This assignment is to take the form of a Predictive Memorandum for a law firm
(Benson v Deary)
Gabriela Benson is a potential client of our firm, UWIST, who has approached us about representing her in a dispute over title to two lots of land jointly referred to as 10 Rose Estates, Yellow Grave Road, Catarigua, Trinidad. She has been living on this land since June, 1991 when Catherine Deary, her mother’s friend, first granted her the right to live there. Absent Ms. Deary’s death, Ms. Benson and Ms. Deary were to discuss transfer of title to the land six years from now. However, given the untimely death, Fredrick Deary, Ms. Deary’s son and heir, has now requested that she vacate his property.
Remember your goal should not be to persuade the partners at our firm of your conclusion but to provide them with the tools necessary to evaluate the issue independently. Thus, you need to point out the considerations on both sides of the issue and arrive at the best prediction of the outcome of the case, even if it is contrary to Ms. Benson’s interests. Actual cases should be used and discussed to present arguments on both sides.
As such, you must organize the memorandum as you would a typical office memorandum, which includes the following headings:
1) Memorandum Heading
Please see attached file for the fact pattern related to this assignment…
Please advise if this can be undertaken…p(7)
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