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TOPIC I: P leased commercial office space from the lessor on the basis that D was going to occupy (sublease) the nosh-west comer of the premises. When the parties realised that the lease prohibited [email protected]…..0 sub-lease1,epet° D, and that uslicilbi-Tetalsro=1::11;=blet7ntde :itghtead “”” the Required: Discuss the legal circumstanees of the agreement between P and D.
TOPIC 2: D agreed to lease a scenic kiosk from the P City Council for two years. After six months, a coal dump was established near the look-out which in windy conditions reduced visibility and Iett grime on the kiosk and the area. This led to a reduction of business. D left the kiosk and refused [email protected] to make any funkier rent payments. Re A-Discuss the basis of D’s defence if sued by the P City Council? B- Would the outcome be any different if, instead of a coal dump, a sewage disposal works had been established in the area?
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TOPIC 3: The University point a new Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive. It offers the job o University. A contract is signed on I June 201 A, providing to Professor Chris Berlin t S200,000 per year plus performance incentives. Professor Berlin is far a I”‘ aldire’• ”• ear’ a 1 December 201 A. On 1 July 201 A, Professor Berlin is seriously )[email protected] injured tturakbee’dei:taP:htiliPlaeir,a’ebillidn,thlii,..e•pedenntithanedthounle2a5vaAiplariblie2omiedBical advice, it is clear that she will Discuss.erite legal enforcement of the contract between the University terminate and Professor
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