Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal act 1998(Vic) In subject to this section, the provisions prescribe that each party is t o bear their own cost in the proceeding at any time. The tribunal may order the party to pay all the specified coasts or part of the costs of another party proceeding. The court applied… Continue reading Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal act 1998.
Was the case objectively covering the Acts? Based on the Domestic building contracts Act 1995, the case objectively covered the Act. As prescribed under this Act, stages of building and the amount payable by the client per each stage were applied in the case. Under consideration of section H46 (1) of this Act, the case… Continue reading covering the Acts? Based on the Domestic building.
Introduction Sadik V Omaxe construction Pty ltd (building and property)  VCAT 184 Case plaintiff and respondent/ defendants FIRST APPLICATION Sana Sadik SECOND APPLICANT Wael Obied (removed from the proceeding 23/03/2021) FIRST APPLICANT Omaxe Construction Pty Ltd (CAN 609 730/270) SECOND RESPONDENT Omaxe Developers Pty Ltd (CAN 612 917 601) Case briefing The case is… Continue reading Sadik V Omaxe construction Pty ltd.
Pain management – this can be done by changing position or prescribing the patient on appropriate medication. This intervention is crucial as it helps in reducing the pain experienced by patients with these disorders. Mobility interventions –This should be supported by encouraging physical activity. Doing this makes it easy for the patient to refrain from… Continue reading Pain management and Mobility interventions.
Improvisation in Jazz Improvisation in jazz is a common practice whereby it involves applying different tools, moods, and styles in jazz. Earlier on, jazz was purely a rendition of simple melodies and rhythms (Coker & Jerry, 13). However, improvisation has come when jazz musicians have brought in several aspects such as humanity, musicianship, and intellect.… Continue reading Improvisation in Jazz Summary.
Jazz Theories According to Levine in the Jazz Theory Book, there exist a few theories that explain jazz music. Such theories include the basic theory and chord scale theory (Levine & Mark, 26). The basic theory explains the nitty-gritty of the components that formed jazz music. under this theory; there are three main components: intervals,… Continue reading the Jazz Theory Book summary.
Modern Day Jazz Jazz has come a long way from the 19th century. Presently, jazz has established itself as an integral part of music, and much effort has been directed. According to an interview by Jazz standard on a renowned Jazz artist, Karin Allyson, jazz has become a local brand that is not formed along… Continue reading Modern Day Jazz summary.
Reflection 2 Marcia explained the theory of adolescent identity development on Erikson’s theory of psychosocial identity development and identified four identity statuses by stating the identity diffusion, identity foreclosure, identity moratorium, and identity achievement. My identity is the moratorium which is one of the steps in the process of finding a sense of self. As… Continue reading The theory of adolescent Summary.
Jazz: A History of Music and the Dance Introduction Music as a whole has been in existence for as old as humankind. Music is an art that exists to serve different purposes, ranging from entertainment, communication, and a reference tool for preserving certain cultures and traditions (Burgess & Richard, 24). Over time, music has evolved… Continue reading A History of Music and the Dance Introduction.