1500 to 2000 wordsQuestion 1. (10marks)Using your knowledge of statutory interpretation consider whether any of thefollowing ‘sells or hires or offers for sale or hire or gives to any other person – anyknife which has a blade which opens automatically by hand pressure applied to abutton, spring or other device in or attached to the handle of the knife’ and thereforecommits an offence under s1(1) of the Restriction of Offensive Weapons Act 1959:(i) Jane, a youth worker, confiscates a flick knife from a member of heryouth club and gives it to her supervisor.(ii) Tony, an antique dealer, displays an old military knife with a springopening device in his shop window with a price ticket attached to it.(iii) Fola buys an unopened box of kitchen utensils from a car boot sale. Withoutexamining the contents closely she donates the box to a charity shop.The box is found to contain a flick knife.Question 2 (10 marks)Critically analyse the following case and say whether or not you think that the plaintiffwill succeed under the tort of negligence:John was the batsman in a cricket match. He hit the ball so hard that it went overthe brick wall that surrounded the cricket ground over the road outside and hit MrSmith, who had just opened the front door of his house. Mr Smith sued the cricketclub for negligence. Mr Smith had a nasty injury on his head caused by the ball. Itwas stated in court that the ball had been hit over the wall only three times in thelast ten years.