articles ... compulsory ... confidential ... data ... employers’... force ...
fundamental ... grievance ... intellectual … joint .. . limited ... memorandum ...
obligation ... out ... power ... terms ... trade ... unprofessional ...
vicarious ... winding ... wrongful ...
... and conditions ... breach ... dismissal ... information ... majeure ... mark
... of association (x2) ... of attorney ... procedure ... up ... venture
... conduct ... liability (x3) ... liquidation … of confidentiality
... of court ...property ... protection
1. An official power giving someone the right to act on someone else’s behalf in legal matters is called ______ .
2. The protecting of information about individuals stored in a computer from being copied or used wrongly is called _____ .
3. A ____ is a business partnership where two or more companies join together as partners for a limited period.
4. ____ is an expression of French origin that is used for something which happens which is out of control of the parties who have signed a contract (for example, a war or a storm), and is also known as an act of God.
5. A _____ refers to the various steps an employee takes if he wants to complain about his employers.
6. _____ are the contents of a document which regulate the way in which a company’s affairs (such as the appointment of directors or the rights of shareholders) are managed.
7. When a company is put into liquidation, this is often known as ____ .
8. The legal responsibility of an employer when employees are subject to accidents due to negligence on the part of an employer is called _____ .
9. The legal responsibility of one person for the actions of another person, especially the responsibility of an employer for acts committed by an employee in the course of work, is called ___ .
10. A _____ company is a company where each shareholder is responsible for paying the company’s debts only to the face value of the shares he / she owns.
11. A ____ is a legal document setting up a limited company and giving details of its aims, capital structure, and registered office.
12. When a dispute between two parties is settled before it gets to court, it is known as an ____ settlement.
13. Behaviour which is not suitable for a professional person and goes against the code of practice of a profession is called _______.
14. Facts which are secret and must not be passed on to other people are called ________ .
15 . An _____ is a legally-binding rule that is imposed on the recipient of private or secret information which states that the recipient should not pass the information on to someone else.
16. The name, design or other feature which identifies a commercial product, has been registered by the maker and cannot be used by other makers is called a “registered ____”.
17. _____ is something such as a copyright, patent or design which someone has created or produced that no-one else can legally copy, use or sell.
18. The conditions which have to be carried out as part of a contract, or arrangements which have to be made before a contract is valid, are called ______ .
19. The removal of someone from a job for a reason that cannot be justified, and which is in breach of contract, is called _____ .
20. A failure to carry out an essential or basic term of a contract is known as a ______ .
21. ________ is when a court orders a company to close and its assets to be sold.