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Running Head: International Law
Dr. James F. Rinehart
April 29, 2011
6407 FLATROCK RD #4
COLUMBUS, GA 31907
According to Slomanson, International Law is defined as the body rules that which nations consider binding in their mutual relations. It is assumed that all nations or states mentioned in this definition are a sovereign state. International Law has become much broader in scope with the increase of non-government organizations, the increase globalization, and the rising behavior of multinationals. This paper will describe what is International Law and its purpose. It will answer two
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1. What are the main sources of Scots Business Law?
A: The main sources of Business Law are UK Parliament (West Minister), European Parliament and Scots Legislation. Also, the others are Judicial Precedent, Institutional Writers and Custom.
2. Judicial Precedent is Superior to Statutory Law. Do you agree with this statement?
A: I disagree; the judicial precedent is formed from a case law, it’s known to be the most important source in common law. A law which is implemented by the judges from a case outcome, if the case law from past outcomes is regularly used in future cases in court, then it is foreseen as ‘in active use’ by the court, therefore, the law is presented to the Superior
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Criminal law is something that is very important because it protects the good people in society from the ones who tend to break the law. Each jurisdiction has its own laws and the way things are handled, but overall each jurisdiction has the same basis of criminal law to protect the people and to prosecute the criminals.
Criminal law sets procedures for arrests, searches and seizures, and interrogations. It also establishes the rules that are set in place for a trial and punishment for offenders. Some of the sources of criminal law are common law, criminal statues, and the Model Penal code. Common law is a judge made law that was created by judges by declaring that certain crimes were
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EUH 2000 0010
September 11, 2003
Natural Law – Essay #1
Cicero felt that Natural law is something that was created divinely before humanity was capable of doing so for itself. It is a morality ingrained in us since creation, before there was any set government or politician to create laws. “This power is not only older than peoples and governments but is of the same age as the God who protects and rules both Heaven and earth.” Though he concedes that, “Men introduced such laws to insure the protection of citizens and states, as well as the peaceful and happy lot of mankind.” So to Cicero, as I would believe to any ancient mind, since Natural Law is divine it supersedes anything
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LAW AND ENVIROMENT
Environmental law is a collective term describing international treaties (conventions), statutes, regulations, and common law or national legislation (where applicable) that operates to regulate the interaction of humanity and the natural environment, toward the purpose of reducing the impacts of human activity.
The environment law may be divided into two major subjects: pollution control and remediation, and resource conservation, individual exhaustion. The limitations and expenses that such laws may impose on commerce, and the often unquantifiable (non-monetized) benefit of environmental protection, have generated and continue to generate significant controversy.
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Correct Answer: | True |
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* Question 6
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| The Merit Systems Protection Board issues a rule. Like other administrative agencies' "legislative rules," this rule is as | | | |
| Selected Answer: | binding as a law passed by Congress. |
Correct Answer: | binding as a law passed by Congress. |
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* Question 7
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| Nemo's Seafood Restaurant Company pays income and other taxes collected by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Like other federal administrative agencies, the IRS was created by | | | |
| Selected Answer: | Congress, through enabling legislation. |
Correct Answer: | Congress, through
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1. For Week1 1, you will analyze cases based on the first letter of your last name.
* A - M: Chapter 2 (4-7) and Chapter 3 (8-10) in the Dynamic Business Law text
* N - Z: Chapter 2 (8-10) and Chapter 3 (5-7) in the Dynamic Business Law text
2. For each assigned case, analyze the issue based on the following criteria:
* Identify the parties involved in the case dispute (who is the plaintiff and who is the defendant).
* Identify the facts associated with the case and fact patterns.
* Develop the appropriate legal issue(s) in question (i.e., the specific legal issue between the two parties).
* Provide a judgment on who should win the case - be
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The word corporation is derived from the Latin word Corpus which also means body. A corporation is therefore a legal person brought into existence by a process of law and not by natural birth. Owing to these artificial processes they are sometimes referred to as artificial persons, not fictitious persons.
Company law can be described as the body of laws and rules that govern companies created under the United Kingdom Companies Act of 2006 (hereafter referred to as the Act of 2006). Section 1(1) of the Companies Act of 2006 states; “what company means as a corporation that is created, formed and registered under the aforementioned Act, which is one that was registered after such
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violate of duty of his service that is as a medical professional is not guilty of negligence. If he has acted in accordance with his service and with a proper responsible medical person experience is a special art. In this aspect the doctor is not a negligent.
