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TABL1710 Final Notes

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Detailed notes from week 1 to week 12 content covered by Dr Leela Cejna as lecturer in S1 2016.

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Contract law Estoppel in English law Estoppel Consideration Contract Option contract Precedent Central London Property Trust Ltd v High Trees House Ltd Offer and acceptance Intention to be legally bound Parol evidence rule Statute of frauds
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Identify the different ways laws can be classified 3. Distinguish between the different types of legal systems 4. Identify the different sources of Australian Law 5. Give a brief history of Australian law and the Australian legal system 6. Identify the main characteristics of the Australian legal system 1.1 Nature of Law in our Society: LO: 1 Law – the systematic set of rules to regulate or control conduct within a society • A set of rules that will be enforced by the courts • Declares how we must behave Rule of Law: Our legal system is built on the principal that the authority of Government power must be exercised according to law. The Rule of Law has 3 components 1. No Arbitrary Power a. Separation of powers of the Gov. (Legislative, Executive, Judiciary) 2. Equality before the law 3. Enforceable in Court 1.2 Sources of Australian Law: LO: 4 A...
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