I think my tutor said that the resit will have open questions
10 months ago
When you choose to make the open questions on the resit, your assignment grades will be replaced with those grades. However, you can choose to leave those open questions blank, your assignment grades will then be used on the resit
I don't see any questions about the contract material in the previous exams posted on student portal. Do we not have to know any of it for the MC exam? (I probably missed this information due to my own inability to pay attention, but it would be very helpful to know)
Our tutor told us that the focus will merely be on Tuesdays tutorial (AKA mainly on what the book said), there might still be a few - but not a lot of questions on the Thursdays tutorials (AKA reader and contract) since those were tested in the assignments ;)
Hey! From my point of view that first part of the question is just a 'teaser' to introduce the main thing you need to answer which is whether English law welcomes mistake and if so, what are the categories. You will find the info for that in pages 87 and 88 of the Reader. Hope it helps.
Where did you find the info for task 3, for the error in nomine? because I have only find info in the reader in pages 49 and 50 and the Ulpian text but that doesnt give too much information for the 300 words
Hey guys! In the case of the question 4 of the assignment 2, does anyone know about another name given to the locatio-conductio contractus during Middle Age (1236)?? (If I'm wrong about the kind of contract, then the name given to the right contract in 1236) The only "new names" I see are stuffs like clausula or pacta sunt servida but I don't think that's relevant for the question ?
Plus I rembember that in the last tutorial my tutor told us that during that time the Digest was not fully rediscovered as the Glossa Ordinaria was not even written in 1236 if im not wrong
10 months ago
Ah that's true...didn't think about that my head is fried by now lol then I really don't know, I think I'll just write locatio condutio for both periods because that's what I understand from our literature and we are not supposed to use external sources for the contract questions so yeah
I personally still haven't reached task 4 yet but I believe that Lou said that they were using locatio conductio contractus. I briefly glossed over it and it seems correct but don't hold me to it bc I'm still on task 3 :/
Hi guys to be sure concerning the 3rd assignment, in question 3
In the 19th century it's a contract of services or employment.. (?)
And in the classical period it's a locatio-conductio, right ?
And for question 4,
It's "clausula rebus sic stantibus" and "pacta sunt servanda", all good ?
Thank you in advance for confirmation or help ;)
you should footnote is in the els style and if this is not possible, you can footnote it however you want but be consistent in the way you do it
as long as the texts in the reader are from a book and you have all information about it, footnote it as a book
The codification period roughly takes places after the Ius Commune period, you're confusing the timeline. The three-fold division was developed in the Ius Commune period and mentioning that therefore answers the question. So in Roman law it was a locatio-conductio, but in the Ius Commune period the locatio-conductio was to be developed further by the civilians into three types: locatio-conductio rei, locatio-conductio operarum (which is applicable in our current case) and the locatio-conductio operis.
Hey guys can somebody please explain me again the difference between locatio conduction operarum and operis? we have to choose one for assignment 3 but I still don´t really get which one applies here