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Eldridge Neigh
HAYDOCK
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New Orleans
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Los Angeles
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Teisha Malik
Fort Lauderdale
Erstellt am Friday, 30. September 2016 02:20
Falling hair is a common problem affecting
all types of people – young or old, men and women. This may be due to the presence of
callous chemicals in some conditioners that
most of people use every day. Or this could also be
attributed to hereditary. But whatever is the cause of hair fall, it is vital that this will be
given immediate attention before it becomes
a huge dilemma. - http://www.ariastarrbeauty.com/products/castor-oil
 
Heriberto Toyn
Kamas
Erstellt am Thursday, 29. September 2016 08:03
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David Thomas22112
Melbourne
Erstellt am Thursday, 29. September 2016 03:02
HI6007 Assessment Three
September 29, 2016 Uncategorized
HOLMES INSTITUTE

HI6007 Assessment Three

FACULTY OF HIGHER EDUCATION

HI6007 Assessment Three

HI6007 Assessment Three

Business Research Report Proposal: FINAL Research Proposal
Due Friday Week 12

HI6007 Assessment Three

2500 words worth 20

%HI6007 Assessment Three

Get Assignment Help for HI6007 Assessment Three with hndassignmenthelp@gmail.com

The FINAL research proposal will consist of the following NINE (9) items:

A business research topic.
Strengthen and improve initial proposal.
A brief literature review of the research topic
Produce 2 to 3 pages on background information on your research topic.
Research questions for the identified problem or opportunity
Strengthen and improve initial proposal
Appropriate research methodologies and techniques to use for the research project
Strengthen and improve initial proposal
A project plan using a Gantt Chart and clearly defined milestones (if in a group with clearly defined individual tasks, contributions and milestones)
Use Microsoft Project or other software to produce the Gantt Chart.
Your milestones for HI6008 are:
Week 6: Literature Review due.
Week 10: Data Collection and Analysis Report due.
Week 14: Final Business Research (Capstone) Thesis due.
Description of the research process
Strengthen and improve initial proposal
Description of data collection and analysis methods
Strengthen and improve initial proposal
Description of expected research outcomes
Strengthen and improve initial proposal
A completed Ethics Checklist.
Complete and sign ethics checklist below and attach with FINAL research project proposal.
All students will need to pass the final research proposal submitted in week 12 to be able to start the capstone research proposal in HI6008 the following semester.

Submit hard copy of FINAL research report to Holmes by 4pm on Friday of Week 12.

ETHICS CHECKLIST FOR STUDENT RESEARCHERS

This checklist is designed to alert you to your ethical obligations when you conduct research involving human subjects.
These questions must be answered when a research project is proposed and before a research project is implemented.
Attach the completed checklist to your final research proposal in week 12.
Student Name and ID: _______________________________________

Title of the Project: ______________________________________________________________________

Please circle your answers:

1) Will the human subjects be informed of the nature of their involvement in the collection
of data and of features of the research that reasonably might be expected to influence
willingness to participate? Yes No

2) Will the human subjects be told that they can discontinue their participation at any time? Yes No

3) Will the human subjects in your study be aware that they are the targets of research? Yes No

4) If the subjects are underage, will their guardians be asked to sign the consent form? Yes No N/A

5) Is the confidentiality of the human subject's identity positively ensured? Yes No

6) In cases where there is a possibility that the human subject's identity can be deduced by Yes No
someone other than the researcher, is the subject's right to withdraw his/her data
respected?

7) Will the researcher fulfil all the promises made to the human subjects including providing Yes No
the summary of the findings upon request?

8) Will all necessary measures be taken to protect the physical safety of Yes No
the human subjects from dangers such as faulty electrical equipment, poor
grounding, lack of oxygen, falls, traffic & industrial accidents, possibility
of hearing or vision loss etc.?

9) Will the human subject be debriefed (told the true nature of the study) after Yes No
the data has been collected?

