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You are to read the case of Cameron v Nwankwo [2022] CSOH 7, 21 Jan 2022 analysi

You are to read the case of Cameron v Nwankwo [2022] CSOH 7, 21 Jan 2022 analysing the application of the relevant law to a given problem scenario, and the ability to communicate effectively. You must answer through understanding gained through lectures and tutorials, and their own research of primary and secondary sources (academic books and journal articles rather than websites).
The case review should include the following, and will be marked accordingly:-
a) A discussion of the factual background to the case and dispute (3 marks)
b) An analysis of the relevant legal rules and case-law in the area (8 marks)
c) A discussion of the application of those rules to the particular dispute (10 marks)
d) A critical analysis of the purpose and application of the legal rules in this area of delict (4 marks)
write an answer in no more than 1,000 words, the maximum word count includes all text in any submission.
Ensure that the paper answers the question asked as fully, clearly and directly as possible.

Also,
• be word-processed with a margin on each side of the page;
• contain pages numbered consecutively;
With regard to referencing, full citations should be given of any case or any statutory provision to which reference is made. Any quotation from, or reference to, information taken from any other source (eg a textbook or article) should also be attributed. In order to ensure clarity and consistency in referencing, use the OSCOLA referencing system.
Brief OSCOLA guide: https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/published/OSCOLA_Quick_Reference_Guide_001.pdf
Full OSCOLA: http://www.law.ox.ac.uk/published/OSCOLA_4th_edn.pdf . This document is 58 pages long, but it is completely comprehensive, and it has a clickable table of contents so students can immediately go to the sections they require. It provides direct links to cases, legislation and secondary legislation from Scotland.

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An agent has been described in case law as being “the hand – and nothing but the

An agent has been described in case law as being “the hand – and nothing but the hand” of their principal (MacPhail & Son v Maclean’s Trustee (1887) 15 R. 47, per LJC Moncrieff at 53).
Critically assess (with reference to primary and secondary sources) what this statement means, the extent to which it is accurate, and any legal consequences arising therefrom.
The maximum word count includes all text in any submission.
Use OSCOLA guide for referencing
Brief OSCOLA guide: https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/published/OSCOLA_Quick_Reference_Guide_001.pdf
Full OSCOLA: http://www.law.ox.ac.uk/published/OSCOLA_4th_edn.pdf . This document is 58 pages long, but it is completely comprehensive, and it has a clickable table of contents so students can immediately go to the sections they require. It provides direct links to cases, legislation and secondary legislation from Scotland.

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1. Prepare a document for any of these types of transaction: real property, e

1. Prepare a document for any of these types of transaction: real property, estates and concurrent ownership; contracts for purchase and sale; legal descriiptions and deed preparation; real estate financing; or real estate closings.
2. Prepare a document related to torts and workers’ compensation, such as a demand letter, workers’ compensation claim, or a complaint (lawsuit), etc.

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The challenges human rights defenders face in oppressive environments. How they

The challenges human rights defenders face in oppressive environments. How they navigate through these challenges. Innovative tactics for defending human rights in dictatorships

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Using the Week 3 Activity Template [DOCX], accurately summarize the following re

Using the Week 3 Activity Template [DOCX], accurately summarize the following regarding design, manufacturing, and failure-to-warn causes of action in a brief that effectively lays out the following legal elements of the case:
Case facts.
Parties and their arguments.
Proceedings of the court case – what happened in the court(s)?
Applicable product liability defect law
The holding of the court and its reason(s).
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1. Prepare a document for any of these types of transaction: real property, e

1. Prepare a document for any of these types of transaction: real property, estates and concurrent ownership; contracts for purchase and sale; legal descriiptions and deed preparation; real estate financing; or real estate closings.
2. Prepare a document related to torts and workers’ compensation, such as a demand letter, workers’ compensation claim, or a complaint (lawsuit), etc.

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The challenges human rights defenders face in oppressive environments. How they

The challenges human rights defenders face in oppressive environments. How they navigate through these challenges. Innovative tactics for defending human rights in dictatorships

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Complete a 1- to 2-page outline that includes the following In preparation of th

Complete a 1- to 2-page outline that includes the following In preparation of this paper:
Clearly define the issue you selected
Examine solutions/best practices that have been offered by others and explain the advantages and disadvantages of those solutions
Discuss the legal implications of the problem and proposed solutions.
Propose your own solution to the problem, including what should be done, by whom, and how it can practically be accomplished
Use cases and legislations involved with NIL
Use legal analysis, anti-trust, labor law

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Complete a 1- to 2-page outline that includes the following In preparation of th

Complete a 1- to 2-page outline that includes the following In preparation of this paper:
Clearly define the issue you selected
Examine solutions/best practices that have been offered by others and explain the advantages and disadvantages of those solutions
Discuss the legal implications of the problem and proposed solutions.
Propose your own solution to the problem, including what should be done, by whom, and how it can practically be accomplished
Use cases and legislations involved with NIL
Use legal analysis, anti-trust, labor law

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***The case needed in this will be attached/uploaded*** 1. Identify and explain

***The case needed in this will be attached/uploaded***
1. Identify and explain the forms of intellectual intangible property protection, 2. how long they last and 3. what remedies one can seek for an infringement of one’s intellectual property.
1. provide one case example of a business lawsuit dispute involving intellectual property within the last five years. (provided)
2. Summarize the facts, the law in dispute and the outcome decided by the court.
3. Did you agree with the decision, why or why not?