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BLAW10001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Buckhurst Park, Sussex, Secret Profit

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BLAW10001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Obiter Dictum, Commonwealth Law Reports, Precedent

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The case is decided according to the law and an appropriate order is made. A judge(cid:859)s powe to make law: sometimes, the judge may not be able to
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BLAW10001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Fax, Legal Liability, Exxon

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Intention to be legally bound: must be an intention for agreement to be legally bound, court asks whether, in the circumstances, a reasonable person wo
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BLAW10001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Efficiency Ratio, Passive Underwater Fire Control Feasibility System, Parol Evidence Rule

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Freedom to contract: the law allows contracting parties the freedom to form contracts w/o interference, some general limits illegal undertakings not en
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BLAW10001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dangerous Goods, Consumer Protection, Small Business

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Need to regulate consumer contracts: consumers are disadvantaged with supplies of goods & services because, they have less negotiating power, less well
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BLAW10001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Contributory Negligence

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BLAW10001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Corporate Law, Client Confidentiality, Peer Pressure

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National law: rules of conduct that accord with our realised experiences in the physical world, rules of conduct that derive from belief systems, texts
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BLAW10001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Royal Assent, Golden Rule, Bicameralism

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Law-making powers of local governments: local governments established by state & territory governments, ca(cid:374) (cid:373)ake (cid:858)(cid:271)(cid
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BLAW10001 Final: REMEDIES FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT

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BLAW10001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Unconscionability, Undue Influence

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If a contract is void ab initio, parties must revert back to their pre-contractual position: this process is called restitution in integrum. Circumstan
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BLAW10001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Breach (Security Exploit), Specific Performance

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Principles of Business Law notes and case study summary

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