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Law Lecture Notes

You can browse our selection of lecture notes for law students using the links below. All of our lecture notes are completely free to use and can be downloaded or printed to help you with your studies.

Provision of Legal Services Lecture

The following other bodies also provide legal advice and help… Citizens’ Advice Bureaux, Law Centres, Claims management companies…

Capacity Law Lecture Notes

A corporation created by Royal Charter has always had the same contractual capacity as an ordinary person but a company incorporated under the Companies Act

Civil Appeals Lecture Notes

Civil Appeals Notes. Appeals from the magistrates’ court in family proceedings lie to the Family Division of the High Court…

The Civil Justice System Lecture Notes

The Civil Justice System. Lord Woolf, Access to Justice (Final Report, July 1996), identified a number of principles which the civil justice…

Criminal Appeals Lecture Notes

Criminal Appeals Lecture Notes. If the defendant pleaded guilty, an appeal lies from the magistrates’ court to the Crown Court against sentence…

Death Lecture Notes

This Act comes into play if either the claimant or the defendant dies before the commencement of proceedings. The Act enables the personal…

Equity Lecture Notes

Historical Introduction. Before 1066 all laws were local and enforced in the manorial, shire and hundred courts. Under the Normans, Royal Courts began…

ECJ Lecture Notes

Court of Justice of the European Communities. The function of the European Court of Justice (ECJ), which sits in Luxembourg…

Intention Law Lecture Notes

The parties must intend the agreement to be legally binding. But how can the court find out what is in the parties’ minds?

Interference With Goods Lecture Notes

Interference with Goods. The action for trespass to goods, trespass de bonis asportatis, affords a remedy where there has been a direct…

Judicial Precedent 1 Lecture

Judicial precedent means the process whereby judges follow previously decided cases where the facts are of sufficient similarity.

Doctrine of Judicial Precedent Lecture

The old view of the judges’ role was that they were merely ‘declaring’ the existing law (the ‘declaratory theory’). Lord Esher stated in Willis v Baddeley…

Law Reform Lecture

Law Reform. eart-breaking delays and ruinous costs were the lot of suitors. Justice was dilatory, expensive, uncertain, and remote.

Liability for Goods Lecture

The purchaser of goods, which turn out to be defective, will sue in contract for breach of the terms implied by the Sale of Goods Act 1979…

Liability for Land and Premises Lecture

The Act applies not only to land and buildings but also to fixed and moveable structures, including any vessel, vehicle or aircraft (s1(3)(a))…

Liability for Statements Lecture Notes

Words may cause a person to act in reliance upon them and suffer loss or damage as a result. The defendant may knowingly or recklessly make a false statement…

Limitation of Actions Lecture Notes

The effects of the limitation periods are procedural rather than substantive in that they bar a remedy and do not extinguish the claim itself.

Main Features of Woolf Lecture

Main Features of Woolf. The Civil Procedure Rules aimed at simplifying procedure with a single set of rules covering the High Court and county court

Parliamentary Legislation Lecture Notes

Parliamentary Legislation. A lecture will be given in class. Useful resources include the following UK Parliament web site pages…

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