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Bankruptcy & Legal Issues
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12 pages in length. Writer provides a comprehensive overview of Bankruptcy, the Bankruptcy Code, the Federal Bankruptcy Revision, the differences between Chapter 11 and Chapter 13, etc;. Writer uses the case of Orange County, California, a government body that filed for Bankruptcy in the mid-1990's. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: Bankrupt.wps

British Trial by Jury
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A 5 page paper which addresses current government desire to abolish trial by jury in Great Britain. The paper argues that trial by jury is essential to the system of law, and argues that, while there may be problems with the system, it does protect the rights of the citizens more adequately than no system would. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: RAjuryeuro.wps

Capital Punishment: Are Men More Supportive Than Women?
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7 pages in length. Capital punishment was not only implemented as a painful means of death, but it was also a way of demonstrating one's mistakes in front of the community. It was a grand way in which the guilty not only paid for their crimes by forfeiting their lives, but it also served as a way to forcible inflict extreme humiliation while they suffered imminent death. The presumption was that those who witnessed such an act of barbaric magnitude would refrain from committing any such crimes themselves. It can easily be argued that the origins of capital punishment held a triple purpose: to kill the convicted by torturous measures; to maintain order within the community by way of intimidation; and to provide entertainment for the masses. The writer discusses who supports capital punishment in contemporary society and addresses the whether or not men are more likely to advocate an eye for an eye. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCcaptl.wps

Child Sex Abuse Claims / Techniques for Assessing Validity
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A 12 page paper in which the writer posits that while many child sex abuse claims are very true, some are indeed very false. Assessed are the various methodologies for determining the accuracy of statements made about such abuses by children, the existing laws concerning child testimony in court, and the psychological factors which may actually cause delusions of child abuse. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: Childsex.wps

Children's Rights in the UK
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This 10 page paper considers the way in which the rights of children have developed and how they are determined. The paper includes discussion of the Gillick Case, as well as the Children's Act 1989 and subsequent acts and measure including those of the United Nations. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
Filename: TEchildl.wps

Constructive Eviction in the State of New York -- Incidental and Consequential Damages
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This 6 page report discusses the meaning of “constructive eviction” in the State of New York and the circumstances under which incidental or consequential damages may be available. In the most simplistic of explanations: “Constructive eviction occurs when residential rental property is an uninhabitable condition. The uninhabitable condition makes the property unsuitable to live [or work] in.” Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: BWevict.wps

Contract to Purchase
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A 7 page paper discussing the situation in which Betsy Ross has purchased (and paid in full in cash) a painting for sale at an antique shop. She asked the shop owner to repair a small tear in the painting as she looked on; they both became aware of some paper folded into the item, hidden within the frame behind the painting. That paper appears to be a draft of the Declaration of Independence, written in Thomas Jefferson's own hand. The shop owner no longer wants to sell the item for the stated price and has offered to refund Ms. Ross' cash payment of $150. On her refusal, the shop owner refused to relinquish the painting and all items associated with it. The paper is a chronology of Ms. Ross' attorney's actions and rationale for them. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KScontractPurch.wps

Contracts
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A 5 page paper that specifies some of the main areas to consider in contract negotiation, including contingency areas. Subjects covered include the offer, assent, time specifications, nonperformance, termination and renegotiation clauses. No bibliography.
Filename: Contract.wps

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