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Nongovernmental Organization Strategies
According to the current paper, O’Rourke (2005) highlights the role of NGOs in today’s dynamic market. These NGOs claim that they are in the process of developing and conducting market campaigns which are aimed at reducing consumers’ consumption of inappropriate or environmentally unfriendly products.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Coursework
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A Licensee or a Tenant
According to the paper, it is mentioned that the distinction between a lease and a license was formulated in the leading case of Street v Mountford, where Lord Templeman asserted that the general test for determining a tenancy was to first consider the question of “exclusive possession” as a starting point.

 

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Hypnosis in Criminology
Investigations are conducted in almost every aspect of human associations within a society.Similarly, in order to learn anti-social behavior of members of society, criminological investigations are widely being conducted in every part of the world. Criminological investigations are considered to be very subtle in nature; because each and every pattern, which would be assessed during investigation, may lead to a number of indications of crime act. Decisions are then done through law suit case of
Pages: 15 (3750 words), Coursework
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International Contracts: Brussels Regulations
On Jurisdiction and the Enforcement of Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters of 1968, was established primarily to create unified legal processes by which reciprocal recognition and enforcement of judgments of courts or tribunals shall be given force and effect. It was likewise designed to protect vested rights of persons situated in the said nations as well as to avoid legal confusion or chaos in the determination or application of international jurisdiction of the courts, to facilitate
Pages: 16 (4000 words), Coursework
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Margarets Case of Sale of Three Terraced Houses, Richmans Use of the Car Park
Barbara’s ability to build the supermarket on the property and to take possession of the cottages will depend on the extent to which the restrictive covenants and the occupation of the two cottages are overreaching rights.  To start with, Barbara is bound by the restrictive covenant to the extent that it is reflected on the land registry.
Pages: 13 (3250 words), Coursework
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Arbitral Methods Are out of Court, not out of Law

In the case of specialized courts in France like commercial courts, French law is quite advanced if compared to other common law jurisdictions of France. In the US, there is no specialized courts and legal judges but in France, different specialized courts are present and the courts are driven by the major person called Judge.

