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Commercial law assignment

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ASSESSMENT 2 – LAW1100 – COMMERCIAL LAW – T3, 2020

 

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Unit LAW1100 – Commercial Law

Due date: Week 5, 17 January 2021 before 5PM (Melbourne Time)

Group/individual: Individual

Word count / Time provided:

2,000 words

Weighting: 30%

Unit Learning Outcomes:

ULO-2, ULO-3, ULO-4, ULO-5, ULO-6

Submission Submit via Moodle

Assessment 2 – Description

 

Assessment two has five problem questions. You must answer all questions. You are

required to support your answers by giving examples, and by applying the relevant laws

and concepts.

 

Question 1

Ms Sarah works at an Infinity Bar near Melbourne CBD. It was her day off when Ms Sarah

went for a drink with her long time friend. Ms Sarah was intoxicated, and It was around 11PM

when she accepted an offer for the purchase of a used TV from her friend. Ms Sarah happily

accepted the offer and she paid cash to her friend. Next day she wakes up she realized she

has concluded a contract for the purchase of an old TV, and she is unhappy, and she now

wants to cancel the contract. Advise Ms Sarah if she can cancel the contract and on what

grounds. (6 Marks)

 

Question 2

Zion is a start-up company, and it is going to manage many contracts for the sale of many of

its skin care products that promise to deliver effective solutions for different skin problems.

Zion’s Sales Manager is eager to know more about contracts. By giving two examples, explain

the difference between a contractual term which is considered as a condition and a

 

 

 

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contractual term which is considered as a warranty. Is there any difference in the remedy

available to the parties if a condition rather than a warranty has been breached? (6 marks)

Question 3

Clever Pty Ltd is a well known factory that produces different underwear and Pyjamas. Mr

Mark purchased three underwear from Clever’s store located in the city and the underwear’s

are produced by Clever Pty Ltd. Mr Mark used the underwear’s and slowly Mr Mark was able

to realise that he has developed a skin condition that requires him to obtain a prolonged

medical treatment. Consequently, Mr Mark is unbale to continue his truck driving job anytime

soon. By applying the law of tort, advise if Mr Mark can claim against the company any

damage. You are required to apply tort law in detail here. (6 marks)

 

Question 4

 

Peter, an insane person, concluded a contract with Thomas for the purchase of a unique chair

and a table for $400. The price paid for both of the items was fair and reasonable. At the time

the agreement was made, Peter seemed to be a normal person. Subsequently, Peter refused

to take delivery of either the table or the chair, or to pay for them. Thomas wishes to know

whether he can recover damages for breach of contract from Peter. (6 marks)

 

Question 5

 

Elsa who just turned 18 years old last month is preparing to conclude a contract for the

purchase of a bicycle from her aunty. Elsa wants to know what kind of things might constitute

good consideration so that the contract becomes binding. Advise Elsa. (6 marks)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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MARKING RUBRIC

Performance Indicators High Distinction Distinction Credit Pass Fail

 

80-100% 70-79% 60-69% 50-59% 0-49%

Knowledge of the relevant

law and Research (15

marks)

Clear and accurate

demonstration of key

relevant law. Located,

evaluated and synthesized

an extensive range of

highly relevant

information, law, and

cases that substantially

supported the analysis.

Clear and almost accurate demonstration of the key relevant law. Located, evaluated and synthesised a range of relevant information, law and cases that supported the analysis.

Some demonstration of knowledge of relevant law. Located, evaluated and incorporated a range

of relevant information,

law and cases that

supported the analysis.

Limited demonstration of

relevant law. Located and

used partly relevant

information, law and cases

that provided some support

for the analysis

.

Little demonstrated

knowledge of relevant law.

Used information, law and

cases from sources that was

not relevant to the analysis.

Discussion and Analysis (10 marks)

Present a comprehensive

and sophisticated

discussion of relevant

issues and application of

the law to the issues.

Presented a comprehensive

discussion of relevant issues

and application of the law to

the issues.

Presented a good

understanding of relevant

issues and application of

the law to the issues.

Presented a general

understanding of relevant

issues and application of the

law to the issues.

Failed to illustrate an

understanding of relevant

issues and application of the

law to the issues

Clarity of Expression and

proper citation of references

(5 marks)

 

Writing shows excellent

clarity and cohesion.

Points have been skilfully

paraphrased. There are no

or very few errors in

spelling, grammar and

punctuation.

Writing shows good clarity

and cohesion. Points have

been paraphrased well.

There are few errors in

spelling, grammar and

punctuation.

Writing is clear and

coherent. Most points have

been paraphrased well.

There are some errors in

spelling, grammar and

punctuation.

Writing is generally clear

with some lapses in

coherence. Some points have

been paraphrased well.

There are some errors in

spelling, grammar and

punctuation.

Writing lacks clarity and

coherence. Points have not

been paraphrased well.

There are many errors in

spelling, grammar and

punctuation.

Total Mark: /30

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