESTION 1 – 10 MARKS  Richard, an impoverished university student, and his millionaire father enter into an arrangement where Richard agrees that he will keep the front- and backyards of the family property mowed, and he will ‘do a bit’ to keep the gardens looking tidy. In return, his father agrees to pay him a weekly allowance of $200. His father had previously used a garden contractor to do the job and paid him $350. The...

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Science

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QUESTION 1 – 10 MARKS  Richard, an impoverished university student, and his millionaire father enter into an arrangement where Richard agrees that he will keep the front- and backyards of the family property mowed, and he will ‘do a bit’ to keep the gardens looking tidy. In return, his father agrees to pay him a weekly allowance of $200. His father had previously used a garden contractor to do the job and paid him $350. The...

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