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Torts Week 8 - Assignment Research & Writing. Frances McGlone room 708 3864 1094 Today’s lecture. Why are you writing an assignment? Word limits Planning Format Style Citation of cases An example. Why formal assignments?. To get 20% of the unit marks
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Torts Week 8 - Assignment Research & Writing Frances McGlone room 708 3864 1094

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Today\'s address Why are you composing a task? Word limits Planning Format Style Citation of cases An illustration

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Why formal assignments? To get 20% of the unit denote the torts showing group makes me! Well why do we make you? businesses need graduates who can write in a formal style what you know is generally pointless unless you can pass on that data in a fitting way e.g. in-house pamphlet See pp 20/1 of first semester concentrate on guide

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Word constrain - 2 000 15 or 20 words is alright however there is no programmed 10% administer genuine number must show up toward the end of the work commentaries not considered long as they don\'t contain matters of substance in the event that they do you won\'t get marks for it list of sources not checked

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The arranging Analyze the question on p10 of the study control the setting of the question predictability, PEL, no unmistakable dominant part thinking thought of High Court choices reference to auxiliary sources where proper talk about the viability of the thinking of the individuals from the High Court look into Kirby & McHugh JJ

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Planning cont. what do I have to recognize what are the applicable High Court cases what are significant optional sources and what do they say in regards to the theme peruse the writing - no notes at this stage break down the writing - make notes on cards and so on make a nitty gritty layout do the unfinished version - hatch! alter (change?), edit, duplicate & turn in by the due date

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The structure Introduction - is going all things considered in law around 10% of the paper expresses your principle subject or contention this is the thing that you are looking to persuade the inspector about it is the focal topic whereupon different thoughts depend states your way to deal with the point expresses the conclusion you will achieve it might be the exact opposite thing you compose

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Structure cont. Body creates & states the method of reasoning for the subject you have picked investigations the essential and optional sources picked in support of the above is composed and organized to reflect and strengthen your topic there must be consistency and concordance between the body and your presentation & conclusion

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Structure cont. Conclusion restates the subject of your paper reports the aftereffects of your exploration and investigation of the theme restates the key focuses you wish to pass on again tradition shows 10% you ought not present new material

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Format headings isolate the significant parts of the paper sub-headings used to partition minor parts inside the majors they might be numbered, e.g. 2. Burnie Port Authority … 2.1. The Majority Judgment 2.2 The Dissenting Judgements 2.2.1 Justice Toohey\'s Judgment don\'t over-use as may upset the stream

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Style Is own to the creator yet ought to accommodate with lawful standards every section has a principle thought with supporting subtle elements for the most part not only one sentence utilizes plain English does not over-utilize language

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Style cont utilizes first individual sparingly more often than not \'I think\' does not utilize contracted structures eg \'does not\' instead of "doesn"t" uses redress linguistic use and spelling does not depend upon spell & syntax check punctuation check useful for excessively long sentences! perused regarded diaries for direction jokes once in a while succeed

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Citations Why? to help peruser follow up for additional data to help marker see what you have and haven\'t read to keep away from affirmations of written falsification we are intense about this - see p17 of second semester contemplate guide ought to never refer to a work you have not by and by counseled list of sources fills a comparative need

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Citations cont. Case names are in italics Donoghue v Stevenson [1932] AC 562 if vital to your contention, place name in collection of work & reference in the commentary if not focal place both in the reference also statutes and utilize the short title truncation in sections for future utilize The Trade Practices Act 1975 (TPA) commentaries superior to endnotes

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Citations cont. Law is not quite the same as some different orders don\'t use in-content/bibliographic/Harvard style Internet "medium-impartial" reference every case reported by [year] court, case no. & have numbered para nos. not page nos. [1998] HCA 49 at 16, au/cases/cth/high_ct/1998/49.html ought to utilize approved report when accessible

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A case Using choices of the Australian High Court to represent your reply, fundamentally inspect the way in which Australian precedent-based law courts at present look to put a harmed individual back in the position the individual would have been in if that individual had not been harmed.

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Introduction It is evident that no total of cash can sufficiently repay people who have endured calamitous individual wounds. By and by the precedent-based law endeavors to do as such even as to such non-substantial misfortunes, for example, loss of delight in life. One of the ways the courts endeavor to repay harmed offended parties is through granting harms under different heads of harms. Additionally significant are the tenets and standards which support a honor of harms in an individual wounds activity . At last be that as it may, as this paper will exhibit the precedent-based law can never return a man in the position he or she would have been in if the individual was not harmed.

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The body The heads of harm Pecuniary and non-financial Special and general The guidelines and standards the for the last time lead, the singular amount govern, the eggshell skull run, the repayment rule, and the obligation to alleviate.

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Conclusion As the question demonstrates the customary law courts do perceive that a honor of harms ought to return the offended party in the position they would have been in yet for the misfortune or harm the offended party endured as an aftereffect of the respondent\'s carelessness. The reimbursement guideline particularly tries to accomplish this target, in spite of the fact that the courts utilize the heads of harms to guarantee that the offended party is not twice adjusted. Be that as it may, the singular amount and the once and for alls rules do make it extremely troublesome for courts, particularly in genuine harm cases, to accomplish this goal.

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Good fortunes with your examination and composing for your task !

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