Tag: UK Law

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The Beneficiaries
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: The fact that money has changed form, from money to share, is no obstacle in equitable tracing if it proved that the shares were purchased with the beneficiary’s money....

A trust is an equitable obligation
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: A trust is an equitable obligation, binding a person (who is called a trustee) to deal with property over which he has control (which is called......

Anti Discrimination Law and Equal Pay
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: In seeking to critically discuss “In the context of equal pay, the search for a comparator is often a futile exercise in pursuing the goal ......

Claim for Loss of Profit
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: The summarisation explores many different issues. Firstly whether Paver can claim for his loss of profit will depend on whether he can be ......

Exemption Clause
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: An exemption clause is a contractual term by which one party attempts to cut down either the scope of his contractual duties or regulate the other parties right to damages or other possible remedies for breach of contract....

Doctrine of Parliamentary Sovereignty
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: The doctrine of parliamentary sovereignty of the United Kingdom parliament is presented in a distinctive legal arrangement and is not subject to judicial review by the court....

The History of Employee Relation
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: This paper will discuss the contextual changes which have occurred in UK from 1978 to 2008 and how these changes have shaped the current employment......

Directors and their Responsibilities
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: This paper discusses on whether the new codification of directors duties in the Companies Act 2006 gives a true reflection of the previous commo......

The Citizen and the State
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: Judicial review is one way that an individual can dispute the process of how a decision was made by a public authority. The “courts will not ......

What Are Constitutional Conventions?
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: The constitution of the United Kingdom encompasses many sources, both legal and non-legal. The legal sources govern the entire society and range ......

Introduction of the Equality Act
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: This is a written report of the changes from old law to the introduction of the Equality Act 2010 in terms of how discrimination is treated ......

Transfer of Undertaking Regulations
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: What is TUPE Common law defined a contract of employment as “a personal contract between the employer and employee; when that relationship ......

A Contract Is Void Without Consideration
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: A valuable in the sense of law may consist either in some right, interest, profit or benefit accruing to one party, or some forbearance, detriment, loss or responsibility given, suffered or undertaken by the other’ noted John.B, 1976,Osborn’s-Concise-Law-Dictionary 6th edn., Sweet & Maxwell, London. When both parties had ......

The Law Relating to Exemption
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: As technology has changed and advanced so much over the recent years the law needs to be in a position to cope with these changes. Therefore contract law in the United Kingdom has undergone significant change....

Enquiry into Knife Crime in Britain
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: On June 29th last year, sixteen-year-old Ben Kinsella was celebrating the end of his GSCE with his friends in Shillibeers Brasserie Bar, in London. During their celebrations trouble broke out between Ben’s friend Alfie and a man called Osman Ozdemir....

Bus Stop Negligence Scenario
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: The Bus Stop Problem Queenie, a single parent, lived with her son Brian, who was six years old, and her four month-old baby girl, Jemima. Queenie w......

Examining Wills, Secret Trusts and fraud
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: Wills Act is an anti-fraud device in the way to make sure will of the testator is genuine by complying with different formality requirements ......

Contractual Obligations
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: The aim of damages is to make sure that the claimant doesn’t suffer from the defendants breach of contract, but to put the claimant back into the position...