ADM 3123 Quiz #1 Winter 2012
1. Ajudge deciding a case in a common law system is required to follow precedent. However, not all
precedents are binding. What features must a precedent possess for it to be binding? (4 marks)
In order for a p
Review questions - chapter 3
1. Importance of a risk Management plan
a. Why a business needs a risk management plan:
To minimize the adverse impact of the legal environment through loss
prevention as much as possible
To plan reaction to adverse eve
1. What is business law?
a. A set of establish rules governing commercial relationships, including the
enforcement of rights.
b. Protects business ideas and more tangible forms of property
c. Provides mechanisms that permit businesspeople to sel
1. How does the law define the occupier of a property?
a. An occupier is someone who has some degree of control over land or buildings on that
land; it is any person who has a legal right to occupy premises.
2. Who is an occupier?
a. An enterpr
1. What is a contract?
a. A contract is a deliberate and complete agreement between two or more competent persons, not
necessarily in writing, supported by mutual consideration, to do some act voluntarily.
b. An agreement between two parties tha
Chapter 8 questions
1. What is the importance of enforcing contracts?
a. A CONTRACT once formed is enforceable!
b. Otherwise, business-people would be unable to predict with any certainty which of their
agreements would be binding.
c. The law focuses on e
1. What does the term "tort" mean?
a. The word tort describes any harm or injury caused by one person to anotherother than
through breach of contractand for which the law provides a remedy. A tort is a wrong
to another person; in particular, it
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ADM3123- Chapter 1 Textbook notes
Knowledge of Law as a Business Asset
o Defines general rules of commerce
o Protects business ideas and more tangible forms of property
o Provides mechanisms that permit businesspeople to select their
Organization & Environment
Removing the Veil?: Commodity Fetishism, Fair Trade, and the Environment
Ian Hudson and Mark Hudson
Organization Environment 2003; 16; 413
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INVESTING: THE MATURING
OF FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
Can one get rich by being responsible? Yes, one can: To look beyond the
investment bottom line does not imply forgetting profits, says Brenda Plant. To
help shed light on this
Historical Materialism 15 (2007) 79104
Fair-Trade Coee and Commodity Fetishism:
The Limits of Market-Driven Social Justice
Trent University, Ontario
This paper explores the claims made by var
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Business and Human Rights: The Evolving International Agenda
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