A Report On The United States ' The Constitution Act Of The Commonwealth Act From Making Valid Laws

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Question 1:
In this case, Elizabeth is the TDA president had driven several kilometres and so was expected to pay tax as per the law. However, according to the statement of the law, several issues should be noted. First, the constitution Act bared the Commonwealth Act from making valid laws. Second, the South Australian Parliament had enacted the NRTA 2014. S109, Commonwealth Constitution stated, if the state legislation is inconsistent with Commonwealth legislative, latter prevails. Despite the fact that she wasn’t legible to pay the 5 cents per kilometre travelled under the law Elizabeth is liable to pay public road tax.

Question 2:
In this case there are two parties Franco and Peter and we have to discover whether Franco has the right to claim the reward.
There was an offer and the acceptance was valid:
In this issue, it should be noted that Peter printed fliers for his lost Iguana plus the reward for the one who bring it back to him as the fliers instructed (Carlill). This act ascertains that he had entered into a contract with any person who found his pet and returns it to him. On noticing that flier, Franco hoped for the quoted reward and he did as per the printings. Therefore, the court would conclude fliers was an offer.
Peter’s revocation:
Unfortunately, Peter had withdrawn the reward since he was happy with his new pet, but this is not the case as revocation should be made at any time before acceptance (Routledge). Therefore, Peter can’t just say no I changed my…

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