Defendant is required to fulfill the obligations of the contract.
Defendant is ordered to give an embarrassing public performance as punishment.
Defendant is ordered to agree to new terms of the contract.
Plaintiff has to give defendant back any damages.
Defendant breaches the terms of a contract they had with the plaintiff.
Contract is terminated, restoring both parties to the positions they were in before the contract (plaintiff doesn't have to meet agreements).
Defendant is ordered to stay away from plaintiff.
False: only some areas of civil law, strict criteria for legal assistance but everyone can get legal advice.
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Plaintiff must be a neighbour of the defendant.
Plaintiff's position in the community must be reduced because of the comment.
The comment must be said directly to the plaintiff.
The comment must identify the plaintiff in someway
The comment must be made to a third party.
The comment must be communicated to more than one other person.
The plaintiff & defendant must know each other.
The plaintiff must suffer harm or loss because of the defendant's act/omission.
There must be a neighbour relationship between the two parties.
The parties must be next-door neighbours.
A duty of care must be owed to the plaintiff with the risk being foreseeable, significant & an all reasonable precautions were taken to prevent it.
To charge guilty parties.
Allow for avenues to seek remedies where rights have been infringed.
To waste courts' time.
Promote a litigious society.
Protect people's rights.
False: can have both but occur separately
False: and restore plaintiff to their original position