Tag: UK Law

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Judicial Review and Exclusive Cognisance
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: Our founding fathers entrusted to Parliament the power to legislate, and thus determine policy for the realisation of the egalitarian goals as set out in the Constitution....

The Impact of the Human Rights Act 1998
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: The impact of the Human Rights Act 1998 on the law of judicial review with particular regard to the development of irrationality and proportionality....

Conjoined Twins Murder
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: Conjoined Twins Murder - This Essay will use necessity, duress, and self-defence to examine the case of the conjoined twins. Necessity is not however a defence to charges of theft or murder....

Assess the Advantages of the Current System
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: ‘cracks in the mirror’ (60% of the marks); the rules on rectification (20% of the marks), and third party rights being registered against the......

The Law Relating to Directors Duties
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: The law relating to directors' duties remains cumbersome, complex and inaccessible to most except those immersed in this area....

Criminal Evidence Essays
9th Jul 2019
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Property Possession and Co-ownership
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: Property Possession and Co-ownership. Co-ownership is the term used to describe the forms of ownership in which two or more persons are concurrently entitled in possession to an interest or interests in the same......

Who Will Inherit Your Property?
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: I’m writing this letter consiquent to our meeting of 29-12-09 wherein you made the following requirements.You wanted to know who will inherit your property if you die without a valid will while still married to Romeo....

Freehold Properties
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: All the five properties owned by Miss Stanfield can be classed as freehold properties as each property satisfies section 1(1)(a) Law of Property Act 1925....

Trusts Property and the Trustee
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: Trusts Property and the Trustee. The opening quotation can be said to identify one of the basic tenets of trust law in England and Wales. The trust is a creation of equity, and has developed over the centuries......

The Main Categories of Constructive Trust
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: Constructive trusts exist where it is right that the owner of some property should not enjoy it personally, but should hold it on trust for another....

Registration of Property
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: First registration operates after there has been a transfer of the legal title and normally takes place as a result of the provisions for......

Duties, Discretions and Powers of Trustees
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: Duties and powers of a trustee are listed according to the proper law by which the trust is governed. Duties required for a trustee are set out by different jurisdictions which have their own legislation....

A Liability in Negligence Case Study
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: For an defendant’s liability in negligence to exist, the claimant must show the defendant either did something, that led to him suffering a harm....

R v Miller [1983] 2 AC 161
5th Jul 2019
Introduction: The defendant was a vagrant who had spent the evening drinking before returning to the property where he was squatting. He fell asleep with......

R v Donovan
5th Jul 2019
Introduction: It was established at trial that the appellant, Mr Donovan, had ‘induced’ the victim to accompany him to his garage, wherein he had proceeded to beat her......

R v Misra and Srivastava
5th Jul 2019
Introduction: Two doctors were convicted of gross negligence manslaughters when their post-operative patient became infected with a staphylococcus aureus......

R v Hall - 1973
5th Jul 2019
Introduction: The defendant travel agent received deposit monies from various clients to pay for flights to the United States. He paid the monies......

R v Bowen - 1996
5th Jul 2019
Introduction: Bowen had obtained a number of electrical goods, over a series of visits to the value of £20,000. He had done so by applying for a number of ‘instant......

R v Bounekhla
5th Jul 2019
Introduction: The defendant was convicted of three counts of sexual assault after he deliberately and surreptitiously ejaculated on women while dancing......

R v Lewis
5th Jul 2019
Introduction: John Lewis (J), a French-American seaman, injured a German man (G) on board an American ship on the high seas. G died in hospital......

R v Prince - 1875
5th Jul 2019
Introduction: Henry Prince (H) was convicted under to section 55 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861 of taking an unmarried girl under the age of 16......

R v Latimer - 1886
5th Jul 2019
Introduction: The defendant was in an argument with another in a pub. The argument escalated and the defendant attempted to hit the other man with his belt......