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Fybms Law Notes

Law Notes 1. Law: set of statutes and rules that individuals within a society are governed by and are compelled to follow Statute: law passed by government you must follow unlike a rule which you can’t be punished for 2. Jurisprudence: wisdom/knowledge/skill in law -- the science that deals with investigations of concepts, notions, and principles of legal thought. It enables us to explore origins of law and legal institutions. It also helps clarify the principles on which they were founded. It allows...

Civil law, Common law, Human rights 2385  Words | 6  Pages

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Law Notes

LAW OF CONTRACT NOTES FOR DIPLOMA STUDENTS The Following are for the Lecture 1. Agreement: is an offer made by one person and an acceptance of that offer by a person to whom the offer is made. The offer and acceptance change their characters and become promises. Refer to Section 2 (1) (e) of the Act. Contract: must be an agreement. The agreement must be enforceable by law. Essential Ingredients: 1. 2. 3. 4. Free Consent Competency or Capacity Consideration Creates Legal relations ...

Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company, Common law, Consumer Protection 1412  Words | 5  Pages

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Law Notes - Criminal Law

Charged with Arson. AO2 Points on the Law of Omissions:  Should there be a Good Samaritan law and wider liability? o Yes: Modern, moral responsibilities o No: Could do more harm than good, could be abused to commit crime  There are difficulties in deciding when a duty does and does not exist o Decided by judge, if there is sufficient evidence, and jury, if it exists and has been broken o Makes the law able to expand for new situations o Creates uncertainty in the law  Should a person really be liable...

Actus reus, Causation, Causation in English law 2234  Words | 7  Pages

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Law Notes

(post, pp. 63H - 64C, 78B - C, 85A). Decision of Mocatta J. [1974] 2 Lloyd's Rep. 216 reversed. The result may be summarised in this way. When a breach of contract has taken place the question arises: "Is the party who is not in breach entitled in law to treat the contract as repudiated or, in the case of a buyer, to reject the goods"? The answer depends on the answers to a series of other questions. Adopting Upjohn L.J.'s judgment in the Hongkong Fir Shipping Co. case [1962] 2 Q.B. 26 , 64, the...

Anticipatory repudiation, Breach of contract, Contract 2144  Words | 3  Pages

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Fybms Law Notes

personal property. 3) Artificial Legal Person – Company on registration becomes a legal person capable of entering into contracts in its own name. 4) Perpetual Succession – A company enjoys perpetual existence. Its is created by law and can be put to an end only by the process of law. Professor Grover highlights these feature by saying that even a bomb cannot destroy a company. 5) Holding and Disposal of Property – A company can hold and dispose of property in its own name. Property of the company cannot...

Company, Corporation, Legal entities 30683  Words | 83  Pages

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Entertainment Law Notes

Entertainment Law Note 1 – 10/19/2013 Law: Recognize issues, as you hone your craft and run your business. Caveat: Watch out! Be careful. What it’s not Risk management: To e proactive, but not reactive: when you react about something, it’s too late. Realize the things early than others and avoid the bad things happening. Producers are performing as attorneys. Producers are the head of the film. Will be asked lot of questions, should know all the answers. Filmmakers should know that...

Civil law, Common law, Copyright 696  Words | 4  Pages

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Business Law Notes

Business Law Notes- July, 10, 2008 Review from previous class session July 3, 2008  The Rules of Law regulate relations  Public Law: Relations between state and individuals • Exercise of power for state authority • Based on the Roman-German Tradition • Associated with the meaning of ‘Res Publica,’ (which means State & Society collectively) • Great Importance placed on Public Law-according to the European Continental Tradition  Anglo-Saxon Law: Based on Common Law • Case Law (law arrived...

Business ethics, Civil law, Common law 1374  Words | 7  Pages

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Media Law and Ethics notes

Media Law and Ethics Open Book Exam Question 1 – 2 points Where do the laws in Australia come from?  Present a succinct answer with reference to historical facts. In 1788 when Australia was discovered, we adopted the British legal system from Sir Arthur Philip; that each state was a separate colony. In 1901 when the Commonwealth of Australia was founded we attained our own Constitution with federal levels of government and a High Court to be used for appeals from the Supreme Court and as an...

