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Critical Analysis Of Police Powers Search Arrest Detention

Police Powers: A Critical Analysis of Police Powers on Search, Arrest and Detention ...

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Analyse Psychiatric Harm By Secondary Victims

The way the courts have developed and limited the law in relation to claims for psychiatric harm by secondary victims ...

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Property Law Tenant

In this scenario, Raj has allowed his sister-in-law, Joyce, to live in his property. The question is whether Joyce enjoys the rights of a tenant, or if she is actually a mere licensee. ...

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Employment Law Religious Dress Sickness Complaints

Maria Haines has recently converted to the Muslim faith and has now insisted on wearing the appropriate religious dress which requires Maria to wear clothing revealing only her eyes. ...

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Lifting Of The Veil Of Incorporation

Salomon v Salomon involved the principle of separate corporate personality. This states that as a general rule a limited company's shareholders are not liable for the company's debts beyond the nominal value of their shares. ...

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Legal Rules Contract

>With reference to the legal rules relating to offer and acceptance of a contract, advise the club whether it can claim the joining fee from Mary, Frank and Ali. ...

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Diceystripartite Parliamentary Sovereignty Anachronism

A. V. Dicey's traditional definition of parliamentary sovereignty cast Parliament as the supreme legislative force in the British constitution. ...

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Definition Of Consent For The Purposes Of Sexual Offence

Historically, consent was not defined by the law. The case of R v Olugboja was the only case to provide a real indication on the question of consent. ...

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Parliament Criminal Court

The 2007 criminal case of R Vs Niehus, criticism of a District Court Judge Marie Shaw by State Upper House Member of Parliament Dennis Hood. ...

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European Law Proceedings Taken Against Eu Member States

This paper discusses selected direct effect cases decided since the seminal ECJ Van Gend en Loos decision to highlight persistent direct effect ambiguities and contradictions. ...

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