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Intellectual Property Law: Difficulty with the Company Techno Web Design Law Case Study
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Just because TWD developed the website does not mean that they have any sort of control over the profits that will be generated through the download of the band’s songs on BitTorrent, any profits that the band may earn, or any royalties on the music or images provided to TWD, as these rights all belong to other people. 
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Maritime Law: Bill of Lading Law Coursework
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The document is required to be signed by designated personnel like the shipper as well as the receiver along with the carrier (Soliman, 1990). The purpose of the bill is to provide assurance to the importer about receiving the consignment and the exporter gets the payment for the shipment of the goods. 
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Similarities and Differences between Transnational Organized Crime and Transnational Corporate Crime Law Coursework
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Illicit practices in different spheres of human activities captured the world. It is evident that modern businesses, illegal traders of weapons or drugs must be punished for their violations of law. Nevertheless, transnational corporations are involved in many international conflicts and are on the way to their constant desire for enrichment. 
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Criminal Justice Responses to Acts of International Terrorism - The Lockerbie Incident 1988 Law Case Study
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There are no international courts or tribunals specifically established for prosecuting acts of international terrorism although acts of terrorism may form a part of the trial where they form a part of acts constituting “violations of the rules and customs of armed conflict” (van der Vyver, 2010, p. 528). 
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Analysis of Law of Contract Cases Law Assignment
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The contracts are basically of two types i.e. written and oral forms. Though the written contract has an advantage over oral form, the oral contracts are also enforceable completely. Hence, the court of law would see the principle of reasonableness in the case under review than the emphasis on the type of contract made.   
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Contract Law - Offer and Acceptance Law Assignment
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Ex-Cell-O insisted that the purchase was on its own terms, which did not allow for such a price variation. The Court of Appeal ruled that the contract was on Ex-Cell-O's terms, not Butler's because Ex-Cell-O's first reply to Butler was not an acceptance of Butler's offer, but a counter-offer, which Butler accepted by signing the tear-off sheet. 
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Critical Contexts of Law Law Assignment
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If we apply the principles of proprietary estoppel to the current scenario, it is evident that Charles clearly wanted Bill to live in the Property and they had an on/off personal relationship and encouraged him to continue living in the property while working on the Property with repair work and extension work.
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Law and Health and Safety Law Assignment
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An offeror may revoke an offer before it has been accepted, but the revocation must be communicated to the offeree, although not necessarily by the offeror. This was held in Dickinson v. Dodds (1876) 2 Ch.D. 463. If the offer was made to the entire world, such as in Carlill's case, the revocation must take a form that is similar to the offer. 
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Nuisance and Trespass to Land Law Assignment
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In respect of the question, it can be said that the secretary did ask Wally to leave, which he refused and on the facts, he was a trespasser ab initio. Furthermore, the use of reasonable force by the secretary was justified and therefore Wally would be held liable for the damage to the window as he was a trespasser on the factory. 
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Analysis of Land Law Cases Law Assignment
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The contract entered into by Asif and Sophia was void from the beginning since Asif was never authorized by the head lessor to sublease the property. Asif merely acted as an agent to Tara for the collection of the rental fees and the head lessor, Tara still retained the power and control to approve any new sublease.
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Aspects of Animals Rights and Michael Vick Case Law Coursework
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History would provide some evidence even of a man being buried together with his pet animal as revealed in some archaeological studies, indicating man’s closeness to animals, particularly dogs.
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Comparison of Disagreement vs. Dissent Law Essay
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On this account, words dissent and disagreement are different because they are used in different situations, reasoned by evidence.
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Was the Reign of Terror Justified or Not Law Essay
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Even if this political order (or disorder to some extent) cost many sacrificial endeavors in terms of humanity and compassion, it was predominantly necessary to protect revolutionary purposes.
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Death Penalty Should Be Abolished Law Essay
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Envision you are blamed for the murder. You realize that you do not have a remote possibility of winning without a decent legal advisor.
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Negative Consequences of Stealing Law Essay
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In addition, taking impacts likewise affects the general public; thus is typically limited through laws. On a similar note, it brings lawful, social, what's more, individual outcomes and discipline.
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Analysis of Laroche v Spirit of Adventure Ltd Case Law Case Study
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Harvey cites the claimant’s argument of Regulation 2027/97, which provided that “information about the Warsaw Convention should be set out in the “ticket document” in plain and intelligible language,” to support the argument that “because the terms and conditions of the contract had not referred to the Convention it could not be applied”.
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A Comparison between the Common Law and Civil Law Legal Traditions Law Coursework
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The judges must read the legal provisions and statutes thoroughly before giving the final judgment. In the case of countries that use common law as a legal system like the United Kingdom and the USA, the disputes related to the international business can be resolved primarily based upon past judicial opinions.
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Should the Endangered Species Act Be Strengthened Law Coursework
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We live in a world where human activity on the environment has led to a lot of destruction. It is saddening that it is the voiceless animal and plant species that have to pay for our mistakes. Today, there are thousands of species that are almost disappearing from the world mainly due to habitat destruction by man. 
