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BA208 Business Law, Civil Service & Taxation by Mind Map: BA208 Business Law,
Civil Service & Taxation
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BA208 Business Law, Civil Service & Taxation

Grading Scheme

Class participation 30%

Contextual, Willingness to participate and attentive to discussion

Innovative, There is willingness to test new ideas and comments are not confrontational.

Insightful, Comments are appropriate and indicates insightful analysis of case data

Relevant, Comments are relevant to current discussion and linked to comments of others

Supported, Comments clarify important aspects of earlier ideas and lead to clearer statement of relevant concepts and issues

Research Assignment 40%

Research topic assigned to the course participant.The participant is expected to submit the written report and the powerpoint presentation in the prescribed formats.Rating criteria are: Quality Analysis, Exhibits, Recommendations, and Overall presentation.

Quality analysis, Major issues are addressed, Relevant tools are used properly, Assumptions for analysis are stated clearly, Causes of the problems are identified in the analysis

Exhibits, Analyses in the exhibits are done correctly, Exhibits support and clarify key points, 3 to 7 exhibits

Recommendations, Criteria for selecting alternative recommendations are given, Criteria are appropriate, Plan of action is logical linked to the analysis, Plan of action is specific, complete and practical, Recommendations are likely to achieve intended results

Presentations, Report is not long, 2000 words max, Presentation is professionally done, Report is consistent and effectively sells its recommendations

Course works 30%

Final Examination (optional), Coverage (all focus questions not covered in the discussions), Last meeting, Bring exam admission slip, Use 50 leaves bound notebook

Course Synthesis

Case Studies

Course coverage

Corporation Law

Corporation Code of the Philippines

Partnerships

Articles 1767 to 1867 of the Civil Code of the Philippines

Negotiable Instruments

Act 2031

Contracts

Obligations & Contracts, Concepts, Definition, Requisites, juridical tie, passive subject or the creditor or obligee, active subject or the debtor or the obligor, fact, prestation or service which constitutes the object of the obligation, Sources, law, contracts, quasi-contracts, delicts, quasi-delicts, Rights & Obligations, Obligation to give, Rights of Creditor, Obligations of Debtor, Determinate thing, Demand for specific performance, Indeterminate thing, ask for performance of the obligation at the expense of the obligor, breach of contract, to recover damages, Breach of Obligations, Voluntary, default or mora, Kinds, mora accipiendi, compensation mora, mora solvendi, Demand, necessary to toll delay, Not necessary, when the obligation or law expressly declares so, when from the nature or circumstance of the obligation the delivery of the thing is the controlling motive of the contract, when demand would be useless as when the obligor has rendered it beyond his power to perform, fraud or dolo, negligence or culpa, contravention of the tenor of the obligation, Involuntary, Fortuitous events, Conditions to exempt liability, The event must be, independent of the will of debtor, unforeseeable or inevitable, preventing normal compliance of obligation by debtor, The debtor must be free from any participation in the aggravation of the injury resulting to the creditor, Liability even in fortuitous events, where such liability is expressly specified by law, where such liability is declared by stipulation of the parties, where the nature of the obligation requires the assumption of risk., debtor is guilty of fraud or malice, debtor is guilty of negligence, debtor is in delay when the event happened, obligations from criminal liability, there is an injury which must be substantial and that the injury is the - result of the breach of the obligation (CONCURRENT NEGLIGENCE), Classification of obligations, pure and conditional, pure, conditional, express, implied, possible, impossible, potestative, void if fulfilment is exclusively dependent upon debtor, valid if fulfilment is exclusively dependent upon creditor, casual, mixed, positive, negative, conjunctive, disjunctive, suspensive, resolutory, with a period, alternative, mancomunadas and solidarias, divisible and indivisible, with a penal clause

Sales, Articles 1458 to 1623 of the Civil Code of the Philippines, Definition, Elements, Characteristics, Kinds, Distinctions, from C to Sell, from Dation en Pago, Contract form

Credit Transactions, Articles 1933-2009, 2085-2194 of the Civil Code of the Philippines, Definition, Kinds of Credit Transaction, Obligations of Parties, Effect of non fulfillment of credit obligation, Foreclosure, Rights of debtor, Rights of Creditor, Procedure

Civil Service law

EO 292

Taxation

National Internal Revenue Code of 1997

Local business ordinances

Republic Act 7160 (particularly on Local Taxation and Local Legislation)

Recent commercial laws

Republic Act 8762

Republic Act 8792

Learning Tasks

Oral & written reports

Substance & relevance of written report

Effectiveness of oral presentation

Active participation in group discussions

Synthesis of the course as experienced

Compliance of required courseworks