a local supermarket. At approximately 10.05am on 15 January 2008 a customer dropped a glass jar of honey, causing the jar to smash and the honey to spillover the floor. The customer did not tell any of the supermarket staff of the accident.
The practice of the store staff is to clean up any spilt liquids as soon as they are discovered, and further to check for such spillages every two hours. At 11.00 am on the same day Mary entered the supermarket with her father.
Mary's father has poor vision, and so Mary generally accompanies him on his walks and shopping trips. Whilst walking down one of the supermarket aisles, Mary stopped to talk with a friend. While Mary talked with her friend, her ...view middle of the document...
The problem, as explained by his legal and political advisers is there has emerged a very real problem in its completion, with possible adverse legal ramifications.
The contract is in writing and stated as a ternl that time is of the essence, with a specified completion date and a schedule of bonus payments if it was completed early. The contract also specified that damages would apply against the contractor if it was late "for any reason".
Due in the main to adoption of advanced construction techniques, the contractor is more than 50% complete and is about 20% ahead on time, which he is advised by his lawyers and accountants will mean that the Government will be liable for $2.2 million in bonus payments to him if things continue at this rate and it is completed in the week prior to the election. There are no obvious reasons why they should not.
The Minister has on his desk a petition from the Friends ofIndigenous Animals imploring him to, in his role as Minister, order a three month cessation of works to enable all indigenous animals in the area...