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LRC , 1998 . In the case of Huckle v Money , the plaintiff was awarded exemplary damages for having been detained on the strength of a nameless warrant . It is believed that the award strengthens the immunity of the jury against possible actions by the defendant under a Writ of Attaint . There was also a marked need during early common law to award damages for mental anguish , intangible loss and humiliation considering that these were not provided for . It is further believed...
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Why not allow Simpson , Reynolds , or Kuhn a couple hundred thousand to buy a reasonable home , and then pay the money that they owe ? Florida does not see it that way . Even worse , is the fact that these millionaires technically defraud the system , for lack of a better word , by buying Florida mansions only weeks before they declare bankruptcy . As unfair as it is , state law allows it , it is perfectly legal . In fact , Florida 's homestead exemption law is...
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Compare and contrast Justice Reinvestment with other approaches to reducing crime and re-offending ? Introduction One of the foremost challenges faced by the judiciary policymakers in the last decade has been a society 's response to criminals who break the law . In cases of countries which do not have capital punishment , one of the most severe punishments is imprisonment . Also the...
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Carrier Liability Under Various Shipping Rules Introduction From the perspective of the international shipping industry , the globe is divided into nations that own cargo and nations that own ships the majority of nations fall into both categories . Among such differing interests exists great potential for conflict regarding damage to , loss of , or delay in the arrival of sea cargo and...
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Recently , The focus will now lie with Iran as the main culprit for being qualified as rogue nation defying 4 the sanctions it might face from the United Nations Security Council . Iran definitely has made a deception that their nuclear program was not for defense but was under the pretense of nuclear energy . A growing worldwide threat emerges if no...
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Running Head : THE REGULATION OF EXPORTS The Regulation of Exports (Your Name (Your Institution ) REGULATION OF EXPORTS Export regulation is an act aimed at providing control , registration and regulation of imports and exports and to make provisions for matters connected with this act . In this article we shall look into the history of U .S . export controls , current export laws...
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Running Head : Vicarious Liability Vicarious Liability : Name : Institution : Course : Tutor : Date : Abstract : The legal system has expanded to include incidences where legal liability is placed on the third parties who were not directly involved in the damages and injuries that result from the activities of the others whom they have bestowed responsibility . This culminates in what is commonly referred to...
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Running head : Vicarious liability Vicarious liability verses corporate criminal liability . Name University Course Tutor Date Abstract The principle of vicarious liability and criminal liability are principles that are aimed at protecting consumers from negligence from the corporate side . It ensures that any losses that are incurred by clients because of negligence from the corporate side are dealt with accordingly . This...
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A study of the challenges facing the genericisation of trade marks and a suggestive model for the court to apply . By Student name Student no : Dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment for the degree of Master of Law in intellectual Property (LL .M ) Department of Law University College London September 2010 Contents TOC \o "1-3 " \h \z \u HYPERLINK \l "_Toc5...
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Hiibel argues unpersuasively that the statute circumvents the probable-cause requirement by allowing an officer to arrest a person for being suspicious , thereby cre-ating an impermissible risk of arbitrary police conduct . These familiar concerns underlay Kolender , Brown , and Papachristou . They are met by the requirement that a Terry stop be justified at its incep-tion and be 'reasonably related in scope to...
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Unit 1 1 . What is safety , security , health and environmental law ? The Safety , Security and Environment law deals with the regulation of health , Safety , Security and environmental risks that can arise from business undertakings . Apart from covering environmental regulation of business undertakings , it also Deals with occupational safety , occupational security , occupational health and Anti-terrorism . 2 . What can the experience with...
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Name : University : Course : Tutor : Date : The Death penalty Death penalty has been a longstanding debate in the social , political , and legal fronts of the American community . Opponents of death penalty cite its failure to mitigate criminal activities in the community . Another common assertion is that the practice leads to execution innocent citizens . Such has also been blamed for contradicting the...
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Australian Contract Law Q1 . A contract is an agreement or a promise between two or more parties in which all parties to the contract are legally bound by the provisions of the agreement . Major elements of a contract include agreement , consideration , intention and capacity . Agreement is the first key requirement of a contract (Benson , 2001 : 34 . Agreement consists of offer...
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This will enable to create a leeway for the management to run the business more efficiently because they will have a better co-ordinated timely information whenever they need it and since computerising the whole operation is recommended their controlling process will be much enhanced . However , it does not mean any system that is done manually will fall behind , but since...
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Running heading : Employment law Employment law Name 25th August , 2010 Introduction Employment legislation in Australia is catered for by a body of laws , precedents and administrative rulings which address the restrictions on , legal rights of working people and their organizations . As such , it mediates many aspects of the relationship between trade unions , employees and employers . Employment law is vital in...
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Running Head : Int Terrorism q7 University : Name : Course : Tutor : International terrorism 1 . Explain the danger posed by Russia 's breakaway states . Identify three examples of breakaway states . There is danger of out break of war and conflict among the break away states of Russia . The conflict will possibly be aggravated by territory demarcation requirements and citizenship for the breakaway States...
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PERSONAL STATEMENT I believe that continuing education is instrumental in individual development and empowerment . Currently , my aim is to complete my master 's degree to complement what I have already learned during my college education so that I can become more capable and effective in my chose field of profession . When I complete my masters degree , as I am intensely...
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Running Head : International Terrorism q2 University : Name : Course : Tutor : International Terrorism q2 1 . Fraser and Fulton describe a four-level structure of terrorist groups . List and explain the four levels of Fraser and Fulton 's model . According to Fraser and Fulton 's model of terrorism , there are four levels of terrorism : the top level , the active cadre , the active supporters and...
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