BSP1004 Tutorial1 - Tutorial 1 1. Typically would the...

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Tutorial 1 1. Typically would the following sets of facts amount to a criminal matter or a civil matter or both? In so far as a particular set of facts amounts to a civil matter, how best can the dispute be resolved? In so far as a particular set of facts amounts to a criminal matter, you should explain why you think this is so. (Note: while doing this exercise, you do not have to determine the merits of a case ie: which party will be liable or whether the accused would be found guilty – as we have not done any substantive law yet). This exercise is important as a business should have a general understanding of what amounts to a civil matter and what amounts to a criminal matter and the methods of dispute resolution. a. T Ltd gets S Pte Ltd to renovate its office for $200, 000. There is some dispute over payment and the renovations. Meanwhile, S Pte Ltd is also renovating the premises of T Ltd’s subsidiary under another contract. The contract is silent on dispute resolution.
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This note was uploaded on 11/01/2011 for the course BIZAD BSP 1004 taught by Professor Ravichandran during the Spring '11 term at National University of Singapore.

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BSP1004 Tutorial1 - Tutorial 1 1. Typically would the...

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