Quantitative Statistics Milestone One

Quantitative Statistics Milestone One

Order Description

Writer will have to pick topic.You will select a specific problem you see in the workplace (or, if you have limited work experience, that you would find it valuable to solve in your home life) and then identify what you wish to study. You must apply the theories and concepts from the course to interpret and formulate your hypotheses. Be sure to identify why the answer/solution matters. Once you have your hypotheses, go through the scientific method and statistical process to sample and answer the question. Be sure that you justify the statistical test that you use and either reject or fail to reject the null hypothesis based on the data. Your conclusion should be entirely data driven, with the implications clear. The focus is on selection of a topic and identification of the tools used to solve the problem and/or test the hypothesis. If the topic is not appropriate or needs to be streamlined, the instructor will proved feedback to assure the topic can become a viable final project. you will submit a 2–3-page paper summarizing your topic selection. Why did you select this topic? What is the significance? Which statistical method(s) will be used? The feedback provided by the instructor should be applied to your final research paper.

Learning Outcomes
1. Demonstrate an understanding of the legal system.
2. Assess the legal implications of construction decisions, with particular
reference to, amongst other matters, tort, land law, company,
employment and consumer and planning law.
Part 1: Mooting presentation= 20%
Part 2: Hotel Project = 80%
Along with some associates, you wish to form a company for the purpose
of acquiring a country house and converting it into a hotel, which you will
then lease to a hotel management company.
Prepare a report outlining to your associates the legal implications of your
undertaking.
Your report should address the following matters although you do not have
to give equal attention to all of them:
?? Describe how you would set up your company and the advantages of
using a corporate structure.
?? The property could be either leasehold or freehold; discuss the
implications of each.
?? Show that you know how a title is conveyed.
?? Are there any easements or restrictive covenants affecting the title?
?? How do you go about obtaining planning permission? It might be that
the building is listed.
?? Show some knowledge of leasehold property including covenants.
?? Consider what steps need to be taken during construction work to
ensure that you are not liable in tort.
?? Demonstrate some knowledge of business tenancies under Part 2 of
the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.
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Construction Law TC5FD09E
Assignment 2: Legal implications of construction decisions
Notes to the assignment
The report should be structured to acceptable industry standard; including title
and contents page, headings, Harvard-style references and page numbers.
The reports must be written in your own words and any quotations from
documents or websites must be clearly shown as quotations – plagiarism and
extensive quotation from published documents will lead to a deduction of marks.
All the basic information is to be found in the Blackboard lecture notes and
handouts accompanying the course, but you should read further in order to
widen and deepen your knowledge and understanding, and also research via the
web, in particular for any recent changes in the law.
In order to achieve a 2:1 grade or above you need to present the assignment in
a professional manner which might be of use to a member of the construction
and property professions. This does not require anything other than writing in
plain English within a recognised report structure.
Marking and Assessment
The assignment will be marked according to the standard marking grid, as
shown in the Course Module Study Guide.
There is a minimum criterion that all sections should be covered and show a
level of competence (approximately 2500 – 3000 words).