- John, a lawyer in a trial, accused Paul (a witness in that trial) of being a thief while Paul was on the witness stand. Can Paul sue John? Explain using legal terminology
- Later that day John repeated the same statement about Paul outside of the courtroom. Can Paul sue John? For what specifically? Explain.
- What if John actually has evidence that Paul was convicted of theft? Explain the legal implications for situation “ii”
Sam a salesman, said to Joe, “This washing machine is as good as other well-known brands.” Joe bought the washing machine (for use at home) but is not satisfied with it and wished to sue Sam for fraud.
- Explain the legal implications of fraud and misrepresentation in the UAE (including the relevant statute number and year)
- Andexplain whether Sam is guilty of fraud and/or misrepresentation?
- Peter is declared insane by the courts. However, he signed a contract to buy a grand piano while he was on a lucid (sane) interval.
- What is the effect of the agreement (valid, void or voidable)? Explain.
- What would be the legal implications of the signed contract if Peter was not declared insane by the courts? Explain.
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