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PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW

QUESTION

My assignment topic will come out on the 6th of June. It consists of a short essay and a problem solving.

I need to have it referenced with Australian Guide to Legal Citation, 3rd edition – footnotes and bibliography. For the problem solving, the best way would be to follow the IRAC method.

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BUSINESS LAW CASE STUDY

DescriAnswer all 4 questions.
HA2022 Business Law, Tri 3, 2011
1. Margaret owned an antique store that specialised in rare porcelain dolls. When she
opened the business in 1989, it was at a shop in an eastern suburb of Melbourne. In 1999
she started to advertise on the Internet and by 2006 the business had grown to the point
where she needed help to keep the business going. After a family discussion one night at
the kitchen table in July 2006, it was agreed that Margaret would probably keep the
business going for another couple of years and then retire. Emily, her youngest daughter
and aged 16, would work in the shop as long as was needed and in return, she would
receive any unsold dolls. When Margaret retired at the end of 2009, she decided that she
would give the unsold stock to charity and they could auction it and keep the proceeds.
Advise Emily.
2. Richard, an impoverished university student, and his millionaire father enter into an
arrangement where Richard agrees that he will keep the front- and backyards of the
family property mowed, and he will ‘do a bit’ to keep the gardens looking tidy. In return,
his father agrees to pay him a weekly allowance of $200. His father had previously used a
garden contractor to do the job and paid him $350. They live on a one-hectare property,
and the mowing alone takes half a day a week. After four weeks, Richard’s father tells him
that he can’t afford to pay $200 a week. He says that Richard should be doing the work
for nothing, as it is the responsibility of the whole family to look after the property;
besides, he says, Richard is getting free board and lodging. Advise Richard.
3. Jenny received a circular from Beauty and the Beast Hair Salon advertising massages and
manicures for $10. Realising that this was an exceptionally good deal, but not surprised
because she knew that they had only just opened and were running a number of good
opening specials, she rang and made a booking. When Jenny arrived at the salon she was
told that there had been a mistake on the circular and it should have said $100. The
manager of the salon explained that this was still a good price because normally a
massage and manicure would have cost $150. Jenny was furious, as it had taken her 30
minutes to get to the shop by car and if she had known it would cost $100, she would
never have made the booking. Advise Jenny. Would your advice have been any different if
Jenny had the massage and manicure before being told that the cost was $100? Would
she have to pay the full price?
4. Bruce, while he was so drunk that he didn’t know what he was doing, bid successfully at
an auction for the purchase of a house. It was clear to the auctioneer that Bruce didn’t
know what he was doing. However, after Bruce sobered up he confirmed the contract
with the auctioneer. He then subsequently refused to complete the contract. Is Bruce be bound your assignment

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CASE STUDY ON BUSINESS LAW

DescriAnswer all 4 questions.
HA2022 Business Law, Tri 3, 2011
1. Margaret owned an antique store that specialised in rare porcelain dolls. When she
opened the business in 1989, it was at a shop in an eastern suburb of Melbourne. In 1999
she started to advertise on the Internet and by 2006 the business had grown to the point
where she needed help to keep the business going. After a family discussion one night at
the kitchen table in July 2006, it was agreed that Margaret would probably keep the
business going for another couple of years and then retire. Emily, her youngest daughter
and aged 16, would work in the shop as long as was needed and in return, she would
receive any unsold dolls. When Margaret retired at the end of 2009, she decided that she
would give the unsold stock to charity and they could auction it and keep the proceeds.
Advise Emily.
2. Richard, an impoverished university student, and his millionaire father enter into an
arrangement where Richard agrees that he will keep the front- and backyards of the
family property mowed, and he will ‘do a bit’ to keep the gardens looking tidy. In return,
his father agrees to pay him a weekly allowance of $200. His father had previously used a
garden contractor to do the job and paid him $350. They live on a one-hectare property,
and the mowing alone takes half a day a week. After four weeks, Richard’s father tells him
that he can’t afford to pay $200 a week. He says that Richard should be doing the work
for nothing, as it is the responsibility of the whole family to look after the property;
besides, he says, Richard is getting free board and lodging. Advise Richard.
3. Jenny received a circular from Beauty and the Beast Hair Salon advertising massages and
manicures for $10. Realising that this was an exceptionally good deal, but not surprised
because she knew that they had only just opened and were running a number of good
opening specials, she rang and made a booking. When Jenny arrived at the salon she was
told that there had been a mistake on the circular and it should have said $100. The
manager of the salon explained that this was still a good price because normally a
massage and manicure would have cost $150. Jenny was furious, as it had taken her 30
minutes to get to the shop by car and if she had known it would cost $100, she would
never have made the booking. Advise Jenny. Would your advice have been any different if
Jenny had the massage and manicure before being told that the cost was $100? Would
she have to pay the full price?
4. Bruce, while he was so drunk that he didn’t know what he was doing, bid successfully at
an auction for the purchase of a house. It was clear to the auctioneer that Bruce didn’t
know what he was doing. However, after Bruce sobered up he confirmed the contract
with the auctioneer. He then subsequently refused to complete the contract. Is Bruce be bound your assignment

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NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT

You are required to write an essay in which you answer following question.

1. Why did the New Zealand government offer Warner Brothers incentives to film “The Hobbit” in New Zealand? Analyse how this will affect the New Zealand film industry and New Zealand society.

