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...property called ‘The Hollies’, which were once one property. The Hollies was sold off in the 60’s. When Mr. Crane’s parents died, a will was left to him who then inherited this property. He became the sole owner of the property. The Ivy House (and it’s neighbour the Hollies) are both registered titles. There is a mortgage existing and land charges registered. There is a very unusual layout of properties, such as the interlinking of rights and responsibilities, the dog-leg boundary at back, not much space for access to The Hollies... The Case Scenario Mr. Crane, the client, is in his 80s and have lived at the Ivy House all of his life. His father owned what is now ‘Ivy House’ together with the adjoining...
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Property
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...Property is an important asset that plays a critical role in the economic development of an individual or an organization. It is the platform on which important economic activities are performed. On another dimension, property is also termed as real estate wherein emphasis is laid on providing housing to the population depending on their purchasing powers. Thus, property plays a pivotal role in the development of the society and the economy as well. Therefore, constructing infrastructure in the name of houses and offices is not sufficient to develop ea property, but in addition effective consideration of certain other aspects in addition to the local... INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT INTRODUCTION...
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Intellectual Property
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...Property Before going into the discussion regarding intellectual property, let us get a better understanding of what intellectual property actually is. “Intellectual property, sometimes abbreviated IP, is a legal definition of ideas, inventions, artistic works and other commercially viable products created out of one's own mental processes” (Pollick). Intellectual property is an idea, emotion, or any asset that an employee creates for his or her company. An intellectual property does not belong to the person who invents it; rather it actually belongs to the company for which that person creates that property. The inventor of an intellectual property... is not supposed to resign the company...
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PROPERTY ECONOMICS
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...Property Economics: An Understanding of Price Volatility in the UK Commercial Property Market Executive summary This report is aimed at shedding light on the commercial property market in the United Kingdom. In concrete terms, it looks at the reasons why there has been rental volatility in this market. In doing so, the report draws attention to the fact that the market shows the characteristics of a free market economy such that rental volatility varies from one region to the other across the United Kingdom. Given the important differences that exist between the housing and commercial property markets; especially in relation to the separation of use and ownership and the role of developers... ...
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Property law
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...Property law The first case regarding the use of the jointly owned property between by Barney, Floyd, and Howard, pertaining to the issue of settlement by Ernest on a property, has its legal basis be drawn under the legal concept of Adverse possession, which provides for the alternative ownership of property by a disseisor (not the real property owner), without compensation (Martin, 77). Under this provision of the law, an individual who has possessed the property of another for a reasonable period of time can be rewarded with the ownership of such property, subject to the...
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Property Market
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...property values and the related issues of valuation in the property market. Introduction This essay is an inquiry into how economic, social, physical and other factors affect property valuation with in the property market. Property Valuation has become an important part of the investment culture of the British and European Countries as the valuation practices have increasingly been put under scrutiny by the business academia. According to academics like Downie et al (1995) there is a strong need of implementing national and local strategies for boosting effective international investment strategies and a better understanding of the investment worth of properties and the relevant... Factors affecting...
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Property Development
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...Property Development Introduction Valuation of property is a basic guiding force for real e development. It can be simply defined as the processof calculating the market value of a real estate project at a particular time. Property developers and acquirers evaluate value of property for several purposes such as selling and buying, taxation, leasing and transfers etc. however property valuation is a complex task due to involvement of several factors, most of which are either intangible or changes frequently over time. The objective of this paper is to provide a brief overview of different valuation methods. The paper will critically analyze pros and cons of various methods and try to present... ...
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Property Law
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...Properties Co (Mayfair) Lt3d, it was held by the court that simple delay without possession of the property is not itself an impediment to seek the relief of specific performance. In this case, a delay of two years was held to be a bar since... ? Answer for question A If Virginia had signed a contract with her brother a year ago, then Virginia is committed to sell the land to her brother only unless if her brother had defaulted the conditions of the agreement or delayed to conclude the contract within the timeframe mentioned in the agreement. In some cases, the courts are willing to specifically enforce contracts relating to land is that damages so awarded may not be adequate where the unique assets are...
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Property law
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...Property Law: Deborah v Charles Part A(i Legal and Equitable Interests in Greengables In English law, the actual possession and matrimonial home trust regulations were developed to make sure that equity prevails in cases of prejudice provided some given standards were met. This section of the article will examine these standards and demonstrate the way this suits the clients Deborah and Charles. To begin with, we shall look at the legal and equitable interests that are currently being held by both Charles and Deborah in the property, Greengables. Initially, the fact that the freehold property, Sunrise Lodge, was passed to Barbara’s husband’s name alone in marriage makes this situation... College:...