2. Tort law
Tort law covers in various areas like a claims of passenger insured in a road accident, a patient issue by doctor negligence. People arrested by police wrongly, and landowner land has been trespassed on. The tort law comes when there is a violation of general responsible duty fixed by civil law . Normally tort law is committed and allows the victim to claim towards financial due to damage of this personal so that it is a
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LEGAL ASPECTS OF MANAGEMENT
Mr. Maneesh Yadav
Ankita Bhatnagar (JL12PGDM030)
Computers and their use is a day to day activity of all the students, professionals, teachers, Universities, banks, Supermarkets, in the entertainment field, in medical profession and also in higher education. The use of this Weapon is spreading very widely in all parts of our society. As every weapon has two ways of operation. One is good and essential and the other are bad and not essential. Many times, whenever a new weapon is invented, many people use it unknowingly for the wrong purpose. So to aware them and to make the proper use
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ethically in raising the defense that the contract was not in writing?
* As with the case for Winkel vs. Family Health Care, Winkel and Vranich enter into a modified oral contract which states Winkel will receive a higher salary and profit-sharing bonus after the departure of Dr. Qaas. This kind of contract would be classified as an implied-in-law contract (quasi-contract). Dr. Winkel performed his services and duties to Dr. Vranish for a year even though no contract existed. Therefore, the court would entitle Dr. Winkel the profit-sharing bonus.
Pertaining to the second question, Dr. Vranich protest of the altered oral modification of the previous contract not back by writing would not
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2.1.2 IT IS FARUDULENTS
Common law, is the two categories of agreements are not enforceable, the agreement and the agreement null and void. Invalid agreement in question is an agreement which is contrary to law or prohibited by law.
Agreement or contract that illegal is actually means the agreement entered into conflict with the law is carried out in a country. This is because, within the provisions made under section 24 (a) to (e) states that a response or the objectives of the agreement is not valid if it is included in one of the following five categories. Where, in accordance with section 24 (a) describes it is forbidden by law. Whereas, section 24 (b), however, said it is way
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Intention to create Legal Relationship 17
(2.2) Apply the law on terms in different contract. 18
Terms of Contract 18
Express Terms 18
Implied Terms 18
Terms of Contract in Employment Contracts 18
Expressed Terms in Contract of Employment 18
Implied Term in Contracts of Employment 19
General Implied Terms 19
Term Implied by Custom and Practice 19
Evaluate the Effect of Different terms in Given Contract 20
Task 3 22
Tort Law Liability 22
Tortious Liability 22
Contractual Liability 22
(3.2) Explain the nature of liability in negligence. 23
Nature of Liability in Negligence 23
(3.3) Explain how a business can be vicariously liable. 24
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Law Of Contract
Definition and Nature
A Contract is an agreement between two parties that creates an obligation to perform (or not perform) a particular duty.
According to Section 2(h) of the Indian Contact Act of 1872, A Contract is -
“An Agreement enforceable by law”
In other words, A contract is a binding legal agreement.
Thus we can say:
Agreement + Enforceability by law = Contract
Formation of Contract
PROPOSAL/OFFER [SECTION 2(a)]:
A person is said to make a proposal when “he signifies to another his willingness to do or to abstain from doing anything with a view to obtaining assent (Agree) of that other to such act or abstinence”
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Buss 200 Administrative Law Essay
The College Of New Jersey
Dr. Laura Sanders
A National Dispute
In the past decade there has been an increased controversial view of tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana. People have been divided on how to regulate these products in the market, causing much governmental controversy. There have been many groundbreaking and unprecedented court cases that have been shaping the public policy on which these substances stand on. These substances have an immediate and perilous effect on the health of all human beings. Tobacco is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States, alcohol
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The issue in the given situation is whether Mr. Robert’s revocation of offer is effective as against Mr. James.
Section 2(h) of the Contracts Act 1950 defines contract as an agreement enforceable by law. In order for an agreement to be enforceable by law, it must consist of six essential elements which are offer, acceptance, consideration, intention to create legal relations, capacity and certainty. Offer is defined in Section 2(a) of the Contracts Act as something which is capable of being converted into an agreement by its acceptance. According to section 5(1) of the Contracts Act, a proposal may be revoked at any time before the communication of its acceptance is complete as against
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WORKER’S COMPENSATION LAW
Beverly Tull was employed by Atchison since 1989 and began having hand, wrist, and shoulder pain in the fall of 1999. She was referred to a physician who noted in April 2000 that her carpal tunnel syndrome was "severe enough" for surgery. In June 2000, the physician sent a letter to Atchison stating that Tull expressed to me that her shoulder is actually hurting more than her hands, and she has been anxious to have her carpal tunnel released since very early this year. However, she seems to be somewhat of a silent sufferer and has been willing to hold off on surgical intervention. However,
we are having trouble with insurance coverage. Also, she has used an
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contract and does Elaine, Fazi and Gary have any basis to sue Danny for breach of contract, or is Harry’s offer to buy a van for RM18.000 valid?
