Tag: UK Law

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A Bill of Exchange Is an Unconditional Order in Writing
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: “A bill of exchange is an unconditional order in writing, addressed by one person to another, signed by the person giving it, requiring the person to whom it is addressed to pay on demand or at a fixed or determinable future......

Elective Dictatorship and Judicial Review
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: Topic arising from the title of this essay is present, especially in these days. However, its background can be found in the history of every ......

Whatever Merits Precedent May Possess
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: The focus of this essay is to discuss the certainty in precedent. The standpoint of this essay will be in concurrence with the view of Carleton ......

Constitutional Law of the European Union
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: The Residents Generally And (Ii) The Gardeners Specifically, Rely On On The Directive Either Against Fattenam Or The UK Government?...

UK Constitution: The Advantages
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: Name: Institution: Tutor: Category: Date: Sovereign states all over the world are governed by a constitution, which underpins the laws of the......

Contract Law and Principles
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: Contract Law and Principles. This statement was made by Lord Mansfield in 1766 and was an (unsuccessful) attempt to raise good faith to the level of a general principle, the common law as it subsequently developed rejected his initiative......

Identifying a Valid Offer
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: An offer is an expression of willingness to contract on specific terms, made with the intention that it is to become binding as soon ......

Human Rights and Civil Liberties
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: United Kingdom despite the fact that it lacks a Bill of Rights or any other formal document that guarantee the fundamental rights of an ......

Does Commercial Law Exist?
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: Does Commercial Law Exist? Commercial law in England and Wales is not susceptible to succinct categorisation as a unified body of law such as, for example, criminal law or the law of torts. Goode has commented:...

Doctrine of Consideration
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: Contract Law is a western idea basically born out of the mutual mistrust of the business people...

Law of Defamation and Human Rights
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: The need to protect someone’s reputation is so important that under the English legal system there is a law of defamation. It is in place ......

The Partial Defence of Provocation
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: Up until the 12th November 2009, provocation was a common law partial defence only to murder. It originated from the common law but was given statutory form in The Homicide Act 1957, section 3. If a defendant successfully pleaded provocation,...

Sales of Goods
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: About the middle of the nineteenth century, it was found that English traders engaged in transoceanic commerce quoting prices......

Judgment on the Nature of an Offer
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain v Boots Cash Chemists (Southern) Ltd [1953] 2 WLR427 Case Analysis Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain ......

The Doctrine of Binding Precedent
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: In any community laws are laid down to regulate and guide the actions of its citizens. Failure to adhere to these laws, results in a person ......

The Reliance Interest in Contract Damages
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: The damages doctrine came under particular focus by Fuller and Perdue, (for ease I will hereby refer to just Fuller) whom are believed to have stimulated the twentieth century discussions much further than that which had previously existed,...

Creation of a Trust
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: A trust is an obligation which binds a person (or persons) to deal with property for the benefit of beneficiaries or for a charitable purpose in ......

Promote and Frontier Licences Differ
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: Describe How Promote And Frontier Licences Differ From Standard Offshore Licences On The UKCS And Explain The Rationale For Their Introduction. Complete Your Answer With An Assessment Of Their Success Or Failure...

When Parties form Contracts in Daily Life
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: Introduction: In daily life when parties forms a contract the included terms requires incorporation for the purpose to give them effect ......

Associative Discrimination and Equality Act
12th Aug 2019
Introduction: Associative discrimination is the act of discriminating against an individual because of an association with another person who has a protected ......