Tag: UK Law

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Do celebrities have rights to privacy
17th Jul 2019
Introduction: In Campbell v MGN, Campbell appealed against a decision which dismissed her claim against MGN Ltd for damages. MGN had published stories and photographs of Campbell highlighting her attendance at Narcotics Anonymous...

Non-discrimination Legislation
17th Jul 2019
Introduction: The European Union has actively been involved with non-discrimination legislation since the 1970s when gender equality laws were introduced....

A History of English Land Law and the LRA
17th Jul 2019
Introduction: This essay attempts to demonstrate the wide-ranging implications of the introduction of the LRA 2002, particularly in relation to freehold ownership....

Corporate Insolvency Law in the UK
17th Jul 2019
Introduction: Recently, the environment in which corporate insolvencies are resolved has changed. In the past fifteen years corporate insolvency law in the UK has been radically reshaped mainly by means of the Enterprise Act. As a result corporate......

Duty of Care Essay
17th Jul 2019
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The New Derivative Claim
17th Jul 2019
Introduction: One of the disputable areas in the Companies Act 2006 (‘CA 2006’) is the provisions of derivative claim. A derivative claim is a claim brought by individual shareholders seeking relief...

Legal Treatment of the Family Home
17th Jul 2019
Introduction: Traditionally, the legal treatment of the family home in property disputes has been problematic, despite the English courts developing different methods of using equitable devices to establish beneficial interests....

Advantages of Incorporation
17th Jul 2019
Introduction: This question requires the explanation of the incorporation, limited liability, separate legal entity, other advantages of incorporation and a brief discussion on the preserve manner from partnership....

European Court of Human Rights of Transsexuals
17th Jul 2019
Introduction: For over the past 30 years or so, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) was 'reluctant to recognise any positive duty upon the United Kingdom� towards legal recognition of the new sexual identity of transsexuals....

Melluish v BMI
16th Jul 2019
Introduction: The appellant company provided equipment, such as central heating and crematoria equipment, for local authorities to use in their properties....

Morris v Murray - 1991
16th Jul 2019
Introduction: After drinking alcohol the whole afternoon, the plaintiff and his friend decided to go on a flight in the friend’s light aircraft. The plaintiff drove a......

Monarch Airlines v London Luton Airport
16th Jul 2019
Introduction: The Claimant airline had one of its planes damaged by a loose paving stone, while taxing on the runway of the airport operated by the Defendant....

Pursell v Horn - 1838
16th Jul 2019
Introduction: In this case the defendant threw water on the claimant and got both the claimant and the claimant’s clothes, wet. The claimant started an action for......

Parmiter v Coupland - 1840
16th Jul 2019
Introduction: The claimant was the late mayor of Winchester. A series of libels were published of him in a local newspaper between November 1938 and March 1939......

Notting Hill Housing Trust v Brackley
16th Jul 2019
Introduction: A married couple held a periodic tenancy on a property as joint tenants, which could be terminated with the provision of four months notice....

Poussard v Spiers
16th Jul 2019
Introduction: The Claimant (Poussard) was an opera singer. She was contracted by the defendant to perform in that capacity for a duration of three months....

Norfolk Constabulary v Seekings
16th Jul 2019
Introduction: The defendants, Seekings and Gould, were convicted of attempted burglary of two articulated lorry trailers that were being used......

Massey v Boulden - 2002
16th Jul 2019
Introduction: The case revolved around an open green space close to a public highway between Bilsington and Hythe, known as the Pinn, as well as adjacent land......

Medforth v Blake
16th Jul 2019
Introduction: In 1984 the defendants were appointed as receivers over the pig-farming business of the plaintiff. After the receivership had ended......

Lonrho v Shell Case Summary
16th Jul 2019
Introduction: Shell operated an oil refinery in Southern Rhodesia (SR). Lonrho constructed a pipeline from a port in Mozambique where oil......