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  • Law and Equity

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    Law and Equity Essay (a) Outline the development of common law and equity. There was no system of law in England and Wales before 1066, as it was mainly based on customs which were just rules of behaviour and the other used to be the decisions of judges. The law in England and Wales built over the centuries. There were various methods of creating laws which were called “sources of law”. However, in the 18th Century Parliament became more powerful which lead the Acts of Parliament (statues) to

  • Questions On The Word Equity

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    Introduction The word equity has numerous meanings and to various people it is a symbol of fairness or justice. The origin of equity can be traced to the deficiencies of the common law. Beyond question, common law had flaws where any solution is unavailable or where there was an availability of a remedy but it was not fit for the plaintiff loss. Moreover, the common law was studded with formality. If two parties engage in a verbal contract in case of common law, common law under no circumstances

  • The Legal Rules Of Equity

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    Introduction. Equity by its nature is a fluid subject where maxims are simply guidelines to be used or ignored at the whim of the court and solutions to litigation sometimes aim at justice (or expedience) at the expense of the legal rules of equity (equity will [sometimes] follow the law). This is illustrated by the two overarching maxims where equity will not assist a volunteer and equity will not perfect an imperfect gift when in practise there are established systems of equity which often do assist

  • The Principle Of Equity Law

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    contract is all about the concepts relevant to the development, implementation and violation of the agreement. On the other hand, equity law is a set of rules exercised if there is no appeasement based on the common law of contract. Here, the court is given the right and freedom to use their own discretion in giving just and appropriate decisions. So, the principle of equity is applied when the common law of contract is not sufficient to give objective and fair judgement. But when would one say it’s

  • Brand Equity

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    to certain brand. 5. Other proprietary brand asset. More depth into the factors that build Indomie’s brand equity will be discussed further in this report. 1. Brand Awareness “Brand awareness is the recognition and recall of a brand and its differentiation from other brands in the field”, East (1997, p.29). Brand awareness is an important and sometimes undervalued component of brand equity. Awareness can affect perceptions and attitudes. It can make peanut butter taste better and instill confidence

  • Relationship Between Equity And The Common Law

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    Equity has been described as a ‘mysterious creature’ that lies distinctly alongside the common law. In considering the statement, there is an almost linear reversal in which the remedies in equity procure a type of right not necessarily available in the common law. This peculiar jurisdiction has created consistent controversy especially in regards to the fusion of the common law and equity. To understand further, this essay will consider the relationship between equity and the common law. The development

  • Brand Equity

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    Significance of the study The main significance of this study is that it gives the deep inside of brand equity which can become the reason for the success of companies. The study focuses on types of brand equity which are brand associations and brand loyalty on telecommunication sector. This research can be very useful for the organization to learn different ways to enhance brand equity of customers for their brand. It can help marketers to understand brand associations and brand loyalty and their

  • Equity Plays An Important Role For The Common Law

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    Equity plays an important role in the common law which will be explained in this essay. It’s foundational principles derive from philosophy and ethics as well as from political and religious background. To understand specific nature and extent it operates in the modern world it would be necessary to look how it developed over the centuries in the UK. In the 13th century’s England, the common law courts operated through the Court of Common Pleas and the King’s Bench and could only offer a limited

  • How Does Equity Fulfil the Common Law

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    How Does Equity Fulfill the Common Law Common Law Equity fulfils the common law, although it does not endeavour to displace it with a moral code. In order to be influential, the law is to be professed as both certain and predictable, and also flexible and fair. Specifically, it needs clear rules on the one hand, but flexibility on the other to produce exceptions to cases that lead to apparently incongruous or unjust conclusions if the rules are

  • Managing Brand Equity

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    Y PEKKA TUOMINEN Managing Brand Equity ABSTRACT The purpose of this study is to discuss and elaborate the main issues encountered in managing brand equity. In order to achieve this purpose, we first analyse the concept of brand equity; second, we provide a comprehensive framework for managing brand equity; and finally, we distinguish different ways to leverage and measure brand equity. The concept of brand equity emerged in the early 1990s. Brand equity can be regarded as a managerial concept