"The way to guarantee that we have a viable a modern education system is to
constitutionally enshrine the right to a free state education (including the right to
private if the public right is waived) in the Australian constitution via a referendum."
(this was off a website, dedicated to adding education to the constitution)
this implies, education is not an enshrined right already.
damn, got that wrong then. not looking too good now - this is what i got:
4- B (didnt even learn this at school... i thought the fact that there wasnt any proven bias meant that it wasnt 'actual' bias. so i went with apparent.)
5- D (my reasonong was that there isnt always a jury in every trial ie: local court)
6- A (silly me... thought 'chancellors court' was in there as a trick .. i knew it was courts of chancery.. .y do they have to do this obsure bs? if an option was chancery i wouldnt have had a second thought)
8- D (negligence on the part of the shopping centre. the centre didnt exactly damage the property thus he cant sue them for it under peoperty law)
10- A (i dont think every law provides a remedy - the remedy is decided by the courts isnt it?)
11- C (one of the worst qns ive ever seen.. could easily be 'justice' - justice is a result of fairness isnt it... i just picked fairness in the end)
13- C (this was similar to a past HSC one, which caused some controversy at my school when we attempted it... so i didnt really put too much thought into this one)
14- D (im not even going to bother explaining - 'A' also seems very reasonable so ill just wait and see which one is actually correct)
15- A (police cant do much about defamation.. get a court order to stop the paper would be most effective).
well i dont think i did too good... m.c should be easy shouldnt they? either they are right or they arent... some idiots who wrote this section of the paper..