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Task 1: Implied Terms 20 Marks Question by Kavitesh Chandra expert. You are a well-known mechanic in your community and you agree to buy a car from Mervin. However, Mervin insists that you have to carry out repairs on the same car engine prior to its delivery. You agree to the engine works and also pay 30% of the price as deposit money. In the meantime, Mervin carries out the repair works himself but fails to notify you. The car eventually gets destroyed in a fire in Mervin’s garage. You are not insured and subsequently demand money back from Mervin for non – delivery. Required : a) Identify and describe the commercial law concept. b) Quote the relevant law (section and rule #). c) Discuss and apply the law quoted (above) to the scenario. d) Provide a brief conclusion????
I am taking my family sometime in the future - special thanks to of the Covid-19 - around Europe for a three-week-long roadtrip. We had been planning this excursion for 2 months, now we have time to rethink the means of transport. These weeks I had several problems with Google Maps and Waze too, but none of the other gps applications meant better solution. These are the two most common and hopefully reliable mobile applications that should be used on a trip more than 3000 kms long. Do you think I should trust any of them? Which gps applications have you tried that would fit my plans and would drive us in the middle of nowhere?
Which countries follow left-hand traffic laws?
We all know that distracted driving is a major cause of car-related injuries and deaths but what makes drivers be distracted while driving and stop paying attention to the road?
We’ve all seen it in movies or old TV westerns—as the stagecoach (or train) picks up speed, its fast-moving wheels appear to switch direction, slowly turning backward. We also occasionally see the phenomenon in real life, with spinning car tires and whirling ceiling fans. Scientists call it the Wagon-Wheel Effect. What causes the “backward” effect?