10) In cases in which the human subject is dissatisfied or a complaint about the researcher or Yes No
procedure, will the researcher explain to the human subject that he or she may express
this complaint to the Subject Coordinator?

11) Does the study involve concealment from and/or deception of the human subject? Yes No

12) Will deception be used in order to obtain agreement to participate? Yes No

13) Will the study involve human subjects who are legally or otherwise not in a position to
give their valid consent to participate such as children, prison inmates, mental patients? Yes No

14) Will information on your human subjects be obtained from third parties? Yes No

15) Will any coercion be exerted upon subjects to participate? Yes No

16) Will the study involve physical stress to the human subjects such as might Yes No
result from heat, noise, electric shock, pain, sleep loss, deprivation of
food and drink, drugs, alcohol?

17) Will the study cause any mental discomfort to the human subjects such as fear, Yes No
anxiety, loss of self-esteem, shame, guilt, embarrassment etc.?

18) Could publication of the research results possibly interfere with strict confidentiality? Yes No

19) Could publication of the research results possibly harm the human subject –
either directly or through identification with his/her membership group? Yes No
20) Are there other aspects of the study that may interfere with the protection of the Yes No
well-being of the human subjects?

If you have selected NO for any of the questions 1 to 10 and/or you have selected YES for any of the questions 11 o 20, please provide comments to clarify your choice (use additional pages if necessary).

Signature of the Student Researcher: ________________________________________________________

APPROVED: _______________________________________ Date: ___________________________
Signature of Subject Coordinator



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David Thomas22112
Melbourne
Erstellt am Thursday, 29. September 2016 03:02
HI6007 Assessment Three
September 29, 2016 Uncategorized
HOLMES INSTITUTE

HI6007 Assessment Three

FACULTY OF HIGHER EDUCATION

HI6007 Assessment Three

HI6007 Assessment Three

Business Research Report Proposal: FINAL Research Proposal
Due Friday Week 12

HI6007 Assessment Three

2500 words worth 20

%HI6007 Assessment Three

Get Assignment Help for HI6007 Assessment Three with hndassignmenthelp@gmail.com

The FINAL research proposal will consist of the following NINE (9) items:

A business research topic.
Strengthen and improve initial proposal.
A brief literature review of the research topic
Produce 2 to 3 pages on background information on your research topic.
Research questions for the identified problem or opportunity
Strengthen and improve initial proposal
Appropriate research methodologies and techniques to use for the research project
Strengthen and improve initial proposal
A project plan using a Gantt Chart and clearly defined milestones (if in a group with clearly defined individual tasks, contributions and milestones)
Use Microsoft Project or other software to produce the Gantt Chart.
Your milestones for HI6008 are:
Week 6: Literature Review due.
Week 10: Data Collection and Analysis Report due.
Week 14: Final Business Research (Capstone) Thesis due.
Description of the research process
Strengthen and improve initial proposal
Description of data collection and analysis methods
Strengthen and improve initial proposal
Description of expected research outcomes
Strengthen and improve initial proposal
A completed Ethics Checklist.
Complete and sign ethics checklist below and attach with FINAL research project proposal.
All students will need to pass the final research proposal submitted in week 12 to be able to start the capstone research proposal in HI6008 the following semester.

Submit hard copy of FINAL research report to Holmes by 4pm on Friday of Week 12.

ETHICS CHECKLIST FOR STUDENT RESEARCHERS

This checklist is designed to alert you to your ethical obligations when you conduct research involving human subjects.
These questions must be answered when a research project is proposed and before a research project is implemented.
Attach the completed checklist to your final research proposal in week 12.
Student Name and ID: _______________________________________

Title of the Project: ______________________________________________________________________

Please circle your answers:

1) Will the human subjects be informed of the nature of their involvement in the collection
of data and of features of the research that reasonably might be expected to influence
willingness to participate? Yes No

2) Will the human subjects be told that they can discontinue their participation at any time? Yes No

3) Will the human subjects in your study be aware that they are the targets of research? Yes No

4) If the subjects are underage, will their guardians be asked to sign the consent form? Yes No N/A

5) Is the confidentiality of the human subject's identity positively ensured? Yes No

6) In cases where there is a possibility that the human subject's identity can be deduced by Yes No
someone other than the researcher, is the subject's right to withdraw his/her data
respected?