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Section 31(1) of the Companies Act 2006 is a retrograde step in terms of a companys capacity. The provision re-asserts the ultra vires problem encountered by creditors in cases such as Ashbury Railway Carriage & Iron Co v. Riche (1875) LR 7 HL 653.
(5)In the case of a company that is entered in the Scottish Charity Register, the provisions of this section have effect subject to the provisions of the Charities and Trustee Investment (Scotland) Act 2005 (asp 10).” (Quoted from the Companies Act 2006)Under Section 2 of the Companies Act 1989, the requirements of the Memorandum of Association have been mentioned in detail. The Memorandum clearly should contain the name of the company, the location of the registered office and the objects
Pages: 9 (2250 words), Coursework
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Convictions and Pardons
In order to avoid revocation of the parole, it is mandatory for the released offenders to strictly observe the rules set by the parole board.In order to be offered a probation, the state laws depicts that the offender must retain a gainful employment, be a resident of a location that is approved by the probation officers, have no possession of illegal drugs or dangerous weapons as well as reporting to the probation officers as authorized (Lack, 1992). Based on the level of the crime committed
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Security for secured syndicated loans in an international context. ....... Analyse the different mechanisms which are generally used in the common law jurisdictions and the civil law jurisdictions to deal with the transfer of secured syndicated debt
The arranger is responsible for advising the borrower on the suitability of the facility and the terms thereof. It is the arranger that determines a syndicate of banks that would provide the facility2. A lender of a syndicated loan may decide to transfer their commitment for a number of reasons.The transfer may be necessitated by risk or portfolio management activities where the lender may consider its loan portfolio as being weighted with much emphasis put on a given type of loan or borrower
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Contract and Employment Law (Require: UK law)
In order to understand better the “garden leave” clause, let’s consider the Tucker v William Hill organization Ltd1. In this case, it was held that, where there is no contract provision that prescribe the time for which the garden leave will be in enforceable, there are limitations in this clause where an employee enjoys benefits accruing from professional activities apart from the economic benefits he/she receives. In this case, the court ruling heavily relied on the relation in the
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COURSEWORK INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYMENT LAW SEMESTER B 2012
In order for the court to decide whether the a contract employment was breached, it looks at a number of points: The length of time at which one has been Neil has been employed in the security company, the history of good performance reviews, whether the Dave violated the normal employment practice in firing Neil such as avoiding to give Neil a warning, and or whether the security company had given Neil promise of long term employment.If Dave acted unfairly by dismissing Neil, then Neil must
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Coursework
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Economic and Social Alignment between Mtis, Indians, and Inuit
Legally, land claims can also arise if there is a dispute or disagreement between aboriginals and the Crown over determining the exact rights of aboriginals. It is therefore critical to understand that land claims are individual in nature with each land claim has its own particular history and context within which it is being analyzed.
Pages: 20 (5000 words), Coursework
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E COMMERCE LAW
The best evidence rule provides that he who wants to produce evidence in a court of law must Endeavour to give the court the original evidence or the best evidence to assist the court to come up with the best legal conclusion. In Garton vs. Hunter (1969) and Springsteen vs. Masquerade Music Limited (2001) EWCA Civil case number 563, both Lord Denning and Parker LJ agree that the best evidence rule of admissibility has been overtaken by time. Parker LJ in his judgment points out that the
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Should the Death Penalty or Lifer Be Mandatory for All Murderers
In later years attempts were made to diminish the cruelty of the act of killing and make it as swift and painless as possible. Death sentences were also limited to very serious offenses. Post World War, most of the European countries abolished the death penalties, replacing them with sentences like life-long imprisonment and social service.
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Introduction to Business Law
In the second part of the question, I am acting as the legal advisor of the company, and the facts dictate that there is a limited liability clause. The question which needs to be answered over here is whether the clause prohibits the consumer to file a complaint or does it limits the damage which a consumer can avail. In the present scenario, the answer is that it limits the damage.The damage limitation clause does add to the overall picture of the entire situation, but it cannot negate the
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Personal development plan
Socially, my perfectionist attributes affect my relationship with others and therefore I intend on developing into an easy going person. However, I cannot totally change my admiration for neat and smart work, I can only be more admissive to the fact that human is to error, and that not everyone is perfect. After all, some errors can be corrected or at the least minimized.I am planning on furthering my education to the highest level possible, attaining my doctorate and also venturing into other
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Skeleton argument
Neither is it related to a particular individual in a specified situation but to the probability of influence on well-being7.The claimant is protected by the Noise and Statutory Nuisance Act 1993. The Act provides that noise in a street is referred to statutory nuisance8. The case of Baxter v London Borough of Camden [2000] [3.6] ruled that a person be supposed to act in the manner he/she expects from their neighbours. Furthermore, the case of Robb v Dundee City Council [2002] [3.7], stated
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Other topic
In fact, these grounds were part of the grounds of appeal against the decision The Prosecutor v Dusco Tadic (Jurisdiction of the Tribunal)1,2. Goalia and Romalia are signatory to the Charter of the United Nations 3, Universal Declaration of Human Rights 4, Vienna Convention on the Law Treaties 5 and Hague Conventions 6 In this regard, it will be instructive to discuss certain legal provisions that may be applicable to the respective States under consideration.This Court was established as a
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Introduction to business law
She thinks that this is a bargain and goes to purchase the laptop only to discover that it would cost her 700 to purchase the laptop. An advertisement is simply an attempt to solicit offers, and it does not constitute an offer (Blum 2007). An advertisement is not treated as an offer but simply an invitation to bargain or negotiate and cannot therefore be accepted as being contrary binding (Gillies 2004). The advertisement, in this case, can be understood as simply a mere request to consider and
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CONSTITUTION & ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
The key issue here is that the board was set up by the executive in disregarded the agreement between the Judiciary and the applicant. Clearly the prerogative act was used in doing this, arguably though, giving out money to the victims of violence is not such unique to deserve direct action of the executive.Moreover, Wade an administrative theorist agrees with the arguments of Dicey and Blackstone albeit at certain conditions that suggest he agrees more with Blackstone. He proposes that a
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Coursework
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