The problem question is a widely used vehicle for testing the knowledge and understanding of the law student. To those who have never come across them before they may, at first, seem daunting. Usually they involve dispensing advice to one or more imaginary claimants or defendants. It is this advising that often leads students to make their first mistake: failure to ignore reality.
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