Author(s): P.K. Majumdar, R.D. SaxenaPublisher: Orient Publishing CompanyEdition: 6 Ed Rp 2021ISBN 10 8181797986ISBN 13 9788187197980Approx. Pages 956 + ContentsFormat Hardbound Contents The Notaries Act, 19521. Short title, extent and commencement2. Definitions3. Power to appoint notaries4. Registers5. Entry of names in the Register and issue or renewal of certificates of practice6. Annual publication of lists of notaries7. Seal of notaries8. […]

Contributors: Roger Rose Publication date: 30 November 2017 ISBN: 978-1-84929-169-9 Pages: 204   Commonwealth Legislative Drafting Manual Contents 1. What is Legislation and why is it Drafted the Way it is?1.1 What is legislation?1.2 How is legislation created?1.3 Why is legislation drafted in the way it is?Note 2. The Role of Legislative Counsel2.1 Analysis and understanding of what the policy-makers […]

The great advocate is like the great actor: he fills the stage for his span of life, succeeds, gains our applause, makes his last bow, and the curtain falls. Nothing is so elusive as the art of acting, unless indeed it be the sister art of advocacy. You cannot say that the methods of Garrick, Kean or Irving, Erskine, Hawkins or Russell, were the right methods or the only methods, or even that they were the best methods of practising their several arts; you can only say that they succeeded in their day, and that their contemporaries acclaimed them as masters.

“Providing unrivalled coverage of the full range of judicial remedies available to litigants in public law cases, from judicial review to those which are less common, such as habeas corpus, Judicial Remedies in Public Law: Covers the practice and procedure of relevant remedies; Gives you practical advice from start to finish, guiding you through the options at each stage; Consists of detailed guidance on the law, incorporating all major developments, including principles of important case law, as well as legislative developments, demonstrating how these impact on your work; Gives advice on damages available under tort law, contract law, restitution and statutory compensation; Provides thorough and comprehensive legal analysis with an accessible approach Includes description and analysis of remedies available under EU law, enabling you to build a stronger case; Deals with the impact of the Human Rights Act 1998, ensuring that you are working from the most up-to-date reference source; Comes endowed with authoritative commentary which can be relied upon for accuracy and acumen.”–Publisher’s website

Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780 Sir William Blackstone’s Commentaries on the Laws of England was first published in 1765-1769 Introduction Section the First : On the Study of LawSection the Second : Of the Nature of Laws in GeneralSection the Third : Of the Laws of EnglandSection the Fourth : Of the Countries Subject to the Laws of England Book the […]

The law is justice—simple and clear, precise and bounded. Every eye can see it, and every mind can grasp it; for justice is measurable, immutable, and unchangeable. Justice is neither more than this nor less than this.

It is my intention to do so; and since you urge me to these discussions, I will endeavour to bring our argument to a conclusion, and if possible, in the course of the day. For I find my predecessor Plato did the same, and got through each legal disquisition in a summer day’s conference. I will, therefore, try to imitate him, and will next speak of magisterial laws; for after those of religion, the state hath nothing more important-Pergam equidem, et quoniam libitum est vobis me ad haec inpellere, hodierno sermone conficiam, spero, hoc praesertim die; video enim Platonem idem fecisse, omnemque orationem eius de legibus peroratam esse uno aestivo die. Sic igitur faciam, et dicam de magistratibus. Id enim est profecto quod constituta religione rem publieam contineat maxime.

Why have Republicans blasted “activist judges,” and why do they support attempts at “reforming” the judiciary – even as it risks public criticisms of interjecting partisanship and politicization? On the other side of the spectrum, why have Democrats decried Republicans’ tactics, choosing to focus instead on ostensibly nonpartisan characteristics such as pedigree and experience? Our answer to these questions is a new framework for thinking about our nation’s courts – the judicial tug of war. The judicial tug of war not only explains current political clashes over America’s courts– such as the fight over Scalia’s seat – but also explains the balance of power between party leaders and the nation’s lawyers.

Updated Law of Australia-2020 Preface Table of Cases Table of Statutes Part I – The Nature of Equity The Nature of Equity The Origin of the Equity Jurisdiction The Relationship between Common Law and Equity Part II – Equitable Principles Equitable Proprietary Interests Characterisation of Equitable Proprietary Interests Equitable Priority Rules Equitable Assignments Fiduciary Obligations The Protection of Confidential Information Fraud […]

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