Definition of a contract
Section 2(h) of the Contract Acts 1950
“An agreement enforced by law is a contract”
* The word ‘contract’ in a legal sense refers to an agreement between two or more parties that is legally binding between them
* All contract must be made upon an agreement
The essential elements of a contract
1. Proposal (offer)
3. Intention to create legal relations
7. Free consent
The proposal (offer)
Section 2(a) of
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BAI Danni February 2nd, 2014
LECORCHE Claire European Law
CHATELIN Mael MIM Program ZHANG Xuwen
Continuous Assignment – Team work: ABC Case
Part 2: Goods produced in India
I) Facts Summary
II) Applicable Law
V) ABC actions
I) Facts Summary
In charge of inspection shipment (pre or after??) suppler must to do the goods >US$3,300
Cost the fee of waiting for the lorry to carry the goods
Import some toys from India
That could be use of the marine transport
The article we will use for the case
Article I.1 The most favoured nation principle
Article III of GATT The national
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Learning Team Reflection: Week 3 IRAC Brief
Dipesh Mistry, Hala Alnajjar, Chad Salcido
August 23, 2015
Apple vs Samsung Patent Case – Intellectual and Digital Property Dispute
Intellectual property consists of patent, copyrights and ideas of the mind. Methods of dealing with disputes arising from theft of intellectual property include the uniform trade secrets act, US patent and trademark office and no electronic theft act. Personal property is any tangible property that is attached to the land or building owned or movable items like furniture or a painting.
Apple vs. Samsung is an intellectual property dispute due to the seven issuing
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Title : EXPERIMENTAL APPLICATIONS OF HESS’S LAW
Objective : To determine the heat of reaction by applying Hess’s Law for reactions whose energy cannot be easily measured directly.
An exothermic reaction releases heat into the surroundings and is usually observed as temperature increases in the solvent, container, and other immediate surroundings. The amount of heat released from the reaction can be expressed as
q reaction = q solution + q calorimeter ……..(1)
In this experiment, the calorimeter is assumed to absorb so little heat that q calorimeter is nearly zero and thus the equation simplifies to
q reaction = q solution
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Riordan Corporate Compliance Plan
June 11, 2012
James Mc Phail
Riordan Corporate Compliance Plan
Riordan Manufacturing, Inc.
Riordan Manufacturing is a global and international company that produces and sells plastic parts for the beverage manufacturing industry, automotive industry, aircraft manufacturers, and fan manufacturers. Riordan owns four major facilities in the United States Albany, Pontiac, Michigan, and Georgia. In addition, one joint venture located in China, in the town of Hangzhou. Riordan headquartered in San Jose, California is responsible for the creation of new designs, research, and development. The company employs 550 people worldwide
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* Chapter 20: The Formation of Sales and Lease Contracts
- When we turn to contracts for the sale and lease of goods we move away from common law and into the area of statutory law.
- UCC article 2: on sales, 2A: on leases
- The goal of the UCC is to simplify and streamline commercial transactions, allowing parties to form contracts without observing the same degree of formality used in other types of contracts by making laws governing sales and lease contracts clearer, simpler and more readily applicable to the difficulties that can arise during such transactions.
The Uniform Commercial Code (1949)
Comprehensive Coverage of the UCC
UCC: single most comprehensive codification of
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21. Currency exchange risk cannot be managed because the fluctuations of currencies cannot be predicted.
ANS: F PTS: 1
22. Government seizure of foreign assets is an example of international law risk.
ANS: F PTS: 1
23. Information to research foreign countries, markets, and trade agents is limited.
ANS: F PTS: 1
24. Freight forwarders act as the buyer's or importer's agent.
ANS: F PTS: 1
25. Freight forwarders act as the seller's or exporter's agent.
ANS: T PTS: 1
1. In Dayan v. McDonald's Corporation, the court ruled that:
a.|McDonald's quality standards were inadequate under French law.|
b.|The McDonald's franchise contract was
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the longevity of the company and the sooner a company gets out of bankruptcy the better chance they have of succeeding and having their stock values go back up. The number one reason a business is started is so that a profit is made and when profits are being made a company has to rethink its strategy and sometimes starting all over again is a viable option (Clarkson et al,. 2012).
