Advice style answers (defamation, duty of care, contract)

Arts laws are the guidelines governing art related services and also they offer advice on the same issues. In the case study provided it is evident GOODTIMES Inc failed in manning entrance to the festival due to the laxity of the security guys and for this a dancer had suffered for it. However for any […]

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Alternative Careers in Law

Having a law degree offers a world of opportunities. You don’t have to be solely a solicitor. One area you can choose to look at is become a barrister. Barrister If you’re not too fond of working with the public and just want to specialize and work mostly in the court room, then being a […]

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Should Alternative Dispute Resolution be made compulsory

Introduction. It is a sad fact of life that disputes can and do arise from even the most trivial incidents and activities. They are always totally unexpected and usually highly predictable. For a long time, people have been worried about civil litigation. It is costly, time consuming, worrying and takes a long time to decide. […]

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Ambiguity of a Written Contract in Australia

Question 2 Do you think that a written contract must be ambiguous before an Australian court may hear surrounding circumstances evidence? In order to answer the question, I think it fit to discuss the principles for interpreting written commercial contracts. Principles of Interpretation Interpretation of a written contract involves establishing the parties’ bargain. This involves […]

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Analysis of Coursework Feedback

In this feedback, I’ll be analysing and examining ways I could improve my first assignment. I also didn’t go into much detail about government bail-outs and how regulatory initiatives may help evade the risk of a ‘moral hazard’, involving around tax-payer bailouts. I should have talked about the liquidity provisions and BASEL III capital. Then […]

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Analysis of Doctrine of Equity

The doctrine of equity was created to fill in the gaps of common law by providing more flexible remedies, unlike common law which only provide damages such as injunction, specific performance, equitable estoppel etc. Equity only governed by the maxims where it is based on the principles of fairness and conscience and are not as […]

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