Tag: UK Law

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The Law of Negligence to Deal
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: With The Aid Of Case Law, Discuss And Apply The Law Of Negligence To Deal With Miss Fortune’s Claim For Compensation For Her Injuries....

Liability in Negligence
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: Liability in Negligence. Then Ruth's father died she cleared his personal possessions from his house. She found a painting in the attic, which she took along to the BBC's Antiques Road Show when it visited her town....

Negligence & Injury Compensation
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: Negligence & Injury Compensation. An action in negligence, derived from the law of tort, is compromised of five constituent parts. It is necessary to establish a case for each element before a conclusion can be drawn as to primary......

The Principle of Autonomy
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: The principle of autonomy is that autonomy allows consenting homosexual to be in a relationship....

Legal Action on Behalf of Tom
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: Tom was knocked down by Jim and subsequently has died later. Hence, Tania (Tom’s wife) (or his Estate) may bring a legal action on behalf of Tom against Jim under the tort of negligence....

Mortgage Is ‘Security for a Loan’
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: In the event of the mortgagor’s default, mortgagee has rights to protect and enforce his/her security. The mortgagee has five remedies against......

Legal Aspects of Product Design
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: Industrial Designs Act 2001 Lecturer : Joanna Joyce I declare that this work is entirely my own and has not been submitted for any other purpose....

The Range of Public Sex Environments
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: In order to critically evaluate the law pertaining to the range of public sex environments we must first understand it and examine it closely....

A Constitution is a Set of Fundamental Principles
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: onstitutions are codes of rules which aspire to regulate the allocation of functions, powers and duties amongst the various agencies and officers of the government and to define the relationships......

Dissertation Pre Bosman and Beyond
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: The European Court of Justice’s (ECJ) decision in Union Royale Belge des Societes de Football Association...

The Debate of Judiciary
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: Constitutionally, the United Kingdom has an unwritten and uncodified constitution, dissimilar to that of France or the United States. Historically......

Purchaser Register Property
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: Purchaser Register Property - Overriding interests are a major hazard for any purchaser of a registered title......

As the Sovereignty of Parliament
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: Content 1 Introduction 1 The doctrine of precedent 1 Parliament Sovereignty according to the Diceyan theory 2 The positive and negative points......

Merits of Intelligence Policing
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: Discuss the merits of intelligence policing, including its effect on the role of intelligence practitioners....

Valid Trust by Nominating Tilly
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: At issue is whether Alice has created a valid trust by nominating Tilly and Tessa as trustees, and her son Billy as a sole beneficiary of her house, Greenacre....

Part A – Case Note
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: CITATION Miller v. Jackson [1977] 1 QB 966 Court of Appeal – three Lords Justice, Lord Justice Denning as Master of the Rolls (M.R.), Lord Justic...

Principle of Negotiability of Negotiable Instruments
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: Is the principle of negotiability of negotiable instruments still relevant to modern international trade finance law, or has been displaced by the electronic revolution and/ or the dematerialisation of negotiable instruments....

Telford's Gifts
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: In order for Telford’s gifts to be valid it is first important to mention that the creation of a trust will depend on whether Telford has the right to hold and dispose of a legal/equitable interest in property....

A Problem Question in Property Law
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: Where two or more beneficiaries have a right to occupy, trustees may exclude or restrict the entitlement as long as they act reasonably in doing so....

The Law of Equity
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: The law of equity began in the court of chancery which was set up because a fair and just remedy could not be given through common law as monetary compensation was not suitable and sometimes a well deserving plaintiff was denied...

The Kerrie Wooltorton Inquest
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: Kerrie Wooltorton died on the 19th September 2007, from ethylene glycol toxicity. She was admitted to hospital where it was discovered she had swallowed 350 millilitres of antifreeze....

A Committee System
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: A committee system mainly made up with a small number of parliamentary members appointed to deal with particular areas or issues originating in the parliamentary democracy. Select committees exist in the British Parliament......

Tort Law Negligence Problem Question
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendant must owe a duty of care in relation to the general class within which the plaintiff and the type of damage that has arisen...

Law of Restitution
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: There is no doubt that the purpose of the law of restitution is to prevent unjust enrichment....