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5 Matching questions

  1. Salomon v Salomon & Co 1897
  2. Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Co. 1893
  3. Attorney-General v Ngati Apa 2003
  4. Consumer Guarantees Act 1993
  5. Crimes Act 1961
  1. a ⊕ Decision made in the British House of Lords
    ⊕ Confirmed separate legal identity of the limited liability company from an individual
  2. b ⊕ Relied on by individuals when they allege to have been ripped off when buying goods and services
  3. c ⊕ This case established the necessary requirements for contract formation
    ⊕ For a contract to be valid there needs to be an offer, acceptance and consideration
  4. d ⊕ Criminal law was codified in an individual statute
  5. e ⊕ Court of Appeal decision
    ⊕ Ngati Apa investigation into whether or not they have ownership claims on the Foreshore & Seabed in their rohe
    ⊕ Crown claimed ownership under common law
    ⊕ Crown had never extinguished Maori title of the foreshore and seabed
    ⊕ Ngati Apa needed to prove ownership in the Maori Land Court
    ⊕ The Maori land court could issue freehold title if Ngati Apa gave sufficient evidence supporting their claim
    ⊕ The government passed the Foreshore & Seabed Act 2004 - shows parliamentary supremacy

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. ⊕ New Zealand requested and consented to Britain passing law so New Zealand could change the Constitution Act 1852
  2. ⊕ Environmental Law
    ⊕ The Environment Court set up
    ⊕ Geoffrey Palmer influential
    ⊕ Provided Maori with special rights as Tangata Whenua of Aoteoroa
    ⊕ Regulates the use of natural and physical resources in New Zealand
    ⊕ Any action in accordance with this act must be in accordance with the principles of the treaty
    ⊕ Consultation with Maori required under this act
  3. ⊕ New Zealand the first nation to give women the vote
  4. ⊕ Disputes tribunal set up
    ⊕ Takes pressure of the traditional courts
    ⊕ Different from Britain
  5. ⊕ Used to gain official information that is personal to yourself

5 True/False questions

  1. State Owned Enterprises Act 1986⊕ Repealed the New Zealand Constitution Act 1852
    ⊕ No power for Britain to make laws for New Zealand
    ⊕ Geoffrey Palmer played a key role in the development of this statute
    ⊕ Clearly outlines the different branches of government, The Sovereign, The Executive, The Legislature and The Judiciary
    ⊕ It is not a supreme law and is not entrenched

          

  2. 1066⊕ Captain James Cooks proclamation of sovereignty over New Zealand
    ⊕ This lapsed as it was not immediately followed by settlement

          

  3. Maori Representation Act 1867⊕ Increased the role of Maori in the New Zealand legal system
    ⊕ Created four Maori seats in parliament

          

  4. Foreshore and Seabed Act 2004⊕ Took away Maori rights
    ⊕ Statute passed because of the implications that would be caused from the Attorney-General v Ngati Apa 2003 case
    ⊕ Guaranteed public access to the foreshore and seabed
    ⊕ regulated the use of the foreshore and seabed
    ⊕ protected existing maori customary rights associated with the foreshore and seabed
    ⊕ The anger this act caused with Maori led to the formation of the Maori Party
    ⊕ The act has been repealed by the Marine and Coastal Area (Takutai Moana) Act

          

  5. Trial by Ordeal⊕ A physical test where the outcome was determined by God
    ⊕ Trial by fire - the accused was burned and if the wound did not heal, the accused was found guilty. If it healed, it was assumed that God had intervened to protect the person and they were found innocent
    ⊕ Trial by water - the accused was put in a pond. If they floated the verdict was guilty as the pure water could not receive the sinful person, if they sank the accused was found innocent as the water had received them