Employment Law -Essay

Order Description

Construct the following memordandum based off of case study provided. Follow instructions that will be uploaded.


ECA : Singapore Business Law -Essay

Order Description

1. Please do not use online references.
2. Please refer to the use of the word, advise
as ,mention by the tutor.
3. My textbook is Singapore Business Law (5th Edition)
-Benny S Tabulajan
– Valerie Du Toit-Low


Smalltown v. Sex Offenders – Essay

In this case/essay you are the Plaintiff, you must lay out the factual and legal case you intend to bring against the defendant.
Smalltown v. Sex Offenders
Smalltown, a town with a population of 10,000 residents, is home to 300 sex offenders, and the population is continuing to grow. The townspeople are concerned about the safety risk of having so many sex offenders in the town. In an effort to curtail the growth of this special population, the town council is considering a proposal that would require those convicted of sex crimes to live in group homes in the agricultural areas of the town.
Please refer to at least one of the cases provided on the Case File_Exclusions.pdf, which I have uploaded.


Rosen v. Robinson – Coursework

This assignment is to “brief” the case in writing. Please read the article on “how to brief a case” before starting this assignment. It’s only 3 pages long. It will be attached to this order along with the actual case “Rosen v. Robinson”.

Please read the below instructions as well, and let me know if you have any questions.

Reading a case:

Reported judicial decisions have a style and format all their own. While judges have considerable freedom in how they write opinions, some uniformity of pattern comes from the similarity of purpose for decisions. This is especially true for decisions of appellate courts, which frequently serve as authority for later cases. Judges write decisions for two reasons. The first is to inform the parties to the dispute who won and who lost, giving the rules and reasoning the judge applied to the facts. The second is to inform the legal profession, attorneys and judges, and the public of the rules applied to a given set of facts and the reasons for the decision so that decision can be used as a precedent in the future. As we learned last week, the doctrine of stare decisis states that when a court has set forth such a legal principle, that court and all lower courts under it must apply that principle in future cases where the facts are substantially the same.

Briefing a case:

“Briefing a case” means taking notes of the most important parts of a case so that you can later refer to your “case brief” to quickly refresh your memory rather than to have to read the case over again. Refer to the PDF file in this week’s materials for a detailed explanation on how to brief a case.

Location of Cases

Cases are generally found in the law library in reporters, advance sheets, or loose-leaf publications. Cases can also be found through online research services such as Lexis-Nexis, Westlaw Loislaw, and on the web by linking to various sites including the courts themselves. Libraries designated as government depositories may also have cases in slip opinion form.

Case Citation

A citation is an abbreviation used to refer to a legal authority that allows the reader to find the legal authority in the law library or in electronic form. When you answer a research question or perform legal analysis, it is expected that your answer or analysis be backed up by a citation to your legal authority. It is important that you learn correct citation form, because that form allows legal professionals to speak the same language. More importantly, it allows others reading your work to find the cases or other authority that you used to make a legal argument so that they can read the material themselves. Correctly citing cases and other authority is a sign of careful attention to detail and strengthens your written arguments by validating your work and allowing the reader to quickly find those authorities upon which you relied and see that they say what you claim they say.



Question 1

Bert owned an early historic speed boat which he decided to sell for $50,000. Bert told his friend James and James said he was very interested and would Bert give James the first right to buy the speed boat. Bert agreed to do so. After a few weeks Bert asked James if he still wanted to buy the speed boat. James said he was seriously thinking about it. Bert told James he was going to advertise the speed boat “for sale at $60,000 or near offer” on the Historic Speed Boat Club’s notice board.

In response to the advertisement in the club Bert received a telephone call from Alphonse.

Bert told Alphonse the speed boat was for sale “But someone has right of first refusal.” Alphonse then expressed surprise and asked Bert if he was selling or not. Bert said he was selling the speed boat for $60,000 or near offer and invited Alphonse to call and inspect the boat. Alphonse called on Bert and after inspecting the boat offered Bert $50,000 for it. Bert said he would have to speak to James before accepting. Alphonse then said he would pay Bert the asking price of $60,000. Bert told Alphonse to wait a minute and Bert went into his office and rang James telling him what Alphonse had said. James said he would buy the boat for $50,000 as originally agreed.

Bert said to James “I suppose I have to sell the boat for $50,000 to you”.

Bert then told Alphonse about the conversation with James.

Alphonse claimed the speed boat was already sold before the discussion with James.

Outline the law of contract relating to this situation indicating the likely result of Alphonse’s claim.

Question 2

Sol, a developer, owned the Westside Shopping Centre which contained ten specialty shops. Jean, a 17 year old fashion clothing designer, leased one of the shops in the centre in July 2012 for a period of five years at a monthly rental of $6,000. In September 2012 Jean informed Sol that due to poor current trading conditions, the leased shop would have to close. Sol suggested to Jean that he would prefer Jean’s shop to remain open in the shopping centre and to assist Jean he would accept a rent reduction of 60% for the next six months. Jean turned 18 in March 2013.

Jean accepted Sol’s offer and remained in the shop until April 2013 when Sol gave Jean a letter requesting full rental payment and the arrears of rent for the period of October to March inclusive. Jean closed the shop immediately on receipt of Sol’s letter and Sol relet the shop the following week to Daisy for $7,000 a month for the next four years. Jean had paid the reduced rent for the October to March period. Sol threatens to sue Jean for the balance of the rent for the October to March period and also for breach of the five year lease contract.

Discuss the law of contract relating to this situation and state the likely outcome

Format and other details

These problems should be answered as two separate questions, each answer discussing the relevant legal issues covered in the problem. There is a maximum total word limit of 1500 words. It is not necessary to divide this limit equally between the two questions.

Assignments that exceed the upper 2000 word limit by more than 100 words may be penalised at the rate of five per cent per 100 words or part thereof. Assignments that fall significantly short of the word limit (less than 1200 words) are likely to have failed to grasp the legal issues and will also be penalised at 5% per 100 words under 1,200.

A reference list is required. Cases and statutes are required to be mentioned in the text of the assignment. About eight references are required for this assignment. More or less references will not guarantee a particular grade. Further information on quoting and referencing in law can be found on your Learnonline unit pages. (Note: each case is a reference).

Reflect on a time that you received exemplary care -Essay

Please answer each question separately.l
from a physician and rate how the physician performed the tasks. Describe the reasons that the treatment was superior.
Physicians take tremendous risks with patient care if they are hurried, distracted, or otherwise disengaged from patient care. Create a strategy that would ease the time-management problems that physicians face on a daily basis.
If a nurse or support staff disagrees with a physician’s written order, analyze what actions the nurse or support staff should take to protect the patient’s safety.
Nurses have significant responsibility to care for patients but do not receive the same level of recognition as doctors. Speculate as to why this situation exists and what, if anything, should be done about it.