Facts[ edit ] Without reading it, Mr D'Jan signed a change to an insurance policy which was erroneously filled out by his insurance broker, a Mr Tarik Shenyuz. He did not read it before he signed, and it contained a mistake, which was that the answer 'no' was given to the question of whether in the past he had 'been director of any company which went into liquidation'. The company had gone into insolvent liquidation by the time Mr D'Jan realised that the form had been incorrectly completed. They alleged both negligence and misfeasance under s of the Insolvency Act
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Instructions on Assessment: Analysing Organisations The module assessment consists of a word essay which analyses a case organisation using one, or a maximum of two of the topics covered in the module, chosen by the student. Choose an organization with which you are familiar to answer the following question: How can organization theory be used to analyse selected practices of your chosen organization?
Assessment Criteria Approaches to understanding and researching the nature of organizations are considered. Choices amongst these approaches are made. A research paradigm is therefore chosen, explained and consistently applied throughout the piece of work.
One or a maximum of two module topics are chosen for the student to apply to an organizational setting. If two topics are chosen the assignment should explain how these topics are synthesized. The methods of data collection which would be appropriate to the chosen paradigm are explained and justified.
The assignment should be clearly expressed, legible with accurate spelling and grammar, its structure References: in the APA format.
Excellent presentation, spelling and grammar. APA referencing used throughout the main text. Note: For those assessments or partial assessments based on calculation, multiple choice etc. Marks will be gained on an accumulative basis.
In these cases, marks allocated to each section will be made clear. Students must retain an electronic copy of this assignment and it must be made available within 24 hours of them requesting it be submitted.
Instructions on Assessment: This assignment is an individual piece of work. Students are required to produce a management report focusing on Primark — a strategic business unit of Associated British Foods Plc.
An assignment should demonstrate that you possess a high level of understanding about the operations of the company in the United Kingdom, which is the geographical focus of the analysis.
You are expected to conduct your own research. The report should not exceed 4, words excluding references and appendices and should have the following structure with each section numbered exactly as shown below.
Make sure you use exactly this structure for your report as otherwise penalties will apply. Do not add pictures - keep the page clear and simple.1 HKEx LISTING DECISION HKEx-LD (July ) Parties Company A – a Main Board issuer The Target – Company A’s acquisition target Issue Whether Company A would become a cash company as a result of its proposed placing of convertible notes.
Home Essays LD Assessment Brief LD Assessment Brief London 1 Topics: Critical thinking, Strategic management, Thought Pages: 4 ( words) Published: August 3, The Mayor published a draft London Housing Strategy in September The strategy had a three-month consultation period and an equality impact assessment was also undertaken in parallel.
The Housing Zone programme is included within that impact assessment. Under section of the Equality Act , as public authorities, the Mayor.
E.g., we note the requirement for conducting EIAs under the London Convention and The assessment should be followed by the monitoring of the effects of any permitted. Re D’Jan of London Ltd  1 BCLC is a leading English company law case, concerning a director's duty of care and skill, whose main precedent is now codified under s of the Companies Act The case was decided under the older Companies Act Court: High Court of Justice, Chancery .
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