There are three parts to this assessment, and all are equally weighted constituting 100% of the overall unit grade.
You must answer all three parts of this assessment.
With reference to common law, assess the concept of acceptance in the law of contract.
From 2008 until 2016, David owned a car garage and carried on a car repair business as a sole trader. In 2017, he decided to expand into car sales. With this in mind, David incorporated the business as CarDeal Ltd., assigning the whole of his former business assets to the newly incorporated company. Payment was done by the allotment to David and his wife, as shareholders, of £7,500 fully paid shares in CarDeal Ltd. As he had done previously, David continued to insure the business assets in his own name. In 2019, the work premises of CarDeal Ltd were burgled and around £100,000 worth of car parts were stolen. Can David make a valid insurance claim?
Mila, a director of a very successful company, bought two top of the range espresso machines for her workplace. The idea was to place them in the common area where all the employees could use them in order to make themselves coffee during breaks. However, after using the machines for only five days, one of the machines failed to boil water. Advise Mila in light of the Consumer Rights Act 2015.
Note on academic integrity: in all assessments, you are expected to adhere strictly to the principles of academic integrity. All written assignments are submitted electronically and checked for originality through Turnitin. In addition, should any doubt arise as to whether the written work submitted for assessment is your own work, you will be called by the Unit Co-ordinator for the purpose of a viva voce examination on the assessment.
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