Most attitudes that were expressed from the 6 different people were all along the same line, 4 out of 6 people though corporal punishment should not be used on students at school to discipline them, but the other 2 thought corporal punishment should be used but to the extent of limits and the consent of the students parents outlining that it is okay to use corporal punishment on their child at school. I wouldn’t change the law so that it allows teachers to use corporal punishment on the students because in my eyes I see it as a form of abuse, if we define corporal punishment most answers you will find, will be along the lines of something like this: corporal Punishment means the intentional infliction of physical or emotional pain upon or the physical restraint of an individual or Student for disciplinary purposes. Corporal Punishment includes, but is not limited to, paddling, slapping, hitting, punching, striking, shaking, screaming, swearing, name calling, or any other activity that could be harmful to a person’s physical or psychological well being. I don’t think any parent really would want their child having something like that done to them. Most people would strongly disagree with corporal punishment being a new law, and I agree.
The resident tenancies list deals with disputes where the amount claimed is under $10,000, although there are some exceptions to this. The complainant must complete an application in writing and lodge it with the principal registrar. The cost to lodge an application is $35.20. All parties are informed of the complaint and are asked to attend a hearing. Hearings are conducted in an informal atmosphere. The parties, and any witnesses, in turn give their evidence under oath. The tribunal is not bound by rules of evidence.