Case - hl bolten-artificial legal person

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Complete the given Cases

1. HL BOLTEN-ARTIFICIAL LEGAL PERSON (This is hint)

2. JOHN HENSHALL-EXTERNAL ADMINISTRATION (Hint)

***2 page both

Introduction, Body, Conclution&underline summary,

Should use flow charts/steps/approaches

Important thing is structure

3. Consumer law-(Hint) Implied terms

***1 page

Answer related to consumer law implied terms

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