7) Will the researcher fulfil all the promises made to the human subjects including providing Yes No
the summary of the findings upon request?

8) Will all necessary measures be taken to protect the physical safety of Yes No
the human subjects from dangers such as faulty electrical equipment, poor
grounding, lack of oxygen, falls, traffic & industrial accidents, possibility
of hearing or vision loss etc.?

9) Will the human subject be debriefed (told the true nature of the study) after Yes No
the data has been collected?

10) In cases in which the human subject is dissatisfied or a complaint about the researcher or Yes No
procedure, will the researcher explain to the human subject that he or she may express
this complaint to the Subject Coordinator?

11) Does the study involve concealment from and/or deception of the human subject? Yes No

12) Will deception be used in order to obtain agreement to participate? Yes No

13) Will the study involve human subjects who are legally or otherwise not in a position to
give their valid consent to participate such as children, prison inmates, mental patients? Yes No

14) Will information on your human subjects be obtained from third parties? Yes No

15) Will any coercion be exerted upon subjects to participate? Yes No

16) Will the study involve physical stress to the human subjects such as might Yes No
result from heat, noise, electric shock, pain, sleep loss, deprivation of
food and drink, drugs, alcohol?

17) Will the study cause any mental discomfort to the human subjects such as fear, Yes No
anxiety, loss of self-esteem, shame, guilt, embarrassment etc.?

18) Could publication of the research results possibly interfere with strict confidentiality? Yes No

19) Could publication of the research results possibly harm the human subject –
either directly or through identification with his/her membership group? Yes No
20) Are there other aspects of the study that may interfere with the protection of the Yes No
well-being of the human subjects?

If you have selected NO for any of the questions 1 to 10 and/or you have selected YES for any of the questions 11 o 20, please provide comments to clarify your choice (use additional pages if necessary).

Signature of the Student Researcher: ________________________________________________________

APPROVED: _______________________________________ Date: ___________________________
Signature of Subject Coordinator



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Ardelia Rehbein
Eatontown
Erstellt am Wednesday, 28. September 2016 22:00
As any homeowner will tell you, the garage of a house is a fairly vital part of the larger construct that is the contemporary personal house.
 
Heriberto Toyn
Kamas
Erstellt am Wednesday, 28. September 2016 08:33
Let 's get started by giving you the best guidance we can think off as it pertains to shedding weight. Work with your metabolism and raise it. That is the best thing you'll be able to do if you desire to lose more weight faster. Your Metabolism is your chief key to your own weight reduction. The higher it's the more weight you are going to lose considerably quicker. Nevertheless, find the equilibrium and you must be cautious here. Usually a low-calorie diet causes your metabolism to slow down. It increases.
 
Bernadette Bircher
Medaryville
Erstellt am Wednesday, 28. September 2016 08:33
Increasing your weekly activity amounts are a very good method to lose weight. Remember, you don't need to put lots of efforts. Most important is which you are doing something. If you need to increase the strength a little later on you can always decide. In the beginning just stick to some day-to-day a walk of around 30 minutes, it can make an immense impact on your metabolism and your weight-loss total. Not only are day-to-day walks good for reducing weight. They can also help you to clear your mind and deal with issues that are problematic.
 
Phillip Kamm
Los Angeles
Erstellt am Wednesday, 28. September 2016 08:15
So you get on a diet plan and also is assuming concerning exactly what benefits a weight reduction supplement is going to give you? Firstly, it depends upon the sort of supplement you desire to use. Today, there are thousands of weight reduction supplements on the market. The majority of them will certainly not give you the preferred effective you are looking for. The best you can do in this care is probably choosing an HCA supplement like Green Garcinia Gold. It is a supplement that not just will suppress your cravings, it will additionally assist you with psychological eating, and stop the carbs into fat conversion.
 
