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1. Following on from our discussion in the lecture, discuss and answer the following
questions:
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b. Come up with 3 research que
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2.
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1.
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ACL Part 35: Liability of Manufacturers for Goods
With Safety Defects.
Part 35 of the ACL is based on the EC Directive on
Defective Products (1985) and on similar strict liability
regimes for defective products that have existed i
List of Names of Cases for Final Exam Question 1 (Parts A & B)
YOU MAY BRING THIS SHEET OF PAPER INTO THE EXAMINATION VENUE, BUT YOU
ARE NOT ALLOWED TO WRITE ANYTHING ON THIS PAPER, OR ADD ANY NAMES
TO THIS LIST. NO CROSSREFERENCING IS ALLOWED.
1. Associ
Formula Sheet for Introduction to Finance Final Exam 2015 S2
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Perpetuity
Growth
FV = PV (1 + R )n
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Tutorial No. 10 (Teaching Week 12)
Question 1 (IMP)
John owns and operates a fish supply shop. He says to Henry (a supplier of commercial
refrigerators): 'The 2000 litre refrigerator where I store my fish supplies needs replacing. I
want a new one that wi
Tutorial No 7 (Teaching Week 9)
Question 1
Harry, aged 17, bought $500 worth of tools from Jim on credit. He could have bought the
exact same tools at several stores for $100 less. The tools were needed for his position as an
apprentice mechanic. On the s
1
Tutorial No 11 (Teaching Week 13)
Question 1
What are the three main types of mistakes and how are they distinguished from each
other?
1) Common mistakes make same mistakes
2) Mutual mistakes make different mistakes
3) Unilateral mistakes only one party
Terms implied by the Sale of Goods Act (SGA)
1) Parties can agree that the implied terms do not apply to their contract you are unable to do this
for ACL (one of the fundamental differences)
2) SGA implied terms do not apply to private sellers
SGA Implied
Tutorial No 6 (Teaching Week 8)
Question 1
Peter who lived in Adelaide saw a Wanted: a '2 Harley Davidson Roadster advertisement
on the Harley Davidson website. He telephoned Daniel, an academic at Monash University,
on 3 November and after some discussio
Tutorial No. 9 (Teaching Week 11)
Question 1
Jerry opens a delicatessen specialising in selling sandwiches and rolls to health conscious
university students. He signs a one year contract with Vogel Breads to supply him with bread.
Clause 1 states that it
Sample Exam Questions for LAWS1104
(STUDENTS MUST ANSWER EACH QUESTION IN A SEPARATE
ANSWER BOOKLET QUESTION 1 (WHITE), QUESTION 2
(LEMON)
QUESTION 1
Part A
Bob wanted to buy an electrical heater for his lounge room. On his way back from work, he
stopped