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Intellectual Property
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...Property Intellectual Property Topic The UK copyright legislativedata sheet, which was amended on 27th November, 2009, shapes and outlines the Copyright, Designs, as well as the Patents Act of 1988, the principle legislative discoursing intellectual possessionsprivileges in the United Kingdom, and the duty to which it functions (Lambert, 2009). Copyright Law patented in the UK from a common law concept; the statute of Anne, and turned out to be legislative with the passing of the Copyright Act of 1988 (Litman, 2001). However, the current right is the Copyright, Designs, and patent Act of 1988. The law offers rights of control to the creators of literary works, films, music, artistic... Intellectual...
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Property Law
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...property after death under British laws but an exemption is provided for by the Wills Act of 1837 (p.45). But this principle of donation mortis causa is an exemption as provided by the same act of 1837. 2. In Re Beaumont, the court held that Donatio Mortis Causa is a singular form of gift and is amphibious nature. It is neither inter vivos nor testamentary and the recipient is entitled to the gift after the donor dies (Jackson, 1972... ? IN THE MATTER OF: GIFTS GIVEN TO SHARON, BEN AND SONYA BY LEO ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ADVICE ON BEHALF OF SHARON, BEN AND SONYA...
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Property law
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...PROPERTY LAW There are about four major issues with legal implications that Barney could be said to be dealing with in this case, all of which has to do with property law in one way or the other. These four issues have been discussed using various case laws, legal regulations and provisions, as well as with support of relevant literature under four different headings. Defaulting of Loan and foreclosure of Property After notifying his son that he had an inheritance in the piece of property, Andy’s son had some legal rights to use the piece of land for any property owning benefits that would bring value. But...
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Property Law
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...property adjoins the land in question.18 Those who have acquired title by adverse possession before the Land registration Act of 2002 will retain their titles and not lose it. In some cases, the old rules regarding adverse possession may still apply. For example in the case... ANS Prior to the Land registration Act of 20021, the Limitation Act of 19802 specified a limitation period of twelve years after which those in adverse possession could apply for the title to the land3. The limitation therefore subordinated the rights of the paper owner to recover the land, so that the squatter’s possession becomes impregnable, “giving him a title superior to all others”.4 Pre conditions to invoke such impregnabl...
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Private Property
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...Property in his Own Person Introduction The focus of this paper is to discuss the theory of John Locke on private property and his ment that "Every man has property in his own person." This is going to be a very straightforward discussion; however, the concern of this paper is on evaluating Locke's theory, so the focus of interest is rather wider. Locke's theory of property has two characteristic elements. The first element consists in a need to divorce the legitimacy of appropriation from the requirement that everyone consent to it, together with an ingenious device for doing so, the stipulation that appropriation not impair anyone's access to the materials needed to produce her... Every Man has...
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Intellectual property
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...Property Table of Contents The Need for Intellectual Rights Protection 5 Intellectual Property in the UK 6 Patents 6 Trademarks 7 Copyrights and Related Rights 8 Geographical Indications 8 Industrial Designs 9 Trade Secrets 10 Layout Design for Integrated Circuits 11 The Protection of New Plant Varieties 11 The UK Law Regarding Intellectual Right’s Ownership 11 Conclusion 14 Bibliography 16 Introduction and Review of the Case Study This report concerns the intellectual property law, which sets the legal rights for individuals as well as organizations to control and manipulate intangible creations and marks. Such creations may range from novels to logos to drug formulae. This work... Intellectual...
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Property Law
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...property law and claims of individuals who cohabit a particular property. This is an important case about cohabitants' property rights and division of assets after medium or long term marriage. Ms Oxley and Mr Hiscock cohabited a property that was owned by Ms Oxley purchased by her under right to buy legislation. This property was financed entirely by Mr Hiscock but was later sold and the sale proceeds were used to purchase another property in which Mr Hiscock and Ms Oxley lived1. After the relationship broke down, Ms... 1. The Case of Oxley and Hiscock Case (essay) on: Oxley V Hiscock [2004] EWCA Civ 546 2. Introduction This analysis is on the Oxley V Hiscock [2004] EWCA Civ 546 case that relates to...
