• Criminal Law Chapter Study Notes
    Jury • A group of citizens sworn to hear testimony and evidence at a trial and decide if the defendant is guilty or not of committing the crime(s) Trial by Jury • The fate of the accused is determined by peers How is a jury selected? • Through a process called empanelling: A list of juro...
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  • Chapter 19 Law
    CHAPTER 19 FORMATION AND TERMS OF SALES CONTRACTS Outline I. Introduction The Uniform Commercial Code was prepared to simplify and modernize the rules of law governing commercial transactions. A. Sale of Goods Article 2 applies to all contracts for the sale of goods. Som...
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  • Business Law Chapter 3 and 4 Outline
    Chapter 3 & 4 Outline: Chapter 3: Jurisdiction Chapter 4: Alternative Dispute Resolution Chapter 3: Jurisdiction Equal Protection 14th Amendment of US Constitution Nor deny any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws 2009 Iowa Supreme Court Case Matter of equa...
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  • Business Law Chapter 5
    Chapter 5 Constitutional Law I. The Constitutional Powers of Government 1789 i. A Federal Form of Government- national government and the states share sovereign power ▪ National gov’t has the implied power ▪ All other powers are reserved for states under 10th amend â€...
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  • Real Estate Law Chapter 12 Notes
    RELAW chapter 12 notes Realtors Learn the current trends. Ex: 65% of US households don’t have kids under 18. Current aggressive buyers are generation y (35 years). Key: get 1st time homebuyer- generates 3 other buyers Spring mkt will run long until jun-jul this year. Every % interest rate...
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  • Law Quiz Chapter 1
    Law quiz chapter 1 Common law is a type of law that only applies to "common" transactions involving less than $100. True False status: correct (1.0) correct: false your answer: false feedback: Correct. Common law describes a body of law centuries-old traditions, rules...
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  • Business Law Chapter 1 Exam
    The Nature of Law True / False Questions 1. The U.S. Constitution recognizes the states' power to make law in certain areas. True False 2. Uniform acts are model statutes drafted by private bodies of lawyers and/or scholars; they become law only after legislature enacts them. T...
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  • Law and Society
    CLASS DISCUSSION TOPIC: Classification of Law Question Suzana came to see you, a legal officer in Biro Bantuan Guaman and related the following: Although she is from Penang and married a fine young man from Johor Bharu, they were married in Golok because her father had objected to her m...
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  • Administrative Law Notes
    THE UNIVERSITY OF ZAMBIA School of Law L341 - ADMINISTRATIVE LAW ∗ Please note that this is a draft. The material is under revision. ∗This material has been prepared by John P. Sangwa and was initially part of a larger study undertaken by the author. The material is meant for student...
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  • Family Law Int. Notes
    Lecture 1 – Marriage and civil partnership The thing about marriage is that even though there are a variety of family forms that exist in the society today, such as unmarried co-habitation, there’s also a form called poliminary which is poli – standing for many and amiry – standing for love...
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  • Family Law Adoption Slides for Sem Iv
    Updated: June 2009 LIST OF ATTORNEYS CITY Mumbai CONTACT INFO Bombay Bar Association Room No. 57, 3 rd Floor Mr. Rahul Chitnis, Honorary Secretary High Court Building Tel: 91-22-5633-3901 (O) Mumbai 400 032 mobile: 9821020330 Phone: 91-22-2267-3367 Email: nonsec@bombaybar.com SPECIALTIES/REMARKS Ah...
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  • Law of Contract Study Guide
    LAW OF CONTRACT (1) LAW 436 LAW OF CONTRACT Definition of a contract : >Section 2(h) Contract Act 1950 “an agreement enforceable by law is a contract” ELEMENTS OF A VALID CONTRACT Elements required for the formation of a contract 1. Proposal 2. Accep...
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  • Criminal Law
    **Note to self- Omission is a part of actus reus. (See Lexis Nexis outline) Pope v. State Identity of Parties Plaintiff Defendant Joyce Lillian Pope Procedural History • Joyce Lillian Pope found guilty on 3rd and 5th counts of 9 counts • 3rd count= child abuse • 5th count=mispris...
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  • Criminal Law Study Guide
    Capital Punishment (p. 341-365) A. The Constitutional and Policy Debate • Furman v. Georgia: Supreme Court set aside death sentences in four GA cases, concluding that capital punishment is unconstitutional in all circumstances, regardless of procedures used to administer penalty...
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  • Comparison of Common Law and Civil Law
    COMMON LAW V CIVIL LAW COMMON LAW(characteristics)for comparing or contrast purpose Common law systems are mostly found in former british colony and protectorate including US, it is less prescriptive than civil law system,citizens are benefited by enactment and legislation in specific fields.mo...
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  • Company Law Checklists
    CONDUCT ISSUES |When dealing with a conflict matter: | | | |Identify...
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  • International Law Notes
    International Law Book Notes I. Chapter I A. History of International Law i. “Nations ought to do to one another in peace, the most good, and in war, the least evil possible” –Montesquieu to Napoleon ii. Int. law predates several countries iii. Sovereig...
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  • Commercial Law Case Digests
    Cargill vs. Intra Strata Assurance Corporation; March 15, 2010 Issues: 1.Whether petitioner is doing or transacting business in the Philippines in contemplation of the law and established jurisprudence; 2.Whether respondent is estopped from invoking the defense that petitioner has no legal capac...
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  • Criminal Law Outline
    Criminal Law SPR 08 I. Burden of Proof for a Criminal Case a. Beyond a Reasonable Doubt i. No std jury instruction ii. This standard lets guilty go before convicting the innocent (in theory) b. Innocent until proven guilty c. When you...
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  • Land Law - Leases
    Land Law Leases 1. Introduction Leases in general may be the most valuable category of interest in land other than freehold estate. A lease may also constitute a legal estate. In some cases, such as flats, it may even replace freehold as the operational form of “ownership”. On the oth...
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