It is assignment 2 for Introduction to Business Law.
it just required answer the question with relevant cases. BUt please can you use Law in Commerce book 4th or 5th edition Brendan Sweeney, Jennifer O’Reilly, Andrew Coleman. for relevant cases.
the word limit 1500 words as total written and reference.
In reference the book, use Australian Guid to Legal Citation (AGLC).
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