Tag: UK Law

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Young Offenders in the UK
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: During this essay I will look at the crime policy focusing on what is available for young offenders which is between the ages of 10 - 17, using the communitarianism theory to see if their work has made any changes to the way the crime policy operates....

Horizontal Effect of Human Rights Act
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: The Human Rights Act 1998 (hereinafter H.R.A) received the Royal Asset and became law on 9 November 1998, the main provisions came into force ......

Uk's Constitutional Arrangements
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: In light of the statement above, the arguments for and against codifying the UK's constitution will be set out in the following essay and especially considering the arguments with regards to codification and the impact of it on the Rule of Law, Parliamentary Sovereignty, Judicial Review and the Human Rights of UK citizens....

Explain the Margin of Appreciation Doctrine
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: Introduction The national authorities of Contracting States to the European Convention of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (1950) (‘ECHR’)......

Burglary and Robbery Criminal Liability
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: To discuss whether Diane and Viv have any criminal liability to each other we have to know first what is burglary and robbery is. By s9 Theft Act l968:- A person is guilty of burglary...

Law Cases and Questions
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: Mandy, a university student, made bad investment and consequently suffered a loss....

Draft Construction Contracts
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: Under English Law parties are free to draft construction contracts in whatever way they wish, and there are no controls over the terms to be included in them...

Equity Dates Back to the Works of Aristotle
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: A brief historical account of the development of equity is necessary to understand how it came to be so integrated in today’s legal system......

Principle of the Separation of Powers
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: The separation of powers is a constitutional principle introduced to ensure that the three major institutions of the state namely; the ......

Postal Rule of Acceptance
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: Abstract This paper examines the creation, development and application of postal rule of acceptance. Postal rules are exceptions of offer ......

Occupiers Liability Acts 1957 and 1984
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: Occupier’s liability is a field of tort law which deals with liability that may arise from accidents caused by the defective or dangerous ......

The Impact Behind Restrictive Covenents
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: Restrictive covenants can have both an impact on employees and employers. They are inserted to employee’s contract and come in effect as soon ......

Football Club Administration
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: Football Club Administration. The object of this dissertation is to examine whether, in relation to football clubs, administration is working effectively as a process which fosters corporate rescue. The examination of this will allow discussion and analysis of the current......

Crime Comprises of Two Elements
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: Corporate legal persons (companies and limited liability partnerships – LLPs) can be held responsible for unlawful omissions. A firm may be ......

What is Nervous Shock?
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: The law on the recovery of compensation for pure psychiatric harm is a patchwork quilt of distinctions which are difficult to justify, Lord Steyn, Frost v Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police [1999] 2 AC 455 at 500....

Contract Breach Claim
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: Contract Breach Claim. This question relates to 3 contracts. The first contract is between Douglas and Jill...

The UK Should Have a Written Constitution
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: At present in Britain we have no written constitution, but instead a collection of laws and customs which govern our political system. Along with ......

Britain and America's Constitution in Comparison
7th Aug 2019
Introduction: In this essay I will be discussing Britain’s constitution and will look at America’s constitution briefly in comparison. Then I will be discussing whether Britain needs a codified constitution like America or whether Britain runs well as it is....