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Unformatted text preview: d by the workers, a new one started to surface elsewhere. In view of all the hassle and bad luck, he eventually decided to sell the bungalow to a third party for $5 million. Jim was later informed by an expert that the structural defects in his home were likely to be attributable to the shoddy construction work of PCK Pte Ltd, the developers for the housing project. Jim has now come to you for legal advice. (A) What rights, if any, does Jim have in contract against Aria Art Gallery? In your answer, consider also the legal effect of the clause found on the back of the invoice given to Jim. (Note that you are not required to discuss issues arising under the Sale of Goods Act (Cap. 393) and the Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) Act (Cap. 52A). You should also disregard any issues relating to the vitiating factor of mistake.) (B) Do the following parties owe Jim a duty of care in the tort of negligence: (1) Kim; and (2) PCK Pte Ltd? (Note that you are not required to discuss issues relating to breach of duty and resulting damage in your answer.) ~ END OF PAPER ~ 3...
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