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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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    Dpp V Jc Case Study

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    The Decision of DPP v JC The ultimate decision of the courts in DPP v JC was that exclusionary rule, as set out in Kenny, which had been in operation in the Irish jurisdiction for over 25 years, had been incorrectly decided and was no longer to be applied. The new rule allows for evidence which is obtained in an inadvertent breach of an accused’s constitutional rights is to be admitted at trial, whilst any evidence gathered recklessly or knowingly must be excluded, save in extraordinary…

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    There are three important considerations the appropriate courts have in this lawsuit against Novelty Now, Funny Face and Chris, Matt, and Ian: Personal jurisdiction is, the court can exercise judicial power and can sue the defendant. In the case of, Mr. Margolin filed a lawsuit in New York against Novelty Now and Chris, Matt and Ian. The personal jurisdiction can be waived for Chris, Matt and Ian that live in California and has a contract with Novelty Now located in Florida. Being that Chris,…

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    distress and resentment among million of white working- and middle class Americans” ("Trump And American Populism") This statement from the article shows an appeal to emotions in how Trump has managed to relate to the average American 's emotions of fear and insecurity and has therefore earned their trust. Another way that this article shows the appeal to Pathos is when it talks about how Donald Trump has made statements stating that the United States should close our borders going into Mexico…

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    Comparison of Policy between Seneca College and Humber College One of the serious academic offences is plagiarism since plagiarism leads to breach of academic honesty. Plagiarism is concept that infringe the copyright. There are various ideas, concepts, and works related the copyright. If people want to reference another’s ideas, concepts, and works they should refer a citation where comes from. However, according to Parker, Lenhart, and Moore(2011), over half of college presidents announce…

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    In Mexico during the early 1980’s, a group of young siblings living in poverty tell an important story of the immigrant experience and the drives behind migration. Reyna Grande’s, The Distance Between Us, is a memoir written with the recurring appeal to the reader’s pathos. Grande uses the rhetorical strategy to keep the reader’s interest and to help them make personal connections to the story. Grande’s use of pathos helps to show not only the importance of understanding the immigrant experience…

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    Dyson Argument Analysis

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    fifteen year olds like myself scrolling through the channels to find a show to watch. Dyson plays directs commercials like so towards mothers, and cleaning freaks. How do they get people to buy their vacuum? Through the appeals known as Ethos, Logos, and Pathos. Although all three appeals are equally important when attempting to successfully persuade a group of people, one…

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    She asserted that these provisions “inform the standard of care that Mr. Feener owed to all pedestrians” (para. 7). Justice Cromwell, the sole dissenter, agreed with the Court of Appeal that the trial judge misled the jury to assess the responsibilities of pedestrians rather than those of drivers (para. 14). Another contested point was that the trial judge had questioned whether there were “circumstances that would indicate to the…

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    grounds for appeal can be on the basis of ‘misdirection of law or facts, failure to refer to a defence, inappropriate comments by the judge, or jury irregularity.’ as stated in the AQA Law book. The Court of appeal consists of three senior judges, the superior of the three is referred to as the lady/lord chief justice. They have the power to quash convictions, in addition to the Criminal Appeal Act (1968) that makes it permissible for judges to call a retrial on similar charges. If an appeal…

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