At the end of the year they had sold 418,812 Mustangs. The 1964 1/2, as it was later called, was available in only two models, the Coupe and the Convertible. In late 1964 Ford teamed with Carroll Shelby to build the fastback. They built it to compete with the corvette. There was 562 built in 1951, 550 street models and 12 race models.
I will start by evaluating the variables independently followed by the most significant variables (collectively) that affect the selling price of Ford Mustangs. Finally, I will present a conclusion based on my analysis that will accurately provide the variables that should be considered when establishing the selling price of Ford Mustangs. To determine the effect of a Ford Mustang’s selling price based on whether or not it is a convertible, I have created the following null and Alternate Hypothesis: Null Hypothesis: A convertible has no effect on selling price. Alternate Hypothesis: A convertible has an effect on selling price. To perform the hypothesis test, I used CONVERT as the independent variable and selling price as the dependant variable.
Rogerson took possession of the motor car but then wrongfully sold it to an innocent third party who took good title under the provisions of the Hire Purchase Act 1964 (as re-enacted by the Consumer Credit Act 1974). Rogerson subsequently stopped his hire-purchase payments and Royscot brought an action against him (for, inter alia, conversion of the car) and Maidenhead Honda (for misrepresentation under s.2(1) of the Misrepresentation Act 1967) entering judgment in default against both of them for damages to be assessed. As against Maidenhead Honda a county court judge awarded the difference between the sum advanced by Royscot for purchase of the car *L.Q.R. 548 (£6,400) and the sum Royscot would have advanced if Rogerson's deposit of £1,200 had in truth represented 20 per cent. of the purchase price of the car (£4,800).
(20% of grade) The equation is undefined at 100%, because 150-(1.5*100)=0 and you cannot divide by 0 2. An anthrax epidemic has broken out in the cattle ranching region of your state. You are the financial manager for several of the cattle ranches in the region. A veterinary clinic that you have contracted to immunize cattle at each ranch charges $1750 to set up the immunization station and $2.00 for each shot. a.
Mansour group must pursue the approval of exceeding the above cost from Chevrolet. 5- If Mansour group failed to attain the minimum sales target, Chevrolet has the right to end the agreement with regards to the terms of termination. 6- Mansour group is obliged to sell the automobiles according to the list of prices acquired from Chevrolet. If any discounts or deductions are present, Mansour group should do as follows: a- Statements of the discounts or deductions should be received by the customer in a form that is suitable and approved by Chevrolet b- If Mansour group decided to do business with customers or companies, it should be following the terms and conditions of Chevrolet that is updated annually. 7- Chevrolet and the Mansour group would agree upon the stock levels and target service volumes every 6 months to be able to meet the orders and contracts of customers.
* 15th November the peasant land bank was instructed to give loans to peasants who wanted to leave the commune * New year’s day 1907, all redemption payments were abolished * June 1910 another reform dissolved all the communes where no distribution of land had taken place since the emancipation of the Serfs in 1861. * Peasants were encouraged to move to the undeveloped agriculture areas of Siberia with the incentive of cheap land
Later on in the story Candy, an aging ranch handyman with a missing hand, asks George and Lennie if he can help pay for the land George picked out and live there with them. They were going to let Candy pay but he couldn’t because of Lennie’s actions. Crooks, a black stable hand, befriends Lennie and asks him if he would let Crooks hoe a garden on the land. Lennie wanted to let him but couldn’t for the same reason Candy couldn’t join them. I believe that to have a perfect life you must have your dreams come true, but of course this didn’t happen.
Contract & Agency Law Question 1 Breach of contract It is necessary to determine what type of contract was breached. A breach of contract occurs when a party fails to perform all his obligations under the contract. There are two types of breach of contract- breach of warranty or breach of condition. Breach of warranty refers to the failure of a seller to fulfil the terms of a promise, claim, or representation made concerning the quality or type of the product. The law assumes that a seller gives certain warranties concerning goods that are sold and that he or she must stand behind these assertions.
They are responsible for medical expenses. Collision pays for the damages to your car made by other vehicle or objects that was on the road. Uninsured Motorist pays your car damage if another person is reliable for it. Comprehensive pays you if an accident is cause by nature calamity or if it is stolen from you. There are lots of kinds of insurances that you can choose from.
Negotiable Instruments A negotiable instrument is any written promise or order to pay a sum of money (William Eric Hollowell, 2011). Examples of a negotiable instrument would be a check or a promissory note. A negotiable instrument can be transferred from one person to another. After test driving a car and returning the car to the lot, Bob handed over a form and pen. The form stated the date, a promise to pay to the order of Bob’s Auto Emporium, and the amount of $20,000 dollars at seven percent per annum.