Tag: UK Law

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Negligence as a Tort
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: Negligence as a tort is a “breach of a legal duty to take care which results in damage undesired by the defendant to the plaintiff....

The Effective Operation of Commerce
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: For The Effective Operation Of Commerce, It Is Important To Be Able To Point To The Exact Time At Which Property In Goods Passes. However, Existing Legal Principles Do Not Always Make It Easy To Make That Determination....

Issues of Causation
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: Issues of causation. Causation deals with the defendant's action, without which the result would be nonexistent. The conduct must be the 'sine qua non'. In Dalloway (1847) the question was whether the accident would have occurred even if....

Money Laundering and Corporate Crimes
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: Money Laundering and Corporate Crimes. The comparison of regulatory regimes for Money Laundering and Corporate Crimes is an interesting one given that, first of all, the former is a crime committed by a natural person and the latter encompasses an umbrella of crimes committable by the corporate entity....

Freehold or Leasehold Estate
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: An easement (e.g.) a right of way. Are rights one has over the land of another. Certain characteristics must be met for a right to be considered an easement....

Constitutional Document
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: After critically analyzing and evaluating above facts we can identify what is the essence of the British constitution. Is it the unwritten nature of the British Constitution? Or whose dominant characteristic is the sovereignty of Parliament......

Defining Intellectual Property Law
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: Critically Analyse The Extent To Which Intellectual Property Law Appropriately Balances The Needs Of Consumers, Creators / Innovators And The Public Interest....

Negligence is the Omission
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: Negligence is the omission to do something which a reasonable man, guided upon those considerations which ordinarily regulate the conduct of human affairs, would do, or doing something which a prudent and reasonable man would not do....

Money Laundering Regulations
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: Money Laundering Regulations. Before discussing the legislative arrangements in the United Kingdom in particular relation to money laundering, it is necessary to outline the wider changes in financial regulation that have occurred since 1997....

Breach of Statutory Duty Cases
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: Breach of Statutory Duties. A motor lorry, being a light locomotive within the meaning of the Locomotives on Highways Act 1896 and a motor car within the meaning of the Motor Cars......

Sky Petroleum v VIP Petroleum - 1974
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: The plaintiffs, Sky Petroleum, entered into a contract with the defendant, VIP Petroleum, and agreed to purchase at a fixed price their entire order......

R v Williams and Davies - 1992
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendants picked up a hitchhiker who was on his way to Glastonbury festival. The defendants then attempted to rob the victim who became......

Legal Mechanisms - The Debt Financing of SMEs
24th Jun 2019
Introduction: There are great rafts of legislation that affect the duties of directors of corporations in areas such as employment, environment, health & safety and tax....

Electronic Signatures Dissertation
24th Jun 2019
Introduction: The Electronic Signature Regulations in the UK are Expect to Provide a Framework Which Will Increase the Use of Electronic Signatures......

Principles of liability and personality
24th Jun 2019
Introduction: This dissertation will discuss the principles of limited liability and corporate personality and the courts’ reluctance to disregard the corporate veil......

Advantages of the Unwritten Constitution
24th Jun 2019
Introduction: Sovereign states all over the world are governed by a constitution, which underpins the laws of the country. Most countries have a written ......

Introduction of the Civil Procedure Rules
24th Jun 2019
Introduction: The main aim of this chapter is to consider how the introduction of the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) has affected dilapidations claims....