Tag: UK Law

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The Ability to Make These Decisions Is Called Mental Capacity
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Every day we make decisions about lots of things in our lives. The ability to make these decisions is called mental capacity. Treatment refusal is commonly seen and heard in hospitals and care home. Most of these individuals rejecting treatment......

Pre-action Protocol for Personal Injury
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: In April 1999 the civil claim procedure known as Legal Aid was replaced by the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR). These are also sometimes known as The Woolf Reforms because they were instigated by Lord Woolf, the then Master of the Rolls....

Define Fixtures and Chattels
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Distinguished fixtures and Chattels and examine the following statement using cases to illustrate the rule and any exemption there to......

Property Ownership
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: If it was a legal ownership in one’s party name and if the title documents include declaration of trust then it is conclusive but if not, it will be argued as followed....

Psychiatry and Ethics Case Report Refusing Treatment Bipolar Disorder
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: A 56 years old woman, Fran, was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. She is currently detained under section 3 of the Mental Health Act (MHA) for a manic episode. Concurrently, Fran suffers from diabetes mellitus and eye complication (diabetes retinopathy)......

Freehold of a Large Victorian House
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Nigel has just bought the freehold of a large Victorian house in Harpenden from Meryl. The house is set back from the road which a wide forecourt in front. It also has a large garden at the rear backing onto Harpenden Common.......

Legalities of Joint Ownership
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: There are two methods in holding the equitable estate for joint owners. The two methods either being a joint tenancy or a tenancy in common....

Theoretically Consent is Available to Murder
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Theoretically consent is available to murder and all non-fatal offences against the person. However in actuality, consent could not be used for any......

Passing of Property and Risk
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: In Mr Gregson’s interest it is important to know if the property in the goods in question had passed to the buyers in their respective situations and with which party was the risk present....

Northern Ireland, A Freehold Estate
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Discuss, with reference to relevant NI legislation and case law. Any type of an estate in land can be divided into two general categories, these......

Computer Misuse Act of British Parliament
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: The computer misuse act 1990 (chapter.18) of UK Parliament has different sections. According to the computer misuse act, hacking into the computer system and releasing of computer viruses are serious criminal offences....

Comment on Patenting Sporting Apparatus
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: The longest standing, best known, and arguably, economically most valuable form of protection of rights provided by the law of intellectual property comes in the form of the patent....

Trusts in the Family Home
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: The law on constructive trusts in the family home context is permeated by a tension between the desire of the courts to achieve a result they......

Ministerial Responsibility
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Individual ministerial responsibility or Ministerial responsibility is a constitutional convention in governments using the Westminster System that a cabinet minister bears the ultimate responsibility for the actions of their  department of ministry ...

Uncodified British Constitution
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: The term constitution can be applied to any overall system of law that defines the functioning of a government. In an additional sense, it could be......

Action for Negligence
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: In regards to Tim actions, I will be advising Tim on whether he is liable for the damage caused to Peter and Sanjev....

The Rule of Law Explained
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: The rule of law does not have a fixed and precise definition, and its meaning can be different between nations, ......