F4 – (LW – ENGLISH) – MCQ’s/Quiz #1 | ACCA

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This is Quiz #1 for ACCA F4 (LW – ENGLISH) Corporate and Business Law Students.

These Quizzes are designed in a way that students could better understand the exam format and get used to practice online. This approach will reduce the exam stress and students will able to prepare better.

We request the students, do not take the quiz until they have finished the syllabus.

All the questions are compulsory, so do not skip any.

Number of the Questions

This Quiz consists of 15 Questions which covers the entire F4 (LW – ENGLISH) syllabus.

Time

The Quiz have a timer. Students have to finish the quiz within the given time period.
As in ACCA Exam, there are 1.8 minutes per mark. So each 2 marks question have 3.6 minutes to complete. The Quiz have 15 questions, so Students have total 54 minutes to complete the quiz.

Result

Students can see your result at the end of the quiz further the correct and wrong questions. Moreover, the explanation of wrong questions.

Types of Questions

MCQs: Choose one from the given options.
Multiple choice: Choose all those which seems to you correct/ or incorrect, as per the requirement of the question. Keep your eye on the wording “(select all those which are correct)“.
Drop down: Select from the list provided.
Type: Type your answer in numbers as per the requirement of the question.





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F4 - LW - ENGLISH - Quiz #1

You have 15 Questions to complete within 54 minutes.
You will see the Result at the end of the quiz.

Types of Questions

MCQs: Choose one from the given options.
Multiple choice: Choose all those which seems to you correct/ or incorrect, as per the requirement of the question. (Wording: select all those which are correct)
Dropdown: Select from the list provided.
Type: Type your answer in numbers as per the requirement of the question.

1 / 15

1. There are a number of ways in which investors can take an interest in a company and such different interests have different rights attached to them.

Which of the following NORMALLY participate in surplus capital?

2 / 15

2. Which of the following, in the context of entering into a contract, constitutes a binding offer to sell a unique item of furniture?

3 / 15

3. What is the effect of a finding of contributory negligence in the law of tort?

4 / 15

4. Which of the following statements in relation to effective consideration is correct?

5 / 15

5. In the context of contract law, a bid at an auction is which of the following?

6 / 15

6. In the context of employment law, which of the following is an AUTOMATICALLY fair ground for dismissing an employee?

7 / 15

7. Jo's contract of employment states that she is employed in Glasgow. When her employer tells her that she has to work in London, some 500 miles away, Jo immediately resigns.

Which of the following may this be considered an example of?

8 / 15

8. Section 122 Insolvency Act 1986 specifically provides a distinct ground for applying to have a company liquidated on the ground that it is just and equitable to do so.

Which of the following parties may petition to have a company compulsorily liquidated under that provision?

9 / 15

9. A written ordinary resolution requires the approval of which of the following?

10 / 15

10. In the context of statutory interpretation, which of the following requires judges to consider the wrong which the legislation was intended to prevent?

11 / 15

11. The law treats employees differently from the self-employed and has established a number of tests to distinguish between the two categories.

Which of the following is NOT a test for establishing an employment relationship?

12 / 15

12. Imran claims that Zak owes him £1,000 as a result of a breach of contract.

In which court will Imran start his action against Zak?

13 / 15

13. Jas has been continuously employed for six years.

Which of the following states the minimum period of notice she is entitled to?

14 / 15

14. Contributory negligence arises as a result of the fault of which of the following?

15 / 15

15. Section 122 Insolvency Act 1986 provides a number of distinct grounds for applying to have a company liquidated on a compulsory basis.

Which of the following is NOT a ground for the compulsory liquidation of a company under that provision?

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