Business Law Assignment - Country Pine

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3Task 1...............................................................................................................................................3P1 Different sources of law.........................................................................................................3P2 Role of government in law making........................................................................................4TASK 2............................................................................................................................................5P3 Effect of employment and contract law on business.............................................................5Task 3...............................................................................................................................................6P4 Solutions for the business Problem........................................................................................6P5 Justification for legal solutions..............................................................................................6P6 Recommend legal solutions based on country.......................................................................7CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................8REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9REFERENCES.............................................................................................................................102
INTRODUCTIONIt is essential to keep in check of the business laws in order to start a new organisation orexpanding the one which is already existing. Also it is necessary to follow the statute andregulations made by states, so that a business is not threatened by the incompetency in the sectorof its incorporation(Bagley, 2010). The analysis is about the problems and legal liabilities thatCountry Pine is facing in the expansion of their business. Country Pine needs advice from theBusiness future, who is a leading firm for the consultancy. The report covers sources of law thatis to be needed in starting up an organisation, also it deals with the statues such as Employmentrelated and Contract Laws. The brief is about providing legal solutions to the client and variousmethods of Alternative Dispute Resolutions.Task 1P1 Different sources of lawLaws are essential for regulating a proper function of the society. IN United Kingdomthere is hierarchy of Monarch, nothing is above the Queen. But if we consider the sources of law,there exists there different ways from which a law is formed, European Law, Parliamentary Lawsand the Courts. Courts are certainly a secondary source of law, the precedents and judgementsare used to to construct a law. European laws are in existence since 1973, which was originatedby some elements, includes, treaties, directives and decisions. The parliament and the EuropeanUnion are the primary source of law(Bodie, Kane and Marcus, 2014). EU laws are an essentialpart of UK under the European Communities Act1972, it is comprise of Council of Ministers,European Commission, European Parliament and Court of Justice.In order to start an organisation it is necessary to comply with the sources of laws relatedbusiness. In UK most of the business laws are regulated by Companies Act and Common Law.According to the general provisions of any business law there exists two types of areas where abusiness can be established, these are, private and public sector. Apart from the sectors ofbusiness, in order to establish an organisation, it is essential to consider in which type ofpartnership the members wants indulge. In the respect of partnership there are three types inwhich a company can be formed. Limited, limited liability and unlimited liability partnerships(Crane and Matten, 2016).3
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