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Question: (Case Study involving consideration of sale of shares, the elements of a valid contract, agreement and the Companies Act 1985 and The Minors’ Contracts Act 1987) - Becks has lived with his girlfriend, Posh, for three years. They each contribute 50% of the council tax and house rates and have shared the other household expenses equally. Becks offered to buy for ₤10,000 Posh’s share in Big Bank plc (Full case study text within download)- Advise posh as to her legal position.

Answer: When advising Posh as to her legal position in the given scenario, I will look at each aspect of the case separately. I will determine what the legal rules are and how,...

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Details: - Mark: 80% | Course: Commercial Law | Year: 1st | Words: 2043 | References: No | Date written: Not available | Date submitted: July 16, 2010 | Coursework ID: 613

Mr. and Mrs. Duckworth are the proprietors of a hotel in Weatherfield. One of their former
guests Peter Barlow checked out of the hotel last week, but Mr. & Mrs. Duckworth
discovered that he had stolen a number of items from the hotel room, for example table lamps
and coffee tables. Also he had disturbed other guests when he returned to the hotel intoxicated
one evening. Mr. & Mrs. Duckworth decided he is no longer welcome at the hotel and
informed him of this. Despite this Mr. Barlow walked into the hotel last week and attempted
to book a room. Mr. and Mrs. Duckworth refused and on his way out Mr. Barlow tripped on a
loose wire and sprained his ankle. Mr. Barlow has informed the Duckworths that he will be
taking action against them for occupiers liability. Mr. and Mrs. Duckworth have requested
advice relating to this. Can they really be sued when they made it clear to Peter Barlow that he was no longer permitted on the premises? Your supervisor has requested you write a report relating to this.
Mr. and Mrs. Duckworth employ a number of people at their hotel. Last week the chef, Betty
Turpin was particularly busy and asked the waiter, Todd Grimshaw, for assistance. Due to
confusion in the kitchen Betty accidentally used sour milk in the sauce she was making. Also,
Todd gave food containing dairy products to Norris, a customer with an allergy to dairy products.
The Duckworths were aware of his condition and had assured Norris that his dietary requirements
would be catered for. Another customer suffered food poisoning it is thought due to the food
cooked with sour milk. The Duckworths have requested a letter clarifying the situation. Your
supervisor has requested you write a letter to the Duckworths advising whether they will be liable
for the actions of their employees. Explain what strict liability is and explain whether this applies
to them.

Mr. Duckworth visited your office yesterday to ask whether the behaviour of Todd Grimshaw
could be his responsibility. He is often playing practical jokes and yesterday deliberately tripped up Betty in the kitchen who was carrying hot water at the time. Both members of staff were burnt and Betty is suing Mr. Duckworth as she feels it is his responsibility to employ competent staff.
Your supervisor has requested you write her a memorandum explaining how you think the law
applies to this scenario.

Answer: TASK 1 Re: Peter claiming for injuries sustained on the premises and liability of Duckworth’s Introduction: I have compiled a report in regards to the present circumstances of Duckworth’s. I have commented...

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Details: - Mark: 80% | Course: Tort Law | Year: 2nd/3rd | Words: 2282 | References: Yes | Date written: October, 2007 | Date submitted: April 20, 2009 | Coursework ID: 483

To: Mrs Braun
CC: Law suet from Betty
Re: Changes to legal service in England.

Answer: The English legal profession is divided into two sections: 1- Solicitors 2- Barristers In England and Wales there are over 80,000 solicitors, who are governed by the Law Society who supervise the...

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Details: - Mark: 80% | Course: English Legal System | Year: 2nd/3rd | Words: 2098 | References: Yes | Date written: March, 2007 | Date submitted: April 18, 2009 | Coursework ID: 480

Question: Critically analyse the legal issues surrounding pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) and IVF.

Apply relevant principles of law to the medical facts and assess the ethical considerations surrounding the circumstances of so called ‘saviour siblings’ as well as IVF more generally.

Mark 1st Class 79% - LLB Year 3 Undergraduate

Answer: IVF also known as ‘in vitro’ fertilisation is a form of conception governed by the 1990 act. This gives people access to facilities of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) to reproduce and the...

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Details: - Mark: 79% | Course: Medical Law | Year: 2nd/3rd | Words: 2959 | References: Yes | Date written: March, 2013 | Date submitted: January 05, 2014 | Coursework ID: 825

Question: Andrew is at a restaurant with his partner Billy. Carla the waiter spills soup over Billy. Andrew is furious and tries to slap Carla, but Carla steps back out of the way. As Carla steps back, Billy trips her up, and Carla falls to the floor, hitting her head hard on the table as she falls down. While Carla is lying on the floor, Andrew kicks her, breaking her ribs and causing internal injury. Andrew and Billy then walk away. It is five minutes before Carla is found by another waiter. An ambulance is called, but by the time it arrives, Carla is dead.

Advise Andrew and Billy.

Answer: Carla: Spilling soup upon someone could be considered as battery. This is defined in s39 of the Criminal Justice Act 1988 as intentionally or recklessly inflicting unlawful personal violence upon the victim....

