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Buckland Livery Stables Ltd (BLS) ­ Sam Brett

Bampton, Oxfordshire




Bampton is located in Oxfordshire and has a population of 2,505 (2001 Census data)
and that is typical for a rural village ­ in order to qualify for…

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4 bed house £281,893 £458,314 £176,421
5 bed house £442,150 £781,297 £339,147
6 bed house £630,178 £936,072 £305,894


Key terminology

Livery - `The boarding and care of horses for a fee. `

Equestrian

Links

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKqfJxwDaCg (Jordan's breakfast cereal advert
­hedgerow restoration)

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006t14n (Panorama - the…

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liability clause attached to Private and Public limited companies would that be
protected?

The manner in which the business was financed is somewhat interesting due to the fact
that even after the funds generated from the sale of his to restaurants had been sold
Sam…

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The fact that Sam offers special services is significant because they are necessary
and to a certain extent specialist jobs and as such that would generate a regular
income for BLS.

The fact that Sam wants to obtain the financial records of his competitors in…

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Human resources Financial resources Physical resources
Two experienced staff to help The money required to start Livery stables consisting of a
him run his business BLS:- farmhouse, buildings, stables
i. The proceeds from and 80 acres of land
Sam's two restaurants
ii. £100,000 browed from…

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a) Research the case for and against operating the livery stables business as a
private limited company.

Limited liability ­ initial cash flow problems, brother involved etc.

It would bring the lion's share of the required start-up money.

There is the potential to invite shareholders…

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