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  • Environmental Law Case Study

    Discussion: A court will likely conclude that the condition that our client maintains on her property is a natural condition and therefore does not constitute an attractive nuisance. Under the attractive nuisance doctrine, a possessor of land is subjected to liability for physical harm to children trespassing thereon caused by an artificial condition upon the land. Norton v. Black. A possessor of land is not subjected to liability for physical harm to children trespassing thereon cause by a natural condition upon the land. Norton v. Black. To be considered a natural condition, a condition cannot be created by human alterations, and if a condition is relocated, it must be undistinguishable from a similar condition in its natural state. Norton v. Black, see also State v. Jeungel. For example, in Norton, the relocated condition was undistinguishable from a similar condition its natural state. Norton v. Black. In that case, the landowners maintained a 15-foot planted hedge that was untrimmed. One day a boy, who was staying at the motel with his parents, climbed the bush and fell to his death. The court held that the condition was natural. Id. The court reasoned that because the relocated shrub was undistinguishable—untrimmed—from a similar shrub in its natural state, the planted shrub constitutes a natural condition. On the other hand, in Jeungel, the court held that the condition was artificial because it was created by a human alteration. State v. Jeungel. In that case, the…

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  • Case Study Of Pet Paradise Resort And Day Spa

    Pet Services: grooming & boarding- $5.73 billion (Pet Industry Market Size & Ownership Statistics, 2016) Based off an article Miami Herald in 2014, dog grooming and boarding businesses make around $100,000+ annually. With this information, the market share for one of these companies would be .0017% market share, while the higher end businesses in the pet services industry make $1,000,000+ annually which translates to a .017% market share. I did get a chance to speak to a representative from Pet…

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  • Juvenile Delinquency Statistics

    theories that shape the City of Miami-Dade public policy for delinquency prevention and ideas from the author that would improve juvenile delinquency efforts with examples. Keywords: reduction, change, juvenile,…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: We's Moving To Florida

    priced but came in a floral printed box that matched the bathrooms. “They probably don’t have this brand in Florida,” she said, completely deadpan. “We 're not moving”. Most of my other memories of the move are hazy, like images inferred from a retelling, a copy of a copy. But my memory of leaning over and looking out the airplane window and seeing Florida is one of my clearest recollections. I saw a sea of tiny orange squares and little blue puddles that were the stucco roofs and kidney shaped…

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  • Virgina Key Geography

    Just north of Key Biscayne in sunny Miami, Virgina Key is a protected barrier Island in the Atlantic ocean. Consisting of 863 acres of land, it was once much larger, extending into the Ft. Lauderdale area. Between 1835 and 1838 hurricanes eroded the beach, creating inlets and dividing the island in two. The other portion became Fisher Island, which sits at the southernmost tip of Miami Beach. Virgina Key was a part of the civil rights movement. In a time when blacks were prohibited from going…

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  • Homelessness In The Usa

    increasing due to many factors, but mainly is a socio-economic problem. Some statistics from National Alliance to End Homelessness shows that about 15 percent of the homeless population - 83,170 - are considered "chronically homeless” individuals and about 2 percent - 13,105 - are considered "chronically homeless” people in families and number are increasing. On the other hand, Miami Beach has been a main tourist destination in the US for many years and South Beach has been shown as a main…

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  • Royal Caribbean

    Strategic Analysis #2 I. Organizational Structure Functional organizational structures are used to implement all business strategies that a firm may pursue. Each of the major business functions is managed by one upper level manger; this person could be the founder, CEO, or president. The CEO or founder has knowledge of a multifunctional nature so that they can manage each individual functional specialist. Most firms with a cost leadership strategy employ a functional organizational structure…

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  • Incarceration Barriers

    ex-offenders experience higher levels of homelessness and unemployment, which increases the likelihood of criminal behavior (Plante, 2015). The lack of financial stability amongst ex-offenders also hinders their access to treatment and medication. And if they are able to afford treatment or if they have to comply with the conditions of probation or parole, they may not have access to adequate transportation or childcare. It is also important to recognize that incarceration, especially…

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  • My Family, My Hometown And My State

    It’s thought-provoking how everything is interconnected when you look back on it historically. My family, my hometown, and my State can be viewed like a Venn diagram with logical connections between them. Taking a snapshot of 1998 was interesting. I never considered where my family was or what they were doing the year I was born. The city and state where I grew up were dealing with some exciting and some difficult problems such as corruption, an archeological find, severe weather, and historic…

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  • The Process Of Becoming A Registered Nurse

    providing safe, compassionate, skilled and ethical care, encouraging health and well-being of patients, supporting and respecting informed decision-making, preserving dignity, maintaining discretion and confidentiality, and being responsible for once actions (Association, 2008). These rules were made to protect the patients and health care professionals from any harm, including lawsuits. In order to become a Registered Nurse one must go through an accredited school of nursing. In the State of…

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