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There is a various range of discriminations when employees are recruited into a job together with discrimination at the workplace such as sex, marital status or race discriminations in general, which are to be found in the Sex Discrimination Acts 1975.

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  • Submitted: 22/12/2003
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University Degree Contract Law

The first 200 words of this essay...

M07084

Law for Business

Word count: 1992 words

Student Number: 01280297

Name: Kyu Min Lee

Table of content

1. Discrimination ....................................................................................3

1.1 Definition of a discrimination..................................................................3

1.2 Types of discrimination..........................................................................3

1.3 Remedy...........................................................................................3

2. Offer and Acceptance...........................................................................4

2.1 Definition of a contract..........................................................................4

2.2 Requirements of a contract......................................................................4

2.3 The procedure of making contract..............................................................4

2.4 Remedy............................................................................................5

3. Creditors position................................................................................6

3.1 Borrowing.........................................................................................6

3.2 Lifting the corporate veil........................................................................6

3.3 Distribution of assets in liquidation............................................................6

4. Bibliography.......................................................................................8

1. Discrimination

1.1 Definition

There is a various range of discriminations when employees are recruited into a job together with discrimination at the workplace such as sex, marital status or race discriminations in general, which are to be found in the Sex Discrimination Acts 1975 and 1986(SDA), the Race Relations Act 1976, the Employment Act 1989 and the Employment Rights Act 1996(ERA). In other words, it is unlawful where a person in relation to an employment is refused or deliberately omitted to offer the job (s.6 (1)(c)), also where there are the arrangements (s.6 (1)(a)) or terms (s.6 (1)(b)) made for the purpose of deciding

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