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Property offence
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...PROPERTY OFFENCE by The of the The of the School The and where it is located The Date Property Offences Question 1 a) Petty theft When Fred changed the price tag on the shirt, he became a suspect in a petty theft or shoplifting accusation. According to the U.K law, any actions that one may take to avoid paying the full purchase price on an item could make them guilty of shoplifting. This includes acts such as altering price tags, changing price tags between items, and swapping the goods in containers that have different prices. An attempt or intent to pay less than you should have paid excluding a cashier’s mistake can result in a shoplifting charge. The...
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Property & Law
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...Property and Law In the epoch of Renaissance and Reformation the new standards of human life based on the idea of a personality worthiness, recognition of dignity and independence of each person, creation of conditions for his/her free development, were developed. During this period spiritual prerequisites for the formation of bourgeois society were formed and approved. In the XVI century in all West European states the culture of Renaissance, which were based on humanistic ideas became dominating. “Enlightenment-era political and economic thinking restructured human institutional arrangements by diminishing substantially the role played by the church (or religious institutions more broadly... ...
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Intellectual Property
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...Property 1 Significance of the Protection of Intellectual Property 2 The Challengers of Intellectual Property Protection 3 Introduction of Louis Vuitton 4 Louis vs. Google—Counterfeit Case 5 Conclusion 8 References INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY... CONTENTS Introduction Types of Intellectual...
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Property Law
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...Property Law Angelina Issue To evaluate Angelina’s share in the property owned jointly with her husband. Whether she would have any right, if the property were to be registered only in her husband’s name. Facts The property in question had been jointly registered in the names of Angelina and her husband Brad. Analysis The Matrimonial Proceedings and Property Act 19701 declares that if a spouse contributes a substantial amount of money or money’s worth to the improvement of real or personal property, then that person acquires a share or an enlarged share in the said...
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Property law
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...Property Law Introduction A property is defined, as anything owned by an individual or an entity. There are two types ofproperty: personal property and the real property. A license is an authorized permission granted by one party to another. The license gives permission to the licensee as an element of mutual agreement between the two parties. It includes the permission and the record or document showing the permit. The licensor authorizes the licensee to use the licensed material. Some authorities may issue out license to allow an activity that would otherwise not be allowed. This may require a fee payment to prove the...
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Property Law
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...Properties Co (Mayfair) Lt3d, it was held by the court that simple delay without possession of the property is not itself an impediment to seek the relief of specific performance. In this case, a delay of two years was held to be a bar since... ? Answer for question A If Virginia had signed a contract with her brother a year ago, then Virginia is committed to sell the land to her brother only unless if her brother had defaulted the conditions of the agreement or delayed to conclude the contract within the timeframe mentioned in the agreement. In some cases, the courts are willing to specifically enforce contracts relating to land is that damages so awarded may not be adequate where the unique assets are...
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Intellectual property
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...Property Rights and the Internet: Enforceability at the National Level in the Case of the United Arab Emirates By Student Name Course Institution Date Abstract The Internet provides a unique opportunity for the holders of intellectual property rights to publish and sell or rent their material. At the same time, the Internet opens up many opportunities for the unauthorized use of intellectual property. In particular, intellectual property may be copied for relatively low costs and distributed over several states simultaneously. International intellectual property protection laws have attempted to strike a fair balance between the sharing of information... ? The Regulation of International Intellectual...
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Intellectual Property
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...PROPERTY ANALYSIS ASSIGNMENT Preliminary Analysis Identify the primary ethical dilemma to be resolved? (example privacy, freedom of speech etc) The ethical dilemma in this case is whether to abide by intellectual property rights or proceed with the project under the state’s immunity from such ethical issue. By accepting to disregard the intellectual property right, privacy of the creative minds behind works to be photocopied as proposed by Grifolo Frondoso to luke. 2. Identify any legal violations involved in this case? (DMCA, fraud, HIPPA, 1st Amendment, etc) Legal violations involved in this case is 1st Amendment which emphasizes need to adhere... _________________________________ INTELLECTUAL...
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Intellectual Property
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...Property Companies that produce work that are the result of creative efforts of individuals or the products that are unique in their own way should have intellectual property protection. For such organizations it’s very crucial for their success to protect their intellectual property as the do business. Examples of industries that may require intellectual property protection include: Writers, film making, artists, musicians, pharmaceutical, computer software designing, web developers, telecommunications and so on. A company may sue another company working in a similar industry for marketing a product that has the same design or name as that of the product invented by the accusing company... Intellectual...