Clarkson, K.W., Miller, R.L., & Cross, F.B. (2012). Baker College Law 312 – Advanced business law (12th ed.). Mason, OH: Cengage Learning.
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of Walsh v Lonsdale in 1882; however as it can be seen in 1925 the formalities were required for all property under a trust. However, it seems to be that the argument for these formalities is that they clarify the intention of the settlor.
S. 53(1)(c) of the Law of Property Act 1925 (LPA 1925) is now the defining piece of legislation for where trust formalities can be identified. In the case of Timpson’s Executers v Yerbury it was held that the formalities of a trust can be identified in the written disposition of the trust and the transferring of the property to the trustees. The interest in respect to Uncle Joe’s Trust is an equitable interest; therefore should comply with s. 53(1)(c
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, who knew that those who are educated and coming from a wealthy family can also pertain to the world of crime and mischief. We as human beings tend to also be judgmental, assuming that only unprivileged men have a drive to commit an offense against the law then a prosperous individual. Nevertheless, it is not our evil doing that we are regularly pushed to foresee this problem this way, especially not when it is the media, the government, and the media are the ones who painting this picture for us.
In this universe we are surrounded by none ending crime, crime is broking down into two sections that have categories of their own those are street crime and white collar crime. An in my Research I
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Adequacy of Legal Protection for Auditors
Department of International Business, Faculty of Accountancy and Management, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, firstname.lastname@example.org
This paper was presented at the International Conference on Emerging Issues in Public Law: Challenges and Perspectives, Faculty of Law, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), 13th to 14 December 2011, Shah Alam, Malaysia.
In Newton v Birmingham Small Arms Co (1906), the English court made it clear that the rights of auditors cannot be abridged nor restricted by any regulations of the company. This is to ensure that the auditors’ rights are secured. The rights are unqualified and
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The law of contract
A contract is an agreement giving rise to obligations which are enforced or recognized by law.
A contract is a legally binding agreement which is enforceable in law.
Formality: the law imposes no requirements regarding the form that a contract takes. Generally, a contract made orally is just as valid in law as written contract signed by both parties.
如果there is some good reason for doing so, 这时候law 就会impose requirements. 三种不同的requirements：
1. required to be made by deed (deed 是一个legal document专门用来create right的，formality更加的strict). 例如:有关land的interest问题，合同长度超度3年的， lack consideration的合同(这种lack consideration的合同一般认为not binding 除非made by deed)
2. required to be in writing
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Word Count (including footnotes):1997
Due Date: 16/4/2012
Name of Tutor: Michael Duffy
Name of Unit: Corporation law
Issue: can shareholders force the company comply with the replaceable rule and clause2.1?
Under s134, a company’s internal management may be governed by provisions of the Corporations Act that apply to the company as replaceable rules, by constitution, or by a combination of both. Orchard Downs Pty ltd’s internal management is governed almost exclusively by its own constitution. The only replaceable rules it uses are the replaceable rule in s201G and the replaceable
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educated opinion on whether the case should go to trial or if the victim would be better served by accepting the settlement offer. If the offer is not suitable and once the victim has decided against settlement, he or she may opt to move forward with a trial (Cheeseman, 2010). During the trial the victim, now the plaintiff, will require counsel of some form (Cheeseman, 2010). Unless the plaintiff elects to present his or her side of the argument and is well versed in the law, he or she will need the services of a legal counsel. In case a deposition is required, the plaintiff will need the services of a lawyer (Cheeseman, 2010). Finally, once the lawsuit has gone to trial, there will be a multitude of issues that must be handled by an attorney, leaving the plaintiff with little choice as to retaining counsel. From jury selection to questioning witnesses, a skilled attorney is vital to the case. The plaintiff’s choice to employ legal counsel becomes a necessity if settlement is declined and the trial process begins.
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Classifications of Law
The classification of law starts with the understanding of the two major legal systems, common law and civil law. Common Law is the legal system that emphasizes the role of judges in deciding the meaning of laws and how they apply as a whole. Civil law is relies more on legislation than judicial decisions to determine what the law is. Like common law nations decide the facts in a disputed case, but civil law courts are not obligated to follow recent judicial decisions or presidents. (O. Lee Reed, 2013)
The famous trial of MacPherson v. Buick Motor Co. in 1916 in which Judge Benjamin Cardozo based his decision on a similar case that was tried about a year earlier
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Concept of law:
It was proposed by Prof. H L A Hart.
