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The Business School BULAW2611 Organisations Law Semester 1 2013 Assignment – Essay Assessment information The information below is provided in conjunction with that provided in the BULAW2611 Course Description. It is recommended that you familiarise yourself with the details in both documents. Weighting: 30% Word limit or equivalent: 2,500 words Referencing: You are required to follow the APA style of referencing for this essay. Resources: It is recommended that you independently seek out resources, in particular academic, peer-reviewed journal articles. You will be rewarded for using journal articles in your essay. At this stage of your university studies, it is expected that an essay of this length will use at least 10-15 journal articles to support the arguments / points made. Other resources, such as textbooks and electronic documents obtained from authoritative (eg, government) websites, can also be used, but only to a limited extent. Assessment details: You are required to read the media release about franchising below and determine what are the key points of this document. Using these key points, you are to write an essay that demonstrates your depth of understanding of the relevant legal instruments and their practical applications to business owners. Legal instruments that require examination in your essay include the Franchising Code of Conduct and the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth).Key provisions of these and others, as appropriate, should be discussed in conjunction with the practicalities of operating a franchise in Australia. It would be useful when considering the operation of the law to analyse actual examples of franchises in Australia. MEDIA RELEASE EXPERT TO REVIEW THE FRANCHISING CODE OF CONDUCT Source: States News Service. (Jan. 4, 2013): CANBERRA, Australia — The following information was released by the office of the Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research of…