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Property Law
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...property from an agent, who in turn is alleged to have acquired it on a fraudulent basis. You have requested us to determine the person who now rightfully must be accorded the rights of possession to the property in question, Colonel Cadwallader or Lady Fotherington Thomas. Rights of Colonel Cadwallader: There is a basic legal principle we may be applied in this instance - nemo dat quod non... Legal Advice The Assistant Commissioner of Police Re: Possession of Stradivirus Sir: You have requested us to act on your behalf in the matter of a violin that originally belonged to Colonel Cadwallader, but has now been acquired by Lady Fothering Thomas upon payment of a sum of $300,000 for purchase of the...
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Property Rights
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...property of individuals for public use. In this case, the government acquired the properties of Kelo and others to give it to a corporation. This corporation will develop an economic project that will create jobs and revenues for the city. The advantage of economic development for the city is the public use that was asserted to support the exercise of eminent domain. This case is very controversial because here, the power is delegated to a private entity. The land subject to eminent domain is to be given to a private entity... Introduction The case of Kelo vs. The of New London is a land law case involving the s power of eminent domain. Eminent domain is the power of the government to purchase property ...
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Property Management
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...Property management exists... EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The company boasts a strong management team that ensures that the activities run smooth. This is only achievable with the help of a committed workforce. The company has a stable board that gives ii a formidable backbone. The company has a wide market base. This guarantees continuity and the company can then carry its activities without any worry about the future. Its customers mainly come from the middle class. This category of clients forms a significant part of the nation. Having them is an advantage to the company. The company also uses the most effective way s to attract customers and to retain the ones that already exist. Several sales are registered...
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Property Analysis
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...PROPERTY ANALYSIS A residential property: The place where I live is a 200 sq yard land. On each floor four equal portions were made and leased out. This is fetching considerably a greater rent for a place located far from the main road but in the center of the city. It is a G+4 building where I stay, completely built and left no place for parking. The entire five floors are built in a similar manner and is rented out to individuals for domestic purpose. There are totally 20 tenants and each tenant is paying 2500$ for the portion they live. Considering the physical location of the property the amount of remuneration is highest comparing to...
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Intellectual property
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...PROPERTY Intellectual Property of the of the Intellectual Property The main purpose of having copyright is to provide authors and artists a chance to produce new works. (Aplin & Davies, 2010) Intellectual property law ensures that authors and artists are given their earnings through official distributors (record companies, for example; Economists refer to these as “property stewards”) for recordings of this creative and intellectual work, which eventually give money to the authors and artists. Digital technology developers make peer-to-peer networks, which enable people to obtain the same works without paying. Acquiring the works with this method is similar to stealing... ?Running Head: INTELLECTUAL...
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Property & Possession
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...property is the oneness or the singleness between the house and the sister, and the coherence of events that takes place in the house and the way it affects Usher. By and large, there is an overwhelming linkage between the structure itself, which is the house, and the human body. The possession is therefore established in the conspicuous familiarity of Usher on the details of the house, telling the unnamed narrator that the house is alive (Meyers 111). This substantial understanding... 11 April A Comparative Analysis of The Fall of the House of Usher and The Castle of Otranto Analysis of “The Fall of the House of Usher” is inspired by the historical accounts of concepts while putting Edgar Allan Poe res...
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Property law
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...Property Law PROPERTY LAW Introduction Barney seems to be faced with several situations in which he has hired a lawyer to represent and advise him on ways of handling, not only from a legal perspective, but also from a spiritual perspective. Below I offer my thoughts on the handling of the situation, both legally and spiritually. Joint Tenancy with Right of Survivorship I agree with the advice that Barney should take the case to court and fight Opie legally. Joint tenancy, in estate law, refers to a form of ownership where more than one person has ownership of one property or properties. The individuals share equal...
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Marketing Property
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...Property Running head: A & DISCUSSION REGARDING THE CRUCIAL STAGES IN MARKETING RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY A 10 Page Paper on the Crucial Stages of Marketing Residential Property In APA Style Hellen Engelbrecht Academia Research Writer Marketing Property 2 The following paper will discuss and describe the crucial stages involved in the marketing and finally the sale of a residential property from an agent's point of view. Firstly, how would one define what an estate agent is An estate agent is someone who buys and sells immovable property by the instruction of or behalf of the owner the said property in question. The property involved could be a: Residential property either... Marketing...
