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  • Nuremberg Trial-The background and its impact upon international law
  • The background, proceedings, verdicts and impact of the infamous Nuremberg Trial is discussed in this paper. ...More

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  • Oman business law assignment on Royal Decree
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  • Paper discussing the human rights and labor law of UAE
  • To establish harmony and discipline among the people human rights were set, which include certain set of standards of human behavior and are effectively and regularly protected through legal rights in...More

    To establish harmony and discipline among the people human rights were set, which include certain set of standards of human behavior and are effectively and regularly protected through legal rights in national and international law. The human rights are considered as fundamental rights, which every individual is inherently entitled to as a human being. As per Article 1 of United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.” Similarly the labor laws to have effective mediation between employers and employees and the trade unions. These laws include employment standards, which are the norms for socially acceptable condition, which the employees and employers are permitted to work. The paper discusses the human rights and labor law of UAE. The adherence to these laws is considered to be the best among all the Arab countries. ... Less

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  • Power Point Presentation on 'Australia's Federal Industrial Relations Regime'
  • Objectives of this topic
    The Workplace Relations Act 1996
    The Work Choices Act 2005
    The Transition to Forward with Fairness Act 2008
    The Fair Work Act 2009
    National Employment Standards
    Fair W...More

    Objectives of this topic
    The Workplace Relations Act 1996
    The Work Choices Act 2005
    The Transition to Forward with Fairness Act 2008
    The Fair Work Act 2009
    National Employment Standards
    Fair Work Australia
    Enterprise bargaining
    Modern Awards
    Industrial action
    Union rights of entry
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  • Project report on 'The Indian Contract Act, 1872'
  • Indian Contract Act 1872 is the main source of law regulating contracts in Indian law, as subsequently amended.
    It determines the circumstances in which promise made by the parties to a contract shal...More

    Indian Contract Act 1872 is the main source of law regulating contracts in Indian law, as subsequently amended.
    It determines the circumstances in which promise made by the parties to a contract shall be legally binding on them. All of us enter into a number of contracts everyday knowingly or unknowingly. Each contract creates some right and duties upon the contracting parties. Indian contract deals with the enforcement of these rights and duties upon the parties.
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  • Questions on Arbitration Act, 2005 in Malaysia
  • This paper provides answers to the following questions –

    (a) Explain the requirements of an enforceable Award under the Arbitration Act 2005.

    (b) State the grounds and circumstances on which th...More

    This paper provides answers to the following questions –

    (a) Explain the requirements of an enforceable Award under the Arbitration Act 2005.

    (b) State the grounds and circumstances on which the court can set-aside the arbitral Award with reference to decided cases. Make reference to decided cases.

    (c) How may an arbitral Award be enforced in Malaysia. Make reference to decided cases.

    (d) Explain the circumstances under which a High Court may determine a question of law arising either in the course of the arbitration or arising out of an award.

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  • Questions on Buisness law
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  • Questions on few Law Acts
  • This paper provides answers to the following questions –

    1. UK – Provide a brief synthesis of the Digital Economy Act 2010, and in particular sections 9-10 of that Act.
    2. UK – Summarise and crit...More

    This paper provides answers to the following questions –

    1. UK – Provide a brief synthesis of the Digital Economy Act 2010, and in particular sections 9-10 of that Act.
    2. UK – Summarise and critically discuss the issues in the current High Court case between Paramount Pictures and others against BT in the context of online file-sharing and copyright infringement by Newzbin2.
    3. EU – Explain briefly the liabilities and responsibilities already imposed by the EU's E-Commerce Directive (2000/31/EC), Articles 12/ 13/ 14, which deal with the liability of ISPs in respect of the mere conduiting/ caching/ hosting of web content, and how these can be compared with the provisions of the DEA 2010
    4. USA – Explain briefly the "safe harbour" provisions in the USA's Digital Millennium Copyright Act 1998 in comparison with the above, with reference to recent case law on this subject.
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  • Questions on Oman law
  • This paper answers the following questions on Oman law –

    Q1) Mr. Asaad decides to buy a new BMW car as a new model from XYZ Company, the total amount is O.R. 18000 and he pays O.R. 2000 as an adv...More

