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may allot the whole of the shares or debentures to an intermediary known as issuing house without offering the shares or debentues to the public.

#SHARE CAPITAL; A company limited by shares can issue shares. The share capital of the company can be classified under several heads. they are 1.Nominal capital or authorised capital or registered capital.2.Issued capital.3.subscribed capital.4.called up capital.5.paid up capital.6.uncalled capital.7.reserved capitalsec43 of the share

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Procesal

How to solve conflicts. How people act when they have a conflict, by themselves or institutions or the courts (jurisdiction).

Jurisdiction (who)

Action (what)

Procedure (how)

LESSON 1: JURISDICTION AND THE JURISDICTIONAL FUNCTION

Legal conflicts resolution and the abolition of private justice.

Different kind of conflicts (personal, social, ethical, legal, etc.).

-Legal conflict: when sb breaks a legal rule, infringes others´s rights or breaches their legal duty.

-Two types of conflicts: a) between

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International U2

Foreign Portfolio investment: investment in businesses located outside Canada through stocks, bonds & financial instruments. It allows Canadians to spread out their investments which is less risky than investing in just one area. It also provides greater choice and Opportunity.

Importing: To bring prods/services into a country, for use by another business or for resale. The majority comes from the US

Global sourcing: The process of a company buying equipment, capital goods, raw materials, or services

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Torts

Introduction

Assignment 1: Introduction Inventing Tort Law

  1. Introduction to Torts
    1. Tort law is the law about certain types of wrong people do each other
    2. Covers every other kind of civil wrongdoing not otherwise granted by government statutes regulations
    3. Tort law is a system for allocating the risks of non-criminal harm that arise in everyday life
    4. Remains Common Law
    5. Restatements of Torts published, The Restatements are NOT the law
    6. Example of No smoking within 25 feet
    7. Development of “case method” by HLS
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Information processing Companies collect data continuously, from suppliers, clients, partners, etc., but this information is not very valuable unless is properly classified and updated.Information processing is a set of operations performed with the information obtained from different sources and include the following stages:Information search ˃    classification    ˃   Selection     ˃ interpretation & presentation                                                         

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PRESENT SIMPLE (Jo estudio)

Affirmative

Interrogative

Negative

I / you study

Do I / you study?

I / you don’t study

He / she / it studies

Does he / she / it study?

He / she / it doesn’t study

We / you / they study

Do we / you / they study?

We / you / they don’t study

·Use: Habits and repeated actions / True statements.

·Adverbs: never, rarely, not often, seldom, occasionally, sometimes, often, usually, always.

·Position: Before verb / After “to be”.

PRESENT CONTINUOUS (Estic estudiant)

Affirmative

Interrogative

Negative

I

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