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Question One Many are often astounded and puzzled by the principles of law and justice. They are not the same thing, although the two are strictly related. Justice is a broad notion focused on equality of rights, equity and morality. Law, on the other hand, is previewed to be based on the principle of justice and is a body of laws and guidelines set up by governments and foreign bodies. 1 Laws are written norms that in all respects control the actions of the people and of the government itself, whereas justice is a concept that may or may not be universally accepted. In other words, the justice is an idea that almost every legal framework works to apply; however, due to the nature of the framework, not always, justice is prevailed by law. There can be as many loopholes as possible in the process of seeking justice which are legally admissible in the court. 2 Moreover, the mechanism of defense and offense is not a part of justice; it is juts achieved by the idea of making balance out of conflict. There is nothing right or wrong—or ethically correct or incorrect—when it comes to see ‘just’ legal system. But at the same time, law avails all facilities possible to prove one side wrong to attain justice though; it is literally not justice but the achievement of a conclusive situation out of conflicts. All laws should also be focused on the principle of justice, and national laws should be applied in a fair and equitable manner by all governments. 3 Unfortunately, this is not always the case and laws are also violated in skewed and partial ways, disrespected and/or implemented. In addition, justice supersedes national legislation and extends without prejudice or restriction to all persons, keeping the highest form of resolution intact with it. Question Two Issue Whether or not, Pedro has a valid contractual condition with Andres in the selling purchasing of the boat; the contract was fully based on verbal commitment of Andres. The question is legally framed as: does Pedro has any opportunity on legal grounds to challenge the 1 Difference Between Law and Justice, - miscellaneous/difference-between-law-and-justice/#:~:text=While%20the%20two%20are%20strictly,on%20the %20idea%20of%20justice . 2 Ibid 3 ibid
decision of Andres to sell his boat to a third buyer in spite of the mutual acceptance achieved in the contract? Rule The contract law and its main clauses relate to the specified situation. The offer made by Pedro is the first contractual point to be agreed to by the two parties in which, Andres is the second party. Pedro read the signboard and sent a voice message as the contractual terms and conditions to Andres, which was not approved by Andres as he did not go through the offer. The formal beginning of the contract between the two parties, namely Pedro and Andres, is his acceptance of the offer by reading the signboard. 4 Application In Australian legal context, there are specific stages of entering into a contract. The first one is the offer—that was made by Andres to sell the boat and it Pedro accepted it. Then it comes

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