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Book Overview What are the main factors and circumstances that give rise to terrorismThis is a question commonly addressed in political discourse on terrorism and is considered an alternative to dealing with terrorism through military force. However, there have been surprisingly few attempts to analyze the causes of terrorism in a book format. Root Causes of Terrorismis one of the first to provide a detailed account of the motivations behind terrorism. The questions raised include: What are...
Securitization which included mortgage backed securities is accelerated in the mid-1990s but the total amount of mortgage-backed securities issued almost tripled between 1996 till 2007, to $.7.3 trillion. From the MBS at can found that the securitized share of subprime mortgage was increased around 21% which from 54% in 2001 to 75% in 2006. The credit risk in sub-prime mortgage was through the securitization mechanism and with a wide arena of investor globally and the impact of the credit...
Common Law Reasoning And Institutions (CLRI) ‘This is the Court of Chancery… which gives to monied might the means abundantly of wearying out the right; which so exhausts finances, patience, courage, hope; so overthrows the brain and breaks the heart; that there is not an honorable man among its practitioners who would not give - who does not often give - the warning, “Suffer any wrong that can be done you, rather than come here”.' (Charles Dickens, Bleak House,...
As though recoiling from her own memories, Maryam shrank deeper into her faded armchair with each sentence she told: of how gunmen apparently working for the Iraq's Interior Ministry kidnapped her, beat and raped her; of how they discarded her on a Baghdad sidewalk. When Maryam's husband learned that she had been raped, he abandoned her and their six children. But her suffering did not end when she fled Iraq and became a refugee in Syria’s capital, Damascus. Rumours spread fast in...
Ethics, as defined in the Webster Unabridged Online Dictionary (2010), “is the branch of philosophy dealing with values relating to human conduct, with respect to the rightness and wrongness of certain actions and to the goodness and badness of the motives and ends of such actions.” Ethics is the foundation for distinguishing right from wrong based on honesty and integrity, serving the public interest while conforming to the laws. Without ethics in policing, for example, a cop could...
FACTS Appleby agreed to erect machinery on Myers’s premises for £459. When the erection was almost complete, an accidental fire destroyed the premises and the machinery. Appleby sued for £419 on a quantum meruit basis. BLACKBURN J: ... The whole question depends upon the true construction of the contract between the parties … [I]t sufficiently appears that the work which the plaintiffs agreed to perform could not be performed unless the defendant’s premises continued in a fit state...
There can be no doubt that the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977 together with the common law provisions of misrepresentation, duress and undue influence do provide a large number of situations where the courts are enabled to adequately control the creation of contracts. It does not seem to me however that the introduction of the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999 has in any way damaged these existing provisions nor has it made the management of contracts any more complex or less...
There were five major flaws in the past agreements which motivated for the provisions of the MFALTA did not cover the increasingly important synthetic fibers.Developing nations disliked the bilateral self restrained agreements sanctioned by the LTA.Cotton textile producers felt that an agreement disciplining synthetic textile products would also be provide better safeguards for their market share of textile agreements.7 McLean, Ernest C, ‘World Textile Multi-Fiber Arrangement: a Question...
The potential plaintiffs in this problem are Brian, Cindy, Dalton, and Fred, who may bring an action in negligence against Andy. Dalton may also bring an action in negligence against Gordon.In order to bring a successful claim, the plaintiff must satisfy the elements of negligence: that a duty of care existed, that that duty was breached, and that damage resulted. If successful, they may be awarded damages. Andy could potentially argue a defence of ‘volenti non fit injuria’.In...
The first legal principle that I am going to address is whether the term within the contract is a condition. Furthermore, I will discuss whether there was in fact a breach of contract on behalf of Peter, including the remedies for breaching the contract.Firstly, Peter had agreed to enter into a three-year contract with ‘Yachts-R-Us'. This suggests that he was aware of the condition that he must survey all of the yachts and to provide a certificate of seaworthiness at least once a year....