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25 Responses to “Mälardalen University, Introduction To Commercial Law, Webinar 4”

  1. It has been a lot of discussions related to the sale of mobile subscriptions and the methods used. Among other things the possibility to cancel the purchase within two weeks. To my understanding the right to cancel is not valid if you have entered the store even though you have been approached outside the store and then been asked to follow the seller into the store. But what if they only have a desk at the walking part of the shopping centre?

  2. Hi
    With regards to Sales of Goods act, delivery and payment it for me seems that Section 10 and Section 49 might contradict each other. The seller are not obliged to delivery until payment has been made and the buyer are not liable to pay until the goods has been received.

    • Thanks! You made it clear during the lecture. I am used to cross-border deliveries and those can take weeks to finalise, that’s why I found this a bit contradictory. But it makes sense that you meet and hand over the payment and receive the goods.

  3. If we would prepare for the next lecture. What are we to read? TEU and TFEU?

  4. I have a question regarding legal capacity buyer and seller, can it be connected to the whole ”offeror” and ”offeree” – business ?

    • Hi

      Yes, the issues in JKF-Time is only examples and you can do changes if you want.

      Best regards,

  5. HI

    How can I totally delete something that I have posted on my time management group account?

    Thanks in advance

  6. Hi
    During the last lecture we have discussed about subsides from the government in case of employees that have been unemployed for a certain period. As an employer, is it necessary to be a member of the employers organization in order to have access to this subsides?

    thanks in advance

    • Hi
      Well it is not allowed according to Instrument of Government to force a company to become a member of an association.
      But usually there are requirements for same employee insurance that is provided for through the Collective Agreement which can be difficult to obtain if the Company don’t sign a ”tie-in agreement” or becomes member of the Employer Organization.

      Best regards,

  7. Thanks for the previous answer.
    (I am still confused in how to avoid the anonymous)

    I have another question:
    In a situation of two partners close to banckrupty, are they allow to transfer their personal properties to a family member?


  8. In the issue of transportation risk of products and materials, can our company use the Sales of Goods Act or CISG, or is there any other law concerning business to business?

    If we ship things from China, what could be applicable then?

  9. Hello! I was thinking as lecture 21, 22, 24 was about subjects that are not included in the compendium. How deep do you want us to study these lectures for the exam? Like do you want us to get a general view of it and you may ask questions that are not very deep or do you want us to study it like all the other chapters that are included in the compendium?

  10. Statutory portion: A child always has the right to inherit their parents according to the inheritance code. The general rule is that a child inherits the estate but a parent are free to write a will giving 50% of the estate to someone else. The 50% that can not be given away by will is the Statutory portion. Did I get this right?

  11. Will each question in the exam be focused on one part of the law for example question 1 is about sales law only OR can you apply several different laws to the question

  12. Hello!

    Dividends are taxed in the capital income basket to the extent that it dose not exceed the threshold amount then its taxed as earned income (32-58%). But the capital basket, in the book its says it is taxed 20 % in the capital income schedule, but at your lectures you have said it is taxed 30 % in the capital income basket. whats right?

    • Hi

      Unfortunately the author in the book is doing a simplification when he writes that the tax rate on dividends, equal to the threshold amount, is 20%.

      The law says that the tax rate in capital income basket is 30%. However the dividend from closed limited companies are only taxed to 2/3 of the dividend amount, up to the threshold amount.

      If you take 2/3 x 30% you will get 20%.

      The problem with that simplification is that if you have a deficit in the capital income basket you will get a tax deduction. The tax effect on the deficit above -100 000 is 21% and not 30%. That means that the tax effect on a dividend will be 2/3 x 21% = 14% in less tax deduction if you get a dividend and your deficit in capital income basket is bigger then -100 000 before the dividend.

      The problems with simplifications are that they are not true in all situations and that is the reason why I avoid them in my lectures.

      Best regards,

  13. In the last 2 slides of family law Per docent get enough money to cover 4 base amounts 178 000, why?

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