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aliasfan

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Hey does anyone know wat they did? I put dots next to all the answers i did:

1A
2B
3A
4C
5C
6D
7C
8A
9B
10D
11B
12D
13C
14B
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well international law has both desputes between individuals and indiuviduals and the state.

for 12, the rule of law is that no one is above it, so police discretion would mean that the police could chose who broke the law as in question 6, i put D because then the police are answerable to the courts
 

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aliasfan said:
Hey does anyone know wat they did? I put dots next to all the answers i did:

1A
2B
3A
4C
5C
6D
7C
8A
9B
10D
11B
12D
13C
14B
15C
I got the same as you except for 14 which I put c) Legal. Fuck I have no idea why.
 

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Sounds about right, the few that were different in mine i wasnt sure about... i put
12A (that one confused me...)
15D (i think i missed seeing international law, but isnt tort public and private?)
 

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i think 14 is legal

i got 15 wrong, i didnt know international could be both
i got 12 wrong, i had no idea and i put B
 
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chooette said:
Sounds about right, the few that were different in mine i wasnt sure about... i put
12A (that one confused me...)
15D (i think i missed seeing international law, but isnt tort public and private?)
"Regardless, many jurisdictions retain a punitive element as a part of the law of tort via exemplary damages. Some torts may have a public element — for example, public nuisance, — with actions being maintained by a public body. Also, while criminal law is primarily punitive, many jurisdictions have developed forms of monetary compensation or restitution which criminal courts can directly order the defendant to pay to the victim."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tort#Torts_and_criminal_law
 

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darn... i had international for 15 and changed to tort... stupid me...
 

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Some torts may have a public ELEMENT, but that does not make it public, international was the answer for that, and besides, dont believe anything off wikipedia...
 
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Yep 14 is (C) Legal, fuck! When I think about it, it would have been so simple to get 15/15 :(:(
 

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r u sure it's legal not economic? U see in the ICESCR (Int'l...Economic..Rights)...the right to work..?
 

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if you look at the question its his appeal to the decision that has been rejected makiing it legal,,,, damn tricky question!!!
 

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I was told by a Legal Senior Marker at my school that 14 was (B) and 15 (D). But she hadn't had the paper that long. Still, torts are definitely, and as the question states, commonly, both public and private; my textbook says it too.
 

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bah i thought torts were private.
 

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I think it's because they are private, but they include negligance, and that a criminal thing? I'm making up stuff, correct me if im wrong... Number 14 would be right to work, econmic isnt it? There's the other bit, but is that a legal right?
 

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I've read the forums and I think these are the rights answers. There is some confusion with 15 however. I am quite sure it is indigenous however. See the law and society post for my reasoning.

1A
2B
3A
4C
5C
6D
7C
8A
9B
10D
11B
12D
13C
14B
15B
 

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