Tag: UK Law

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R v Martin - 2001
3rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Martin had shot two people that were trying to burgle his home. He killed one of them and wounded the other. At the initial trial......

R v Hasan [2005] 2 AC 467
3rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Hasan was charged with the crime of aggravated burglary. He was associated with a gang and relied on the defence of duress......

R v JF Alford Transport
3rd Jul 2019
Introduction: The first defendant was a lorry operator transport company; the second defendant was its managing director while the third was the......

R v Braham - 2013
3rd Jul 2019
Introduction: The appellant, Braham, had been convicted of the rape and assault of the victim, who was his partner at the time. It was alleged that......

R v Elbekkay
3rd Jul 2019
Introduction: The appellant had been out for the evening drinking with the victim and her boyfriend. They returned to the victim’s flat and the victim retired to bed......

R v Coates
3rd Jul 2019
Introduction: The defendant was a senior naval rating at the time of the incident and the complainant was a naval medical assistant, both working aboard a ship....

R v Gotts - 1982
3rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Gotts, a sixteen-year-old boy, tried to kill his mother as he claimed that his father had threatened to shoot him unless he did so....

R v Ireland - 1998
3rd Jul 2019
Introduction: The Defendant in this case consistently called three separate women over the course of three months. During each call he......

Consumer and Commercial Law
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Generally contracts are concluded by providing express terms in the agreement and such express terms specifically mentioned and agreed by parties may be oral or in writing....

The Concerns Over Money Laundering
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Money Laundering is a serious crime that affects the economy as a whole, hampering the social, economic, political, and cultural of developed ......

The Supremacy of Parliament
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Another important part of this is the rule of law. The parliament emancipation is based on the rule of law. The supremacy of parliament......

Tort Law Must be Established
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: For damages to be claimable in tort law it must be established that the Defendant owed the claimant a duty of care, that the duty was breached and that this breach of duty caused the claimant some harm....

Breach of Duty of Care
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Breach Of Duty Of Care. Chris may have a contractual claim as well as a tort claim under the principle in Donoghue v. Stevenson(1) where Lord Adkin formulated the 'neighbour principle'....

A Democratic Regime
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: There is a plethora of mechanisms that enable Parliament to scrutinise Government, and to an extent they ensure proper accountability....

Issue of the Tort of Negligence
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: The problem-solving question addresses the issue of the tort of negligence. What is tort then? Winfield states, “Tortious liability arises from the breach...

The Distinction Between Leases and Licences
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: It is best to firstly explain what leases and licences are. There are two legal estate under the property act 1925 , an estate in fee simple......

Private Nuisance and its Boundaries
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: A person is guilty of committing private nuisance who does any act, or is guilty of an illegal omission, which is an unlawful interference with a persons use or enjoyment of land, or some right over it......

Property Fiduciary Capacity
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Property Fiduciary Capacity. A fiduciary is someone who has fiduciary obligations; the obligation to act loyally to the principal to whom one is a fiduciary. The rule is applied strictly and is incontestable but questions...

In Any State There Are Three Primary Bodies
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: The rise of Parliamentary sovereignty coincided with the gradual erosion of the prerogative powers of the crown. By the end of the 17th century the......