Light Activated Shape Memory Polymers (LASMP) are recently developed innovative materials defined by their capacity to store a deformed (temporary) shape and recover an original (parent) shape. This change in shape and the return to original shape is achieved by exposing the polymer to light at different wavelengths. These unique properties have led to the use of LASMP's in a wide variety of applications. These SMP's have a great potential in the biomedical industry as well as the aerospace industry. In the past, the authors have introduced a constitutive model to model the mechanics of these LASMP  and used it to solve a few cases of boundary value problems of interest. In this paper, the developed model is used to solve some other inhomogeneous deformation boundary value problems.