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Intellectual Property
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...PROPERTY Intellectual Property Affiliation This paper presents an overview of digital intellectual property along with different kind of issues such as plagiarism, reverse engineering, open source code, competitive intelligence, or cybersquatting. A very simple idea to explain intellectual property is to understand the view that all great expressions and products have an origin. For instance, a creative piece of work (i.e. music, art, writing, film, or computer software) belongs to its creator. Additionally, these creative works, ideas, expressions and inventions are very precious for their inventors and must be protected however these ideas or thoughts are not known as intellectual... ?INTELLECTUAL...
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Intellectual Property
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...PROPERTY Intellectual Property Affiliation This paper presents an overview of digital intellectual property along with different kind of issues such as plagiarism, reverse engineering, open source code, competitive intelligence, or cybersquatting. A very simple idea to explain intellectual property is to understand the view that all great expressions and products have an origin. For instance, a creative piece of work (i.e. music, art, writing, film, or computer software) belongs to its creator. Additionally, these creative works, ideas, expressions and inventions are very precious for their inventors and must be protected however these ideas or thoughts are not known as intellectual... ?INTELLECTUAL...
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Intellectual property
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...Property In order to protect our property from thieves we put locks on our doors and signaling systems in our houses. Unfortunately, the owners of the small businesses sometimes forget that their ideas, business and marketing strategies, are often of more value than stereo systems, TV sets and PCs locked in their homes. For many people intellectual property is something ephemeral, the thing they cannot see and touch, thus they have problems getting the notion that it needs protection as much as the material goods do. Intellectual property is one of the key notions in the agency of most of the companies working in the technology area. Erik Sherman in his article in The Chief Executive... Intellectual...
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Intellectual Property
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...Property Protections Find a piece of music, movies, books, computer and game software, etc. and look for an example of copyright (or trademark) notice. Paste a copy of the copyright notice in this file. If the original copy is not accessible, then a brief description of the item including title, author/artist/producer, copyright, trademark, etc. could be used. “Copyright (c) 2009 American Society Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS). All rights reserved. This video is subject to copyright owned by the American Society Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS). Any reproduction or republication of all or part of this video is expressly prohibited unless ASPRS has explicitly... Lecturer Intellectual...
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Property Tax
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...Property Tax Part A A house owner while purchasing or selling his home, has to pay the following taxes in UK ly Capital Gains Tax, Stamp Duty Land Tax, Inheritance tax, Yearly tax on Enveloped Dwellings. The incidence of tax on an individual will be depending upon the house owner’s tax status and will be footing upon whether he is a UK resident or not for tax objectives1. In UK, an individual who is owning a single property which is his main home need not any capital gain tax (CGT). If the value of the property has appreciated since he purchased that property, even then, he is not obligated to pay any CGT if he disposes...
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Property Management
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...PROPERTY MANAGEMENT: MAKING REAL ASSESTS WORK FOR EVERYONE REPORT OUTLINE I. Introduction II. Property Management: A Comparative Definition III. Goals of Strategic Property Management IV. Property Management & the 4Ps of Marketing V. Emerging Trends in Real Property Management VI. Conclusion I. Introduction This reports aims to illustrate the fundamental objective and current practice of Property Management, especially as it is practiced by the private landlord, while giving a comparative background as to how this profession is practiced in the corporate setting. However,...
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Property Management
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...Property management Introduction Statistical analysis is an important tool in managerial ‘decision-making’ as it facilitates informed ‘decision-making’ processes (Siegel, 2011). This paper seeks to develop recommendations for price of services. Based on a research, the paper analyzes raw data to recommend suitable price for a service. Methods The research used survey method to collect primary data on people’s opinions. Using simple random sampling approach, 30 individuals were selected and their opinions, regarding prices of property management services, collected. Data for both expected prices, prices considered as tool low for quality services and prices considered too high were collected... ...
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Property law
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...Property Law By Due The essentials of the formation of a valid contract are offer, acceptance, consideration and legal form. When it comes to the agreements of tenancy, it is mandatory that the contract must be in writing. A commercial lease agreement is made when a commercial real estate such as an office, store, warehouse etc is to be rented. The Landlord and Tenant Act, 1954, governs these agreements. These agreements fulfill all the essential requirements of a valid contract and can, therefore, be regarded as contracts. It is essential that the terms of these contracts must provide for the lease term, annual rent, security deposit, taxes, construction and completion...
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Intellectual Property
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...property Introduction Intellectual property is the right recognized by law to protect an individual’s intellect. When someone comes up with an idea, a new invention or an expression, the law protects other people from making use of such ideas without permission from the owner. Copyright, trademark, and patent are the three most recognized forms of intellectual property (Schwabach 55-60). Since the invention of internet, communication between individuals improved through the cyber space. This step improved the mode of doing things, but it created an avenue for people to misuse the intellectual property that led to the introduction and implementation of cyber law to regulate... ?Presented by Intellectual...
