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70104 Multiple Choice Breakdown

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A look into the possible questions asked in the multiple choice component of the exam (Autumn 2017) and rough answers for each

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A basis for striking out a statement of claim might be that there are reasonable prospects of success, but the plaintiff has traversed the pleading DEPENDS → Court has a discretionary power to strike out proceedings; General Steel (1964) The court has the power to order that the whole or any part of a pleading be struck out if: a. it discloses n...
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