Business Law Essay Question

Business Law Essay Question
Order Description
Have as many references as you like i don’t mind.

Research Paper Question:
How does the parliament in Australia regulate the conduct of society, particularly with reference to business transactions and interactions? Discuss the extent to which the morals and values of a society influence and underpin the content of these legal rules.

Short Essay Plan:

My essay will be discussing and evaluating the statement above. To support my points, I will first identify judicial power and why it has to be enforced and how Parliament regulates society through statute, passing though the houses, and given practical regulatory power through court enforceability. Next paragraph I will explore Business transactions and interactions would be regulated through the Corporations Act and how that regulates company ethics and behaviour, as well as statutory Bodies like ASIC and other large corporate overseers. In the final part I will state how societies influence can affect law making and how society morals and values transform over time and influences change. I will then conclude with a summary of my arguments. I have had a number of challenges so far when attempting to write the essay. The credibility of some websites have been put into question by myself and I do not know if I want to use them my own discussion of the topic. I want to complete this essay before the 18th of April so I have time to review the document, edit any errors and make sure my referencing is correct and formatted to the Harvard style required.
Introduction:

Body 1: Judicial power and why it has to be enforced – Parliament regulates society through statute, passing though the houses, and given practical regulatory power through court enforceability… business need to have a guideline so they do not cheat people.

Body 2: Business transactions and interactions would be regulated through the corporations act (smaller business are also influenced by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission – reviews business and can punish business that are dodgy) – In terms of business, it’s mainly the corporations act 2001 that regulates company ethics and behaviour, as well as statutory Bodies like ASIC and corporate watchdogs

Body 3: Societies influence on law making – how society morals and values change (what they want and need) and influences change. – Society can essentially vote with their feet, the morals of the majority can influence law makers in regulating conduct because democracy means that if they don’t accurately reflect societal values they will be voted out and lose law making power (talk about twitter, facebook etc… and how parliamentarians can gauge what society feels without having to go to polls. Also media has changed the way views and values have been expressed compared to the past, as these days’ things change a lot quicker in the fact that its a lot easier to express to all these social media outlets.
Conclusion:

Harvard Referencing:

The Essay has to be 1300 words. I have already done the plan which was to be 200. i have also done an outline of what i want for the body paragraphs to make it easier.

I need an Intro, body para 1, body para 2, body para 3 and then a conclusion.

This needs to be done with Australian spelling in 11.5 font calibri.

Please get this done urgently.

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Business Law Essay Question

Business Law Essay Question
Order Description
Have as many references as you like i don’t mind.

Research Paper Question:
How does the parliament in Australia regulate the conduct of society, particularly with reference to business transactions and interactions? Discuss the extent to which the morals and values of a society influence and underpin the content of these legal rules.

Short Essay Plan:

My essay will be discussing and evaluating the statement above. To support my points, I will first identify judicial power and why it has to be enforced and how Parliament regulates society through statute, passing though the houses, and given practical regulatory power through court enforceability. Next paragraph I will explore Business transactions and interactions would be regulated through the Corporations Act and how that regulates company ethics and behaviour, as well as statutory Bodies like ASIC and other large corporate overseers. In the final part I will state how societies influence can affect law making and how society morals and values transform over time and influences change. I will then conclude with a summary of my arguments. I have had a number of challenges so far when attempting to write the essay. The credibility of some websites have been put into question by myself and I do not know if I want to use them my own discussion of the topic. I want to complete this essay before the 18th of April so I have time to review the document, edit any errors and make sure my referencing is correct and formatted to the Harvard style required.
Introduction:

Body 1: Judicial power and why it has to be enforced – Parliament regulates society through statute, passing though the houses, and given practical regulatory power through court enforceability… business need to have a guideline so they do not cheat people.

Body 2: Business transactions and interactions would be regulated through the corporations act (smaller business are also influenced by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission – reviews business and can punish business that are dodgy) – In terms of business, it’s mainly the corporations act 2001 that regulates company ethics and behaviour, as well as statutory Bodies like ASIC and corporate watchdogs

Body 3: Societies influence on law making – how society morals and values change (what they want and need) and influences change. – Society can essentially vote with their feet, the morals of the majority can influence law makers in regulating conduct because democracy means that if they don’t accurately reflect societal values they will be voted out and lose law making power (talk about twitter, facebook etc… and how parliamentarians can gauge what society feels without having to go to polls. Also media has changed the way views and values have been expressed compared to the past, as these days’ things change a lot quicker in the fact that its a lot easier to express to all these social media outlets.
Conclusion:

Harvard Referencing:

The Essay has to be 1300 words. I have already done the plan which was to be 200. i have also done an outline of what i want for the body paragraphs to make it easier.

I need an Intro, body para 1, body para 2, body para 3 and then a conclusion.

This needs to be done with Australian spelling in 11.5 font calibri.

Please get this done urgently.