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BTC1110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Misrepresentation, Contributory Negligence

Professional Negligence The first question is if there was a special relationship between A and B? The test of reasonable foreseeability under the neighbour test from Donoghue v Stevenson is nt sufficient in this issue ...

Business - BTC
BTC1110
Roger Gamble
BTC1110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Bmw M54, Consumer Protection

Consumer protection The first issue is whether A is a consumer. S3(1) defines a person who acquires goods that cost less than $40,000, or if more, the goods are of a kid ordinarily acquired for personal, domestic or ho...

Business - BTC
BTC1110
Roger Gamble
BTC1110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Fiduciary, Profit Sharing, Common Ownership

Partnership The first question if whether the partnership exists? Under s5 the relation which subsist between persons carrying on a business in common with a view point of profit 1) It is considered carrying on a ...

Business - BTC
BTC1110
Roger Gamble
BTC1110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Legal Personality, Apparent Authority, Trading While Insolvent

Company law Since the company was registered as a company, it exists as a separate legal entity capable of entering into contracts and it can be sued or sues on those contracts. This concept of separate legal entity was ...

Business - BTC
BTC1110
Roger Gamble
BTC1110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Kettle Foods, Seating Capacity, Demagogue

Consumer Protection Was As conducts misleading or deceptive? Under s18, it states that a person shall not in trade or commerce engage in conduct that is misleading or deceptive or is likely to be so Trade or commerce ...

Business - BTC
BTC1110
Roger Gamble
BTC1110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cricket Ball, Contributory Negligence

Negligence The first step is if A owes a duty of care to B? 1) The first step is to apply Lord Atkins reasonable foreseeability of harm test, where P must have avoided acts or omissions which you ca reasonab...

Business - BTC
BTC1110
Roger Gamble

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