Tag: UK Law

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Attorney-General v Antrobus [1905] 2 Ch 188
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: The case concerned Stonehenge and the public’s right of access to it. The site’s owner had taken steps to protect the monument by enclosing it with......

Adoption | Family Law Study Area | Law Teacher
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: Adoption. An adoption order made by an 'authorised court' (that is, a Family Proceedings Court, a County Court or the High Court) transfers a child from one family to another by vesting parental...

Alexander v North Eastern Railway
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: The plaintiff had been convicted of riding a train from Leeds without having purchased a valid ticket. The penalty was a fine......

Attorney-General v Jonathan Cape Ltd
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: A Cabinet minister kept a diary of Cabinet discussions and events with the intention to once publish the contents in a book....

Airedale NHS Trust v Bland
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: Bland was injured in the Hillsborough disaster when he was seventeen and a half years old and was left in a persistent vegetative state....

A-G Ref (No 1 of 1983)
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendant was a policewoman who was mistakenly paid an extra £74 in her wages by direct debit into her bank account. The employer made no......

Attorney-General’s Reference (No. 1 of 1975)
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendant added alcohol to a motorist’s soft drink without the motorist’s knowledge or consent, despite knowing that the motorist would be driving......

Attorney General v PYA Quarries
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendants operated a quarry and used a blasting technique which emitted large quantities of dust and noise, as well as causing vibrations......

Adam Opel GmbH v Mitras Automotive
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: Mitras was in the business of manufacturing automotive parts and was the sole supplier of a particular part. Adam decided to source the part......

Attorney General v Hartwell
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: L, a British Virgin Islands policeman, abandoned his post and travelled to another island. He went into a bar, where his former partner......

Alfred McAlpine v Panatown - Summary
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: When defects were found, Panatown sought damages against AMC for the delay and the defects (having already received a damages under the duty of......

Antonio v Antonio - 2010
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: The parties used to be married and were also involved in business together. Mrs Antonio owned a lucrative business. While still married......

Alderslade v Hendon Laundry Ltd
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: The claimant sent certain items to the defendant’s laundry so that they may be washed. Of those, ten large handkerchiefs were lost....

Albert v MIB Case Summary
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: Q regularly gave his co-workers lifts to and from work in his car over a period of more than eight years, and received payments for this...

Anderson Ltd v Daniel - 1924 1 KB 138
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: Under s.1(1) Fertilisers and Feeding Stuffs Act 1906 any seller of artificial fertilizer had to provide the buyer with an invoice stating the......

Archbolds Freightage v Spanglett
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: The plaintiffs, Archbolds, were carriers who subcontracted with the defendants, Spanglett, to take a quantity of whisky from Leeds to London....

Adams v Rhymney Valley District Council
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: The Court held that the defendant had exercised reasonable skill and care, and produced a design which other professionals had also produced and used....

Andrews Brothers v Singer - 1934
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: The claimants and defendants entered into an agreement which stipulated that the claimants would be sole dealers of the claimant’s cars......

A-G v Whelan
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: Mr Whelan was convicted of handling stolen goods. It was found that he had acted under a threat of death or immediate violence....

The Alaskan Trader (No.2)
18th Jun 2019
Introduction: The owners of a vessel chartered for a two-year time charter with the defendant. One year into this, the vessel incurred a serious engine issue which......