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200013 Admin Law Assignment

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In cases of intention to create legal relations it is important to consider presumption. In the decision of Ermogenous v Greek Orthodox Community the High court stated that the presumptions should not be a general rule but decided on situational factors of each case

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In the decision of Ermogenous v Greek Orthodox Community the High court stated that the presumptions should not be a general rule but decided on situational factors of each case. But the concept of presumption was not interpreted as intended by the lower court, the later decision in Ashton v Pratt the lower courts apply the concept of presumption to establish that there is was legal contract as cited in Ermogenous. But this concept had to be clarified by the supreme court of NSW to establish that presumption is not a general rule but is susceptible to the situation. Therefore the High Court decisions are not always interpreted as intended and need to be clarified. Annotated Bibliography 1. Liao, Zhixiong. "Intention to Create Legal Relations and the Reform of Contract Law: A Conservative Approach in the Modern Global Era." Beijing Law Review4.02 (2013): 82. Liao...
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