Case Study - Business Purpose Criteria | Buyer & Seller

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Law of BusinessContentsIntroductory note:........................................................................................................................................1Task 1..........................................................................................................................................................21.1 Examining Ben on the legal rules of imposed terms in accordance to the sale of goods:.......................21.2 The statutory provisions on the transfer of property and procession for Ben:........................................21.3 Assessment of the statutory provisions on buyer and seller precautions in sale of goods contracts:......31.4 The product liability legal rules and statutory provisions for faulty goods:...........................................4Task 2..........................................................................................................................................................52.1 Distinguishing between two types of credit agreements, which Ben as a consumer can utilize:............52.2 Termination rights, legal rules and default notices for Ben:..................................................................52.3 Examining the general features of agency and distinguishing between the different types of agents:...62.4 Analyze the rights and duties of an agent for the assistance of Ben:......................................................7Task 3..........................................................................................................................................................83.1 Explanation and analysis about the monopolies and anti-competitive practice legislation in the UK:...83.2 The part of Competition Commission in consideration to the monopolies and anti-competitive practices concerning UK office of fair-trading:...........................................................................................93.3 Dominant positions within the EU common market:.............................................................................93.4 Exemptions will make to potentially anti-competitive practices concerning EU law:.........................10Task 4........................................................................................................................................................104.1Identify and examining the different forms of intellectual property rights:...........................................104.2 Policies relating to the protection of inventions through patent rights and legal rules preventing their infringement:.............................................................................................................................................104.3 Policies that connects to copyright protection and the legal rules preventing their infringement:........114.4 Contrast the protection of trademarks and business names with practical examples:...........................11Ending note:..............................................................................................................................................12Reference list:............................................................................................................................................13Page 1 of 18
Law of BusinessIntroductory note:The set of business policy can be considered to employ with certain rules and regulations. In thiscase study, the study evolves out with the process that for the purpose of business differentcriteria need to consider from the buyer as well as the seller (Villa-Real, 2014). Both are theimportant part of the business process and both put a strong influence on the business. Thecustomer has some authority when the individual is buying any product and on the other hand theseller can judge the entire process with consideration to the business protection and keeping inmind the need to meet customer demand. Furthermore, the business need to look up to theproprietors who wants to start a business by his name and registered with certain rules to servethe best value to the customers from the service offerings. Task 11.1 Examining Ben on the legal rules of imposed terms in accordance to thesale of goods:Ben had bought a car but that car did not go any faster, it becomes so slow after the firstweekend. The car engine gone slowdown and it did not go faster. One point of time the car cameto a standstill and it will not move until and unless, the engine gets cool down from heating. Benrushed to the service center and get to know that the car has two owners and also the speed of thecar has blocked at 18,500 miles and do not go far away from that. Now the problem occurs thatBen wants to return the car but they refused to take it back. They have a strong point thataccording to the clause 9 of the Terms and conditions that the authority is not responsible foranything happen to the car but the buyers can check each clause before buying it. In theagreement of the disposal of goods and supply of services, the fundamental allocation areimposed by the legislation process and the seller provides guarantee about the protection of thecar up to a certain point of time but after that time they are not responsible for that thing. The Actfor Consumers 2015 established on 1st Oct 2015 and many of the provisions contained in the Saleof Goods Act 1979. Private sales and business to business transactions. The disposal of Goodsand Services Act 1982 provides the vision that the consumer need to look up to the terms andconditions during the purchase of goods and then the consumer needs to purchase the same andPage 2 of 18
Law of Businessafter taking the goods the authority will not be responsible for anything (Spinelli and Goldblatt,2014). 1.2 The statutory provisions on the transfer of property and procession forBen:Ben wants to change the car but he is not permitted to as the terms and conditions of the carcompany will not accept that situation as they have already prescribed their policy to thecustomer. Ben can check up certain things about the product that includes-Section 13 law:This type of legislation applies on the product that is purchased on taken by the byer and thatgood needs to have a proper description. If the description is not provided clearly then duringany damage the buyer can charge and claim the damages (Hynesand Walt, 2013). In this caseBen can charge for the same as the description for the terms and conditions are not clear andconcise about the car. Section 14:The car that has sold to the customer need to be satisfactory quality and fit. In any case if it’s notfit then the customer can make claim for the loss of the product. Ben can take help of this law. Section 16:The car has two holders so the ownership of the car will shift from one person to another if it isdetermined. Section 17:The process is very much necessary that the goods need to be determined and particular but theauthority process will only shift if the customers have the intension or wish to passing. 1.3 Assessment of the statutory provisions on buyer and seller precautions insale of goods contracts:Ben is facing problem regarding the car he has owned and now the authority is not taking anyresponsibility regarding it. The Sale of Goods Act, that is founded on 1930 and was enacted inconsideration to the sale of goods both for the buyer and the seller remedies. The contact and thelegislation of the seller unto the buyer and the buyer unto the seller has implied in this processPage 3 of 18

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