LAW PAPER

LAW PAPER

kindly i need good Tutor to handle that law assignment.

You read the instructions and the Coles group case then write.

Also i provided sample case with its assignment writen to help you know what to do.

Australlian style to be used.

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FOUNDATIONS OF PRIVATE LAW ASSIGNMENT QUESTION

Case Analysis

I. Read the judgment of Sackar J in Coles Group Property Developments Ltd

v Stankovic [2016] NSWSC 852 and:

a) outline the material facts of the case;

b) identify the relevant legal issue/s raised; and

c) explain the process of reasoning adopted by Sackar J and the

conclusions that he reached.

II. Suppose that Mr Stankovic had only ever remained in the Coles car park

between the hours of 7am and 11pm, that he had never remained for a

continuous period of longer than two hours, and that he had never been

issued with any kind of notice to cease trespassing. Do you think the

outcome of the appeal would have been different if:

a. the complaints detailed at [33] were nevertheless made out against

Mr Stankovic; or

b. the only complaint made out against Mr Stankovic was that he told

people that Mr Bunting ‘had breached the protocol regarding the

treatment of homeless people’?

(Note that, in answering Question II, you should read and refer to additional

resources, including the judgment of Young J in Lincoln Hunt v Willisee

(1986) 4 NSWLR 457, 460–1.)

ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

Due Date 03 November 2018 — 4pm (Monday Week 8). Word Limit 1750 words maximum (not including footnotes, all of which

must be non-substantive).

Value 25% of marks for this subject.

As a rough guide, approximately 60–70% of your paper

should be devoted to question1.

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Criteria for Marking

The following criteria for marking, measured against the grade descriptors set

out on pages 8–9 of the Course Handbook, will be applied (there is no specific

weighting given to each):

A. The accuracy of the analysis and summary of the case and reasoning.

B. The structure and organisation of the case analysis, including the logical

flow of the discussion, use of headings, etc.

C. The quality of arguments and reasoning used.

D. The quality of the writing, including grammar, spelling and proofreading.

E. The accuracy and consistency of referencing.

F. Compliance with the ‘General Instructions’ outlined below.

General Instructions – Please note the following:

1. ANONYMITY: The only identification is your student number. You must

not reveal your name anywhere on the assignment.

2. FORMAT: The assignment must be typewritten in one-and-a-half line

spacing. A 1-inch (2.54cm) margin must be included on the left, right, top

and bottom of the page, and both left and right margins must be justified

(i.e. the assignment is to be presented in ‘American’ or ‘Block Style’

layout). Your SID and the page number must be shown in the header on

each page of your paper.

References and citations must be included in footnotes. Footnotes must

not include matters of substance. Revise carefully for grammar and

spelling errors, as marks will be deducted for such errors.

You must use the Assignment Cover Sheet, which is available in the

‘Assessment’ folder on the iLearn site. When completing this cover sheet,

ensure that you clearly state the name of the subject, your student

number, your tutor’s name, group and meeting time, the title of your

assignment, and the word count. ALSO ENSURE THAT YOU REMOVE ANY

HIGHLIGHTING.

3. COPY OF ASSIGNMENT: You must retain a copy of the submitted

assignment. Although all care is taken by the Faculty with assignments

submitted in the prescribed manner, the onus is on you to produce a copy

of any submitted assignment in the event that it cannot be located by the

Faculty.

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4. SUBMISSION OF ASSIGNMENT: An electronic copy of your assignment must

be submitted to Turn-It-In using the link provided on iLearn under

‘Assessment.’ Please ensure that you keep your Turn-It-In receipt as the

onus will be on you to prove that your assignment was correctly submitted

should there be any dispute in this regard. You are not required to—and

should not—submit a hard copy of your assignment in the locked box in

the Law Library.

5. LATE SUBMISSION: Applications for extensions should be made to the

course coordinator before the due date and time of submission.

Extensions on medical grounds should be supported by a medical

certificate. Extensions on personal or emotional grounds may be granted.

Extensions will ordinarily not be granted because of computer crashes or

because of multiple assignments and clashes of due dates. It is your

responsibility to manage your time efficiently and to take precautionary

measures such as making backup copies when using computers.

6. PENALTIES FOR LATE SUBMISSION: Where an assignment is not submitted

on time, a penalty of 10% of marks awarded per day late, to a maximum

of 60% of the marks awarded, will be applied. Papers received more than

7 days after the submission date without prior agreement will receive a

mark of 0.

7. REVIEW OF GRADES: If, after taking time to read and digest the comments

on the assignment, you believe that your mark is inappropriate, you may

seek a review of your mark within 14 semester days of its release. You

should first approach the Subject Coordinator (Iain Field,

iafield@bond.edu.au) to attempt to resolve any concerns by consultation.

Failing that, an application for review may be made to the Associate Dean

(Students) by submitting the appropriate form. Your mark will then be

reviewed by an independent qualified marker. You are warned that reviews

can lead to marks being moved downwards as well as upwards. Reviews

will be conducted in accordance with the rule in House v The King (1936)

55 CLR 499.

8. PLAGIARISM: Severe penalties are imposed for all forms of plagiarism. As

you are well aware, plagiarism is a serious offence. This is especially so in

the academic world. The sanctions, if you are found guilty of plagiarism,

are very serious, and may include a mandatory failing grade for the subject

and possible suspension or expulsion from the University. See Schedule B

of the Bond University Discipline Regulations.

https://bond.edu.au/files/676/Student%20Handbook.%20Part%203%3A%20Discipline%20Regulations.pdf
https://bond.edu.au/files/676/Student%20Handbook.%20Part%203%3A%20Discipline%20Regulations.pdf
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Bond University regards the following as acts of plagiarism or misconduct:

(i) Copying the work of another student.

(ii) Directly copying any part of another person’s work without

appropriate acknowledgement and the proper use quotation

marks.

(iii) Summarising another person’s work without appropriate

acknowledgment.

(iv) Using or developing an idea or thesis derived from another

person’s work without appropriate acknowledgment.

(v) Submitting work developed jointly with another without

acknowledging the fact.

In effect, this means that when you read something and begin to write,

you must reference and acknowledge your sources. You must do this in

the footnotes. You must adhere to the style in the Australian Guide to

Legal Citation (3rd Ed), Melbourne University Law Review.

Where you have quoted directly from another source you must use

inverted commas or indented paragraphs (for longer quotes). Where you

have paraphrased or used another author’s ideas, you must also reference

this. This includes, for example, where you have used another author’s

summary of a case or statement of legal principles.

9. WORD COUNT: The absolute maximum word count for this Assignment is

1750 words. You do not have to use this many words to answer the

question, but you may not exceed this amount by any margin. Marks will

be deducted for any failure to comply with this requirement. The word

count of your paper (excluding footnotes) should be included on the

Assignment Cover Sheet.

https://law.unimelb.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/1586203/FinalOnlinePDF-2012Reprint.pdf
https://law.unimelb.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/1586203/FinalOnlinePDF-2012Reprint.pdf

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