Australia, Censorship, Defamation 1925  Words | 8  Pages

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Business Law Notes

Business Law – Complete Notes from Benjamin Wolfson Class taken Spring 2008 Quiz questions at end of document What is Law: Law is a set of rules for the peaceful resolution of disputes. (*better/more useful than book definition) It is impossible to set up a system that always resolves conflict. -The phrase “law exists to protect our rights” is incorrect, because law gives us our rights. Without the law, we would not have them. [ryan] we always want disputes resolved peacefully. ...

Appeal, Civil law, Commercial law 1473  Words | 7  Pages

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Land Law Notes

LAND LAW INTRODUCTION REVISION NOTES What is land? Law of Property Act 1925 s.205 (1)(ix) Land includes land of any tenure, and mines and minerals, whether or not held apart from the surface, buildings or parts of buildings (whether the division is horizontal, vertical or made in any other way) and other corporeal hereditaments; also a manor, an advowson, and a rent and other incorporeal hereditaments, and an easement, right, privilege, or benefit in, over, or derived from the land Law...

Lease, Personal property, Property 981  Words | 3  Pages

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Mass Media Law Notes

Mass Media Law Test #1 What is Law? A system to settle disputes. Primarily law serves to keep society orderly and is a system for settling disputes without violence. 5 sources of American Law 1) Common Reactive Laws: A system derived from England. Common reactive laws are an example of an “Inductive System of Law” (rules are developed over time after judges decide similar cases). There is a constant change in common reactive laws. i. The term “common” is used because its supposed...

Appeal, Appellate court, Common law 1853  Words | 7  Pages

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Law and Society exam notes

respected by all * Canadian Civil Liberties are outlined in our Charter of Rights & Freedoms Abstraction * it is the idea that the law should operate at a high level of abstraction that excludes consideration of the social context * law should operate in fair manner, not being attached to or have allegiance to a particular culture or set of norms. * The Form that the law takes is important, not content. * The Decleration of human rights speaks about the human as a subject. It is a universally nameless...

Human rights, Jurisprudence, Karl Marx 929  Words | 3  Pages

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Notes on the Law of Negotiable Instruments

Although negotiable instruments (eg bills, cheques, promissory notes, certain bearer debentures, bonds and share warrants) are categorised as commercial paper, not all commercial papers are negotiable instruments. Examples of commercial papers which are not negotiable instruments include bills of lading and share certificate Some negotiable instruments can be characterised as instruments of payment (eg bills, cheques and promissory notes) whereas others can be seen as instruments of investment (eg ...

Bearer instrument, Cheque, Commercial paper 1455  Words | 5  Pages

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Tort Law Lecture notes _Introduction

Tort Law Lecture 1 Pre-lecture Lecture Preparation: Do the assigned readings before the lecture  get most out of the lecture Know extracts of case  know what happen Terminologies and definition Read ‘lecture outlines’ for reading assignments Review notes from previous lecture 5-10 minutes before lecture Read learning outcomes to understand lecture objectives Readings and lectures don’t perfectly overlap, do both Bring the book to each class For instructions on marking your book see...

Civil law, Common law, Contract 1175  Words | 6  Pages

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Law Exam Notes

only used amongst others. Ie- adaptability, capability, type of work, sickness, performance, appraisals, qualifications, skills, disciplinary record. Volunteer redundancy- Be careful what you ask for! Obliged to consultation, don’t have to agree. Case law suggests three stage test: was the employee dismissed? if so, had the employer’s requirement for employees to carry out work of a particular kind ceased or diminished, or was it expected to cease or diminish? if yes, was the dismissal caused wholly...

Abuse, Collective bargaining, Discrimination 1340  Words | 4  Pages

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Law 11 Notes

ART 1163 Every person obliged to give something is also obliged to take care of it with the proper diligence of a good father of a family, unless the law or the stipulation of the parties requires another standard of care. Specific or determinate – identified by tis individuality. Cannot substitute Generic or indeterminate – refers only to a class or genus [genus nunquam perit: genus never perishes] Duties of debtor in obligation to give a determinate thing 1. preserve the thing ...

Contract, Creditor, Debt 1524  Words | 7  Pages

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Law of Seas Notes

what does it do? What article relates to contiguous zone – article 33 – slide number 12. What is the limitation of the contiguous zone – a state MAY control immigration in the contiguous zone – we can stop them from fishing, infringing customs laws, sanitary laws or any regulations within the territory or territorial sea – if no legislation, state can do nothing. From where contiguous zone is measured – from baseline – coastline is jagged therefore they use low watermark to do it. Need to know the article...