    This paper answers the following questions on Oman law –

    Q1) Mr. Asaad decides to buy a new BMW car as a new model from XYZ Company, the total amount is O.R. 18000 and he pays O.R. 2000 as an advance and the remaining amount is paid by cheques in installments for five years, Mr. Asaad also provides all the required documents and he gets the car.
    From the above case answer the following questions with evidences from the law of Contracts.
    a. Explain with articles when Asaad can become the owner of the car?
    b. By the end of the first year Asaad decides to sell the car to somebody else before paying all the cheques, because of his critical financial position. Discuss the important steps to be followed by Asaad.
    c. What will happen if Asaad delays in paying the installments on time?

    Q 2) Explain any one of the following Torts:
    d. a. Tort of Negligence
    e. b. Tort of Nuisance
    f. c. Tort of Defamation
    g. Give example for any one case which you have chosen.

    Q 3): Distinguish between Limited Omani Joint stock Company and General Omani Joint Stock Company; give examples of organizations representing both of them.

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  • Questions on Singapore law
  • This paper answers the following questions on Singapore law –

    Question 1
    Mason was walking home along Geylang Ave 10 when a stranger approached him. The stranger introduced himself as Jaws, the ...More

    This paper answers the following questions on Singapore law –

    Question 1
    Mason was walking home along Geylang Ave 10 when a stranger approached him. The stranger introduced himself as Jaws, the “friendly neighbourhood financial planner.” Facing financial difficulties, Mason was interested to hear out what Jaws had to offer. Jaws was willing to loan Mason $10,000 at a monthly interest rate of 5%. Jaws claimed that it was, “better than the local banks by 1% (unsaid, 1% per annum).”
    Hearing that it was such a good offer, Mason decided to take up the loan. He signed on all the necessary contractual documents and walked away with $9,500 cash, with $500 as its first payment to Jaws for interest.
    In the meanwhile Jaws is convicted and sentenced to an imprisonment term for having conducted moneylending business at Geylang Avenue 10 without a valid licence. Upon his release from prison Jaws went to Mason’s home for the collection of his loan. Mason refused to pay any money, claiming that after attending his Contract Law classes in UniSIM, he came to realize that there is no valid contract as there was a presence of vitiating factor - mistake. Advise Mason.

    Question 2
    Sharon places a sign in the window of his black Porsche which reads, “For Sale - $50,000 only! Normal price - $400,000! Low mileage, 2008 model – full service history and records available.” In response to the notice, Kevin speaks to Sharon about the car. Kevin tells Sharon that he intends to buy the car for his wife and new born son. After examining the car and its service history and records, Kevin purchased it from Sharon for $50,000.
    Within the next few weeks, Kevin spent an additional $8,000 retrofitting the interiors of the car. 2 months later, Kevin saw an old copy of newspaper, featuring a picture of his Porsche in connection with a serial murderer. It transpired that the previous owner of the vehicle before was the serial killer who hid the bodies of his victims in the car. It was also discovered that the car was a 2007 model. Once the background of the car was known, Kevin’s wife refused to go into the vehicle. She claimed that it is not “healthy” for their new born son to be in the car.
    While Sharon knew of the car’s history, she said nothing of this to Kevin. Kevin felt that there was a breach of contract and wants to seek legal remedies. Advise Kevin.

    Question 3
    May was a Director for a private school – Institute of Commerce. Part of her job was to source for the purchase of a piece land for the school. A few weeks later, May finds a plot of land in Serangoon suitable for the school’s development. Acting as an agent on behalf of the school, she bought the land at an inflated price of $900,000. Unknown to the school and its Board of Directors, May had pocketed $200,000 of commission over the land sale. She had also failed to disclose that the land was purchased from her husband, Mason.
    A few days prior to the sale of land to the Institute of Commerce, Mason actually transacted with the original land owner and bought the Serangoon plot of land for $400,000.
    When the Institute of Commerce discovered of Mason’s role in the transaction, they felt that May was in breach of her contractual duties as an agent and director of her office. Advise May.
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