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The right of set off

Courts and the Judicial Process Study Guide Exam/Quiz 1 Definitions ­Adjudicate­ make a formal judgment/decision about a problem or disputed matter ­Ex parte­ standing in front o...

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LAWS435
Struan Scott
Undue influence

Federal Court System and Appellate Courts Dual Court System Federal Magistrate ­Not the same as state magistrate ­They are federal equivalent of state trial court judges of limited jurisdiction    *Article I judges (n...

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LAWS435
Struan Scott
LAWS101 Study Guide - Euglena, Histology, Choroid

BIO 271, Feb. 6, 2013 BIO 271HIS: Neurobiology Prof. Melanie Woodin February 6, 2013 - ...

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LAWS101
Cristine De Clercy
LAWS101 Study Guide - Capital Market, Stagflation, Autonomous Consumption

Economics 203 Review Sheet Final Exam: Chapters 11-17 (Regular Time/Place: Monday, Dec. 9 ; 10:15-11:45am; Stolkin Auditorium- Physics Bldg) I. Chapter 11- Economic Indicators ...

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LAWS101
Cristine De Clercy
LAWS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Constitution Act 1986, Westminster System

Chapter 1 What is law? Where is England? Oliver Wendall Holmes 4 main points 1. Law is not a mystery but a well known profession 2. Law is essentially about prediction or “prophecy” 3. Legal History is studied t...

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LAWS101
Jacinta Ruru
LAWS311 Study Guide - Final Guide: Psychological Abuse, Best Interests, Living Death

RELOCATION MY ANSWER MUST: (1) Clearly identify what principles in s4, 5, and 6 COCA are relevant to the facts (2) Apply the principles and relevant cases and co...

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LAWS311
Mark Henaghan
Evidence Notes.docx

LAWS 314 Law of EvidenceOUTLINE 1 A Operation of the ActSections 5 6 1012 Most of the classic rules of Evidence are specifically worded to only apply in certain circumstances This includes proceedings This is defined in s4...

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LAWS314
Richard Mahoney
LAWS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Judicial Activism, Social Distance, Proxy Voting

08/05 Lecture 18: Statutory Interpretation and the Supreme Court Development of our highest court: Supreme Court: If cases are the same in terms of their facts, they should be treated the same. Not Examinable The Elect...

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LAWS101
Donna Buckingham
LAWS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Statutory Interpretation, Testator, Intestacy

02/05 Lecture 17: Statutory interpretation and tikanga Maori FAMILY PROTECTION ACT 1955 3. Persons entitled to claim under Act- (1) an applicant for provision out of the estate of any deceased person may be made under th...

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LAWS101
Donna Buckingham
LAWS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Crimes Act 1961, Culpable Homicide, Family Court

01/05 Lecture 16: The Interpretation Act – past and future 2 Culpable Homicide:  In New Zealand homicide is the killing of one human being by another human being.  Murder requires proof of preme...

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LAWS101
Donna Buckingham
LAWS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: New Zealand Law Commission, Interpretation Act, Law Commission

24/04 Lecture 15: The Interpretation Act:  Not very much of what Donna is saying is examinable- the article by David McGee, and an amendment after that which are examinable.  Do not ne...

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LAWS101
Donna Buckingham
LAWS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: New Zealand Bill Of Rights Act 1990, Human Rights Act 1993, Quid Pro Quo

18/04 Legislation 14: Marry Go Round- NZBOR Act in Practice NZBOR Act maintains Parliament as the supreme power- while it gives these rights, it reserves the right to limit them according to other legislature and what i...

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LAWS101
Donna Buckingham
LAWS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: New Zealand Bill Of Rights Act 1990

17/04 Legislation 11- An introduction to the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 Not examinable: Proposition: parliament can make or unmake any law it chooses, and it is the task of the judiciary to apply it. The quest...

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LAWS101
Donna Buckingham
LAWS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: New Zealand Bill Of Rights Act 1990

17/04 Legislation 11- an introduction to the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 Not examinable: Proposition: parliament can make or unmake any law it chooses, and it is the task of the judiciary to apply it. The quest...

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LAWS101
Donna Buckingham
LAWS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Physical Therapy, Clinical Psychology, Fide

28/03 Lecture 10- Words about Words Two different approaches that aid in the argument of a case. Noscitur A Sociis- words derive colour from those that surround them. Example #1- All floors steps, stairs, passages and ...

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LAWS101
Donna Buckingham

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