Baseline, Fish, Internal waters 1197  Words | 4  Pages

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Cpa Regulation Law Notes

REGULATION HANDOUT Business Law 2011 2011 Yaeger CPA Review Regulation DVD/USB R1 Mod 36 (ITAX)Individual Taxation Pt 1 58 Pt 2 59 Pt 3 57 Pt 4 57 DVD/USB R2 Mod 36 (ITAX)Individual Taxation Pt 5 57 Pt 6 58 Pt 7 58 Pt 8 58 DVD/USB R3 Mod 36 Individual Taxation Pt 9 60 Pt 10 58 Pt. 11 59 Mod 37 Transactions in Property Pt 1 56 DVD/USB R4 Mod 37 Pt 2 56 Pt.3 53 Mod 38 Partnerships Pt 1 57 Pt 2 57 DVD/USB R5 Mod 38 Pt. 3 57 Mod 39 Corporate Taxes Pt.1 59 Pt 2 57 Pt 3 58 DVD/USB R6 Mod 39 Pt...

Green Line, Harshad number, Joint and several liability 742  Words | 7  Pages

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Land Law Test Notes

Ffion Wyn Parry Land Law – Assessed test LA36130 1. Distinguishing between fixtures and chattels is important when deciding who the legal owner of property is. A fixture is an object which is attached irreversibly to the land, the removal of a fixture would result in the damage of the object. However the description of a describes how a chattel is not fixed it is an independent object resting on the land, and can be removed without causing damage. The distinction between whether an object...

Deed, Law, Lease 1078  Words | 3  Pages

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International Law Course Notes

International Law *Open covenant *collective security: 'all for one, one for all' / new form of alliance *Difference between Retorsion and Reprisal *Persona non grata : you are not favored here, so please leave. -predetermining boundary is important to decide who has the jurisdiction. -self-defense: killing person inside one's boundary in right reason -custom(unwritten rule) - not codified *Consulate del Mae -territorial sea(water): 3 miles -> 12 miles, to protect your area ...

Exclusive Economic Zone, International law, International waters 684  Words | 3  Pages

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Corporate Law Notes

Consequences of not observing the internal governance rules (Relevant Part to Chapter 22) Part 2B.4 is drafted so that the replaceable rules act as contractual terms binding on a company, its members and officers only by operation of s140 and not by force of law. • Failure to comply with the replaceable rules that apply to a company is not of itself a contravention of the Corporations Act. • This means that criminal liability, civil liability and injunctions do not apply: s135(3) If a provision of a company’s...

Company, Constitution, Corporate governance 1157  Words | 4  Pages

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Constitutional law notes

LSS Lecture Topics for Essays… Legislative…Privative Clauses…should they be legal, how does this accord with constitutional law..- recommended Rule Against Bias P will seek review of the decision on the grounds that DM failed to comply with natural justice (s.5(1)a, insofar as he was biased (how?) Test: would a fair minded lay observer reasonably apprehend that dm might not bring an impartial mind to the decision(ebner) A reasonable apprehension of bias FMLO has all relevant knowledge...

Critical thinking 697  Words | 3  Pages

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Physics Notes on Newton's Laws of Motion

last email and also it did not make perfect sense for me to note. As far as I am concerned the khan academy does not lecture it so I am not too sure in what to do about this. I am assuming finding velocity is the sole purpose of applying the law of conservation of momentum. Is this true? I also would like to note that a graph could not be drawn in some situations again due to me lacking the technology to send photos of handwritten notes. Hence there is sadly no examples of a problem for translational...

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criminal law notes MURDER

MURDER !! DEFINITION The classic definition of murder is that of Sir Edward Coke (Institutes of the Laws of England, 1797): "Murder is when a man of sound memory, and of the age of discretion, unlawfully killeth within any country of the realm any reasonable creature in rerum natura under the King's peace, with malice aforethought, either expressed by the party or implied by law, so as the party wounded, or hurt, etc. die of the wound or hurt, etc. within a year and a day after the same." ...

