Law for Legal Executives: Professional Diploma in Law, Level 3 Year 1

Paperback | August 26, 2004

byTimothy Blakemore, Brendan Greene

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This is the first of two volumes for students preparing for the Professional Diploma in Law examination, covering the syllabus for Year One. It is clearly written, with each subject broken down into manageable sections with diagrams, where appropriate, to illustrate complex matters. Itcontains sample questions which follow the Institute's examination style, together with guidance on how they should be tackled in an exam situation. The authors have included a degree of social context, engaging the reader by referring to cases not found in other texts of this level, especially inthe coverage of topics such as delegated legislation and law reform.

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This is the first of two volumes for students preparing for the Professional Diploma in Law examination, covering the syllabus for Year One. It is clearly written, with each subject broken down into manageable sections with diagrams, where appropriate, to illustrate complex matters. Itcontains sample questions which follow the Institut...

Blakemore |f Timothy |i T. |s au | a senior lecturer, University College Northampton Green |f Brendan |i B. |s au | a senior lecturer, University College Northampton
Format:PaperbackDimensions:512 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 0.68 inPublished:August 26, 2004Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:019926838X

ISBN - 13:9780199268382

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Table of Contents

1. ENGLISH LEGAL SYSTEMSources of English LawStatutory InterpretationDelegated LegislationPrecedentLaw ReformsClassification of LawEuropean Community LawLegal PersonalityThe Redress of Grievances2. THE LAW RELATING TO LANDNature and Classification of PropertyIntroductory PrinciplesEstates in LandRegistered and Unregistered LandCo-ownership of LandLegal and Equitable InterestsQuestions3. CRIMINAL LAWIntroductionPrinciples of LiabilityParticipation in CrimeInchoate OffencesGeneral DefencesHomicideOffences Under the Theft Act 1968 and 1978Criminal Damage4. LAW OF TORTIntroductionSpecific TortsNegligenceNegligence - Other FactorsOccupiers LiabilityNuisanceVicarious LiabilityLimitations of ActionsRemedies