Tag: UK Law

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Doctrine of Parliament Supremacy
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: It is argued that the doctrine of parliament supremacy practised strictly by adhering to the concept that the parliament does not use its sovereign power instituted by the legislature, in an oppressive and tyrannical way ....

Different Contexts of the Act
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: The first of the doctrines is the doctrine of “the legislative supremacy of Parliament “, it means that under constitutional arrangements Parliament is legislatively supreme....

Judicial Precedent a Practice of Courts
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: In Law, a previous decision, rule or practice which, in the absence of a definite statute, has whatever force and authority a Judge may choose ......

Provocation is a Common Law
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: Provocation is a common law and a partial defence to a charge of murder. Provoked killings have long been thought to be less serious than unprovoked killings....

Legal Principles of Damages for Breach
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: Simon Cuddle entered into three separate contracts with the following companies: Best Builders Ltd (BBL) Ravishing Rooms Ltd (RRL) and Perfect ......

Areas in Which Judges Do Make Law
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: This essay seeks to establish several areas in which judges do make law. Presently, a judge’s role is not to make law but to uphold the laws......

Constitutional Convention of the United Kingdom
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: The constitutional Convention of the United Kingdom and its commonwealth is of course of an un-codified nature and its contents do not belong in one particular source....

Doctrine of Consideration
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: As defined by Sir Frederick Pollock, consideration is an act or forbearance of one party, or the promise thereof, is the price for which the promise...

Majority Rule Shareholders
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: Majority Rule Shareholders. In order to evaluate whether or not, the rights of minority shareholders have been improved by the enactment of the Companies Act 2006, it is essential to analyse the situation of minority shareholders prior its enactment and......

Architect was Functus Officio
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: The plaintiffs were contractors to the defendants under a contract in the JCT Standard Form, 1980 Private edition with Quantities. The date for completion was 28th February 1986 with liquidated damages of £700 per week. The plaintiffs did not complete the works by the completion date but were granted an extension of time on 9th March 1986 until 25th March 1986. On that day the Architect ......

Conflicting Views on Law of Restitution
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: ABSTRACT As per the Lectric Law Librarys Lexicon, Restitution is defined as “An equitable remedy that restores a person to the position they ......

The Legal Nature of Corporate Groups
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: CORPORATE GROUP STRUCTURE The issue in this essay is to critically analyse and evaluate the legal nature of corporate groups and the liability and ......

Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Co
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: Introduction Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company [1892] EWCA Civ 1 is an English contract law decision by the Court of Appeal. It is notable for ......

Consideration in Different Court Cases
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: INTRODUCTION Consideration is general a promise unsupported by consideration is not binding contract. Consideration was define by frederick ......

The Basic Purpose of Contract Law
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: The basic purpose of contract law is to provide a framework within which individuals can freely contract. The contract can legally bind the contracting parties by the creation of laws which are applicable...