Legal assignment | Law homework help

Legal assignment | Law homework help

B.            Data Practices and Freedom of Information.1. Read (Sierra Club v. Superior Court.pdf) and (County of Santa Clara v. Superior Court.pdf).      Prepare a 1-2 page summary addressing the following :a. Brief summary of each case, including facts, holding, and legal reasoning (1 paragraph each)                                b. What do the two cases have in common?                                c. Where do the two cases differ?                                d. Are the holdings in the cases consistent?  Why or why not?e. How do these cases compare to what in (Data Practices Overview (6).pdf)    (hint: different states)?  2. Read Forest Guardians v. FEMA and News-Press v. Department of Homeland Security.      Prepare a 1-2 page summary addressing the following (3 pts):a. Brief summary of each case, including facts, holding, and legal reasoning (1 paragraph each)                                b. What do the two cases have in common?                                c. Where do the two cases differ?                                d. Are the holdings in the cases consistent?  Why or why not? e. How do these cases compare to what you learned about the Freedom of Information Act?

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Real estate law w5_dq1 and dq2

Real estate law w5_dq1 and dq2

Discussion Question 1: Adverse Possession vs. Eminent DomainThis discussion question touches on issues with government involvement and/or interference with private individuals’ interests in real property. After reviewing assigned course materials and conducting brief research on any pertinent laws in your jurisdiction, answer the following question.In its controversial landmark decision of Kelo v. New London 125 S. Ct. 2655 (2005), the US Supreme Court ruled that the city was within its rights to transfer property from homeowners to private developers to build a hotel, condominiums, and an industrial park.Adverse possession is an involuntary alienation that transfers property to another when certain statutory requirements have been met. Adverse Possession is a creature of statute, and each state has its own statute. See Colorado’s in Concord Corp. v. Huff, 144 Colo. 72, 355 P.2d 73 (1960).In your opinion, is adverse possession different from eminent domain? If so, do explain? Do they accomplish the same result, if so how? The two cases above will provide a good basis to start your analysis. Discussion Question 2: Public Infrastructure: Costs and DevelopersThis discussion question touches on issues with government involvement and/or interference with private individuals’ interests in real property. After reviewing assigned course materials and conducting brief research on any pertinent laws in your jurisdiction, answer the following question.Should municipalities require real estate developers to absorb the infrastructure costs involved in new development such as installing sewer trunk lines and storm water controls? What is your opinion? Support your opinion with examples. 

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Jadm 230 midterm | Law homework help

Jadm 230 midterm | Law homework help

I need a Justice Administration Midterm CompletedHere is some information about exam.The Midterm is worth 220 points total.There are 30 multiple choice questions (5 points each), 2 essay questions (35 points each).The Midterm has 2 pages.Covers TCOs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8.Remember to save your answers often.2 hours have been allotted for the Midterm.Remember to submit your Midterm when you are finished. The Exam consists of 30 multiple choice questions worth five points each and two essay questions worth 35 points each. The Exam is timed. You will have two hours to complete the Exam once you have opened it and started the Exam. You will be automatically logged out of the Exam at the two hour mark, so save your answers frequently. I will provide my login to access the student portal once a handshake is made. I will pay 20.00 including the down payment charge. I need it completed by 16:00 01/29/2017

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Case brief | Law homework help

Case brief | Law homework help

Prepare a Case Brief on the provided judicial opinion The Case Brief must include the following sections: Caption, Facts, Procedural History, Issue, Rule of Law, Holding, and Rationale. The Case Brief must be 1–2 pages. A heading must be provided for each section of the Case Brief.

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