Tag: UK Law

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Family Law and Neglect
18th Jul 2019
Introduction: Family Law and Neglect. Law governing domestic relations always treads a very careful line between protecting the rights of privacy of people living in a liberal state and the need to protect and regulate certain relationships that are open to extreme abuse....

A Medical Negligence Problem Question
18th Jul 2019
Introduction: It may be that the hospital has been negligent in administering treatment to Bea. The doctors owe a high duty of care to the patient....

Separate Legal Personality of the Company
18th Jul 2019
Introduction: CHAPTER 2 The ‘Salomon’ Principle Incorporation by registration was introduced in 1844 and the doctrine of Limited liability followed ......

Alteration of Memorandum of Association
18th Jul 2019
Introduction: INTRODUCTION One of the first steps in the formation of a company is to prepare a document called the memorandum of association (hereinafter ......

The Articles of Association
18th Jul 2019
Introduction: What are the articles of Association? The Articles of Association can be seen as a rule book within a company. This is in a document form and ......

Easements and Profits
18th Jul 2019
Introduction: The law of prescriptive acquisition may be criticized, both as a matter of principle and on grounds of complexity. Is it really necessary to hav...

Abandoned Property and the Rights of Finders
18th Jul 2019
Introduction: Introduction It is often recognised that “questions concerning the ownership of lost property are among the most difficult and contested in all......

Family Proceedings Rule
18th Jul 2019
Introduction: In divorce proceedings the courts have a range of financial orders open to them to grant to spouses under the MCA 1973....

UK Law on Money Laundering
18th Jul 2019
Introduction: The JMLSG classify money laundering as the procedure whereby criminals try to hide and disguise the correct source and ownership of the proceeds ......

Company Directors in the UK and Australia
18th Jul 2019
Introduction: ‘There are no qualifications for being a company director. Even directors of listed companies do not have to take any examinations ......

Civil Partnership Act
18th Jul 2019
Introduction: Hoskyn v Metropolitan Police Commissioner was the first significant step towards the PACE. This case concerned a marriage two days before the trial...

The Image of a Woman Judge
18th Jul 2019
Introduction: On the issue of whether we should want more women judges I agree with Baroness Hale’s opinion, presented in her paper: ‘Equality and the Judiciary: Why Should We Want More Women Judges?...

The Beneficial Principle of Proprietary Estoppel
18th Jul 2019
Introduction: The Primary Significance Of Thorner V. Major Lies In The House Of Lords’ Affirmation Of “The Beneficial Principle Of Proprietary Estoppel” And The Confirmation That The Principle Has Not Been Emasculated By The Decision In Yeoman’s Row V. Cobbe....

Medical Law
18th Jul 2019
Introduction: Medical Law Essays. When referring to the judgement in Airedale NHS Trust v. Bland, Lord Scarman warned that statute law in cases involving end of life decisions could lead to inflexibility, rigidity and obsolescence....

Limited Liability and Salomon v Salomon
18th Jul 2019
Introduction: The seed was sown by the Limited Liability Act 1855; Limited Liability did not become part of the law relating to the companies incorporated ......

Resolution of a Director
18th Jul 2019
Introduction: Company Law In many ways a company is similar to a sole trader or partnership, except that it exists as a separate legal entity from the owners ......