Appeal, Common law, Criminal law 798  Words | 3  Pages

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ACCA F4 Law notes 2

 Law Criminal Law Civil Law Crime committed against the state Sets rights & Duties of people between themselves Must prove guilt Must show liability Guilt must shown to be beyond reasonable doubt Liability shown on the balance of probabilities Regulates society by threat of punishment Rights the financial position so that no wrong had occurred Fine, imprisonment, community service. Damages or other remedies (specific performance/injunction ) Sources of Law Law Case Law (follow earlier decisions)...

Appeal, Common law, Court of Appeal of England and Wales 345  Words | 19  Pages

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Notes on International Finance and Finance Laws

loss of capital asset is not income: Glenboig; Californian Oil Products; Van Den Berghs * Week 3 Residency * Australian resident – taxed on worldwide income. * Non resident – only taxed on Australian sourced income * 1. Common law test - “reside” in Australia * 2. Statutory test – domicile test * 3. Statutory test – 183 day test * 4. Statutory test – Commonwealth Superannuation fund test * Reside * 1Levene * Facts – Tp a resident of UK. Went o/s and...

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Grade 12 Canadian Law Notes

Sources of Law: those parts of a legal system that have the longest historical development and represent the system’s cumulative values, beliefs, and principles. Code: a systematic collection of laws, written down and organized into topics. Custom: a long-established way of doing something that, over time, has acquired the force of law. Convention: a way of doing something that has been accepted for so long that it amounts to an unwritten rule. Secondary Sources of Law: current laws that enshrine...

Canada, Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Common law 1874  Words | 7  Pages

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Law Studies Module 2 Notes

include "noise laws" that restrict the amount of noise allowed in a neighborhood, weight limits on vehicles on certain roads, and "leash laws" for pets when they are outside. Another increasingly common ordinance is the banning of skateboards and inline skates in public parking lots. State laws have a wider impact than local ordinances. They set speed limits, define criminal acts, and regulate areas of life like car insurance, unemployment, welfare, and education. Some examples of state laws include high...

Bill Clinton, Law, Separation of powers 1140  Words | 3  Pages

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Business Law Chapter 31 Notes

(Second) or Agency (an authoritative summary of the law of agency) defines agencies as fiduciary relationships • Fiduciary – (adj) involving trust and confidence • Agency relationships commonly exist between employers and employees • Agency relationships can also exist between employers and independent contractors Employer-Employee Relationships • Normally, all employees who deal with third parties are considered to be agents • Employment laws apply only to employer-employee relationships,...

Agency, Agency law, Agent 1489  Words | 6  Pages

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Notes

Lecture notes Singapore symbol is lion Ancestor is important Death starts in hell – purge Buddhism – Release from suffering Buddhism appeals to Chinese from several reasons Buddhism tolerance from other religions and ways of thought. No history of persecution No wars No establishing a holy kingdom Tolerance Accepted Confucianism and Daoism. Although Buddhism is the way of truth., Confucianism and Taoism taught moral value. Buddhist salvation lies...

Anatta, Bodhi, Buddha-nature 878  Words | 4  Pages

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Criminal Law Chapter Study Notes

English/French. • Judge may exempt anyone with a personal interest/relationship in the case • The jurors must decide to acquit or convict the accused beyond a reasonable doubt (that is accused is guilty according to common sense as applied to the criterion/law) • Deliberations means: To discuss the aspects of a trial by carefully considering and reflection on the trial by carefully considering and reflection on the facts given; this can be done by a judge or jury. • A jury Foreperson is the man or women...

Court, Crime, Criminal justice 1216  Words | 4  Pages

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Notes

soon as practicable, but before close of escrow. (b) As soon as practicable, but before execution of any note or security documents. (c) As soon as practicable, but before the appraisal comes in. (d) As soon as practicable, but prior to recording. Your answer is correct. 8: If the required seller carry-back disclosure statement is not given as prescribed by law, the credit document (note, deed of trust, contract of sale etc.) is: (a) Void and unenforceable. (b) Valid and enforceable. (c) Voidable...

Annual percentage rate, Contract, Copyright 806  Words | 3  Pages

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notes

with a note-taking tool and a review document at the end or your studies. These questions relate to concepts that will be most likely be tested on the actual assessment. Current Tax System Why do we have an income tax? What other types of taxes are individuals and/or professionals subject to? How do tax laws affect decisions made by individuals? Businesses? How does the accrual basis vs. cash basis of accounting effect the amount of tax liability? How does congress use the tax laws? What...