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West Palm Beach
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PARKESTON
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Teisha Malik
Fort Lauderdale
Erstellt am Wednesday, 28. September 2016 00:01
Falling hair is a common problem affecting
all types of people – young or old, men and women. This may be due to the presence of
callous chemicals in some shampoos that
majority of people use every day. Or this could also be
attributed to the presence of chronic illnesses like cancer. But whatever is the cause of hair fall, it is necessary that this will be
given immediate attention before it becomes
a huge dilemma. - http://www.ariastarrbeauty.com/products/castor-oil
 
Mireya Funari
Rochester
Erstellt am Tuesday, 27. September 2016 21:11
Trying to take your invention from idea to market takes work, time, and money. Even with putting your full time and effort into developing your idea, it may still be difficult to make ends meet.
 
Mireya Funari
Rochester
Erstellt am Tuesday, 27. September 2016 21:11
Trying to take your invention from idea to market takes work, time, and money. Even with putting your full time and effort into developing your idea, it may still be difficult to make ends meet.
 
oscar scanido
London
Erstellt am Tuesday, 27. September 2016 12:14


Economics for Managers – BUS702

Assessment task 2: Essay

TOPIC for 2016

When the GFC crisis hit, most of the developed world went into recession. According to the strict official definition of recession, Australia did not. Examine the relative roles played by the Federal Government, the Reserve Bank of Australia and foreign trade in this outcome.



SUMMARY OF CRITERIA

Factual content and economic analysis should be correct, argument should be clear and coherent, referencing should be complete and follow the Harvard system, grammar, spelling and presentation should be of a high standard and the essay should be well-structured, including an introduction that answers the question.



SUGGESTION OF A PLACE TO START YOUR RESEARCH

The ANU's journal Agenda, available free online at:

Especially look at Volume 18 Number 1 2011 and Volume 17 Number 2 2010.



COPY OF REQUIREMENTS FROM COURSE OUTLINE

See next page.










Goal: The topic will require you to apply your knowledge of the economic theory you have learned in the context of a contemporary problem. The topic will change each session and will be available on Blackboard at the beginning of the course.
Product: Essay
Format: This is an individual assessment.

Introduction and conclusion

The introduction should be one paragraph that introduces the topic of your essay, answers the question, and shows how you intend to address this topic.

The conclusion should summarize the major points covered in the essay and bring these together in a way which follows logically from the body of the paper. New ideas should not be introduced in the conclusion.



Body

While essays should be written in a formal tone, they should also be written clearly and concisely. This means you should use paragraphs composed of short sentences and choose the simplest words that convey you're meaning accurately. Your essay should also be structured so that your argument flows logically from point to point.

The content of your argument should be factually correct and relevant to the question.



Research and references

The essay should demonstrate the depth of your reading on the subject.

Reference your discussion in Harvard style. This means that whenever you draw on another author's argument or theory; include the author's name and the year of the publication in brackets at the end of the sentence. If you quote directly from that author, use inverted commas e.g. ‘……' around the quote and include the page number in the brackets. Do not use footnotes for references. This link at ANU gives some simple examples of how to use Harvard style , as well as links to further detail:

academicskills.anu.edu.au/resources/handouts/referencing-harvard

At the end of your essay, you should include a bibliography, which lists more complete details for the sources you have referenced within the body of your essay. The citation for each reference should be author, year of publication, title of the book or article, publisher and city of publication. If you are citing from a newspaper or journal article, the citation should be author, year of publication, title of the article, title of the newspaper or journal, volume and issue number or date if it is a newspaper article, page number(s) of the article.



Spelling, grammar and presentation

Attention to the final edited version of your paper is important. It is expected that you will not have spelling or grammatical errors in your presentation and that your essay will use idiomatic standard English.

You are required to word process your essay. Type on one side of the page only, using double-spacing, font size 12 and wide margins.

