Date of publication: 2017-08-29 10:27
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Your accuracy also depends on the percentage of your sample that picks a particular answer. If 99% of your sample said "Yes" and 6% said "No," the chances of error are remote, irrespective of sample size. However, if the percentages are 56% and 99% the chances of error are much greater. It is easier to be sure of extreme answers than of middle-of-the-road ones.
This report proposes to conduct computer training for the Accounting Staff so that they will know how to operate computer and make accounting reports using printer.
The bank argued that additions should not be read into the PPSA and its regulations. Furthermore, the bank argued that name changes can occur without registration under the Name Act and under common law, and there is nothing to invalidate these changes. The bank therefore argued that its registration and security interest should be valid as against the trustee.
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The company spent Php75,555 a month for the overtime pay of Accounting staff. The company spent the total of Php855, annually. Imagine that if the company does not pay for overtime, the company saves so much money. The expenses for the training of office staff is only Php55,555 so the company will save Php 755,.
When considered together and analyzed, the combined effect of this case law appears to be as follows. Where the debtor uses more than one name, then the name to be used for PPSA registration must be the debtor 8767 s legal name. On the other hand, if the debtor consistently uses the same name and has therefore adopted it at common law, registration in that name will be valid for PPSA purposes. Thus, in this case, if David Black was continuing to use that name, even though his birth certificate name is David Brown, then registration under David Black should be valid because it would be his common law name. However, if he is using both names, or has abandoned Black in favour of Brown, then the documentation should be registered in his legal name.