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Details: - Mark: 78% | Course: Criminal Law | Year: 1st | Words: 1223 | References: No | Date written: November, 2016 | Date submitted: December 06, 2017 | Coursework ID: 1040

Question: “The European Council and the Council of Ministers are the best way to ensure democracy in the EU.” Do you agree? Illustrate your answer with examples.

Answer: The issue is whether the Council of Ministers (the Council) and European Council (EC) are the best way to ensure democracy in the European Union (EU). To determine this, the essay will...

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Details: - Mark: 78% | Course: European Union Law | Year: 1st | Words: 1489 | References: Yes | Date written: March, 2017 | Date submitted: November 27, 2017 | Coursework ID: 1037

Question: SOAS Public Law Coursework II 2010-11

You are required to give an opinion as to whether both the situations set out below would be amenable for a judicial review but you are not required to discuss the grounds of review.

(i) Val was a single mother with two children who was granted a tenancy in a two bed roomed maisonette owned by Singleton Council pursuant to the council’s duty to rehouse under the Homeless and Housing Act (fictional). After eighteen months the property was transferred to Hometrust, an independent housing association, set up by the council. Shortly afterwards, Val had a dispute with one of her neighbours which resulted in a heated exchange of words and a slamming of doors. This was reported and she was subject to a disciplinary procedure organised by Hometrust. Without being given the benefit of legal representation or a hearing she was found guilty and informed by Hometrust that her tenancy agreement would be terminated in six months time. This would mean that Val would be made homeless.

Advise Val whether she would be able use the judicial review procedure to argue that her rights under Article 6 and Article 8 of the ECHR have been breached.

(ii) Under the Ancient Monuments Act (fictitious) the Secretary of State has the power to list for preservation purposes important remains of archaeological or of historical interest. While digging the foundations of a new building for Globe Developments in the centre of Barchester, Ron discovers several well preserved pieces of Roman glass. The find is reported in the local and national TV, radio and press. Despite the growing interest in the find the Secretary of State has decided without giving any reasons not to list the site and Globe Developments will soon lay concrete foundations which would mean that the site would not be further excavated by archaeologists and preserved. Bill and Sachin are keen amateur archaeologists who live two hundred miles away in London. To further the wider preservation of antiquity they have set up the Roman Antiquities Foundation as a charity to promote the excavation and study of Roman remains.

Advise both the Roman Antiquities Foundation and Bill and Sachin as individuals whether they would be in a position to challenge the decision of the Secretary of State
under the judicial review procedure.

Note that this is not a question on the substantive grounds of review.

Both parts of the answer should not exceed 1200 words. Relevant case law must be referred to. The work should be referenced with footnotes and word processed in font size 12. The hand in deadline is Wednesday 2 March 2011.

Answer: JR is not available to private bodies as their rights and duties only arise from contract. Assuming that Val has exhausted all other remedies the issue that she faces is whether Hometrust...

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Details: - Mark: 78% | Course: Public Law | Year: 2nd/3rd | Words: 1493 | References: Yes | Date written: February, 2011 | Date submitted: April 30, 2011 | Coursework ID: 682

You are employed as a trainee solicitor with Singh & Co who specialise in criminal
work and also civil work.
Scenario 1
David has been arrested by two police officers, Smith and Jones, as he was running
out of a house belonging to Mrs Kitchener, a rich old lady. He had just burgled the
house. (The crime of burglary is an arrestable offence.) When they arrested him,
the officers told him that he had no right to remain silent.
Referring to the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 in your answer, prepare a
report advising David on all the points below:
a. were the officers right to arrest him without a warrant ?
b. does David have a right to remain silent ?
c. what might happen in his trial if he did remain silent ?
d. was the custody officer right not to allow David to make a phone call ?
e. was the custody officer right to refuse to allow David to see a
solicitor ?
f. was Sergeant Bruce right not to tape record the interview with David ?
g. were the officers right to search Mrs Kitchener's house without a
warrant ?
h. in which court might David's trial be held ? Describe the appeal route open
to David if he is unhappy with the outcome of the trial.

Answer: TASK 1 Introduction: Below I have compiled a report outlining my findings that will assist David on his current circumstance referring to the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984. Findings: Police and...

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Details: - Mark: 78% | Course: English Legal System | Year: 1st | Words: 1983 | References: Yes | Date written: February, 2008 | Date submitted: April 18, 2009 | Coursework ID: 479

Question: Critically examine the way the courts have interpreted Section 2 of the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989

Answer: There has been legislation in relation to the contract for sales and dispositions of interests in land since 1677 and it is important to note that much of the legislation was simply...

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Details: - Mark: 77% | Course: Land law | Year: 2nd/3rd | Words: 2299 | References: No | Date written: January, 2004 | Date submitted: March 29, 2011 | Coursework ID: 655

Question: A critical oversight into the development of unfair dismissal.

Answer: Before the departure from the common law, the actions in relation to unfair dismissal were mainly in favour of the employer, as they didn’t have to justify their reasons. In 1964, government...

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Details: - Mark: 76% | Course: Employment Law | Year: 2nd/3rd | Words: 2468 | References: Yes | Date written: November, 2012 | Date submitted: January 05, 2014 | Coursework ID: 826

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