Balance sheet, Corporate finance, Dividend 1649  Words | 7  Pages

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Law Notes

102(a)) and whether [witness] had any incentive to conceal or misrepresent the facts (s 102(b)). b. Made immediately after = significant weight etc 4. Go to “Prior Inconsistent Statements in Cross-Examination” notes for written PISs. 5. Demeanour a. Being shifty b. Not maintaining eye-contact c. Being argumentative d. There is no need for a voir dire because the jury would have already seen the witness acting inappropriately in the witness...

Common law, Cross-examination, Direct examination 3656  Words | 11  Pages

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business law chapter 21 notes

the expression of opinion by a seller that is not made as a representation of fact and creates no warranty. IF seller is an expert and gives an opinion as an expert to a layperson, then a warranty may be created. 3. IMPLIED WARRANTIES: One that the law derives by implication or inference because of the circumstances of a sale, rather than by the seller’s express promise. Necessary to show that an implied warranty existed and that the breach of the warranty proximately caused the damage sustained. ...

As is, Contract law, Deed 2384  Words | 7  Pages

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Law- Criminal Law Notes

Law 12 2012/2013 Criminal Quiz Summary Notes CRIMINAL LAW I know it’s illegal, but is it a crime? Many things are illegal: jay-walking, speeding, or setting up a clothes line outside to dry your laundry (in West Vancouver), but they aren’t necessarily crimes. What then makes something a crime? Criminal Law Criminal law deals with offences committed against society (often these appear to be against individuals). The purpose of criminal law is to keep order in society and deter the committing...

Crime, Crimes, Criminal justice 8662  Words | 32  Pages

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AS Law Notes

Law Lesson 5 HOMEWORK: Notes, page 76 – 79 and 82 – 85 write advantages and disadvantages for each of those DUE FRIDAY Through conciliation, the DCS offers disabled people a uniquely accessible and empowering alternative to court or tribunal action, as a way of exercising their civil rights under the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA). We provide an opportunity to resolve complaints relating to DDA Part lll (Goods and Services) and DDA Part lV (Education).  What is Disability Conciliation...

Alternative dispute resolution, Conciliation, Disability 401  Words | 2  Pages

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laws

Problem 1 Issue1 Is the La Rochelle website, including the slogan, protected by copyright law? Law Copyright law protects text, images and other forms of expression. The requirements for protection are as follows: (1) The creation is a ‘work’ or ‘subject matter other than works’; (2) The creation is original; (3)The creation is expressed in a material form. Application The slogan is not a ‘work’ or ‘subject matter’ because Single words, names, titles, slogans are too short to be protected...

Copyright, Expression, Fair dealing 591  Words | 3  Pages

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notes law

Bhd v Nasir Ibrahim [1992] 2 MLJ 355, SC The Supreme Court in this case held that the essence of consideration is that the promisee has taken upon him some kind of burden or detriment. Curie v Misa (1875) LR 10 Exch 153. Consideration under common law has been defined to ‘consist in some right, interest, profit or benefit, accruing to one party or some forbearance, detriment, loss or responsibility given, suffered or undertaken by the other’ Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co Ltd v Selfridge and Co Ltd [1915]...

Consideration, Contract, Contract law 10351  Words | 31  Pages

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Notes

Class notes – 4/27/13 1) Management structure – very important to know a) Tactical mgmt. – guide operational mgmt. b) Operational mgmt. (aka middle mgmt.) gets information from non-mgmt. c) I.e. In a bank i) Non-mgmt. = tellers and customer service reps. ii) Operation mgmt. – Mission statement, business objectives, business government, business compliance, business, function, business rules, & business process. 2) 80/20 RULE - people who bring 80% of business needs more attention...

Bank, Business continuity planning, Business school 361  Words | 3  Pages

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through which you can at the same time will that it become a universal law.”- Kant. This contends that individuals should act in a way that individual’s actions should be everyone’s choice and also an effective one. The arguments to categorical imperative are the absence of impulse and the nonexistence of commonsense. Categorical imperative must be independent of desires. 1D- NATURAL LAW one of the main problems with natural law is that individuals understand nature differently. Another concern...

A Theory of Justice, Ethics, Ethics of care 1387  Words | 4  Pages

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Law Notes

person’s failure to take reasonable care in circumstances where their conduct might foreseeably cause us harm or loss. What is a tort? • The Law of Torts is concerned with minimum standards of conduct expected between people. • To establish liability for a tort you have to go to court (ie. your right to expect certain conduct is conferred by law). Liability in tort is based upon a ‘relationship of liability’ existing between people, in contrast to contractual rights which are based on the...

