Advice 1: How to write a rationale

Rationale — the facts and materials that serve as the basis for making decisions about filing a claim in court or direction of the claim. The legal reasoning is references to normative-legal acts regulating specific legal relations.Justification — facts and evidence based on which set of circumstances relevant to the case.
Instruction
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Determine the facts that require proof. The combination of facts will depend on the legal status of the participant of the proceedings, the presumptions established by law. The burden of proof, the court may specify in the definition.
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Explain the case, that is, present factual circumstances, the rationale. Provide evidence that justifies the specific facts.
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Legal justification should be presented, given the legal force of the documents referenced. As a rule, first make the reference to the Constitution of the Russian Federation to Federal laws, regulations. General rules governing a particular legal relationship, determined by the laws. Details of the procedure prescribed in the bylaws. For example, in section VII of the Housing code of the Russian Federation establishes the obligations of the owner and tenant for payment of utilities. Directly the procedure of calculation and payment of utilities written in the "Rules of granting of utilities to citizens", approved. The resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation № 307 from 23 may 2006. Thus, first make the reference to norms of the housing code, then the Rules.

Advice 2: How to write feasibility study?

When creating a production company the entrepreneur in many cases it is necessary to be not only a business plan and feasibility study of the project. Very often this document is required when a firm seeks to implement new technologies and to obtain funding for the implementation of their goals.
You will need
  • the concept of the business project;
  • - the estimated data for the project.
Instruction
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Learn the difference between technical and economic justification project (feasibility study) and a traditional business plan. The first document does not require high detail, its contents should reflect only parts of the whole business. In other words, to include in the feasibility study makes sense only to those estimates that are directly associated with the proposed project and describe anticipated changes in the company.
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In the simplest case, take a basis of the feasibility study in detail and made a business plan, with the exception of some details, for example the marketing strategy, description of the service or product, a detailed analysis of the risk factors. Leave in the feasibility study the information that can help in assessing the results of innovation and to identify possible problem areas.
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Examine the factors that directly affect the activities of the company, including analysis of financial performance. The numbers should show if investment in the proposed development, if require innovations mergers and acquisitions of companies, how the current credit demand. One of the purposes of writing a feasibility study – draft pick necessary equipment and appropriate technology.
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Include in the feasibility study a brief summary of the proposed project, putting in it the basic essence of innovation. Justify the choice of a particular organizational decisions, activities, equipment and related technology. Complete document calculation of financial, labor, raw materials and other production requirements. The feasibility study should contain an indication of the amount of funds necessary for the implementation of the project and possible sources of funding.
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Complete feasibility study by summarizing the results and formulation of conclusions. A potential investor should understand that the proposed project is economically feasible, and to develop the fullest possible picture of the structure of expected costs and when the calculated financial indicators with the planned income. For the lender is essential also, the calculation of the payback period of the business project.
Note
Of particular importance are the examples from judicial practice. Information about clarification of the law by Supreme courts is contained in the reference legal systems. Such clarifications and official interpretations are important for uniformity in the application of laws.
Useful advice
In justifying the position it is necessary to consider the principle of admissibility of evidence. Some facts can be supported by specific evidence. For example, performance of works is confirmed through a bilateral act.
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