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ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE ISSUES

Question 1: Funding the business (5 marks)

You are a credit analyst with No Brainer Limited. The company is experiencing some cash flow problems and is seriously considering factoring its entire receivables balance.

Required

After conducting some research, write a brief (of 300 words or less) report to the board of No Brainer Limited outlining the strengths and weaknesses of such a move. Reference all sources of information using the APA method.

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CASE STUDY ON BRODRIBB

QUESTION

STEVENS V BRODRIBB SAWMILLING CO PTY LTD (1986) 160 CLR 16

MAH11959 – COMMERCIAL LAW

SOLUTION

INTRODUCTION:

Case appealed on special leave at the High Court from Supreme Court of Victoria. The parties to the appeal are Stevens the truck driver (plaintiff), Gray (defendant & appellant) & Brodribb Sawmilling Company Proprietary Limited (Brodribb (defendant, respondent)). The arguments in this case is to understand the relationship of Sawmilling with Gray and Stevens, i.e. whether it is a contract of service or contract for service (Marshall Brenda, 2006). We analyze the judgment of High court based on these grounds and also measure the liability of Brodribb to other parties.

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CASE STUDY ON BUSINESS LAW

QUESTION

Corporations and Business Associations Law Assignment (New Zealand)

Bill Hobbit and his friend Monica Sauron have set up a tourism company called Banks Peninsula Volcanic Tours Ltd. The company provides helicopter flights over active volcanoes in New Zealand. Although Bill and Monica originally held 50% each of the shares in the company, three years ago they sold an interest in the company to Mordor Ltd. The money from the sale of shares to Mordor was used to buy a helicopter. Bill and Monica currently hold 30% each of the shares and Mordor Ltd has the remaining 40% of the shares. Bill, Monica and Graham (a nominee director for Mordor Ltd) are the three directors of the company.

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CULTURE IN THE JUNO MOVIE

QUESTION

Essay: Juno Movie (word limits 2500-3000) (Teenage Pregnancy)

This Assignment revolves around the movie Juno so you need to watch the DVD Juno to start this assignment and must be followed the given below requirements. Please give an appropriate title for this essay by yourself.

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LAW IN MYFANWY HUGHES

QUESTION

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BACHELOR OF LAWS (HONS)
PROGRAMMES AT THE GREENWICH SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
Assessment
Title:
Assessment
Question:
Assessment
format:
LEVEL 5 – COURSEWORK ASSIGNMENT’
MODULE: Land Law
SEMESTER: February 2012
The trials and tribulations of Tamara
See attached
Individual written assignment in an essay format
Individual Essay I Students are required to fully reference their work using
footnotes. A separate bibliography/reference pagels must
be provided with texts, papers, articles,’ laws etc. correctly
cited. Refer to the Law Style Manual for further guidance.
An accurate word count must be stated.
All coursework assignments must be accompanied by a full
certificate from Turnitin, clearly indicating the percentage
match with electronic sources, all of which must be fully and
accurately referenced.
Keys Dates:
To be handed out: March 23, 2012
Submission time and date for coursework: April 30.
2012
Submission instructions: Students are required to submit
two identical copies of the coursework to their tutor, before
the deadline, both of which must have a copy of the Law
Programme feedback sheet stapled to the top left hand
corner of the work. Name, date, student number, module
and tutor’s name along with a personal grade
prediction must be provided. No binding of any kind is’
permitted.
An annotated copy of the marked work will be returned to
students.

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ACCOUNTING AND SOCIETY OF MINERALS RESOURCES

QUESTION

MAA310 Accounting and Society
Trimester 1 2012
Written Assignment

Due Date: Monday 7 May 2012 BEFORE 11.59pm
Marks: 40 Marks
This assignment is based mainly on Topic 6. You will also need to do some extended
personal research and self-directed learning in order to complete the assignment. The
assignment may be completed either INDIVIDUALLY or in a group of TWO. If completed
as an individual assignment, the length is 3,000 words. If completed as a group
assignment, the length is 4,500 words.

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ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF GREENHOUSE GASES IN AUSTRALIA

QUESTION

Australian Government Carbon Taxation

Policy and Its macroeconomic impact on the Australian

                   Economy

SOLUTION

Greenhouse gases have been a main concern for the developing and the developed economies for a long back. They all are very much concerned about the effects of the greenhouse gas emission and its impact on the country. In this regards the Australian government also came up with an emerging taxation policy i.e. Carbon taxation policy to respond the potential threat of climate and environment changes due to emission of the GHGs. It is somehow and somewhere good for those who are interested towards the tax reforms and also not good for those who are not interested towards the tax reforms and new taxation burdens in the form of carbon taxation policy. Although it is quite true that the purpose of the new carbon taxation policy should not be to increase the tax burden or the tax revenue and not also to reduce the usage of energy but there should be a neutral effect and phenomenon that will lead to the optimal resolution of all these issues with the emission of the greenhouse gases.

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HUMAN RESOURCES STRATEGEIS AT ZIP AIR

QUESTION

  • Andika01Question 1:

“Based on your research and your studies of organisations, critically evaluate whether continuous learning at the workplace is more or less important for some organisations than others.”

  • Question 2:

“Critically analyse the HR strategy at Zip Air? Evaluate how the HR strategy supports the business plan. Do you think Zip Air will be able to mobilise its employee’s competencies and commitment to achieve a competitive advantage?”

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