Graphs or statistical information do not contribute to the word count but may be a useful part of your essay. It is important that they relevant to the argument that you are developing, are actually referred to in the discussion component of your answer and are presented in your assignment as close as possible to this discussion. It is quite acceptable to use hand drawn graphs, provided they are correctly and neatly labelled, and all graphs are relevant. Hand drawn graphs can either be scanned into your essay in order to facilitate electronic submission.
Criteria · Economic analysis

· Correct and clear argument

· Communication

· Referencing – Harvard system,

· Grammar, spelling and presentation

· Essay structure
Generic skill assessed Skill assessment level
Communication Graduate
Information literacy Graduate



 
oscar scanido
London
Erstellt am Tuesday, 27. September 2016 12:14


Economics for Managers – BUS702

Assessment task 2: Essay

TOPIC for 2016

When the GFC crisis hit, most of the developed world went into recession. According to the strict official definition of recession, Australia did not. Examine the relative roles played by the Federal Government, the Reserve Bank of Australia and foreign trade in this outcome.



SUMMARY OF CRITERIA

Factual content and economic analysis should be correct, argument should be clear and coherent, referencing should be complete and follow the Harvard system, grammar, spelling and presentation should be of a high standard and the essay should be well-structured, including an introduction that answers the question.



SUGGESTION OF A PLACE TO START YOUR RESEARCH

The ANU's journal Agenda, available free online at:

Especially look at Volume 18 Number 1 2011 and Volume 17 Number 2 2010.



COPY OF REQUIREMENTS FROM COURSE OUTLINE

See next page.










Goal: The topic will require you to apply your knowledge of the economic theory you have learned in the context of a contemporary problem. The topic will change each session and will be available on Blackboard at the beginning of the course.
Product: Essay
Format: This is an individual assessment.

Introduction and conclusion

The introduction should be one paragraph that introduces the topic of your essay, answers the question, and shows how you intend to address this topic.

The conclusion should summarize the major points covered in the essay and bring these together in a way which follows logically from the body of the paper. New ideas should not be introduced in the conclusion.



Body

While essays should be written in a formal tone, they should also be written clearly and concisely. This means you should use paragraphs composed of short sentences and choose the simplest words that convey you're meaning accurately. Your essay should also be structured so that your argument flows logically from point to point.

The content of your argument should be factually correct and relevant to the question.



Research and references

The essay should demonstrate the depth of your reading on the subject.

Reference your discussion in Harvard style. This means that whenever you draw on another author's argument or theory; include the author's name and the year of the publication in brackets at the end of the sentence. If you quote directly from that author, use inverted commas e.g. ‘……' around the quote and include the page number in the brackets. Do not use footnotes for references. This link at ANU gives some simple examples of how to use Harvard style , as well as links to further detail:

academicskills.anu.edu.au/resources/handouts/referencing-harvard

At the end of your essay, you should include a bibliography, which lists more complete details for the sources you have referenced within the body of your essay. The citation for each reference should be author, year of publication, title of the book or article, publisher and city of publication. If you are citing from a newspaper or journal article, the citation should be author, year of publication, title of the article, title of the newspaper or journal, volume and issue number or date if it is a newspaper article, page number(s) of the article.



Spelling, grammar and presentation

Attention to the final edited version of your paper is important. It is expected that you will not have spelling or grammatical errors in your presentation and that your essay will use idiomatic standard English.

You are required to word process your essay. Type on one side of the page only, using double-spacing, font size 12 and wide margins.

Graphs or statistical information do not contribute to the word count but may be a useful part of your essay. It is important that they relevant to the argument that you are developing, are actually referred to in the discussion component of your answer and are presented in your assignment as close as possible to this discussion. It is quite acceptable to use hand drawn graphs, provided they are correctly and neatly labelled, and all graphs are relevant. Hand drawn graphs can either be scanned into your essay in order to facilitate electronic submission.
Criteria · Economic analysis

· Correct and clear argument

· Communication

· Referencing – Harvard system,

· Grammar, spelling and presentation

· Essay structure
Generic skill assessed Skill assessment level
Communication Graduate
Information literacy Graduate



 
Carolyn Norse
HAUGHLEY GREEN
Erstellt am Tuesday, 27. September 2016 10:16
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oscar scanido
London
Erstellt am Tuesday, 27. September 2016 10:11

LAW105 – Semester 2
Get Assignment help for Law105 Semester 2 at hndassignmenthelp@gmail.com

Assignment No. 2 (Due end of Week 10) Problem-based Questions

(2 questions worth 15 marks each)

Word Limit: 1,500 words. Marks are indicated at the end of each question.

