Tag: UK Law

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Medical Law and Duty of Care
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Each High Court division has two courts: an Ordinary Court and an Appellate Court. In the ordinary courts only one judge hears a case whereas the appellate courts ......

Family and Welfare Law
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: It is hard to see why adults should not be free to contract at the point of marriage for the financial consequences of any divorce, subject to inbuilt fairness tests....

International Financial Crime
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: The Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) is a piece of information which alerts the relevant authorities of any suspicious customer activity ....

An Agency Perspective of UK Company Law
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: The UK model of the corporation is essentially an agency between the shareholders (principals) and the executives (agents). Correspondently, the ......

Type of Business Structure
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: First of all, there are four types of business structures to be considered when starting a T-shirts manufacture business including ......

Employers and Business Interests
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Employers are often concerned to protect their business interests when an employee leaves to work for a competitor. ‘The law will protect the employer if necessary by implication of a term of fidelity in the contract of employment...

Doctrine of Parliamentary Sovereignty in UK
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: The doctrine of Parliamentary Sovereignty is a principle of the UK constitution and has been for some 300 years. The doctrine effectively means ......

Indemnity In IP Contracts
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: This article throws light into Intellectual Property indemnification which is currently receiving global attention due to its widening practice ......

Institutions For Money Management
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Money needs brain and expertise to manage, it cannot manage itself. Individuals cannot raise huge funds nor can they store huge funds in their ......

Statutory Definition of Promoter
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Promoter No statutory definition of promoter is given in English company law; however definition is given in case law. “The term ......

Goals of Arbitration
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: The Goals Of Arbitration As A Means Of Dispute Resolution And Application Of Public Policy...

Civil Justice System Provides a Platform
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Civil justice system provides a platform for litigation between two private parties or organisations to be resource. Litigation arises following disputed in contracts, marriage, divorce, custody, probate, real estate or torts....

Psysical Injury
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: It is well established that physical injury can give rise to a claim in tort, but what about psychiatric injury? The courts found it difficult to accept that psychiatric injury could constitute a head damage for which the tort of negligence...

Case Law in England and Wales
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: The case law in England and Wales on the nature and degree of harm for which the consent of “the victim” provides a defence to charges under the Offences Against the Person Act 1861,...

Duty to Avoid a Conflict of Interests
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: The issues are whether Sealy has breached the duty to avoid a conflict of interests and the duty not to accept benefits from a third party ......

Structure of the Human Rights Act
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: The Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA) is an outstanding piece of legislation in the last decade and therefore needs no further introduction. It always ......

International Banking Law and Sebb Co
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Commitment Letter: A Commitment letter, Letter of Intent, Heads of Terms or Memoranda of Understanding are terms often used interchangeably ......

Different Types of Business Agreement
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: A contract is defined as an agreement which legally binds the parties (BPP Professional Education, 2004). However there are many types of contract between two businesses such as unilateral, bilateral, specialty, simple and standard form contract (Doti Chee, 2009)....