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    In this essay I will be advising Eric on certain ways to severe the property and explaining the differences between joint tenancy and tenancy in common. I will be using relevant case law and statues to prove my advisory. Starting off, when Tom died he left his property Mason Towers off to his 5 children, assuming this is after the 1926 the children will be held as joint tenants instead of tenants in common. However, in the law it states that there can only be a maximum of 4 joint tenants, so the first four listed names will be held as joint tenants. Also because Bill is only 16 he will need to wait until 18 to get a share of the property. Both joint tenancy and tenancy in common are two separate titles that origin from co-ownership of property. In joint tenancy, tenants have equal share of interest of the property according to Lord Nicholls in Burton v Camden LBC . A joint tenancy can only be formed when the four unities are fulfilled. Which are Unity of time, possession, interest and title. Unity of time is when co owner’s acquire property at the same time similar to unity of possession when have the right to possess property. Unity of possession which is when all tenants have the right possess the property, this happened when Tom left is property to his children after he died, they all have the right to possess the property. Unity of interest is all tenants have the same interest in property. Lastly unity of title is when co owners must arise out of the same instrument.…

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    The Science Of Good Deed

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    When we are kind to others not only do the people we are being nice to get benefits, we do as well. In the article, “The Science of Good Deeds” the author says, “When we engage in good deeds, we reduce our own stress -- including the physiological changes that occur when we're stressed.” This quote really shows how being altruistic can impact people and you. When we are nice to people not only do they feel good, but, as the quote says, we also have different changes like reducing our stress and…

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    Good Deeds Analysis

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    “The only way you can tell whether an intention would be good is by looking at whether performing the corresponding deed would be good, in which case the appeal to intentions isn 't really necessary.” This argument made by Peter Abelard is a bit confusing because, it begs the question, “how can a deed be named good or bad if the intention isn’t necessary? While attempting to answer this question, I became conflicted by many of my own moral and ethical ideals. Often I found myself questioning if…

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    Protected Trust Deed

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    The main debt solutions available to residents of Scotland are as follows; Protected Trust Deed. A Protected Trust Deed is an agreement between you and the people you owe money to (also known as your creditors). It works by you agreeing to REPAY A PERCENTAGE of your debt in one affordable monthly payment over a given time (usually around four years). Once you’ve made your final payment, the remainder of your debt is written off. You’ll still have enough money left over to live your life after…

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    At the dawn of America, the question of why society did virtuous deeds remained a notorious fact. Either a colonist followed a Puritan belief, that God expected him or her to live a holy life full of virtuous works and kindness, or he or she followed a humanist life geared toward man’s potential and present earthly life. Today’s America, though, has become a divergent place. Numerous proletariats argue that the general public of the 21st century remains driven to treat others empathetically,…

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    Throughout the novel, Beowulf battles three large monsters: Grendel, Grendel’s Mother, and a dragon. For each battle, there was a cause for the attack, careful battle preparations, and a bloody casualty. In the end, Beowulf accomplished a great deed, helping others out of the kindness of his heart. Grendel was an evil demon that was terrorizing the people of Herot and Beowulf was the chosen one to fight him. To prepare for his duel with Grendel, he did nothing. He carried no sword nor shield,…

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    An epic poem features heroic deeds and a character (typically considered a hero) that has a character flaw that is typically resolved by the end of the poem. In the epic poem, The Epic of Gilgamesh, the hero, Gilgamesh goes on a journey in which he begins to find himself. In order for Gilgamesh to find himself, he had to go through a tragic event which made him realize that he needed to change. The search for immorality is one of the main tops that this epic poem expresses. Immortality is having…

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    Creon’s Disgraceful Deed In the play, Antigone by Sophocles, the protagonist Creon discovers that Antigone is going against his laws to show that the laws of God over rules his. Told in 2nd person point of view, the author supports his theme by describing the setting of laws establishing the central conflict of Creon not following the laws of God. This affects the works as a whole because Sophocles’ purpose is to show the division in order to show the readers laws of God versus laws of Man.…

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    Macbeth “To know my deed, twere best not know myself”this is a famous quote from William Shakespeare play Macbeth. This play is about a man named Macbeth who is so overrun with power that he will stop at nothing to become king. This quote was said after he killed king Duncan in his sleep . This is the first act of crime Macbeth committed to claim his rightful place as king. He is basically saying that he would rather not think of the crime he committed than to be conscious of it. The quote…

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    Human Motivation for Good Deeds The human moral compass is a faulty and deceptive device prone to mistakes and unreliable bouts of avarice. The Puritans were a religious sect of 17th century New England who agreed with this philosophy of human corruptness. The cornerstone of Puritan ideology was predestination: the belief in a predetermined fate from God which inspired faith out of fear of Hell. On the contrary, an opposing school of thought was born from the 18th century intellectuals’ Age…

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