The Concept of Law (ISBN 0-19-876122-8) is the most famous work of the legal philosopher H. L. A. Hart. It was first published in 1961 and develops Hart's theory of legal positivism (the view that laws are rules made by human beings and that there is no inherent or necessary connection between law and morality) within the framework of analytic philosophy. In this work, Hart sets out to write an essay of descriptive sociology and analytical jurisprudence. The Concept of Law provides an explanation to a number of traditional jurisprudential questions such as "what is law?", "must laws be rules?", and "what is the relation between law
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Rule about Contracts: -common law/UCC uniform commercial code. UCC is for buying and selling goods, common law contract is for everything else, Party, subject matter, price,delivery, payment terms – all neds to be listed in common law Party and subject matter – 2 things for UCC- everything else is filled by the judge based on the reasonableness.
Contract is a promise or set of promises for breach of which the law gives a remedy, or the performance of which the law in some way recognizes as a duty. Contract is a set of voluntary promises that the law will enforce for private parties.
Sources of Contract Law:/ Law that governs contracts
1) Common law
* First law of contracts
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Know the branches of Gov.
Legislative – article 1 of the constitution
* Statute, ordinance, anything in law is legislative.
Article 2 – executive
* President, vice president cabinet
Judicial article 3
* Interpret the law
* Judicial review * determining the constitutionality of laws
4th area of law is – administrative law
* Law made by administrative agencies, fda sec irs. Created by congress to inact more laws
History of our court system
* Our law basically originated from England
* Appointed judges in each village, when judge made a ruling he was told to tell other judges in nearby villages to determine a common hearing
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State and Federal Court System
There are two kinds of courts within the United States; those courts are state and federal courts. The establishments of state and federal courts are local and state courts are established by the state. Federal courts are established by the U. S. Constitution. This established court decides arguments that involve the constitutional laws. State courts have a broaden jurisdiction, those cases are most likely to involve robberies, traffic violations and family disputes and those cases are normally held in state court.
The Constitution of the United States (U.S.) has established a system in which the federal government
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LST2LBA: Law of Business Association
Semester 3- 2012
Student’s Name: Wu Tingting
Student’s ID: wuttd101
1. Whether Toan has eligible to bid at this auction
2. At this auction. Toan represent company or individual
3. whether Toan has breach of the government’s policy and laws containing that policy
Relevant Rules of Law
No matter how many shareholder exist in a company, there is a Under S119 separate legal entity between the company and its member. Like the case Saloman v Saloman& Co Ltd.
Under S119 a company comes into existence as a body corporate at the beginning of the day on which it is registered
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1) Which of the following does not result in a decision rendered by the hearing officer?
D. Using expert evaluators
2) Jurisprudence is defined as
A. adjudication of law suits
B. the enactment of laws by a government body
C. the science and philosophy of law
D. the duties and obligations owed by a citizen
3) The state of Kansas has enacted a new law requiring all commercial trucks driving on Kansas roads to have special mud flaps installed. These mud flaps have been proven to make driving in the rain significantly safer due to reduced mist created by trucks driving in the rain, although data regarding accidents and injuries has
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‘English law is based on an objective theory of contract. The commercial advantage of this approach is that it promotes certainty and predictability in the resolution of contractual disputes. Also as a matter of principle, it is not unfair to impute to the parties to a contract or a potential contact an intention that in the event of a dispute a neutral judge should decide the case applying an objective standard of reasonableness.’
Discuss whether an objective approach is satisfactory and the extent to which English law is committed to that approach in relation to the finding of offer and acceptance.
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As societies have advanced, trade has become an essential element
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26th of November 2012
In this case I am working in Electrocorp, as the Chief Executive of the company. Electrocorp is an electronics company manufacturing onboard computer components for automobile. The company is facing an important choice to do. It can make more money for shareholders in relocating plants to a country with lower labor costs, less strict environmental regulations. Until now, all our plants are implanted in United States and until recently the company was
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Running Head: Juvenile Justice
Juvenile Justice Case Law
PSF5372 - History of the Juvenile Justice System
Approximately 12, 8-10 year old children commit suicide every year because they are victims of bullying, whereas 1.3 million children a year bully others. Recent incidents of school violence have brought bullying to the nation’s attention in a dramatic way. Research shows that approximately 30% of teens in the United States either bully, are targets of bullying, or both (National Youth, n.d.).
