Reflection on the Law of Contracts

Reflection on the Law of Contracts We enter into deals and sign contracts day in day out. Sitting in a bus amounts to getting into a contract. Putting a coin in a slot of weighing balance is itself a contract. More often than not, we do not realize when we enter into contracts. People who engage in business, commerce, or industry often carry out businesses through getting into contracts. The law of contracts bears a key disparity from other types of laws in that it doesn’t lay down precise duties and rights which the law protects and enforces, but contains many limiting principles from which parties may come up with rights and duties for themselves. It is held that the law of contracts gives the...

Interview a Juvinile Probation Officer and mainly ask him/her how does writing play an importing task/skill with their career

Student’s Name Professor’s Name Subject Date Interview with a Juvenile Correctional Officer When we think about correctional officers, we tend to image burly individuals in prisons who only have to deal with prisoners and their lives. Nevertheless, what we learnt after this research is that most of the correctional officers have to process an important amount of paperwork, which means that without the proper writing skills, those reports would be incomplete, and could severely hinder the possibilities of an innocent inmate of not being unlawfully incarcerated. The opposite can happen too, that a misfiled or poorly written report could grant freedom to someone who does not deserve it...

Mandatory Mediation: Challenges and Perspectives

Student's Name Professor's Name Course Title Date Mandatory Mediation (Challenges and perspectives) Conflict resolution has become a rigorous process that is not only time consuming but also an expensive exercise. Across the world more so in Europe, the justice system there are having a hard time dealing with all cases and conflicts brought before the courts largely due to the growing number of cases( Nolan-Haley 21). Unlike in the past when some parties decided to settle some issues outside the court system, today the trend has been reversed, and cases of smaller magnitude are taken to the corridors of justice. The lack of alternative resolution mechanisms is seen as the leading cause for...

memo for paralegal studies class

Name: Professor: Course: Date: Memo TO: Jay’s mom FROM: Law Firm DATE: May 5, 2014 SUBJECT: Memo for paralegal studies class False imprisonment falls under the jurisdiction of a tort or a crime. Under the intentional torts, the imprisonment entails the process of detaining individuals, hence limiting their freedom. False imprisonment can also be termed as false arrest, which is an intentional tort. Under this, the individuals are arrested after considering the laws that are in existence. False imprisonment can, therefore, be an intentional tort, because freedom of movement for an individual is restricted. A tort is harmful because it results in injury to another person. It is vital to...

Employment law

Employment Law Employment law is enacted so as duties and rights between workers and employees can be governed. It is at times referred to as labor law and these laws are made so as it is made sure that employees are treated fairly and they are kept safe at all time they are at the dispose of their employers. They are based on court opinions, administrative rules, legislation, state constitutions and federal constitutions. An agreement between an employer and the employee might stipulate that their relationship is governed by a contract. These labor laws in America started when cries arose about the oppression of employees. In the start of the 20th century some fresh laws were passed they include;...

ETHICS LAW

Students Professor Unit level Date Ethics law An ethical issue involves situations where an individual faces a moral dilemma to make. In this case depending on the argument of the person in the dilemma he or she may be justified in whatever step they make. In this paper, the issue of private car park operators imposing fines according to their system is an ethical issue that requires a legal intervention. The parking Bonanza and their clients feel justified in their course of action, and a solicitor can help settle the battle in alleged liquidated damages as claimed by the Parking bonanza firm. The Queensland law society provides a procedure to help reach a decision on the contested...

evidentiary issues found in immigrant deportation cases

Evidentiary issues found in immigrant deportation cases Name: Institutional Affiliation: Evidentiary issues found in immigrant deportation cases Introduction There are many reforms that are sweeping across the US in connection to the issues of immigration and deportation. Most immigrants have had to vacate the US because of illegal entry to the region, to overstay when using visas that are temporary or going to the US without express permission from the government. There have been different crackdown laws in the US, and notable among them is the Arizona immigration law that is controversial. The law gives law enforcement agencies the permission to go around the region and investigate all...

solicitor ethics

Student Professor Course level Date Solicitor ethics “ Lawyers are always experiencing challenging cases with ethical issues, which could jeopardize the solicitor’s career and disorients their client’s arrangement, if not given a keen moral scrutiny ”1. Approaching an ethical issue from all angles could promote the arrival of the best model of action when determining the case concerning an ethical issue. With a full consideration of an ethical issue, the solicitor stands a better chance of explaining the issue to an investigator the reason for adopting a particular course of action. Enough knowledge from the client should be gathered to ensure the course of action decided on covers...

Did Jim and Laura Buy a Car?

Did Jim and Laura Buy a Car? Name: Institutional Affiliation: Did Jim and Laura Buy a Car? Obligations that the law can enforce are called contracts. When there is a breach of any contract made between two parties, the law allows different remedies to the offended. The existence of a contract becomes possible when there is a promise in place by one party to another. The idea of legality is often important, and for the contract to be binding it has to fulfill the four elements of contracts that are an offer, the intention of entering into a legal agreement, consideration and acceptance. For a contract to be binding, it has to have an offer, which can lapse due to the expiry of the acceptance...

Landlord-Tenant Law

Name: Institution: Course: Date; Legal rights of the tenant 1. To have the house in the right shape- In this case, there was a breach of this right where the property owner does not do anything possible to make sure that the tenant gets the house to be in the good shape. The roof keeps on leaking, and all that the landlord does is to mere give empty promises that he is seen not to deliver at all to the tenant (Miceli, 1997). Each time Roger calls Larry to inform him about the leak that is in the roof, all that the landlord states is that he will make sure the issue is sorted out, but then nothing is done to try and solve the situation that is at hand as such. This is indeed a show that the...