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i) Agatha employed Daphne, a member of the Guild of Skilled Roofers, to replace the roof on Rambles. In a breeze, a roof tile, which was negligently secured by Daphne, fell off and damaged Ena’s car, which was parked in Agatha’s driveway. Ena is a salesperson who was making a call on Agatha without an appointment.This question is concerned with the liability of an occupier[1]of premises (‘O’) for damage suffered by a claimant (‘C’) on those premises. The...
The paper answers the question by considering the Ugandan conflict during the 1960s and 1970s and the responses by the UN in dealing with an international human rights abuse. The Ugandan conflict involved the expulsion of the Asian community by General Amin. The first part of the paper provides the context and historical background to the conflict and in particular the specific issues which led up to the conflict. This section follows on with an academic outline of the law in practice and...
Divergence Of Interests The objective of this paper is to explore the adequacy of the UK response to corporate governance by examining the relationship between the various factions within a company. Corporate governance essentially concerns the reconciliation of interests between the owners (shareholders) and the operators (management) of a company. By the dawn of the 20th Century, the board of directors were being perceived as an independent organ of the company rather than as mere...
In this essay I will explore the provisions introduced by the Terrorism Act 2006 and assess whether these pose risks which may overshadow any security benefit. As the main critiques of this legislation focus on the section 1 offence of encouragement of terrorism and the section 23 extended detention period for terrorist suspects, these two provision shall be the subject of this essay. I will demonstrate that the provisions of extended detention and the encouragement of terrorism raise issues...
What changes would you make to the English law of restitution? Explain why you think these are desirable and also identify any potential disadvantages that might result from them.' Introduction The law of restitution is rooted in the concept of restoring gains, which would result in unjust enrichment of the defendant. Accordingly, the central objective of restitution is to remove from a defendant the accruing of increased wealth or benefit, which the law prescribes that the defendant is not...
The concept of self-determination is personified in the Charter of the United Nations and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (hereinafter referred to as ICESCR) and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (hereinafter referred to as ICCPR). This concept is a principle on international law which allows the people of a state to determine the sovereignty and political status of that state without any interference. It must be noted that there is no...
If you want to know how to sell a car in Boston, you have to be clear about which laws to abide by. All States have laws attached to the purchase and sale of motor vehicles to make sure you understand the duties as a resident of Massachusetts. If you are uncertain what to do it is advised that you check with your local DMV. 1 – The Vehicle Massachusetts abides by State laws that govern sales, gifting or transfers of ownership of motor vehicles.Any vehicle which is leased or owned by a resident...
The research methodology adopted herein is the Doctrinal methodology of research.The sources of information for the project is primarily various books, obtained from the NALSAR Law Library. The other source for information is the World Wide Web, which was accessed through the Internet Center. chapter 1 : introduction The term contract is defined in section 2(h) of the Indian contract act 1872 as follows “A contract is an agreement enforceable by law”. In other words an agreement...
Just outside the outskirts of Haskell County in Fish Creek, Oklahoma an area of land is home to the Peevyhouse family. On this land, Willie and Lucille Peevyhouse reside on a farm that was known to have coal deposits. In 1954, Garland Coal Company approached the Peevyhouse in an attempt to gain access to mine the coal deposits on their property. In November of this same year they entered into a contract with Garland Coal & Mining Co. which gave Garland a five year lease to strip mine...
All the five properties owned by Miss Stanfield can be classed as freehold properties as each property satisfies section 1(1)(a) Law of Property Act 1925. (S.1(1)(a) LPA), which states “an estate in free simple absolute in possession”, so therefore Miss Stanfield has the authority to grant a lease.However there are two types of interests in legal estates, either a legal lease is granted which can be found under S.1(2) LPA or under S.1(3) which states “all other estates,...