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Intellectual Property
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...Property Disputes and Arbitration. The ICC International Court of Arbitration Bulletin, Vol.9, No.1, 2012, July, pp. 37-95 Intellectual Property Intellectual property rights have increasingly been a thing of debate considering the fact that many people are embracing technology to come up with new developments in the society. The United Kingdom has had matters to do with intellectual property as well as rights for the same. This paper looks into some of the implications on the same with reference to technical protection measures as well as anti-circumvention provisions as captured in certain sections of UK’s legislation on property rights. Copyright... Lew, Julian D.M. Final Report on Intellectual...
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Property Market
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...PROPERTY MARKET Real e business is a hugely profit making business. It is one of the booming businesses that have given fruitful results to those who invested to gain profits. A real estate business can give good results if the infrastructure of concerned city, town or village is good. Basic facilities like water, electricity, food and shelter should be sufficient. Real estates prices will increase when the land is in the center of the city, or in industrial areas, or in residential areas. Infrastructure of the city or town plays an important role because those are the basic amenities that an investor would look into, before buying the land. Lack of infrastructure and...
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Property Cycle
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...Property Cycle: Could A Simply Model Predict Property Cycles By Yap Yan Nam 5th May 2007 Table of Contents Aim 3 The aim of this paper is I) to review various property cycles developed over past decades, ii) various issues and factors affecting its movements, iii) significant variables governing its movement iv) Methods or frameworks commonly adopted in these studies and v) finally could a simple model predict property cycle movement 3 Significance of property cycle 3 History of Property Cycle Development 3 Factors governing the Property...
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Property Law
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...Property Law Property Law A will is a legal document that allows someone to or dictate who will receive his estate and how much of the estate will go to any specified personi. The person that draws a will is by law referred to as the testator, and they may leave the management or ownership of the estate to more than one party. The purpose of drafting a will is to distribute a person’s wealth upon that person’s death. In common law, a will only referred to the document that disposes of real property while a testament was the term that was used in the disposition of personal property. However, in due course the...
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...Property Law One of the most prescient concerns of a civilized and advanced society is the way in which it distributes its resources. As such, the existence of differentiated and well-developed property laws is oftentimes the benchmark of an advanced society. In this way, understanding the nuances of how property laws are enforced, regulated, and observed within the context of culture and the legal system is a powerful determinant towards understanding the level to which individual rights and freedom exist within a given nation or economic system. Therefore, for purposes of this brief essay, this author will attempt to engage and analyze the level to which property rights play a defined... Section/#...
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Intellectual Property
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...Property Law Reed’s argument that Reed had no foreknowledge of the existence of Raybok would not be justified on the grounds that he didnot have fore knowledge that Raybok already existed because according to the USPTO, “The principal factors considered by the examining attorney in determining whether there would be a likelihood of confusion” includes when “similarity of the marks; and the commercial relationship between the goods and/or services listed in the application” (All Experts, 2011). What is even worse is that ignorance of the law is no excuse. Moreover, not only is there similarity in product but then there is similarity in the sound of the name of Reed’s shoe line with Raybok... ?Intelectual...
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Intellectual property
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...Property piracy Intellectual Property Intellectual property (IP) includes innovations, ideas, and concepts of the mind, fictional and inventive works, characters, titles, images and designs used for moneymaking purposes. Innovations and artistic expressions of local people and societies are also categorized as IP. This is because they are conventional and might not be entirely secured by the existing IP structures. Admittance to, and reasonable, lucrative resources have been included as IP. Normative and ability-building agendas develop balanced and proper legal and practical reactions to these issues (Esoderberg 2011). Piracy of intellectual property... Samsung Galaxy versus Apple iPad Intellectual...
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Property Law
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...Property Law Introduction The English land law deals with the real property issues in England and Wales. The law in question revolves around the acquisition and rights and obligations of land owners coupled with sharing and protection of wealth of the people of England and Wales (Harpum, et al 67). The property in accordance with classification can be movable or immovable. As per definition, personal things mean goods, money, and movables. The interest in personal either is absolute or qualified. The word property in detailed definition refers to an object / objects whose owner is in possession of a car, book or cell phone (Badenhorst, et al 13). The law of England and Wales permits a person...
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