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Tort Law - Nuisance, Trespass, etc

You have tackled each issue clearly, using case law and carefully applying the case law to suggest a solution for each issue. When explaining the rules on private nuisance in the first paragraph, you could cite the cases which set out these main rules.Does nuisance still have to be something that is ongoing, a 'state of affairs' rather than a one-off event? You could perhaps highlight this more. When dealing with the Animals Act, are there more details needed - are there criteria to apply of when an owner is liable?
Regarding the pony, is there also a place for a possible negligence claim here - if Tim negligently failed to repair a hole in the fence, or negligently left the gate open etc. It may be that there is no need to go down this route, as strict liability is easier to prove. John's retaliation is more likely to be just battery - did he put Tim 'in fear'? Often a spellchecker brings up 'tortuous' rather than 'tortious' and this appears in your next paragraph!Regarding the public nuisance, what is the likely outcome - say for example the residents banded together to get something done - what are the options?

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statutory interpretation

You have dicussed the main rules etc - when you mention cases, explain how they illustrate the rule you have stated. Say more about the cases. When discussing the advantages and disadvantages, you need more detail because you only have to discuss two. Therefore us the cases to back up the points you make.

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Coursework Assignment

You seem to suggest that Warehouse made the offer, then needs to accept it - when Warehouse said is there a discount for buying in bulk, this may not be the offer - see Harvey v. Facey.Also be careful with the idea that Warehouse needs to 'validate' the contract in writing - a purely oral contract is usually valid. For a case on specifying the mode of acceptance, see Holwell Secutities v. Hughes. Note that in the Brinkibon case, it was said that a telex message RECEIVED in office hours could be valid, even if not read immediately. It seems unclear whether the postal rule applies to e-mail. There is the Electronic Communications Act 2000 - does this apply at all to the type of contract involved in this question?

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The Jury!!

simi_m03Outline the role of the Jury in a Criminal trial and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the use of juries in the Criminal Justice System.
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Need some gud revsion sites

Wed Oct 19, 05 | A Level > Law > Revision
RozieHello!!! i knw alot of ppl ask this question but i searched for some but could not find any gud ones, so was wondering if any of you can help!!!

I need websites for A level Law especially the tort side am reallty stuck with tht

And i need some for sociology like summaru notes of each topic i prefer diagram so if any of you can then please

Give as many as you got:):D Tht wud be gr8

Thnx in advance

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Statute Creation - URGENT

TreeHuggerWhat is a statute?

Who creates a statute?

How is it approved and applied?

This has completely stumped me, I can't even find the term statute in my books

I know how to explain statutory legislation, but the  word statute screws me up

Please help!!

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