law of tort

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    amirmughal
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    sir can you explain exclusion clause in full?


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    MikeLittle
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    yes, but I’m not going to! Read the study text and / or the past exam questions.

    Even a look at the OT lecture notes would help. Now, when you’ve done that, post a specific query ( or queries ) on this page and I’ll answer them. You could even listen to the OT podcast on exclusion clauses!


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    sifler21
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    sir i would like to know tht how to interpretate exclusion clause?
    and plz do explain ucta too…

    thanx


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    Mrtaza
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    Here are some links to Open Tuition lectures that you should listen to.

    Contract Law – Exclusion Clauses (part a)>>>

    Contract Law – Exclusion Clauses (part b)>>>

    Regards


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    MikeLittle
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    thanks Mr T


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    sifler21
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    thanx….

    n sir i am not getting employment law audio lectures n i am having problems in differenciating between the contract of service n contract for service..


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    MikeLittle
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    I seem to recollect that there is a short chapter in the study text. Also, there is a question about this very subject in the revision kits. Read those and then, if you are still having problems, come back to me


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    Anonymous

    hi
    every
    Reminder u
    exclusion clause
    is not under law of tort
    it should be under contract law
    :D


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    lambyang`
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    Is exclusion clause important ??


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    MikeLittle
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    Of course it’s important! It could easily be the subject of a 10 marker. equally, it may not appear on the paper at all – maybe not even in 2010. Who can tell?

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