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OTAGO, UOLAWS101Donna BuckinghamSpring

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

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17/04 legislation 11- an introduction to the new zealand bill of rights. Proposition: parliament can make or unmake any law it chooses, and it is the t
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OTAGO, UOLAWS101Donna BuckinghamFall

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

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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 need to remem
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LAWS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Physical Therapy, Clinical Psychology, Fide

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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 floo
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OTAGO, UOLAWS101Donna BuckinghamFall

LAWS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Life Insurance, Smallpox

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One must disclose all relevant information on making this contract, in order to be able to collect insurance should the circumstances arise that this i
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OTAGO, UOLAWS101Donna BuckinghamFall

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

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02/05 lecture 17: statutory interpretation and tikanga maori. Family protection act can balance out inequity by enquiring if the beneficiaries are rece
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OTAGO, UOLAWS101Donna BuckinghamFall

STAT Lecture 5.docx

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Legal opinion no. 1: i am assuming that the facts have occurred after the act fb was not public until after 2006. In the absence of a date i am assumin
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OTAGO, UOLAWS101Donna BuckinghamFall

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

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01/05 lecture 16: the interpretation act past and future 2. In new zealand homicide is the killing of one human being by another human being. Murder re
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OTAGO, UOLAWS101Donna BuckinghamFall

LAWS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Crimes Act 1961, Grievous Bodily Harm

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

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08/05 lecture 18: statutory interpretation and the supreme court. If cases are the same in terms of their facts, they should be treated the same. 2004
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OTAGO, UOLAWS101Donna BuckinghamFall

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

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17/04 legislation 11- an introduction to the new zealand bill of rights act. Proposition: parliament can make or unmake any law it chooses, and it is t
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OTAGO, UOLAWS101Donna BuckinghamFall

LAWS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Legal Fiction

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30 mark question on a statute we have not seen before. Essay question- be given a model question i. e. a question similar to the exam question. One of
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LAWS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: New Zealand Bill Of Rights Act 1990, Human Rights Act 1993, Quid Pro Quo

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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 reser
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