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Business Law

Business Law

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Business Law

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Names
Nachiket Saswade
Yogesh Shah Rohit Shiyan

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Ankita Singh
Vivek Singh

Sunder Vs. Theatre Management

The Case
Sunder knew that on account of his criticism of the plays in the past, he would not be allowed entry to the performance of a play at the theatre. The Managing Director of the theatre gave instructions that no ticket should be sold to Sunder. Sunder however, obtained a ticket through one of his friend. On being refused admission to the theatre, he sued for damages of breach of contract.

The following regulations govern performances taking place at the Nelson Theatre.
1. Arrive on time. The Theatre will endeavour to admit latecomers at a suitable break in the performance (which may be the interval) but admission cannot be guaranteed. 2. Make your booking carefully. Once purchased, tickets cannot be exchanged nor money refunded unless a performance is cancelled or less than half the performance takes place. 3. No activity has to be done which creates a chaos and disturbs other audiences/play. 4. The Theatre reserves the right to refuse admission for good reason. 5. Every member of the audience must have a valid ticket. 6. The Theatre operates a non-smoking policy in all areas of the building. 7. The consumption of drinks in glasses or bottles is not permitted in the auditorium. Plastic cups are available on request. 8. The use of any form of recording equipment is not permitted in the auditorium, except with the permission of the Manager. 9. Mobiles phones and other electronic devices must be switched off before entering the auditorium. Dogs (except guide dogs) are not permitted within the Theatre. 10. Theatrical effects such as strobe lighting and gunshots are sometimes used in productions. The Theatre will endeavour to warn patrons in advance when these effects will be used. 11. The Theatre or any permitted third parties may carry out general filming and sound recording in or about the venue. By purchasing tickets you consent to you and your party being included in and to the exploitation of such films and recordings without payment. 12. You are responsible for any possessions you bring into the Theatre.

Sunder
Vs.

Nelson Theatre Management

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