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Case 1

Focus of Case: purchase agreement

Relevant PIL Source: Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties

I Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties applicable?

Legal definition of the term “treaty“ (Art 2 para 1 lit a VCLT):

For the purposes of the present Convention: (a) ‘treaty’ means an

international agreement concluded between States in written form

and governed by international law, whether embodied in a single

instrument or in two or more related instruments and whatever its

particular designation

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      User Markets - characterized by competition among users for physical location and space.   Capital Markets – serve to allocate financial resources among households and firms requiring funds. Property Markets – determine the required property- specific investment returns, property values, capitalization rates, and construction feasibility. Fee Simple Absolute - most complete bundle of rights possible, has greatest value. Fee simple conditional with reverted interest – ownership

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1923:”well,the…”:the Major talked with Olivia in a dinner party that Olivia gave.The Major said it bc Olivia asked him what kind of trouble was .Before said it, Olivia also asked if Major was having trouble with the Husband´s Wedding Day problem, but the Major answered that it  wasn´t bad that year.After the Major said it, Olivia cried because of the problem of the Nawad who became the leader of a gang of robbers.

12J:Douglas´s granddaughter talked with Karim.She told it to Karim bc Karim

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UNIT 4 “GLOBAL PUBLIC RELATIONS (GPR)”


DEFINING GLOBAL PUBLIC RELATIONS


1.Definition: The Public Relations professionals globally are assisting their organizations not only for build and maintain multiple relationships at home, algo constructiong and keepings those brisges abroad in other host locations and transnational environments especially with activist groups, global media and international non governmental organizations (INGOs). They´re called like “globalutionaries”

2.Transational

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·Anarchicstates:Inthisonewefindanabsoluteabsenceofcentralisedstatewhatsoever.Thereisnoclear pattern of violence waged from the part of sub-state militias (warlords) as there are hardly any central institutions to be captured. Thus, fight can target rather short-term limited goals as the control of a particularregionorevenneighbourhoodsdependingonthegainsthatmaybemomentarilyobtained.Ex: Liberia,Somalia.

·Phantomormiragestate:thistypologyiscloselyrelatedtothatofanarchicstates.Inthesephantomstates

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Chapter 1

1. What information are we given about Susan and Jack’s parents?

Mary and Bob were both died. Their mother had died tragically in a road accident when Susan was a little girl and Jack was a baby. Their father death was a lot more mysterious.

2. What do we learn about Susan and Jack’s normal routines?

Susan was working as a lawyer in a law office in London. Jack worked in a garage as a motor mechanic. Every morning, Susan would get up early to go to work, while

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