Question 1

The Top End Runner's Club is holding a ‘fun run' over 10 kilometers through the streets of Darwin city to raise money for a new club house. Under the proposal, runners are sponsored by interested persons on the basis that they will pay their chosen runner a certain amount of money for completion of the run or for every kilometre covered.

Dave is a supporter of the Club and is interested in sponsoring a runner. Three days prior to the run, while dining at Casuarina, he sees Wendy and asks her whether she will be participating in the fun run. When Wendy says that she is thinking about it, Dave says to her that he will sponsor her for the sum of $3,000 if she decides to participate and if she takes one hour to complete the run. Wendy smiles and says: "Thank you. That sounds very generous".

Later that day, Wendy meets her old friend Bill and tells him of her conversation with Dave. She says that his offer has inspired her to participate in and complete the run. Wishing to further encourage her, Bill tells Wendy that if she does decide to complete the run and if she thinks that she needs new running clothes and shoes, he will pay for them.

The next day Wendy purchases very expensive running shoes and clothes for a total value of $2,000. Subsequently, she completes the fun run in 58 minutes.

When she approaches Dave after the run, Dave finds that he is a little short of money. He tells Wendy that he has no legal obligation to pay her and, in any event, he says that she had to take one hour to complete the run whereas she completed it in 58 minutes. He refuses to pay her. When she approaches Bill and tells him that the cost of the clothing and shoes was $2,000, he says that he did not expect her to purchase such an expensive outfit and he, also, refuses to pay her.

She brings action against Dave and Bill, claiming $3,000 and $2,000, respectively, against them. Both Dave and Bill resist the claims.

Dave and Bill seek your advice as to whether she will succeed in making these claims against them.

(15 marks)

Question 2

Dani owned an old, but valuable Mercedes car. She wanted the car upholstery to be restored to its original condition. She searched the web for a good, reliable upholsterer who had experience with old cars. She saw the web page of "Vintage Upholsterers" [Vintage], which included the statement that all of the staff were highly qualified and experienced and every care was taken in carrying out work.

Dani took her car to Vintage and asked about their experience in carrying out work on cars such as hers. She also asked about the quality of their work, saying that she wanted her car restored to its original condition. She showed them some pictures of what the upholstery looked like in its original condition. Dani was told that the firm's trades people were ‘first class' and that one of them, Carl, had worked on Mercedes cars in Germany. She was told that Carl would be put in charge of upholstering her car.

Dani agreed to having Vintage undertake the work and she signed a document headed ‘Agreement'. The document comprised one page and included the following clause:

"While every care is taken with the work undertaken, Vintage Upholsterers cannot accept responsibility for any damage to goods or for any defect in work completed. All warranties are hereby excluded."

The same clause appeared on a sign next to the counter in Vintage's workshop.

While Dani did see the sign, she could not read it from where she was standing.

When the upholstery of her Mercedes was completed, Dani discovered that the quality of the work was poor and that it looked quite unlike the pictures that she had shown Vintage prior to commencement of the work. She also discovered that while Carl had supervised the commencement of the work, he had left on holidays when it was only half completed.

Dani wants your advice as to whether she has any remedy against Vintage. Advise her. (15 marks)

Please note:

The maximum word length for this problem-solving task is 1,500 words

(there is an allowed margin of 10% under/over this word limit).

