Equity & Trusts Question! Need Help! Urgent?

Equity & Trusts Question! Need Help! Urgent? Topic: Critically assessing research articles
July 19, 2019 / By Bessie
Question: "Critically assess the contributions of the House of Lords in the past 15 years to the development of the Resulting Trust." Hey all, i'm a 2nd year law student and would like some help regarding the question above. Any relevant cases, materials, articles or statutes will be greatly appreciated. Thank You in Advance.
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Afrikah Afrikah | 6 days ago
As a law student, you should be learning these research skills! You will be needing them in the future!
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Tiarnach Originally Answered: Urgent help with philosophy question?
It doesn't matter whether you believe yes or no. This is a philosophy class!! it's all about being able to back up whatever stance you take! Edit: Essay structure (somewhat) Lead in paragraph, introduce issue, make your thesis statement (the point you are going to prove). For this question, I would then split the argument and attack it in halves. So, first metaphysics, then morality. Point 1 defending your view of metaphysics (with examples) (however long this takes... be it a paragraph or a page, depending on the length of the essay) Point 2 defending your view of metaphysics (optional) Point 3 metaphysics Point 1 for morality Point 2 for morality (optional) Point 3 Summary Section to restate in a brief way the point of the argument you made with your Point paragraphs. Conclusion (validating your thesis hopefully)
Tiarnach Originally Answered: Urgent help with philosophy question?
I think it's basically asking can ideas that are impossible to achieve in metaphysics or morality be portrayed in movies and literature. Of course. Anything can be portrayed in film/literature. You just have to define what is impossible though. Something that may be impossible and imperceptible now could be very possible in the future. Like man walking on the moon would sound impossible to a cave man. As for structuring your essay. Start with a broad introduction to catch the readers interest then narrow it down slowly. In the same paragraph, give your thesis, which is pretty much what you are going to try and prove. Also in that first paragraph, write your methodology. i.e. what you will be discussing and how you will address it. You want to make clear points in every paragraph and don't repeat yourself. At the end of every paragraph, try to make it link to the next paragraph that has a different idea. This will help your essay to flow. Any statement of facts that you make should be referenced. Which should also be included in your reference list. Note: Bibliographies and reference lists are different. Try not to talk in first person unless instructed otherwise. In your conclusion, sum up all the points you've made without repeating yourself and explain how that has proven your point. You want to make the reader think, but without asking them questions. Don't use exclamation marks either. I think your main argument could be to define "impossibilities" and really what is impossible? If you can think it, and you can express it, then it's possible. Matter of resources I'd say.

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