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Siemens Bribery Case Law Case Study
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Siemens Inc. would not have been noticed or suffered the implications if it had remained careful and not made the entire process much obvious. Such as bribing the AUG labor union to concede to harsh policies of the company is an obvious step that would make the opposing party extremely suspicious about the fairness of practices.
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Birth of Thought: International Law Law Essay
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The entire discussion would be made in the lights of two different areas of international law, such as international environmental law and climate change and the aspects in the international law context of human rights. The system of explicit that is instrumented among States and nations is commonly referred to as international law.
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Property Law: Fuller v Strom Law Case Study
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The author states that the Court of Appeal disagreed, holding that the testator knew and approved of the contents. Testamentary freedom is the defining principle of inheritance law; in the case of Re Segelman, Chadwick J stated that “the probability that a will which a testator has executed in circumstances of some formality.
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Free Appropriate Public Education: Case Law Implications Law Coursework
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Developing the IEP may be a complex process involving many parties and opinions, but if it is followed step by step, the child benefits. Looking at each child individually allows for that child to reach full potential despite any handicaps, and allows non-disabled peers the opportunity to interact with children who are different but not unequal.
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Is the Youth Justice System Effective Law Coursework
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It is evident that the pre- YCJA justice system, (the period during which the Young Offenders Act had been in vogue) had several deficiencies as a result of which it became necessary to replace it with a more effective piece of legislation. The main areas of lacunae were: It does not have a clear cut and cogent “youth justice philosophy.”
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Medico-legal Issues in Radiology Case Analaysing Law Case Study
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There is every possibility of a claim being allowed for negligence on the part of both the radiographers and the two nurses. All their actions and non-actions meet the criteria to establish negligence. The appropriate way would be to proceed against the hospital authority for vicarious labiality for the acts and omissions of its employees.
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The Doctrine of Frustration and the Issue of Occupiers' Liability Law Assignment
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The courts had been of the approach that when duty and breach were established and damage resulted, liability was established. The courts have considered remoteness of damages in reaching their decisions and have interpreted foreseeability of risk widely. Courts have considered foreseeability of injury in varying cases.
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The Impact of the Human Rights Act 1998 on English Law Law Coursework
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By implementing the ECHR into domestic law, the HRA clearly impacts and changes the constitutional landscape of the UK. The HRA incorporated the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) into the UK law and the preamble to the HRA states that its purpose is to “give further effect to rights and freedoms". 
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The Law on Misrepresentation Law Case Study
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The Act awards damages “where a person has entered into a contract after a misrepresentation has been made to him by another party thereto and as a result, he has suffered loss”. The Act also makes persons liable for the losses that the other party suffered as a direct result of their misrepresentation. 
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Euthanasia and Physician Assisted Suicide - Morally and Professionally Repugnant Activities Law Assignment
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Parents of profoundly disabled neo-natal infants may elect to forego massive medical intervention, preferring simple palliative care as nature takes its course. Likewise, persons with increasingly untreatable illnesses certain to lead to death (e.g., a metastasized cancer) may elect simple palliative care, with associated pain management. 
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The Law of Trusts and Equitable Remedies Law Assignment
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In the case of the vintage cars, there may be a difficulty with regard to the certainty of the property as Charles is allowed to select which of the cars he wants with the remainder being given to the museum. In Sprange v Barnard 2 Bro CC 585 the trust failed as the wording stated that the remainder of the property was to go to the respondent. 
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A Gentlemen's Agreement Law Assignment
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The author states that an example of a gentleman's agreement is a private debt that one advances to another party. Thus when a gentleman gives a writ promise that they will pay back debt as an honor, this would ordinarily fall short of a legal binding and be categorized as payment of honor.
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Judiciary System of Singapore Law Case Study
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The roles of these three branches are distinctly different although they all aim at helping the government-run the state in a better manner. The judiciary system is considered to be the main branch as it helps to maintain law and order in the country. It is also the impartial branch that has got nothing to do with politics.
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Alcoholic Drinking Age Law Coursework
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If such initiatives are implemented, it is anticipated that it will be possible to teach responsible drinking habits to these young adults (Engs). Several research studies had been conducted, which had been based on the youth of college-going age and the history of alcohol consumption in the US and other cultures. 
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The Pros and Cons of Euthanasia and Mercy Killing Law Essay
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Proponents of the practice argue that the sentiment of humane treatment afforded animals that are terminally ill or injured and are suffering should be given to humans as well. It's worth mentioning that opponents suggest that euthanasia is a ‘slippery slope’ that would allow increasing instances of coerced suicide. 
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Florida Sex Offenders Law Coursework
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The pertinent laws and the incidents stimulate the society in its endeavor to protect itself from such hideous crimes. Amendments along the course of American law history have been well researched, systematized, and have yielded better results in curbing this menace by manual as well as technological means. 
