Law assignment for property law. University of New England
Assignment Type: EssayDue date: 28 September 2011Weight: 40%Length: 2,500 wordsTask Description:Below is a case-scenario. Prepare a well-researched brief that covers the relevant legal issues (appropriately referenced).
Tony is a New South Wales solicitor who has mainly dealt with taxation legal problems over the last ten years but he wishes to expand his practice into property litigation. He would like to refresh his knowledge on indefeasibility of title under the Torrens system in NSW. He is particularly interested in the timing of indefeasibility and the exceptions to indefeasibility. Like most busy legal practitioners, Tony has very little time to do in depth research into a matter outside of his immediate day to day cases. He approaches you and asks you to do research into indefeasibility of title under the Torrens system and provide him with a succinct paper which covers the relevant legal issues. Tony is aware that the legal texts may be out of date so he asks you to research recent case law and recent journals to see whether or not there have been any important changes in the judicial stance or academic stance with regards to indefeasibility of title.
Children do not learn as adults. The teaching approach to use in children should incorporate more than one learning approach commonly identified as multimodal learning. This essay covers multimodal learning in early childhood education. Teaching using more than one method enables the child to more likely remember the taught concept. The essay also covers multimodal learning with respect to holistic development and atypical development. Most children like to play, therefore learning by play will be covered as one of the approaches in multimodal learning. My view is that multimodal learning should be adopted in early childhood since the approach presents easier ways of understanding that are essential for child education. Hope you will see this argument by reading this essay.
During crises, communication is vital. The method used to communicate during a crisis can cause complaints from especially those who feel a better method of communication could have been used. We have heard of Tesco crisis whereby the Bank was hacked due to an obvious failure in the bank's IT systems. However, the manner in which the bank handled this crisis was unpleasant. Probably, organizations should learn strategic communication to know how better to communicate during crises. This paper covers Tesco’s bank crisis and the steps taken by the bank to address this crisis. Most people were unsatisfied from the way Tesco communicated. Thus, this essay also highlights how Tesco could have managed the crisis better based on strategic communication.