Please, read the attached pic carefully and you will understand what is needed.Students Guide in Writing the GRLEB Course work
Number of words requirement: 3000 words
A 10\% excess of words is allowed.
Your paper must be in paragraph form with standard margin in each side. The
the paper must have the proper subheading.
First part : Introduction. You must write 3 paragraphs which would
nswer to the tasks
What is the content of my Introduction?
Task: Write and overview of the subject matter
he tasks
1 paragraph – discuss about comme iallaws and topics related to the four
types of companie
1 paragraph – choose two of types of companies and describe these
2 compar
1 paragraph – write
objective of your coursework paper
Second part, Discussion.
about commercial compa
must write 3 paragraphs in which must reveal your knowledge
What is the
ntent of your Discussion part? = 1,500 words
– discussion about the general and essential characteristics of
type of the companies you have selected
GRLEB Students
1 paragraph
discussion on how the 2 companies you have selected are form,
manage and liquidated in accordance with the laws in the
Sultanate of Oman
1 paragraph – explanation on the process or procedures on how your chosen
companies handle disputes or issues and differences that arise
in their companies.
ID No.
Student Name:
Submission Date: January 1-3, 2017
Written work
Student name and identification number must be clearly stated at the top of each page of
the work. Where work is to be marked anonymously, only include the student number
A signed declaration that the work is your own (apart from otherwise referenced
acknowledgements) must be included after the title page of your assignment
Each page must be numbered.
Where appropriate, a contents page, a list of tables/figures and a list of abbreviations
should precede your work.
All referencing must adhere to School/Institutional requirements.
A word count must be stated at the end of your work.
Your programma. Year of study and the relevant modula must be included as outer un
each page.
Appendices should be kept to the minimum and be of direct relevance to the content of
your work.
All tables and figures must be correctly numbered and labelled.
Your assignment/coursework should be submitted in one A4 transparent pocket unless it is
not appropriate to do so (in which case, specific instructions will be provided by your
module leader).
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Guidelines to Students:
Your paper must be in paragraph form with standard margin in each side. The four parts of the
paper must have the proper subheading. First, Introduction. In this section, you must write 3
paragraphs which will offer answers to the tasks given. Second, Discussion. You must write 3
paragraphs in this section. Your response must reveal your knowledge about how selected
companies are form, manage and liquidated. Moreover, it must display some clear explanations on
what are the procedures to be done when issues and differences arise in their companies.
Third, Conclusion. This section must specify the key points that needs to be sorted out from the
gathered data and not elsewhere. Fourth, References. Make sure that the sources of the
information are correctly cited. The citations in the full text of the written assignment must be listed
in the reference list section. The correct use of the Harvard referencing format is required. Any
literature that is used to support the discussion must be up-to-date or its publication date must be
not later than 2005 onwards. The maximum number of words should be 3000.
The tasks to do:
The commercial laws cover different types of companies. Some of these types are: general
partnerships, limited partnerships, joint ventures, limited liabilities companies. Do a research and
respond to the tasks given below. In the conveyance of your responses strictly follow the format
and utilise those words in bold letters (below) as the sub-headings in each section of your
going to do
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Introduction. Present an overview of the subject matter of the assignment. Choose
two of the
above-mentioned types of companies. Reflect on the assignment objective(s).
Discussion. In addition, based on your learning, discuss in brief the general and essential
characteristics of each type of the companies you have selected. Discuss clearly how to form,
stout chavati manage, and liquidate your chosen types of companies in accordance with the laws in the
Of 2 com pai Sultanate of Oman. Explain the process on how to handle disputes in each of your chosen types
of companies.
Conclusion. Offer a brief but clear summary of the facts that you have provided with convincing /
concluding interpretations of the sorted facts.
References. Application of Harvard referencing format is a must.
In – text citation
(Author last name, year), websites
(Bocor, 2009) 5 to 10
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