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Hope you can answer my question I have a company law exam tomorrow! What do you have to say if the question is whether or not AOA protect minority shareholders? I can't get my head around s33 and the link with minority shareholders, please help! Thanks!
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Depends how big your handwriting is. Generally speaking, you should take the first 5-10minutes to plan your answer and the rest of the time you should be writing like mad - probably at least 4 pages for someone with average handwriting.
Hey jacketpotato, just want to ask how long ideally should you write for a problem question compared to an essay question in a law exam of 45 mins? Thanks!
Hey, about your post saying you'd wish you'd spent longer in education...would you suggest doing a Masters then? I'm taking A level standard French next year as part of my third LLB year and have been looking into French/Francophone Studies as a MA with a term in Paris. I know it's not relevant to law but I don't want to go straight into the LPC, I would like a year out before I apply for TCs. I'm also planning on writing a comparative law dissertation on something regarding French law, UK law and the EU. Aside from working for a year as a paralegal or something, I can't think of anything else to do as I really don't want to do an LLM. Just wondering whether you'd think this would be worthwhile at all when applying for TCs? I would like to practice healthcare or family law, my dream firm is Capsticks
hi, quick q... can a person who holds equitable title to land, who is under 16, also be a joint tenant?
any hints and tips you could give me on Herbert Smith interviews would be greatly appreciated.
Heyy I'm a massive fan of yours on TSR (lol), you're such great help, I always read your posts! Anyway, I was wondering if I could get some help from you on an EU problem question I have to do in the next couple of days. I of course already have some ideas and a rough plan but could do with a bit of help?? Could you possibly private message me?? Thanks so much and don't worry if you can't find time
I just wanted to say thank you so much for your help with my personal statement. So far I've received offers from Cardiff, Liverpool and Sheffield so I'm just waiting for Manchester now. You definately made me statement so much better!
Hi i'm an Italian student studying for a semester in Scotland. I've been taking a look around and you seem very prepared. I've been asked to write a legal advice on the following case : G. University purchased a plot of land - in order to turn in to a modern car park - on the side of a river, but ignored the fact had been marked as a flood plain. The river swelled up and the car park was flooded and the foundations of the footbridge were damaged too. i have to express my advice in either the the hypothesis that Riverside ltd hadn't known the land was marked as flood plain or in the opposite hypothesis they had known it but kept this information from University as this would have made the sale less certain.
Do you think is a case of misrepresentation or unilateral uninduced error? Which are the possible courses of action?
I really appreciate if you can give some advices or even general outlines or usefull web site links that could help me. thank you very much
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