Tag: UK Law

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The Recovery of Compensation
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: The Law On The Recovery Of Compensation For Pure Psychiatric Harm Is A Patchwork Quilt Of Distinctions Which Are Difficult To Justify, Lord Steyn, Frost V Chief Constable Of South Yorkshire Police [1999]2 AC 455 1T 500....

Freehold Estates
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: In this scenario, all five properties are owned by Miss Stanfield as estates in fee simple absolute possession (freehold) . Therefore she is capable of granting leases for her freehold estates....

Security for Repayment of a Loan
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Mortgages are essentially a pledge or security for the repayment of a loan. Usually, the response of a mortgage lender would be to take possession of the mortgaged property when a borrower continuously defaults on the mortgage,...

Police Powers of Arrest
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: The circumstances in which a police officer may arrest a person under the new version of s.24 of PACE. The significance of Code of Practice G and ......

An Analysis of a Housing Lease Agreement
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Lease agreement The contract selected here is lease agreement which is a contract between two parties in which the landlord gives right to tenant ......

Burgess v Rawnsley [1975] Ch 429, CA
1st Jul 2019
Introduction: Mr Honick and Mrs Rawnsley bought a property as beneficial joint tenants. They had originally agreed to move into......

Public Law
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: Drawing upon the constitutional and democratic models you have studied, explain the range and effectiveness of attempts to constrain arbitrary power....

Offer and Acceptance
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: A contract is a binding agreement between at least two parties. In order to form a contract, the essential elements are: Intention to create legal......

Rules Made by Controlling Authority
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: What is Law? A set of Rules made by controlling authority which are legally binding on all citizens For a thriving legal system which continues to ......

Entick v Carrington
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: Entick v Carrington is a seminal case in English constitutional law. Although superficially concerning trespass, the decision in this case was also to have profound constitutional implications for common law jurisdictions across the globe....

Remoteness of Damage
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: We have already looked at causation, and the relevant factors, such as intervening acts and multiple causes. We said then that remoteness of damage came into those situations....

A Narrow Definition of a Constitution
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: It is true that there is no enacted document in which the constitution can be found (unlike for example the United States). But the United Kingdom...

The Purchase of Rose Cottage
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: This report relates to the area of property law, and summarises the details of the communications and disputes with regards to the purchase of Rose Cottage by Roberta, located in a small village called Little Hampden,...

Tort of Negligence Damage and Injury
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: In order for a claim of tortuous liability in negligence to be actionable, primarily, certain fundamental pre-requisites need to be established in each case respectively....

The Buyer in Possession Exception
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: This assignment questions is mainly concerned with the transfer of property/title by a non-owner, or a person with a defective title, which is fundamentally governed by the Sale of Goods act 1979 under sections 21- 26....

International Sports Law
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: Within sports competition, negligence is the most common cause of people who suffer physical or psychological harm or injury. According to Collins (1984, p 39),...

Intellectual Property Law Problem Question
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: In advising Blondzone it will be established whether Blondzone owns the copyright of the literary, musical and artistic works of the song ‘I Can’t Believe You Sold Your Soul (But That’s The Way Life Goes) and the album cover....

The Creation of Property Rights in Land
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: [Section 53] does not affect the creation or operation of resulting, implied or constructive trusts. This statutory footing gives the ......

The Doctrine of Good Faith Case
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: The doctrine of Good faith owes its origin to the law of equity and can be traced to the Court of Chancery’s decision in the case...