This question has been answered
Question

Hi my name is Raven , Im having trouble on answering the next part

of my assignment in business law. I would like to know do I start by defining on consideration or do i explain when a contract is void then explain the elements that plays in it?

2 Attachments
INTI INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE KL DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS PROGRAMME (DIB) LAW2104: FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS LAW(AUGUST 2016) INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT(30%) Any agreement with consideration is considered lawful. However, there are certain exceptions to this rule. With reference to the Malaysian Contracts Act 1950 and case laws, discuss the illegality of contracts under Section 24 of the Contracts Act 1950 and the consequences of such illegality. (50marks) Instructions: . 1. The work needs to be submitted through turnitin by the 7/11/2016. A hardcopy of the assignment along with the turnitin report must also be handed in. Remember, turnitin cannot exceed 24%. 2. Assignment MUST HAVE THE MARKING SCHEME ATTACHED. 3. Please note : Preliminary pages (such as the cover page & a table of contents) : Reference page (last back page) : Word count - Approximately around 1500-1800 words. 4. The assignment should be written with 1.5 paragraph spacing, Times New Roman font style and font size 12. 5. There should be a page number at the bottom of each page to ensure that no pages are missing. 6. Research must be done and all the references must be appropriately acknowledged in the text (with the author’s name and page number of the reference cited) and on a separate reference page (with a complete citation of each reference). The only referencing acceptable is HARVARD REFERENCING. 7. You are expected to use reputable references . Using unverified references such as blogs or Wikipedia will result in a deduction of marks. 8. The assignment must be written using Malaysian law . 9. The marks are based on the following issues including : (i) how thorough is the discussion, (ii) the points or arguments made in terms of it’s - (a)relevance (b)logic, (c)organisation (d)clarity (e) number, (iii) evidence of extensive research, (iv) how well supported is the conclusion, (v) personal analysis as indicated by - (a) whether the material obtained through research is extensively reproduced in it’s original form or paraphrased, and (b) relevant personal opinions or comments, and (vi) how well is the question answered in an overall & wholesome approach Student Name:
Background image of page 1
Student ID Number : Marking Guide : Area Marks awarded for Marks Comments Structure (10) Relevant structure that includes a table of contents, a body, an executive summary and an overall plagiarism rate that is below 24%. Body (30) Any body of discussion supported by relevant cases and statutes as well as following a coherent structure. Discussion should be relevant to the question at hand. Reference s (10) The discussion should be supported by relevant references to cases and textbooks or reputable websites. Total mark (Over 50)
Background image of page 2
Any agreement with consideration is considered lawful. However, there are certain exceptions to this rule. With reference to the Malaysian Contracts Act 1950 and case laws , discuss the illegality of contracts under Section 24 of the Contracts Act 1950 and the consequences of such illegality. How did this rule came about? There are a total of five exceptions to this rule which are: It is forbidden by law; It is of such a nature that, if permitted, it would defeat any law It is fraudulent; It involves or implies injury to the person or property of another; or The court regards it as immoral, or opposed to public policy.
Background image of page 1
Answered by Expert Tutors
The student who asked this found it Helpful
Overall rating 100%
Subject: Business
INTI INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE KL DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS PROGRAMME (DIB) LAW2104: However, there are certain exceptions to this rule. With reference to the...
Get unstuck

303,122 students got unstuck by Course
Hero in the last week

step by step solutions

Our Expert Tutors provide step by step solutions to help you excel in your courses