Some bullies attack their targets physically, which can mean anything from shoving or tripping to punching or hitting, or even sexual assault
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UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS General Certificate of Education Advanced Level
LAW Paper 3 Law of Contract Additional Materials:
* 9 8 7 2 3 4 4 9 6 9 *
May/June 2012 1 hour 30 minutes Answer Booklet/Paper
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST If you have been given an Answer Booklet, follow the instructions on the front cover of the Booklet. Write your Centre number, candidate number and name on all the work you hand in. Write in dark blue or black pen. Do not use staples, paper clips, highlighters, glue or correction fluid. Answer one question from Section A, one from Section B and one other, thus making a total of three responses required. At the end of the
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The law of connection
In Isaiah chapter seven Isaiah is giving a prophecy to Ahaz who is looking at a potential war with the kingdoms of both Israel and Aram. God spoke to Isaiah and told him to go to Ahaz, and tell him to “be careful, be quiet, do not fear”. The lord spoke through Isaiah saying that Rezin and Pekah, the kings of Syria and Israel, were like burning firewood that will soon be burnt up and gone. God wanted to have Isaiah assure Ahaz to not let his heart grow faint, and to keep his faith that the Lord was looking after him. Isaiah makes a prophecy that in sixty-five years Israel “would not be a people anymore”. A prophecy that came true in 669 B.C. when
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Even though the Central London Property Trust v High Trees Pty case suggests that past consideration can be valid given the circumstances, there are many other cases after the High Tree case shows the concept of past consideration is not good consideration still an indicator of judgment in court. In the Re McArdle court of appeal case in 1951, Majorie McArdle carried out some repairs and improvements on a bungalow, such property was part of the family estate her father in law owned before he passed away. According to Majorie’s father in law’s will, he had left the bungalow along side all property under his name to his wife for life then on trust for Majorie’s husband and his four siblings
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Statute and Case Law Relationship Paper
Michelle R Wilson
April 5, 2006
Anti-Discrimination Laws were enacted to "promote fairness, equality, and opportunity within the workplace." More distinctively, these federal employment laws prohibit employment practices that discriminate on the basis of race, age, gender, national origin, color, disability and religion. The same laws also prohibit employers from striking back against those persons who filed claims of discrimination.
There are several civil rights statutes that employers must become familiar with
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According to Section 2(b) Contracts Act, 1950, ‘contract’ can be defined as ‘an agreement enforceable by law. It can be understand that a contract is an agreement which is legally binding between parties. There are 5 basic elements constituting a contract such as offer, acceptance of the offer, intention to create legal relations, consideration, certainty and capacity.
Abu who operates small business manufacturing engine oil filters. He placed an advertisement in a car trade magazine stating that he would supply a filters at RM35.00 per unit, but he will consider reduction the price for large orders. Then a week later he received a letter from Brothers to asking about the quotation to
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Labor Law and Unions
Richard S Gist MD
10 September 2012
Prof Phillip Norris
Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City is an 1100 bed tertiary teaching medical center with a large, diverse nursing staff. Due to increasing dissatisfaction with management, the nursing staff of
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NOTTINGHAM LAW SCHOOL LL.B 2012-2013
LL.B – DISTANCE LEARNING
Please complete and submit this form as the first page of every coursework otherwise your coursework will not be accepted.
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Subject:Law of Contract……………………… Coursework Number: Two
Date of Submission: 6th January, 2013
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Law of demand: the principle that there is inverse relationship between the price of good or service and the quantity the buyers are willing to purchase in a defined time period, ceteris paribus. First what is the Difference between 1. Change in quantity demanded and changes in demand. 2. Change in quantity supplied and change in supply? 1. Change in quantity demanded: Changes in price occurs change in quantity demanded, along the curve. 2. Change in demand: Changes in non-price determinants occurs change in demand, it shift the curve. • None price determinants of demand: 1. Number of buyers, 2. Test and preferences, 3.income, 4. Expectation of buyers, 5. Price of related goods.
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or object code, shall be protected as literary works under the Berne Convention 1971, which relates to protection of literary and artistic works. It also lays down that compilations of data shall be protected as such, without any prejudice to any copyright subsisting in the data or material itself. Hence it is difficult to conclude from the TRIPS Agreement whether computer programs are to be predominantly protected under the copyright law and not under the patent law. It may be stated that making claim to objects such as computer software as patentable items according to TRIPS Agreement is a debatable issue. One view is: that Article 27 of TRIPS requires Member Governments to grant patents on