Breach of contract, Common law, Contract 15532  Words | 91  Pages

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law

Florence Low Poh Geok Program / Intake: BCom27 Module: Commercial Law Lecturer: Daniel Theyagu Student ID: 32736209 Program Manager: Hazel Ong / Ang Kang Ling Total Words Count: 1998 Question 1A The legal point in question is whether Leila advertisement constitutes a binding contract and that she go can back on her promise of paying the reward $50 to Julie for returning the gold chain and locket to her. Relevant principle of law relating to this issue is that an advertisement made to the world...

Breach of contract, Contract, Contract law 2179  Words | 13  Pages

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Notes

first four months of operation, the strike force produced 317 arrests and 619 charges laid (Kelly 2009). The NSW Attorney-General, John Hatzistergos, is reported to have said the decision in the SA case of Totani would not affect the NSW laws (Lower 2009a), as the NSW law differs from SA's in key respects, especially in respect of judicial discretion (Clennell 2009a).   Cases Overview In April 2009 the NSW Government introduced legislation to control the behaviour of bikie gangs.  This followed an...

2009, Crime, Criminology 2294  Words | 7  Pages

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By-Laws

by-laws AUDIT 610 ADVANCED AUDITING ETHICAL CONDUCT & CODE OF ETHIC Prepared for: Madam Fairuz bt Fauzee Prepared by: Nur Rabiah bt Radzi Nur Hidayah bt Johari Nurul Hanisah bt Hasan Rohayu bt Rashid ACB 8Ba Question 1 1. There is violation of ethical conduct under professional independence( Financial interest).it is because Wani not take part in the audit of the client and the value of her shares is not material in relation to her husband wealth. 2. According...

Accept, Audit, Auditing 607  Words | 3  Pages

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notes

Sources of Scots Law LO1 Statutory are the acts of Parliament.. It is the most important Law making source in Scots Law. The statutes of the UK and Scotland are influenced by the European Legislation. The legislative bodies that affect Scotland are the UK parl and Scots Parl. Scotland has a different legal systemfor this reason certain statutes must take into consideration the difference between Scot and English law. Scotland has its own Parl to pass legislation on devolved matters only. Reserved...

Common law, Court of Session, Law 2003  Words | 5  Pages

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Law Notes

Australia's legal system is a common law legal system based on the: British legal system. Before we apply the law to solve a legal problem we need to: Locate the law applicable to the legal problem. Australia is a liberal democracy in that the executive government is made up of representatives: Elected by the citizens. Australia was initially regarded terra nullius at the time of British settlement, which means: 'Land belonging to no-one'. The notion of 'parliamentary supremacy' provides...

Australia, Common law, Law 369  Words | 2  Pages

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BE THE LAW

 LAW DEVELOPMENT CENTER NAME: SUNNA HILAL LUQMAN Answer to the question; BREIF FACTS: Peter reads an advertisement in the new vision of a special x-mas discounted fare of shs 20000 only to Arua by the executive coach bus company but on reaching he was told that the offer was only for the first ten customers and he was not eligible which made him pay 40000 for a regular seat. His suitcase with clothes valued at 1000000shs was given to another passenger whose suitcase was given to peter...

Acts of the Apostles, Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company, Contract 955  Words | 3  Pages

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note

1. Teachers need to use their professional skills, attributes and judgment every day – note at least 5 examples of unconventional methods of teaching that Ron Clark uses. • using the same method as how the students treat him: making students understand how bad it feels to be treated in that way • sacrificing himself (drinking milk): makes fun of himself (singing): give the students an impression that teachers can be informal • treat himself like one of the students (playing with the kids): break...

Culture, Education, Milk 1205  Words | 5  Pages

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Notes

Observations: French Revolution’s product, The Declaration of the Rights of Man buses words, begging the question and is built upon abstract propositions. Such improper usage of language is unacceptable and has no place in constitutional and fundamental laws. Article I: Men are born and remain free, and equal in respect of rights. Social distinctions cannot be founded, but upon common utility. Sentence 1: 1. All men are born free. 2. All men remain free. Problem...

