• Nature and relative status of the various sources of law.
• Relationship between courts and tribunals.
• The separation of powers.
• Acceptance, rejection and revocation.
• Remoteness of damages and defences in negligence claims.
• Partnership organisation or liability of business partners.
• Corporate finance – capital maintenance and reduction, or dividend payments.
• Directors’ authority and duties, or meetings and resolutions.
• Employment law – redundancy, unfair dismissal or employment tribunals.
• Operation of judicial precedent.
• Implied legal intention in contract formation.
• Tort of negligence – breach of duty of care.
• Breach of contract and remedies.
• Directors’ duties.
• Insider dealing.
• Delegated legislation.
• Remedies for breach.
• Economic loss.
• Supreme Court.
• Promoters and pre-incorporation.
• Insider dealing.
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Thank you for your tips so much.
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tips from these providers are quite different from the tips from OpenTuition….
which one is better to rely on????….
I know it seems everybody is giving different tips on what will come up in the exams. What this tells me is that nobody really knows and we should ideally cover everything!
What topics/areas are examiner favourites i.e. generally come up most sessions?
i my point of view first question is about the two source of law ” judicial precedent and the statue or may be about the “human right act influence the UK law system
second question small terms like postal rule, external or internal document which helps the court in understanding the problem.
third question is about professional negligence.
fourth question combination of agency law and director duties in chapter 13
fifth question is about alternation of the articles
sixth debenture holder and charges
seventh company meeting and resolution
eight question is about offer and acceptance case study
ninth duties of the directors s 71, 76 ,75 74
tenth is about the insolvency and fraudulent behaviour
thanks very much for the tip
Infact am imprest with the tips given
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