Sample Paper on Law

Duty of care – respect life and upholds human dignity, be open and honest and provide the best care at all times. Company law – should ensure work health and safety to all employees. Contract law – the two enters entering into an agreement must sign a written contract that indicates the date, day and year of agreement. They must also specify means of arbitration. Anti – discrimination – the law requires that no one should discriminate an employee based on age, race, gender, religion and sexual orientation. privacy and confidentiality – employers must ensure privacy of their employees. On the other hand, employee must ensure that the operations of the firm remain secret and only known to the employer and employees. Environmental law – any organization must follow the set rules and regulations that aim at protecting the environment, adhere to the right standards for building their premises, must release the right amount of waste product into the environment.

Freedom of information – every person have the right to receive and convey information freely, organizations must observe the right to freedom of information for them and for their employees. They must also provide information that is true, free and fair

Unlawful dismissal rules and due process- protects employees from being relieved of their duties unjustly without any cause, the business owner must give proper explanation stating the reason why the individual’s services are no longer required within their organization.

  1. Risk management plan – state all the safety rules, take care of all safety needs of employees
  2. Occupational health safety, antidiscrimination, contract law and ethical principles
  3. Sole trader – business owned by an individual, partnership is a type of business owned by two or more people, companies – may be owned by individuals, families or friend. It can either be an LLC. A trust is a type of business aimed at helping other people acquire capital and other financial benefits.
  4. Legal structure, business type, legal liability, capital, and management requirements.
Structure Advantages Disadvantage
Sole proprietor easy to start, less expensive to register Can lose assets when in debts, cannot plan tax by splitting income.
Company  Does not lose assets when in debt, can employ many people More expensive to register

Do not enjoy profits alone

Partnership Easy to raise capital, easy to run More expensive to start,

Share profits among partners

trust Can employ staff, can plan tax using income Difficult to set up, hard to register
  1. Copyright – the exclusive right given to the creator, maker or originator of any product such as painting, book, or film. Design – is the structure of a product or material. Patent – the right awarded to the owner of an invention and it prevents other people from producing or reproducing the same product. Trademark is a logo, symbol word, or words used to represent a given company or product.
  2. Property insurance enables the organization to protect its property from damage. They do not incur any cost of repair upon in calamity. Liability insurance caters for the payment or refund of any problem that may occur due to the activities that directly relates to the happens of the firm. Workers compensation insurance – refers to any financial assistance given to any worker upon being fired or when involved in an accident while undertaking the duties of the organization. Such costs are covered by the insurance company and do not have any negative implications of the financial history of the rim. loss of gross profit insurance is a type of insurance that restore the amount of gross profit lost by a company due to general losses or due to inflation period. Disability insurance is the type of insurance that the firm will use to compensate employees who become disabled in their line of duty within the company.
  3. An organization may take the client to court and seek fair judgment on the employee. The employer may decide to possess properties of the borrower through auctioning and they may decide not to give debts at all
  4. Consumers must be presented with goods safe for consumption, services must be ethical, uphold human dignity, protect them from any harm and
  5. Level of education and levels of proficiency
  6. Products should be safe for consumption and working environment must observe all safety rules
  7. Musk and aprons
  8. How to ensure safety or workers and client and how to protect the environment
  9. Safety methods and procedures, what to do in case of a fire out break
  10. Should be done on a quarterly basis or when there is claims of poor sanitation and inadequate safety method for clients and employees
  11. The company is able to trace any unsafe product and services back to the supplier
  12. The records should be ready for health professionals during inspection procedures
  13. It is a document that shows all the dangerous materials available in an organization
  14. The reports will reveal to inspectors and government agencies the methods used by a firm to carry out safety procedures.
  15. So that workers may know the appropriate steps to take in the event of any risks such as fire out breaks, electric faults or how to management hazardous waste products.
  16. Inform the employee, serve him or her with dismissal letter then terminate
  17. All companies and working individuals must pay taxes. Every person and firm must fill tax returns on or before the mentioned date
  18. Good financial records knowledge
  19. Government and industrial sectors
  20. Registered and have a PIN certificate B. provide names of all partners, their tax returns information and that of the firm. C. provide tax information. D. must be registered and show tax return history and documents. E. show tax return and certificate of operation
  21. The legislator, the federal and the state government
  22. They must come to an agreement of the type of law o be used and the method of arbitration in case of any future misunderstandings between the two entities. They can decide to solve the matter in or out of the court
  23. A state refers to a nation like Australia while a territory refers to a geographical area that is managed by one or more states.
  24. State government makes laws that govern the entire country, the local people and some also affect the territories. Territorial government on the other hand cannot affect issues in the state unless invited to do so. The local government are in charge of minor issues that does not involve the state government. they report directly to the state government but not to teritories