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What role should governments play in protecting intellectual

property rights of material available over the Internet?

How can organisations prevent personal information about

clients becoming public knowledge?

0 What effect has the Internet had on legal research?

What problems do you think might occur in the future regarding

the Internet?

Besides the Internet, what other things have changed the way

layers work nowadays?

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ILECpracticetest

Test of Reading

TIME 1 hour 15 minutes

Part 1

Questions 1-6

Read the following extract from a reference book on contracts.

Choose the best word or phrase to fill each gap from A, B, C or D below.

For each question 1-6, mark one letter (A, B, C or D) on your answer sheet.

There is an example at the beginning (0).

Incapacity in General Even though individuals differ markedly in

Their ability to represent their own interests in the bargaining process, a person is

Generally (0) . to have full power to bind himself contractually. Only in

extreme (1) . is one's power regarded as impaired because of an inability to

Participate meaningfully in the bargaining process. One whose power is so

Impaired is said to lack capacity to contract and is (2) to special rules that

Allow him to avoid the contracts that he makes in order to protect him from his

Own improvident acts.

Two principal kinds of defects are today (3) . . as impairing the power to

contract: immaturity and mental infirmity. In the past, the common law regarded

a woman's marriage as (4) . .. her of her separate legal identity, including the

Capacity to contract, during the life of her husband.

(5) , this disability was largely removed by statutes (6)

Nineteenth century.

In the

Example: A concluded B surmised C assumed D implied

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E

A stages B junctures C occasions D circumstances

A subject B conditional C liable D open

A granted B recognized C conceded D appreciated

A depriving B debarring C dissolving D dismissing

A For example B In particular C However D Consequently

A realized B ruled C legislated D enacted

Questions 7-12

Read the following extract from a rental contract.

Choose the best word to fill each gap from A, B, C or D below.

For each question 7-12, mark one letter (A, B, C or D) on your answer sheet.

PROVISION FOR LATE CHARGES UNDER LEASE

Tenant acknowledges that late payment of rent will cause Landlord to

(7) . . costs not contemplatedby this Lease,the exactamountof whichwill

Be extremely difficult to (8) . These costs include, but are not



(9) . .. to, processing and accounting charges, and late charges which may be

(10) . on Landlord by the terms of any Superior Leases and Mortgages.

Accordingly, if any instalment of Monthly Rent or payment of additional rent is

not received by Landlord or Landlord's designee within fourteen days after the

Amount is (11). . , Tenant shall pay to Landlord a late charge equal to ten per

Cent of said amount. Acceptance of late charges by Landlord shall not constitute a

waiver of Tenant's default with respect to said amount, nor prevent Landlord from

(12) . .. any of the other rights and remedies granted hereunder or at law or in

Equity.

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A derive B acquire C collect D incur


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