Tag: UK Law

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Reynolds Defence
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: In English law the defamation is defined as “publication of a statement which tends to lower a person in the estimation of right thinking members of a society generally or which trends to make them to shun or avoid that person....

A Crime Control Central Justice
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: At the core of the criminal justice system is the delivery of justice for all, by convicting and punishing the guilty and helping them to stop ......

Issues in the Constitutional Reform Bill
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: The position is that once a statute has been validly passed, under the enrolled bill rule, its validity cannot be questioned by the courts...

The Law of Provocation
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: The law of provocation has been accused of being discriminatory against female defendants, forcing them to plead diminished responsibility to secure a manslaughter conviction....

Limited Liability Partnership
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: By virtue of Section 1(2) of the LLP Act 2000, once a Limited Liability Partnership has been incorporated, it becomes a body corporate, with a separate legal personality from its members and it has its own rights and liabilities separate from that of its members...

Disapproval of Exemption Clauses
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: Introduction “A clause may be inserted into a contract which aims to exclude or limit one partys liability for breach of contract or .......

The Limits on Parliamentary Sovereignty
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: Over the years experts have argued for the limits on parliamentary sovereignty to be recognised and that courts should not defend statutes which ......

Do Judges Sometimes Make Law?
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: This essay will argue that there are several areas in which judges actually do make law although; they should not be allowed to do so. To begin ......

Corporate Group Structure
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: There is no compact and universal definition of the company. On the other hand, a company can be described for legal purposes as an independent person having an existence separate from that of the human beings who own, manage and serve....

Armchair Doctrine Interpretation of Wills
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: THE APPLICATION OF THE 'ARM CHAIR DOCTRINE' FOR THE INTERPRETATION OF WILLS This section incorporates what is known as the armchair rule. This ......

The Mere Fact of Agreement
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: The mere fact of agreement alone does not make a contract. Both parties to the contract must provide consideration if they wish to sue on the contract....

Are the UK Copyright Laws of High Standard?
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: An examination of the UK position on ‘originality’ in the law of copyright, to determine if this law is satisfactory and make suggestions for improvement....

Legal Status of Temporary Agency Workers
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: Since the introduction of the Employments Rights Act 1996, the question whether a claimant in an unfair dismissal case is or is not an employee ......

Alcohol Related Crime
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: The notion that alcohol consumption usually results in negative consequences has been ingrained in our collective consciousness from time immemorial....

Feldarol v Hermes - Critical Casenote
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: The second finding of satisfactory rejection of the vehicle offers little discussion and was the obvious route for the court....

Factual Cause of the Defendant's Loss
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: First, there is the issue of whether what the defendant did was the factual cause of the defendant’s loss. Secondly, there is the issue of whether, in certain cases, although the claimant’s loss is the factual result.....

Damages Mental Shock Accident to child
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: King v Phillips CIVIL PROCEDURE: TORTS; Negligence COURT OF APPEAL SINGLETON, DENNING AND HODSON LJJ 23 JANUARY, 16 FEBRUARY 1953 Damages – Menta......

Elements of Duress, Necessity and Provocation
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: What are the elements of Duress, Necessity and Provocation, how are these differentiated in practice? Suggest ways in which the law may be made coherent....

Claims of Misrepresentation in Contracts
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: The remedies available on a successful claim of misrepresentation would be rescission or damages and in this case damages is the likely remedy....

Legal Method and Systems
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: The doctrine of precedent is the cornerstone of the development of the common law...The doctrine of precedent is a mysterious process that is capable of accurate analysis....