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Question 1 Melania and Donald are business partners and own BeBest Buggies. BeBest sells golf equipment and offers personal golf tuition. They established their large and ostentatious..
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The assessment will require you to research and review a relevant welfare law associated with one of the following topics of choice. Word Count: 1200-1500 words we Choose topic the aged use Simpl..
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Discuss the availability of these remedies.Does the fact that Elton is 16 years old have any impact on the lawsuit. Discuss the claim of KPI the applicable principles and likely result...
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1. Explain the historical foundations of the Australian legal system and the current sources of law. 2. Describe the essential elements required to create, manage and discharge a contract and t..
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Critically analyse and evaluate the judgment of Justice Keen in Lon Fuller’s The Case of the Speluncean Explorers. It is of particular importance that the essay presents a concise and a..
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How could investigators be made more accountable without stifling their creativity or unduly restricting their freedom of movement and autonomy? What steps could be taken to ensure that case assignmen..
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Assume you are Mr Ellery. Describe the basic internal control procedures Mr Ellery failed to implement? What in your opinion was the critical time for him to demand further&nbs..
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You have been asked by Frank Jones and his business partner, Paddy Jackson to advise themon the following issues,1. Evaluate Partnership as a business’s type reference to Frank Jones and Pad..
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QUESTION 1Rodney, a landscaper and gardener, owned 3 acres of land near Taree. In 1992 he subdivided his land into 1 large lot (1 acre) surrounded by twenty small lots. Rodney sold..
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TASK: You have been hired as a lawyer! You will apply your understanding of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms to present your argument before the court. You have learned about the Charter of Rights a..