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Equivalent Effect to Customs Duties Law Case Study
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The author states that in order for any discrimination in pay to be established, the comparison must be restricted to parallels between work which is actually done by different-sex employees, and this was also held in the case of McCarthy’s Ltd v Smith. Rachel must establish indirect discrimination on the basis of work habitually done by her sex.
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Analysis of Administrative Law Cases Law Assignment
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The use of garden gnomes is a creative or artistic choice that is not connected to any of the factors listed in the 2002 Act which the BC must take into account. In having regard to the style and aesthetics of the landscaping, it can be argued that BC is acting unreasonably and therefore unlawfully. 
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Government Police and Justice Act 2006 Law Assignment
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In a report in The Register 8th November 2006, a man who hacked a dating site and defaced the site as well as sending out mass emailing worms was fortunate enough to be able to avoid a custodial sentence. The hacker was found guilty under s3 of the CMA 1990 and was awarded 8 months imprisonment that was suspended for 2 years. 
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The Doctrine of Consideration and Variation of a Contract Law Coursework
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The doctrine of consideration has long since been the cornerstone of valid contracts in English law. A contract freely negotiated by competent parties under consideration comprises the essential elements of a legally enforceable contract effectively distinguishing it from a gratuitous exchange of bargains.
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A Restorative Justice Approach to White Collar Crime Law Research Proposal
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The position taken in this paper is adapted from a theory of restorative justice as put forth by Braithwaite. Braithwaite’s theory of restorative justice encapsulates the concept that restorative justice is predicated on the philosophy that interventions between victims and offenders promote healing and ultimately prevent recidivism.
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Desert and Entitlement Law Assignment
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The author contends that possessions that people are entitled to cannot be seized merely to provide equality of opportunity to others on the grounds that they are not deserved. So long as the holdings have been obtained in a manner that does not specifically violate another person’s rights, the entitlements would be deserved.
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The Reporting of Risk in Real Estate Appraisal Property Law Assignment
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The author states that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Act of 1934 had set limits on trading by Corporate Officers, directors and substantial owners from using insider information to make profits. Some looked at the problem from the point of lack of clarity on who is supposed to do what and at what time.
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Buying a Property in the UK Law Assignment
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The author states that the trend of owning a second house has been hindered recently by the economic slow down in the country as a result of the crisis. When somebody is having more money than what he/she actually requires, the curiosity for investment arises. Numerous investment avenues are available both in the country and outside the country.
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Loss of Rights to Personal Property in English Law Law Assignment
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The author states that private property is nothing but any material and nonmaterial property owned by any person or group of persons1. Several theories have been postulated in support of the possession of private property. Theories like occupation theory, utilitarian theory, labor theory, and economic theory are quite prominent among them.
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Foundations in Law and Property Law Case Study
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There are two competing interests as against the Rowans.  They are the mortgage for 50,000 pounds sterling and the further charge for 10,000.  Both are required to be discharged from the proceeds of the sale.  The nature of the legal rights conferred by both charges compels the discharge in order for the Bentleys to lay claim to any capital.  
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Analysis of Trust Law Cases Law Case Study
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Tina and Tom will also have added powers of investment and discretion under the Trustee Act of 2002. The letter that Sally has written will, therefore, benefit Ben as one of the beneficiaries of Sally’s estate, entitling him to capital advances from the estate at the discretion of the trustees, Tina and Tim. 
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Analysis of Criminal Law Case Law Case Study
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If Jake had offered these drugs to Robin, then there would have been no manslaughter, because there would be no men's rea, which constitutes the crime. Moreover, Jake was not aware of the fact that Robin would suffer a fatal heart attack if his heart was subjected to sudden stress, which these drugs were capable of causing. 
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Criminal Law Problem Law Assignment
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The author states that legally a murder transpires, whenever a rational person with malicious aforethought or criminal intent, illegally kills another person. It is sufficient to prove that there was an aim to cause serious physical injury, in order to establish malice. The perpetrator should have the capacity to differentiate between good and evil.
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Crimsons Motion for Judgment Law Case Study
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The author states that the facts and circumstances of the case appear to satisfy the Ohio Supreme Court’s parameters that “occupying” should not be given an unduly narrow definition and must satisfy the four-part test to determine vehicle occupancy, namely: (a) causal connection with the vehicle; (b) geographic proximity to the vehicle.
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UK Antidiscrimination Law Law Assignment
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The author of the paper states that at the turn of the century, social change and global recognition geared towards the recognition of transsexual rights saw a greater acceptance in the concept of sexual orientation. Changes that were deemed unacceptable and unthinkable are now commonly accepted.
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Corporate Governance Laws of the United States and England Law Assignment
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The author states that before the proposition can be maintained on corporate governance, there is a need to talk about the law upon which governance is based. Said law is known as Corporation law in the US while it is being called Company law in the UK. Corporation law is the field of law concerning the creation and regulation of corporations.
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