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Example: It is becoming more common for an employee to claim damages from his or her employer for stress…work. (Answer: at) 1. My client contends that he notified your client in writing, within two days …… delivery of the goods, that the goods were defective. 2. I understand that you have denied my client’s claim that he is entitled to five days’ holiday ….. lieu of overtime worked during the period 1 January 2003 to 20 February 2003. 3. We are writing to confirm that this was an error ….. the part of the bank, and the funds will be credited to your account immediately. 4. If he fails to pay the debt within three weeks after we have sent him a statutory demand, the next step is to present a bankruptcy petition ….. him. 5. I heard on the news last night that Baxters are going to lay ….. 2,000 employers at the Kirkwood factory as a result of losing the construction contract with Exemmen. 6. The shares will on completion be sold free ….. any liens or charges. 7. In the UK, copyright ….. a literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work lasts until 70 years after the death of the author. 8. In April 1999, the national minimum wage came ….. force throughout the UK. 9. I have now drawn ….. the first draft of your Will and would like to arrange a meeting to go through it with you. 10. The aim is to sell the house and workshop together with the business ….. a going concern.
Either party may terminate this agreement …..000 paid by the Buyer to the Seller..000. clause 5 of this agreement. your firm as requested. notice with immediate effect. My client informed your client that all the goods would be delivered ….. 2. the Seller agrees to sell the Property to the Buyer. 10. Payment of the purchase price will be ….. 3. stating that it had performed all the terms of the agreement correctly and on time. I would advise you to obtain independent advice from a lawyer as to the best method of operating the business. If you are interested …. . Example: It is becoming more common for an employee to claim damages from his or her employer for stress…work. Note the example given.. The haulage company denied the allegations ….PREPOSITIONS (2) Read the following sentences and put a preposition in each space. the situation. starting your own business. (Answer: at) 1. and I would wish to avoid any chance of a conflict of interest arising. I am afraid that I am unable to accept your instructions as this firm has acted on behalf of George Brown …. …. Their respective lawyers negotiated an agreement which provided a satisfactory compromise …. 6.. 9.. 8.. made payable …. 4.. truck on 21 June 2003. another matter. 7. banker’s draft. consideration of Bt100. This agreement will continue for five years unless terminated earlier in accordance …. it. to be handed to my client on the completion date. I enclose a cheque for Bt10. 5.
I am writing this letter …. writing within five days of receipt of an invoice if the customer considers such invoice incorrect for any reason. 5.PREPOSITIONS (3) Read the following sentences and put a preposition in each space.... The term of this agreement will continue unless terminated by either party …. be in breach of their contracts of employment or their contracts for services. (Answer: at) 1. 7. they will usually.. Note the example given. but I will take her instructions and write to you again as soon as possible. it is important to check that the name you want is acceptable …. 9. 3.. You cannot be a company director if you are an undischarged bankrupt or disqualified by a court …. strike or take other forms of industrial action. When workers go …. We’ll offer them Bt100. by doing so. The customer will notify the company …. business for a few days. Example: It is becoming more common for an employee to claim damages from his or her employer for stress…work... 8. full and final settlement of your debt and see what their reaction is to that. the top of each page and return it to me as soon as possible. When setting up a new company. 4.000 …. 10. giving not less than three months’ prior written notice. . A patent is a monopoly right …. the exclusive use of an invention and can last for a maximum of twenty years. 6. an attempt to resolve our difficulties. My client is away …. holding a directorship.. Please sign the enclosed statement …. Companies House before you complete the company formation documents.. 2.
meals or private health insurance.. performing or failing to perform its obligations under this agreement due to any cause outside its reasonable control. Note the example given. I am afraid that we will not be able to act for you in this matter. Every company must prepare annual accounts that report …. 5. I confirm that clause 6 gives you the right to terminate the agreement by notice ….. kind. (Answer: at) 1. We will claim damages for breach of contract and will include a claim for interest …. fault on this occasion. it now. he immediately telephoned your client explaining what had happened and offering a 15% discount.. The share price of Eccelarat rose by Bt25 after the announcement that the company are taking …. my client. 8. 3.. Example: It is becoming more common for an employee to claim damages from his or her employer for stress…work. Please send copies of all such documents immediately.. 9.. but I can certainly provide you …. .. 6.. which your client accepted. When my client realised that he was …. Most benefits …. Neither party will be liable for any delay …. such as uniforms. I am aware of the existence of certain witness statements which blame the accident …. but I can’t think …. 500 new skilled workers. the rate of 6%. He told me his name when he delivered the goods. the names of other law firms that you may wish to contact.. 7. the performance and activities of the company during the year. 10.. are excluded from the calculation of pay for the purposes of the national minimum wage. immediate effect.PREPOSITIONS (4) Read the following sentences and put a preposition in each space. 2. 4.
The Customer agrees that. A period of continuous employment forms the basic qualification for most individual rights …. (Answer: at) 1. This is an interesting case. 21 November at the latest. 5. the Company will not be ….. Please make sure that you return the signed document to me …. his witness statement is full …. I’m pleased to tell you that both clients have finally agreed …. a date for completion: it’s 14 June.. the employment protection legislation. who are specialists ….. …. 4.. .PREPOSITIONS (5) Read the following sentences and put a preposition in each space. Fiona’s …. 10. I doubted that we’d get the outcome that we wanted. I think that we’re in a really strong position. this area of law. and prices are likely to fall before long. It would be foolish to pay that much for a property at this point in time. 9.. saying that his father’s marriage …. the state of the housing market has reached a peak. At first. 3. 6. my opinion. Example: It is becoming more common for an employee to claim damages from his or her employer for stress…work. any liability of any kind whatsoever in connection with this agreement. so I’d wait a couple of days before transferring your files to her. Hugh Redding is claiming all his father’s estate.. but fortunately for us. 8. a lot of pressure to settle the Burrowes case. or we’ll miss the deadline for filing the tender. contradictions between what he said at the time of the accident and now. Silvia Gregson is void because Silvia was already married.. I suggest that you seek the advice of McIntosh & Co... the person negotiating the deal on the other side wasn’t particularly good. 7. except as expressly provided in clause 8 of this agreement. Note the example given. 2.. the end we made very few concessions. so ….
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