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UNCC300 Chapter 1-12: UNCC300 Chapter 1-1: UNCC300 Chapter 1-: UNCC300 Chapter : The Tempest
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The Tempest HSC SECTION III Required to: compose an integrated response (extended essay that combines the Tempest with related text) to a question grounded in the concept of Discovery using THE TEMPEST and at least 2 texts...

University Core Curriculum
UNCC300
Maureen O'Neill
LAWS107 Chapter 40: 40
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Vitiating Factors:Unconscionable Conduct Possible Essay Topic Definition: (Good quote to use for the essay) Conduct which is against good consciencemanifestly unfair. Occurs where one party, the stronger party, takes uncon...

LAWS
LAWS107
amanda
LAWS107 Chapter 44: 44
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Spot the types of illegal contracts and then start with the following steps Yango Pastoral Co Pty Ltd v First Chicago Australia Ltd (1978) HCA Vitiating Factor: Illegality by Statute (modern approach) Facts: First Chicago ...

LAWS
LAWS107
amanda
LAWS107 Chapter 45: 45
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STEP 2: WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE CONTRAVENTION? Question:isittheintentionofparliamentthatthecontractbe unenforceablevoid; or that to simply penalize violations? TEST 1, PURPOSE HERE: to protect borrowersdepositors ...

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LAWS107
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LAWS107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 41: Harry Gibbs, Wilfred Fullagar, Edward Mctiernan
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Justice Deane stated, in part: [12] The jurisdiction of courts of equity to relieve against unconscionable dealing ... is long established as extending generally to circumstances in which (i) a party to a transaction was u...

LAWS
LAWS107
amanda
LAWS107 Chapter 46: 46
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Consequences of Illegality Unenforceability: Court can decided whether contract is unenforceable against BOTH parties; or only the party that caused the illegality to arise ( Non- Retrievable GeneralRule:oncea contractisfo...

LAWS
LAWS107
amanda
LAWS107 Chapter 47: LAWS107 Chapter : 47
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The loss claimed must not be too remote from the breach and the non- breaching party must do what is reasonable to reduce (mitigate) the damage they suffer. Often subject to limiting clauses in contract. Damages are availa...

LAWS
LAWS107
amanda
LAWS107 Chapter 42: 42
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Remedy: Rescission Legislation: (Good for Essay) (1) Australian Consumer Law (ACL) ACL Section Definition S20 Prohibits unconscionable conduct within unwritten law (Referring to the common lawequity) S21 Prohibits unconsci...

LAWS
LAWS107
amanda
LAWS107 Chapter 43: 43
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Contracts Review Act 1980 (NSW) CRA Section Summary of Section S4 Unjust is defined as unconscionable, harsh or oppressive S6 Only applies to consumer,snot commercial contracts (in course of tradebusinessprofession) S7 Mai...

LAWS
LAWS107
amanda
LAWS107 Chapter 35: 35
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Representation and Reasonable reliance: Legione v Hateley A agrees to sell land to B Before settlement, B phones A solicitors and asks for a short extensionto finalize finance with the bank Representation: Asreceptionistsa...

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LAWS107
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LAWS107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 32: Force Majeure
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Restrictions Contract is NOT frustrated where: 1. The supervening event was provided in the contract: Codelfa Construction Pty Ltd v SRA of NSW - A force majeure clause lists frustrating events suspend performance by provi...

LAWS
LAWS107
amanda
LAWS107 Chapter 33: 33
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Termination of Contract Delay (c) General Rules: Common Law v Equity Common law: Time classes as a Condition - Thus, Time is of the essence - Consequence for breach, Termination + Sue for damages Equity: Time is a warranty...

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LAWS107
amanda
LAWS107 Chapter 37: 37
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Derry v Peek (1889) Facts: The defendants were directors of a tramway company who issued a prospectus stating that the company was entitled to use steam or other mechanical power to run its trams. The statement was false. ...

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LAWS107
amanda
LAWS107 Chapter 39: LAWS107 Chapter : 39
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Henjo Investments Pty Ltd v Collins Marrickville Pty Ltd (1988) Facts: Henjo opened a new restaurant. Prior to opening the restaurant, Henjo sought council approval to seat 84 people and a liquor licence for the same numbe...

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LAWS107
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LAWS107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 36: Dick Bentley, Thorite, False Statement
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Vitiating Factors Misrepresentation Common Law Definition: Misrepresentation is defined as (a) a false statement of fact (thus not a personal opinion, pufferies, or statements of future intention) which was madebytherepres...

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