pp 83-85 ex 1-6
Examples of disputes:
- Dispute over people's behaviour may involve conflict between neighbours over anti-social behaviour (loud parties or verbal abuse)
- Business disputes can involve different interpretation of the terms of a contract, or questions over whether a contract has been breached, and what remedies/damages are appropriate.
- Planning disputes include situations where, for example, a property owner plans to construct a new building, or improve an existing building. (ie planning permissions)
- Environmental disputes include disputes over resources and questions over who has the right to exploit those resources, and at what cost to the environment.
Reading 2 letter of invitation
pp 85-86 ex 7
Language use: Future forms
present continuous vs will
Listening 1 Question and answer session
pag 87 ex 10-12
peanut kernel case
Reading 3 pag 88 ex 14-16
Reading 4 Cost of litigation pag 89 ex 18-21