Tag: UK Law

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A Doctor is Not Guilty of Negligence
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: “The omission to do something which a reasonable man, guided upon those considerations which ordinarily regulate the conduct of human ......

An Interlocutory Appeal
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: An interlocutory appeal is basically where a judge over rules a trial that the judge had made before the actual trial in which the judge concludes ......

Death Due to a Drugs Overdose
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Death due to a drugs overdose has several preceding conditions but the two rival circumstances would be the supply of drugs by a dealer and the voluntary act of the deceased to consume the drugs, they are both events but for which the person would not be dead....

Euthanasia is a Contentious Area
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Euthanasia is a contentious area and the debate is ceaseless, however it was recently highlighted by the success of Debbie Purdy in the House of Lords which has resulted in the Director of Public Prosecutions...

Human Rights Convention
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Human Rights Convention. The Human Rights Act 1998, came into force in full on 2nd October 2000; guaranteeing the Convention rights of the individual against interference by the state and enabling people in the UK to enforce these rights and liberties in UK courts....

Land Building Law
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Land Building Law. Does Common Law allow the benefit of a covenant to be passed to a purchaser of land ? Can either the burden or benefit of a covenant be passed in equity and, if so, give details of how this might happen....

Significant and Increasing Proportion of Couples
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: The issues that are facing the courts today are the significant and increasing proportion of couples and family members that are co-habitating outside of the traditional framework of a society long ago....

Three Way Mutual Exchange in Tenancy
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: You have been asked to advice these clients about the legal implications involved in mutual exchanges, consider fully the statutory rights and obligations....

Gillick Competence
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Gillick Competence. When referring to the phrase Gillick competence, commentators are normally discussing the ability of a minor to make his or her own choices and have such choices upheld by the law....

English Conflict of Laws in Relation to Issues of Jurisdiction
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Making use of relevant case law (where available) explain and discuss how, and to what extent, the old Brussels Convention and the new Council regulation 44/2001 have affected and altered traditional rules of English Conflict of Laws in relation......

Insurance Law
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: The Law Commission has published various issues papers and consultation papers on insurance law in recent years. Select two issues that the Commission has examined and discuss and compare the different approaches...

Immigration and Asylum Law
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Even where the appellant is unlikely to re-offend, the judicial authorities may be prepared to uphold a deportation on the basis that it may serve as an example and deter others....

Length of a Marriage
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: In the UK, people tend to cohabit more and marry at an older age; cohabitation tends to lead to divorce at the end of the day, so after......

Property Land Seller
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Property Land Seller. Disputes of title for immovable property arise comparatively rarely due to the static nature of land as well as the land title being recorded in documentary form....

Marriages of Convenience
23rd Jul 2019
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Courts and Rational Set of Rules
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Courts are required to apply a rational set of rules in order to determine whether a trust has been validly created or not. So it is almost settled law that an express trust should be consist of the following characteristics...

Corporate Law and Governance
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Limited liability can be seen as being a distinguishing aspect of corporate law. It is the concept where shareholders financial liabilities are limited to the amount they invested into the company and they are not liable for any debts that are incurred by the company...