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Tutor profile: O W.

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Subject: Environmental Science

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What are the effects of environmental degradation?

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Answer:

Environmental pollution and depreciation of the earth surface.

Subject: Law

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What is trust?

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Trust is a creation of equity which brings about a relationship between a setlor, the transferor of property, and a trustee, the transferee of property, whereby the settlor transfers property to the trustee on trust, to hold for the benefit of the beneficiaries (the objects). In order for the trust to be properly constituted, the property has to be vested in the trustee and this requires formalities and certainties.

Subject: Pre-law

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What is democracy?

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Democracy is a government system adopted with the aim of making the people rule. It is simply the government of the people, where the rule of law is paramount; government by the people, where the rule of law is pitched for fairness and equality; and government for the people, where all citizens are dealt with fairly and equally in order to prevent all forms of discrimination. Democracy literally means justice.

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