Government, John Locke, Law 1201  Words | 5  Pages

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note

government holds control of shaping the business activates of a country. For maintaining a steady and upward economic growth The Government must try to make the environment for business organizations suitable. And the organizations must follow the laws of governments’ to run the businesses smoothly and making sure there is a level playing field. The main goal of businesses is to make profit and governments’ goal is to ensure economic stability and growth. Both of them are different but very co-dependent...

Business, Government, Management 679  Words | 3  Pages

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to be when you grow up ' Remember that most may say , I want to be this or that or like my mother or Premium695 Words3 Pages Administrative Law essay RULE OF LAW* Constitution of India: Article 14. “Equality before law. – The State shall not deny to any person equality before law or equal potection of laws within the territoy of India.” Dicey’s Rule of Law** Dicey said: “It means, in the first place, the absolute supremacy or predo...

All rights reserved, Copyright, Educational Testing Service 1034  Words | 4  Pages

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notes

succeed in this course. We might not take attendance, but we expect you to be present and on time. Experience has shown that excessive absences will adversely affect your final grade. If you must miss class, it is your responsibility to get the notes from a classmate. Those who fail to attend lectures or lab sessions more than THREE (3) times without any valid reasons may be barred from taking the final examination. Make-Up Tests/Quizzes There is no such thing. All tests/quizzes are required...

ALGOL, Algorithm, C 568  Words | 6  Pages

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Note

Frankfurt Rhine-Main, TourComm’s knowledge of the English language) PEST--Political factors are how and to what degree a government intervenes in the economy. Specifically, political factors include areas such as tax policy, labour law, environmental law, trade restrictions, tariffs, and political stability. Political factors may also include goods and services which the government wants to provide or be provided (merit goods) and those that the government does not want to be provided (demerit...

Demography, Marketing, Marketing mix 1008  Words | 5  Pages

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notes

encompasses and systematically connects many different social, economic and psychological variables to criminal behavior Supported by well-executed research Two Theoretical Perspectives on Crime Classical Theory Free will Decision to violate law is choice Two Theoretical Perspectives on Crime Positivist Theory Determinism Criminal behavior is result of social psychological biological influences Perspectives on Human Nature Conformity Perspective Humans basically good and want...

Assault, Crime, Crimes 1061  Words | 7  Pages

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from giving permission to this unauthorised sale. Section 26 (1) of Sale of Goods Act states that a buyer from a non-owner obtains no better title than the seller had, epitomising the meaning under the nemo dat quod no habet principle. The Mercantile Law Amendment Act specifies that "document of title" includes a Bill of Lading or a Warehouse Receipt, or any delivery docket for goods as proof . The Sale of Goods Act 1994 also specifies that a seller has certain responsibilities which must be fulfilled...

Caveat emptor, Competition, Competition law 2373  Words | 7  Pages

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slavery was allowed or not in the new territories was passed, the debate went to a whole new level. These events undoubtedly influenced the judge of Celia's trial- William Augustus Hall. In one instance, Hall had to appoint Celia a lawyer due to Missouri law, which held that a slave was entitled to a court-appointed attorney if accused of a capital crime. Hall who had Unionist sentiments and was a judge probably knew of the great debate between Atchinson and Benton, and popular sovereignty in Kansas; so...

Black people, British Empire, Human sexual behavior 1570  Words | 4  Pages

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notes

should go through to determine the best positioning strategy. NEW SERVICE DEVELOPMENT 1. Explain the approaches to service system design 2. Explain the concept of blueprinting. Bring out its importance in the context of service design. 3. Write a note on service design process 4. Explain the various elements that have to be taken into consideration while designing a service. SERVICE DELIVERY SYSTEM A. Employees Role in Service Delivery ...

Distribution, Marketing, Marketing management 838  Words | 4  Pages

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operations: Cash | 4,600 | Notes payable | 12,000 | Accounts receivable | 4,000 | Accounts payable | 500 | Revenue | 7,000 | Supplies expense | 1,000 | Supplies | 2,400 | Gas and oil expense | 600 | Advertising expense | 400 | Utilities expense | 300 | Equipment | 29,000 | Wage expense | 1,400 | | | | | Revenues | $46,000 | | | Total revenue | $46,000 | | | Expenses | | | | Advertising | 400 | | | Gas and oil expense | 600 | | | Notes payable | 12,000 | | | ...

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