3 edition of Study Guide to accompany Legal Environment of Business in the Information Age found in the catalog.
August 4, 2003
Written in English
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Legal Environment of Business Exam 2 Contracts (agreement) o Contract law- Voluntary agreement whereby 1 party agrees to do something/refrains from doing something for consideration from other party (offeree or promise) o 5 elements of a Contract – if 1 is missing there is no contract 1) Agreement- most essential part Offer- promisor or offeror Can discriminate on past experiences but. This is the table of contents for the book The Legal Environment and Foundations of Business Law (v. ). For more details on it (including licensing), click here. This book is licensed under a Creative Commons by-nc-sa license.
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Laws passed by state. Adds details to the government framework by establishing a regulatory agency to provide a public service.
The process by which a sovereign makes, applies, and changes rules which establish government, maintain societal order, and define, allocate, and enforce rights and obligations among members of a society.
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Terms in this set (25) Are all the people potentially affected by the decision. That list might include subordinates, bosses, shareholders, suppliers, customers, members of the community in which the business operates, society as a whole, or future generations. is the study of how people ought to act.
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____ 1. A set of laws made by the courts based on the customs and traditions of the people is called a. common law. moral law. administrative law. the Roman Code. ____ 2. In a criminal proceeding, the government is referred to as the ____ 3.
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