How to Ace FYLSE/June 2002 Exam

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Introduction[edit]

There is an extra criminal law question.

Contracts[edit]

Fact Summary[edit]

Outline[edit]

Torts[edit]

Fact Summary[edit]

Outline[edit]

Fact Summary[edit]

A visitor is mugged and sues the mugger, the village, the gallery and the inn.

Outline[edit]

P v. D1[edit]
  • assault
  • battery
  • trespass to chattels
  • conversion
P v. D2[edit]
  • Negligence
  • special duty- land occupier
P v. D3[edit]
  • Negligence
P v. D4[edit]
  • Negligence
  • assumption of risk
  • comparative negligence
  • contribution

Criminal Law[edit]

Fact Summary[edit]

Q1. Gasoline Murder[edit]

At the gas station, D found her lover cheating and sprained gasoline over V. V accidentally burned to death.

Q2. Fire Insurance[edit]

D1 solicited D2 to have D3 commit arson for insurance fraud. V died in the process. D1 and D2 don't proceed with the fraud.

Outline[edit]

Q1. Gasoline Murder[edit]
  • Assault
  • Battery
  • Murder(first and second degrees)
causation(actual and proximate causes)
  • Voluntary manslaughter
  • Involuntary manslaughter
Q2. Fire Insurance[edit]

State v. D1

  • solicitation
  • Conspiracy
Pinkerton's Rule
  • Attempted Insurance Fraud
  • Arson
  • Murder

State v. D2

  • Conspiracy
  • Solicitation
  • Attempted Insurance
  • Arson
  • Murder

State v. D3

  • Conspiracy
  • Attempted Insurance Fraud
  • Arson
  • Murder