• Unit 5 criminal law 9 (offences against property)
    Theft - The Theft offence is defined under S1 of the ‘Theft act 1968’. Where it provides that if ‘A person dishonestly appropriates property belonging to another, with the intention of permanently depriving the other of it,’ will be guilty of the offence. For this charge to be upheld, both t
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  • Property act
    TRANSFER OF PROPERTY ACT M. S. RAMA RAO B.Sc., M.A., M.L. Class-room live lectures edited, enlarged and updated Msrlawbooks TRANSFER OF PROPERTY 1929 By M S RAMA RAO B.Sc.,M.A.,M.L., Page 1 msrlawbooks© Transfer of property >>>>> INTRODUCTION Transfer of Property is
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  • Property outline
    CHAPTER 1: REMEDIES FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT THE GOALS OF CONTRACT DAMAGES Case name | Facts | Issue | Holding | Reasoning | Expectation | | | | | Hawkins v. McGee1 | P sues D surgeon for breach of warranty of operation success – “I guarantee to make a 100% perfect hand.” | Was t
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  • Lease agreement/rental property
    Residential Lease Agreement THIS LEASE (the "Lease") dated this 18th day of May, 2013 BETWEEN: _________________________ of ________________________________________________________________ (the "Landlord") OF THE FIRST PART * AND * _______________________________________________________
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  • Property insurance
    INTRODUCTION INSURANCE Insurance is a social device that provides compensation for the effect of loss incurred. It’s also a mechanism of providing financial stability to the insured. The insured pays premiums: that is, he’s compensated when the risk materializes. Importance of Insurance? |
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  • Property Law
    AQUIRING OWNERSHIP TO PROPERTY BY POSSESSION A prior possessor prevails over a subsequent possessor. 1. Acquisition by Discovery A. Doctrine of Discovery = the first to “discover” extinguishes others title to land A.i. Discovery/conquest of new land gives legal title to the finder...
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  • Why property damage is not good
    Why Property Damage is Not Good Now what have we learned from our actions? Truth is, we all learn from our mistakes. No matter how dumb the mistake is or how little. By every mistake a person makes, it makes him a better person the next day. Why? Because it is just the way us humans are. We lear
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  • The coase theorem says that as long as property rights are clearly defined, externalities do not matter
    The ‘Coase Theorem' as it has become known, was propounded by Ronald Coase of the University of Chicago and deals with a hypothetical world of zero transaction costs. His aim in so doing was "not to describe what life would be like in such a world but to provide a simple setting in which to develop
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  • Overview of intellectual property
    Intellectual Property Table of Contents Overview of Intellectual Property 3 Types of Intellectual Property Rights 3 Industrial property 4 Copyright 5 Controversy of Intellectual Property 5 Intellectual Property in the Digital Age 7 No Electronic Theft Act 9 Digital Millennium Copyright
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  • Transfer of property in unascertained & future goods
    TRANSFER OF PROPERTY IN UNASCERTAINED AND FUTURE GOODS INTRODUCTION: Where there is contract for the sale of unascertained or future goods, the property therein does not pass at the time of making of the contract. The property in unascertained goods cannot pass until the goods are ascertained .
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  • Automating property accountability
    The current procedures for determining liability for property loss and damage have proven to be insufficient. Applying modern technology to the process will help the Army more effectively deter property loss. From 2005 to 2006, the Army experienced a 17-percent increase in lost, damaged, or destr
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  • Intellectual property management
    Tamil Nadu Agricultural University AEC 621 Intellectual Property Management (1+0) Reading Material [pic] Dr. T. Alagumanai Department of Agricultural Economics Agricultural College and Research Institute Madurai – 625 104 2008-2009 contents |Chapter No. |Title
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  • Damage on manmade
    Damage on Manmade Structure Some lethal natural disaster such as earthquake and tsunami can give impacts as damage on man-made structure. For example, The Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the World was destroyed by an earthquake in 224 BC and also the Mausoleum of Halicarnasus in 140
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  • Fesibility of real estate property
    PROJECT FEASIBILITY REPORT FOR PANCHGANI PROJECT by AMs Project Consultants Pvt. Ltd. Version 2.0 Nov 2010 Confidential For Circulation within AMs Associates only Dated: 29 Nov. 2010 Page 1 of 11 th DOCUMENT INFORMATION The current owner of the master copy of this document is AMs Pr
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  • Risk arising in entellectual property
    Risk Arising in Intellectual Property Martha Kniphuisen, Tracy Branton, Thuy Mai, and Ed Mata LAW/531 Instructor: Dr. Maurice Rosano March 9, 2011 The actions a manager must take to identify Toyota’s intellectual property rights are associated to the greatest impac
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  • Intellectual property in music
    Intellectual Property in Music Critical thinking course Lecturer: Nguyen Thi Hong Linh International University Topic : “It isn't really stealing to copy music off the internet. True artists want their music to reach as many people as possible. They are more concerned about the effect of
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  • Property notes
    TORRENS TITLE * System of title by registration rather than registration by title (Breskvar v Wall (1971) 126 CLR 376. * Indefeasibility- The registered proprietor holds the title free of all unregistered interests. S42 Real Property Act 1900 (NSW). * Registration of a void instrument c
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  • The effectiveness of the insecticidal property of acacia seeds and bark against termites
    Cebu City National Science High School Salvador Street, Labangon, Cebu City RESEARCH PROPOSAL “The Effectiveness of the Insecticidal Property of Acacia Seeds and Bark against Termites” Submitted by: Trishia Naivee C. Diloy II-Oryza Submitted to: Mrs. Alita S. Labiaga Integrated
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  • Intellectual property
    Intellectual Property Copyright legislation is part of the wider body of law known as intellectual property. The term intellectual property refers broadly to the creations of the human mind. Intellectual property rights protect the interests of creators by giving them property rights over their
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  • Criminal law - murder and criminal damage problem
    Bob decides to kill his wife, Alice. He formulates a plan to throw a very crudely made petrol bomb through Alice’s office window one afternoon while she is at work. He makes the bomb and then catches a bus to Alice’s office. When he reaches the office block Bob climbs on a fence in order to g
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