Tag: UK Law

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Equitable Rememedies in Law of Contract
16th Aug 2019
Introduction: ‘The whole purpose of equitable remedies is that they should operate where an award of damages is an inadequate remedy and justice is not served.’...

Effect of UK Written Constitution
16th Aug 2019
Introduction: The UK constitution is comprised of unwritten conventions and rules, though the Bill of Rights 1689 has provided the basis for the legislative power......

Doctrine of Equivalence in UK Law
16th Aug 2019
Introduction: The recent case law from the House of Lords shows clearly that UK law and the European Patent Convention in practice (despite the theoretical ......

Case Commentary on Central London Property
16th Aug 2019
Introduction: Lord Denning’s judgment in Central London Property v High Trees is a case which played a significant role in establishing the doctrine of ......

Cases Involving Part Payment of Debt
16th Aug 2019
Introduction: Do you think that the decision in Williams v Roffey Bros. [1990] 2 WLR 1153 should be extended to cover cases involving part payment ......

Traditional Rules of Consideration
16th Aug 2019
Introduction: Consideration can be defined as something of value given by both parties to a contract that induces them to enter into the agreement to exchange mutual performances which is enforceable by law....

The Principle of Williams v Roffey
16th Aug 2019
Introduction: In this essay it will be discussed whether the principle in Williams v Roffey [1990] 2 WLR 1153 should be extend to cover the situation ......

Voluntary Euthanasia
16th Aug 2019
Introduction: Voluntary Euthanasia Law Essay. The subject of death does not seem to be openly discussed in society. Thus, it's no wonder that the issues relating to euthanasia and withdrawal of life sustaining treatment are always treated with such caution....

The Law on Voluntary Active Euthanasia
16th Aug 2019
Introduction: It is clear that the law prohibits active euthanasia and Physician Assisted Suicide, but it seems to allow passive euthanasia....

Differences Between Murder and Manslaughter Charges
16th Aug 2019
Introduction: Defendants suffering from diminished responsibility should not be convicted for murder, as the person could significantly misjudge his mental state for his acts or omission by doing or by being part of the act such in R v Byrne [1960] case. ...

The Mens Rea of a Crime
16th Aug 2019
Introduction: The Mens Rea of a crime refers to the mental element or the state of mind the defendant possesses in order to be liable for an offence. Mens Rea ......

Why Was The Supreme Court Created
16th Aug 2019
Introduction: In June 2003, the UK government publicised its intention to replace the House of Lords, as a highest court in the UK with a Supreme Court. “The ......

Civil Court Structure of Scotland
16th Aug 2019
Introduction: The Scottish legal system is divided into two distinct parts, the civil justice system and the Scottish criminal justice system, both of which ......

Nature of Contractual Offer and Acceptance
16th Aug 2019
Introduction: Nature of Contractual Offer and Acceptance Henry Amponsem 09000801 Access to Law Bexley College Nov 29, 2010 F112 Partridge v Crittenden (1968) ......

Rules of Proposal and Acceptance
16th Aug 2019
Introduction: Introduction This issue involves the rules of proposal and acceptance in the law of contract. In order that, the courts may decide whether ......