• No Evidence Rule
    Administrative Law, Trimester 2, 2012 Assignment Question „[The] statutory “no evidence” ground of judicial review is both wider and more specific than was the case with “no evidence” grounds for judicial review at common law.‟ Justice Kirby, Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs v...
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  • Develop the Law Through the Operation of Doctrine of Judicial Precedent and Application to the Rules of Statutory Interpretation
    as well as when they are combined in the development of law. To what extend can a judge develop the law through the operation of doctrine of judicial precedent and application to the rules of statutory interpretation will be discussed in this assignment. In the first place, this assignment will...
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  • Introduction to Entrepreneurship
    Principles of Business Lw LAW4250 ASSIGNMENT DATE: Autumn 2011 WORD COUNT: 1500 Words SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 18th October 2011 What are the principal powers available to the courts in connection with the interpretation and application of statutory legislation. How do judicial...
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  • Aaasdgghgfhfdfgdf
    include: * acquisition of basic statutory interpretation skills and case law analysis; * an understanding of the core structure, processes and issues inherent in the New Zealand legal system; * an overview of local government reform since 1989; * an understanding of the relevance of the...
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  • Business Law - Statutory Interpretation
    only prohibits under-age persons being in the ‘vicinity’. The Crown argues however that the word ‘vicinity’ also extends to persons ‘in’ the betting shop or ‘on’ the premises. Advise Ian of: a) the various methods of statutory interpretation that may be considered to resolve this problem b...
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  • Electronic Commerce: Formal Requirements in Commercial Transactions Advice from the Law Commission
    3.5 We consider below whether a statutory requirement that some message, typically a notice, be given in writing can, as English law stands, be satisfied by an electronic communication. In doing so we have regard to both the Interpretation 4 Act definition and the functions of writing. Whilst each...
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  • A new approach to statutory interpretation
    Assignment 01 Introduction The enactment of both the interim and final Constitution ushered in a new approach to statutory interpretation. In this essay I argue that the statement made by the court in Daniels v Campbell 2003 (9) BLCR 969 (C) is true. The interpretative approach adopted by...
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  • Tutorial Questions
    LEGT 1710 BUSINESS AND THE LAW Week 1 11 March Introduction: The Role of Law in Business Statutory Interpretation & Legal Reasoning Introduction to Contract Law • • • • • • Week starting Lecture topics Topic information NO TUTORIALS What is law? / Sources of law The Australian Constitution and the...
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  • Law Def
    (active) * promisor: the party obligated to provide a benefit * assignee a third party to whom rights under a contract have been assigned * statutory assignment: an assignment that complies with statutory provisions enabling the assignee to sue the other party without joining to the...
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  • Statutory Interpretation
    Law Assignment Statutory Interpretation Anthony Thompson-North Statutory interpretation is the process of interpreting and applying legislation. Some amount of interpretation is always necessary when a case involves a statute. Sometimes the...
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  • Statutes of Interpretation: Public Carriers and Association
    statutory interpretation in order to arrive at a just conclusion. From the court’s judgment, it is evident that the orthodox text-based (literal) approach to statutory interpretation was more influential in assisting the court to reach a decision. However, post 1994 it has become apparent that the...
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  • Quebect Court - Employee VS Employer
    The appellant city hired a temporary employee through a personnel agency to work for 6 weeks as a receptionist and then for 18 weeks as a clerk. During the two work assignments, the employee’s wages were determined and paid by the agency, which submitted an invoice to the city. The employee...
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  • The Consolidation of the Criminal Law Into a Criminal Code by Sir Samuel Griffith Marked a Watershed in Australian Legal Jurisprudence. Discuss.
    within two systems of criminal law as jurisdictions cross path , as indicated in the introduction. However, the High Court has actively promoted convergence between the Codes and the common law due to the nature of the code’s statutory language and difficulty in interpretation . As highlighted...
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  • legislation
    members of the public who have been affected. The Rules of Statutory Interpretation by the Court The meaning and effectiveness of a statute is only apparent when judges have interpreted it. Often, however this is not a simple exercise. The courts have devised several...
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  • conceptual framework
    AMIRAH BT SAIKH MD NOR 108569 [ACKNOWLEDGEMENT] Through this opportunity, we would like to thank Professor Dr. Fauziah Md. Taib, our ACW367’s lecturer because she gave us a lot of valuable information and guidance throughout this assignment. We gratefully devote our thanks her since she is...
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  • W100 Tma02
    Rules and rule making p. 116) this is a byelaw The Judiciary courts deal with common law and statutory interpretation. Common law is made by judges, through the interpretation of statutes and acts it has a number of different definitions but is related through the judges interpretations and through...
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  • Clri Law Essay
    Common Law Reasoning and Institutions Essay Topics 2011/12 You are to choose one of the following 6 topics following the guidelines as follows. Assess the validity of one of the statements in questions 1-3 1. ‘The approach of the Law Lords to statutory interpretation has been radically changed by...
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  • Law - Riggs v. Palmer
    Assignment 3: Riggs v. Palmer For this assignment we ask you (1) to give a summary of argumentation in the Opinion of the Court and in the Dissenting Opinion (2) to evaluate these two opinions and (3) to give your opinion on Dworkin’s analysis of the decision and his theory about legal...
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  • W100 Tma02
    learning. This assignment tested the following learning outcomes: knowledge and understanding of law making in the Westminster Parliament and its advantages and disadvantages knowledge and understanding of statutory interpretation knowledge and understanding of the doctrine of precedent...
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  • construction contract
    CPCCBC4003A Select and Prepare a Construction Contract Marking Comments Assignment 1 An excellent submission, Welcome to this subject, a good start to this subject with this first assignment. My name is Cliff McSorley; I will be marking your assignments for this subject. Part 1...
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