Assignments must be submitted online via Learnline. No other form of submission, (such as email) will be accepted. An assignment submitted via the draft submission link (SafeAssign check) will not be accepted as a final submission and will not be marked. It is your responsibility to submit your final assignment in the correct way – ie, via the final submission point on Learnline;

Presentation: Please ensure that you use the assignment cover sheet and your answers are formatted in 12pt Arial font (or other readable font) with 1 ½ line spacing, page numbers and your name and/or student number on each page (in the header or footer).
Get Assignment help for Law105 Semester 2 at hndassignmenthelp@gmail.com
 
oscar scanido
London
Erstellt am Tuesday, 27. September 2016 10:11

LAW105 – Semester 2
Get Assignment help for Law105 Semester 2 at hndassignmenthelp@gmail.com

Assignment No. 2 (Due end of Week 10) Problem-based Questions

(2 questions worth 15 marks each)

Word Limit: 1,500 words. Marks are indicated at the end of each question.

Question 1

The Top End Runner's Club is holding a ‘fun run' over 10 kilometers through the streets of Darwin city to raise money for a new club house. Under the proposal, runners are sponsored by interested persons on the basis that they will pay their chosen runner a certain amount of money for completion of the run or for every kilometre covered.

Dave is a supporter of the Club and is interested in sponsoring a runner. Three days prior to the run, while dining at Casuarina, he sees Wendy and asks her whether she will be participating in the fun run. When Wendy says that she is thinking about it, Dave says to her that he will sponsor her for the sum of $3,000 if she decides to participate and if she takes one hour to complete the run. Wendy smiles and says: "Thank you. That sounds very generous".

Later that day, Wendy meets her old friend Bill and tells him of her conversation with Dave. She says that his offer has inspired her to participate in and complete the run. Wishing to further encourage her, Bill tells Wendy that if she does decide to complete the run and if she thinks that she needs new running clothes and shoes, he will pay for them.

The next day Wendy purchases very expensive running shoes and clothes for a total value of $2,000. Subsequently, she completes the fun run in 58 minutes.

When she approaches Dave after the run, Dave finds that he is a little short of money. He tells Wendy that he has no legal obligation to pay her and, in any event, he says that she had to take one hour to complete the run whereas she completed it in 58 minutes. He refuses to pay her. When she approaches Bill and tells him that the cost of the clothing and shoes was $2,000, he says that he did not expect her to purchase such an expensive outfit and he, also, refuses to pay her.

She brings action against Dave and Bill, claiming $3,000 and $2,000, respectively, against them. Both Dave and Bill resist the claims.

Dave and Bill seek your advice as to whether she will succeed in making these claims against them.

(15 marks)

Question 2

Dani owned an old, but valuable Mercedes car. She wanted the car upholstery to be restored to its original condition. She searched the web for a good, reliable upholsterer who had experience with old cars. She saw the web page of "Vintage Upholsterers" [Vintage], which included the statement that all of the staff were highly qualified and experienced and every care was taken in carrying out work.

Dani took her car to Vintage and asked about their experience in carrying out work on cars such as hers. She also asked about the quality of their work, saying that she wanted her car restored to its original condition. She showed them some pictures of what the upholstery looked like in its original condition. Dani was told that the firm's trades people were ‘first class' and that one of them, Carl, had worked on Mercedes cars in Germany. She was told that Carl would be put in charge of upholstering her car.

Dani agreed to having Vintage undertake the work and she signed a document headed ‘Agreement'. The document comprised one page and included the following clause:

"While every care is taken with the work undertaken, Vintage Upholsterers cannot accept responsibility for any damage to goods or for any defect in work completed. All warranties are hereby excluded."

The same clause appeared on a sign next to the counter in Vintage's workshop.

While Dani did see the sign, she could not read it from where she was standing.

When the upholstery of her Mercedes was completed, Dani discovered that the quality of the work was poor and that it looked quite unlike the pictures that she had shown Vintage prior to commencement of the work. She also discovered that while Carl had supervised the commencement of the work, he had left on holidays when it was only half completed.

Dani wants your advice as to whether she has any remedy against Vintage. Advise her. (15 marks)

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