This coursework requires a legal problem style answer to show knowledge and
understanding of the requirements of the general law of contract, and related legislation, and how to apply this to a typical construction setting, as well as consider
the legal and practical consequences for the construction team when undertaking work without a contract, and how to address any issues.
The coursework will be marked against the following criteria:
? Knowledge and understanding of subject
? Quality of reasoning and analysis.
? Quality of discussion and drawing of conclusions
? Issues, evidence and arguments evaluated
? Clarity and quality of written expression
? Good use of authority and Harvard referencing
? Appropriate style of presentation and length
You are employed by Tuff Pty. Ltd. a construction company. Your company’s Commercial Manager, Vesta, receives the following letter:
It is the intention of Janus Pty. Ltd. to award a contract to your company, Tuff Pty. Ltd. to build a factory including production, stores, offices and canteen
facilities to be built in four continuous phases- all to be subject to obtaining agreement on the land and leases with the Development Corporation, full building and
bye-law consent and the site investigation…. the whole to be subject to agreement on an acceptable contract. We authorise you to start work immediately, in order to
meet our completion date of the first phase by 1 July 2012.
Advise Vesta whether or not the company may have any legal problems if it starts work immediately based on this letter, and how they may be addressed.
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