+1-415-670-9189
info@expertsmind.com
Is swimmingpool co liable for martins actions
Course:- Business Law and Ethics
Length:
Reference No.:- EM13843159




Assignment Help
Assignment Help >> Business Law and Ethics

Swimmingpool Co Pty Ltd employs Martin as the manager of their Tasmanian sales division. Martin is to quote to potential customers the cost of installing the various pools that the company offers, to draw up any new contracts on behalf of the company and further to ensure that a deposit is paid by potential customers, monies which are then deposited in the company's bank account. Martin is on a fixed salary but his contract of employment allows for the payment of a bonus if he exceeds his annual target of signing new customers.

The company is very impressed with Martin in the first month of his employment; he has signed at least 20 new customers and work has begun on at least half of the new projects signed.

After the lapse of another month the company receives a number of complaints from customers who claim that the construction of their swimming pool is substantially different to what they had contracted for. A number of customers were given wrong advice on the suitability of the placement of their new swimming pool, which means some newly constructed pools are sinking into the ground, the repair of which will cost the company considerably. It appears also that some of the deposits have not been paid into the company's bank. Martin appears to have kept part of the money collected. The company also discovers that Martin is in the process of setting up his own business which will compete with Swimmingpool Co.

In considering the facts above make some legal observations on the following:

1. Is Swimmingpool Co liable for Martin's actions? On what basis in law would this be the case?

2. Can the company claim they are not liable for Martin because he has not followed instructions? Explain.

3. Is Martin liable to his employer for any of his actions? On what basis in law would he be liable?

4. Has Martin breached any law if he is planning to set up his business? Explain.

Answered:-

Verified Expert


Preview Container content

Summery:

Martin has infringed upon the law and the agreement that was made to handle the swimming's development pool. It is imperative for him to deal with every one of the directions under which the pool should have been be built. The significant finish of the works and different deformities must be withstanding towards the vicinity of the imperfections. (Rock, 2015).

According to the clear methodologies, one could see that the deformities should be recreated so that all the culmination and different procurements are assembled under the healing work, as chose some time recently.

There is a law for obligation towards the deformities in development and handle the agreement's rupturing. According to the cases it has been seen that the teaching of building the business sector is arranged under the particular and they have to make do with the cases and different reasons which diminishes the business sector esteem as well.




Put your comment
 
Minimize


Ask Question & Get Answers from Experts
Browse some more (Business Law and Ethics) Materials
Examine the common elements of compensation packages. Determine which two elements you believe to be the most motivational to an employee and to you. Support your position.
You are the information security manager for High-speed Industries a fortune 100 company and have been asked by the Chief Information Security Officer to prepare a presentat
What did the Ninth Circuit describe as a "classical" insider trading case and why was the Talbot case not a classical insider trading case? How does the Ninth Circuit describ
Identify the likely root causes of the issues or problems. Assess the likely ramifications of all your suggested solutions (consider the risks and cost-benefit of each course
What feelings or reactions are evoked in you by the article? How would you explain the reported criminal behavior using the two theories you selected? Explain your choice of t
Briefly define four types of security. Discuss the similarities and differences that exist between the types of threats associated with each type of security and the securit
Explain why the 100 member rule was introduced in 1981 and explain the process whereby 100 members could call a general meeting of the company under s249D prior to its amendme
Determine whether or not existing "fair use" exceptions strike an appropriate balance between creators and users of the material. Provide two (2) specific examples to suppor