3.If the court opinion is on point, what will the probabledecision be in regard to thequestion raised by the client’s facts? 1. Fact similarities and differences between the court opinion and the client’s situation: Similarities General relief funds. Applicant was denied an appeal hearing. Differences First-time application for general relief funds. The instant case involves a termination of general relief funds that the client was already receiving. 2.Is the court opinion on point? Why or why not? The case is probably not on pointbecause the requirements of the two-step process are not met. 3. If the court opinion is on point, what will the probable decision be in regard to the question raised by the client’s facts? The court opinion may not be on point because the general constitution principle applied is difference than that should be applied in the instant case.
PART D 1. Fact similarities and differences between the court opinion and the client’s situation: Similarities Landlord, a tenant, and a notice of default that was improperly delivered. In both cases, the tenants received the notice the next day. Differences In the court opinion, notice of default was placed in the tenant’s mailbox. In the instant case, the landlord told the client’s daughter to inform the tenant that he was in default. 2.Is the court opinion on point? Why or why not?
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