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    law as they are at the time of review. Another advantage of merits review is that the Court is not bound by strict rules of evidence, and proceedings are often faster, cheaper, and easier for those that self-represent. The CAA is Commonwealth legislation, so merits review is conducted at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). Merits review allows for a decision to be determined on its merits of fact and law. Merits review can vary, affirm, or set aside a decision, which is favourable to Clipton because he needs to have his licence renewed to continue his business. The AAT Act outlines that the merits of the case determine whether a decision was correct and preferable. The Tribunal can review certain decisions that fall within its jurisdiction. S 33 determines that the procedure for merits review must be completed in accordance with the relevant legislation. Clipton can apply to the AAT Act for review of a reviewable decision 31(2). A reviewable decision included in is “a refusal to grant…a certificate” . The CAA states that a “decision” that it makes has the same meaning as in the AAT Act 1975. The decision in this case falls within this definition and is therefore…

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    this after shave and by using it, his face has adopted a permanent shade of blue. We will evaluate which jurisdiction this case falls under, as well as touch base on alternative dispute resolutions (ADR), the type of crime the companies incurred in when they switched the ingredients, the possible liabilities they can face and ethical principles that…

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    explain that we all create these spaces that separate, but they do not exist anywhere but to us and how we find them beneficial (15). We need to look closely at why we do that and consider the effect it has on our lives. Diener and Hagen talk about how we all live in a world full of borders and how these borders are essential to how we socially interact and how we use our power (15,20). They give us some examples of how they work in our lives, a short history of geographical borders, and the…

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    with those same things. But you survived, and now are tasked with rebuilding your life, but with what? It’s all gone. Then a hotshot, Washington, D.C. lawyer comes to town saying he wants to help. Skeptical at first, his persistence shows the guinuineship of his effort, so you decide to let him represent you. And so begins the legal battle that is described in Gerald Stern’s book “The Buffalo Creek Disaster”, a retelling of the events that happened following one of West Virginia’s worst…

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    disputes concerning the Constitution and laws that are passed by Congress. This essay will be inclusive of how the Supremacy clause of the United States constitution can affect jurisdiction,…

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    COOPERATE WITH THE CLIENT AND THE CLIENT’S LENDER, IF ANY, TO SEE THAT ALL POTENTIAL LIEN CLAIMANT’S ARE DULY PAID. INSURANCE. Owner to carry fire, tornado or other necessary insurance on above work. Denver Metro Concrete to carry Workmen’s Compensation & Public Liability Insurance. GOVERNING LAW; VENUE. This agreement shall be constructed and governed under the laws of the State of Colorado, without application of conflict of principles. All actions or counterclaims regarding enforcement of…

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    However, the per curiam opinion, and the three individual opinions of the judges in Khulumani, will have a great impact on future attempts to hold corporations responsible for violations of international law outside the United States. (1) The federal district court’s decision in the Khulumani case saw the district court completely dismiss the plaintiffs’ claims against Barclays on the grounds of the plaintiffs’ failure to adequately establish subject matter jurisdiction under the Alien Tort…

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    Original and appellant jurisdiction are both major factors in court cases. There are several key differences between the two however. Original jurisdiction is held by the court that hears a case first, usually a district court. Appellant jurisdiction is held in the circuit courts and is so called because a case can be appealed to the circuit courts to judge if the defendant’s due process right was violated or not. As mentioned previously, district courts hold original jurisdiction, but they only…

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    Federal Jurisdiction

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    Question 1 Jurisdiction is referred as the power or an authority to decide various legal cases. It is like an invisible line existing in an area where laws are enforced. There are three different types of jurisdiction. This includes federal jurisdiction, state and local jurisdiction. Question 2 It is a fact that a local police officer usually has a very broad authority although very limited jurisdiction. On the other hand, federal police normally have broad jurisdiction though very limited…

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    This has been a rather informative five weeks, we covered lots of material, and seven chapters already. However, the most important chapters included Jurisdiction, Statute of limitations and Complaint /answer drafting. In general, attention to detail is key, when calculating the statute of limitations. There are many grey areas, which make tolling the statue difficult depending on the specifics of the case. Undoubtedly, figuring out whom has jurisdiction if any is also a challenge for me…

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