Tag: UK Law

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Law of Contracts – (Specific Contracts)
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: Rights of Unpaid Sellers against the Goods Mridula Murali BBA. LLB Introduction: Definition of Unpaid Seller as per Section 45 of the Sale of Goods......

The Basic Idea of Locus Standi
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: The concept of 'locus standi', or 'standing' as it is otherwise known, is particularly relevant to administrative law, although it also has importance in relation to some aspects of European law and also to human rights law....

Prospectus on an International Bond Issue
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: No portion of the work referred to in the research paper has been submitted in support of an application for another degree or qualification ......

Letter of Credit Transaction
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: The letter of credit transaction involves as many as seven stages each of which can pose significant problems if the parties to the underlying ......

Parliamentary Sovereignty and Rule of Law
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: The United Kingdom (UK) constitution, being an unwritten one, relies on its Parliamentary sovereignty and rule of law to retain its authority ......

Juristic Personality of a Corporation
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: This proposed doctoral research intends to focus on the juristic personality of a corporation, looking at it from the nature, what gave rise to legal......

Corporate Insolvency Law
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: The main objective of this research is to look at the changes that took place in insolvency law after the introduction of the Enterprise Act 2002....

Individual Freedom and the Social Contract
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: Social Contract Theory is of importance to all legal scholars because it is a theoretical discourse which attempts to legitimise the coercive and invasive nature of law on naturally free persons...

Principles of Incorporating a Company
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: This paper aims to explore the principles of incorporating a company and the dilemma faced by individuals with businesses. This will typically be ......

Protection of Consumers in Auction Websites
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: This paper will look at the current legal process adopted by the auction websites like eBay for consumer protection. This paper will analyse ......

English Courts and Human Rights Act
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: The brief will discuss the approach of the English courts to the provision of Section 2(1) of the Human Rights Act 1998 requiring that the courts ......

Caveat Emptor Principle and Sales of Goods
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: The Caveat emptor principle, has been followed and adopted by the English law for centuries. The meaning of the principle was laid down by Justin ......

Scottish Criminal and Civil Cases
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: In this essay, the legal maxim 'he who asserts must prove' will be looked at to see to what extent this applies to Scottish criminal......

Introduction to Intellectual Property
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: Intellectual property, very broadly, means the legal rights which result from intellectual activity in the industrial, scientific, literary ......

The Consumer Credit Act
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: The new Act is aimed at extending the scope of the Consumer Credit Act 1974, to create an Ombudsman scheme, and to enhance the powers of the ......

The Doctrine of Precedent
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: On the face of it, the doctrine of precedent is fairly simple. Judges must follow past decisions to ensure certainty (same cases treated ......

Criminal and Civil Liability in English Law
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: 1. Explain the sources of English law. Evaluate to the extent to which you think that legislation is the most important source. In the UK society ......

Remedies Available to Liquidators
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: The brief will investigate the remedies available to liquidators under the Insolvency Act 1986 in the event of a false statement by a director ......

Loss of Right to Reject and Terminate
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: In the field of international sale of goods, a buyer may have the right to reject the goods or the document and terminate the contract under some ......