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    Legal Realism Of Law

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    1) The first Objection based on legal realist of law is that law is made by legal legislatures and constitutions which works in one state might not work in another and that it could go both ways and it is left in the hands of the judges to make a decision which could affect both parties. Law as stated above is made by constitutions and legislatures but the law is merely a state prediction as to how it will follow. The example given is of a taxi business which is owned by the Jones family who own…

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    3.1. The validity of the will of the late William York In terms of the validity of William York's testament, there are two ideas: - The plaintiff argued that some of the provisions in the will were not legal - The defendant believes that the will is done in accordance with the law In the Supreme Court of Queensland, the two sides gave evidence to protect their opinions. - The plaintiff argued - The testament was prepared by a solicitor, Mr Pack, but Mr Taylor and Neil were not present when…

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    Comparing Two Websites

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    related to discounts, which customers often look for. As well as, there is a search box where customers have the opportunity to find out more information and discover the topics related. In both the websites, images have been used to make the website appeal to the user and to make it stand out. There are flash animations used so the customers develop a clear understanding and are more involved. There is a contact section in both of the websites, which is important because the customers might…

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    Argument Against Cardoza

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    Essay # 1 – Palsgraf v. Long Island R.R. Co. In this essay, I argue against Cardoza’s ruling in the case of Palsgraf v. Long Island R.R. Co. I disagree that the original judgment finding the Railroad Company negligent should have be overturned. I begin with a summary of the case. I will then explain both Cardoza’s and Andrew’s views with reference to negligence and duty of care, which are most relevant in this case. I will explain why Cardoza’s decision may be considered incorrect or…

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    Tichenor Case Summary

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    In Tichenor, the court found substantial harm. Id. at 178. In Tichenor, the plaintiff’s were unable to perform yard work, plant flowers or enjoy their porch because of the volume of the dogs’ barks. Id. at 175. The court reasoned the volume of the noise was more than a slight inconvenience because a normal person should be able to use their property at will without being interrupted by a neighbor. Id. In Tichenor, the barking dogs would prevent the plaintiff’s from falling asleep, and staying…

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    Seeing is believing, right? What about the practice of people seeing what they expect to see? The Crucible by Arthur Miller, reveals the dangers of bringing the idea of eyewitness testimony into court. In Proctor’s world, a relationship with God is defined by the letter by the Bible. Those who refute any part of the the Bible are non-believers. Proctor lives his life by doing good by good deeds for his community, guided by his own sense of righteousness rather than the definition of religion as…

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    Question 1 Silence cannot be considered a form of acceptance in contract law, in Felthouse v. Bindley (1862), after small negotiations over a horse, the claimant was willing and offered to buy the horse from the nephew. The claimant wrote, “If I hear no more about him, I consider the horse mine at £30.15s” (Duxbury, 2008). The horse was said to be withdrawn from the auction but 6 weeks down the line Bindley, the defendant, accidentally sold the horse at the auction; then the claim was formed.…

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    Civil & Criminal Law 2 There is a level of importance everyone must have in understanding the law systems’ purpose. That knowledge enables everyone to comprehend what’s expected of each and every person. Also, everyone would share the right to judge crimes committed based upon the criteria established in state rules and regulations. Crime plagues our neighborhoods and communities. There are many people who commit crime that don’t care about the value of life and will justify their…

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    Ltd [1919] AC 801 (HL) at 859. Catherine can enforce her share given that the High Court of Australia held in the case of Coulls v Begots “it was a promise given to both of them”¹⁶ the party and the beneficiary. It was affirmed by the Court of Appeal decision in Laidlaw v Parsonage that Mr and Mrs Broughton are clearly entitled to sue to enforce promises that Wyatt made to the purchaser in the agreement that it entered into with Mr Wright.¹⁷ A court is likely to find that Catherine can…

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    Parineeta Case Study

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    Raghu (a junior clerk in a private company, earning equivalent to INR. 11,000 per month since last seven years) and Parineeta (a housewife), are both Hindus, and married in the year 2009 according to the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 (‘HMA’). Raghu has filed a petition in June 2014 under Section 13(1)(ia) of the HMA in the District Court of Fancyland seeking divorce from Parineeta on the ground that she has been committing cruelty on him since January 2013. Raghu adduced the following evidence in…

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