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Comic Art, Creativity and the Law Book Review

Comic Art, Creativity and the Law

Rosanna Bell - Second Year LLB (Hons) Student

Published in Issue 2, December 2018

This book review presents a overview of Professor Marc H. Greenberg’s book Comic Art, Creativity and the Law. Covering a range of topics from copyright, contracts, tax and laws surrounding obscenity, the book is a must-read for academics with an interest in intellectual property law as well as other areas of law.

Construction of Contracts: An Analysis of Objectivity and Subjectivity within Contractual Transactions Article

Construction of Contracts: An Analysis of Objectivity and Subjectivity within Contractual Transactions

Joseph Dance - First Year LLB (Hons) Student

Published in Issue 1, September 2017

This paper will focus on the relationship with the objective test of contractual relations and the recognition by courts in favour of subjective understanding of the transaction. The direction this paper will take will be to look at the different circumstances that contractual relations benefit from taking an objective view, and the intermittent exceptions when courts will interpret these contracts subjectively when it would be unreasonable for objectivity. In these instances, the courts will use the objective test as a first approach before deciding that a parties’ subjective belief will rule the objective approach inequitable.

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