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Nutshell topic guide: The Three Certainties (Equity & Trusts)

4 comments, posted on March 19, 2014

To help you during the revision period, we’ve asked you what your toughest topic is for a number of law subjects – and, like last year, we’re now giving guides to these topics away for free! We’ll be releasing the guides […]

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Osborn Word of the Week: Common Market

1 comment, posted on March 22, 2013

Common Market The creation of the common market is one of the central tasks of the European Community, as prescribed by art.2 of the EC Treaty. The activities to fulfil this task are set down in art.3 EC and include the […]

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Monthly Nutcase: R v Secretary of State for Transport Ex p. Factortame 1990 (EU law)

1 comment, posted on March 14, 2013

This month in our series of monthly bitesize extracts from Nutcases revision guides,  we have an outline of R v Secretary of State for Transport Ex p. Factortame 1990. Key Principle The full effectiveness of EU law would be impaired […]

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Osborn Word of the Week: Corporate Manslaughter

1 comment, posted on March 13, 2013

Corporate Manslaughter Under the common law a company may be guilty of manslaughter by an unlawful act or gross negligence, but only if the company is identified with an individual guilty of the offence. See AG’s Reference No.2 of 1999 However, […]

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Monthly Nutshell: Undue Influence (Contract Law)

No comments, posted on March 4, 2013

This month in our series of monthly bitesize extracts from Nutshells revision guides,  we discuss how the law recognizes Undue Influence. Background Information The narrow scope of the common law doctrine of duress led to the development, in equity, of […]

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