The Property Law on Adverse Possession is a statutory law that governs the rights and conditions under which a person can claim the property right of land owned by another person. It also dictates the limitations imposed on the legal owner of the land.
Marijuana is the third biggest recreational drug used in the United States, after alcohol and tobacco. Many people believe it is unethical to smoke or possess the drug. This essay is a discussion about the different aspects surrounding legalising Marijuana.
The Francovich Principle of the State liability under the European Law states that people can claim compensation if members of the EU law fail to fulfill their obligations
The author discusses the key elements that determine the validity and enforceability of a contract for business in the UK, with case examples to aid better understanding. Negligence of business and the consequent legalities is also dealt with in this essay.
The article explores the legislative laws regarding independent nurse prescribing in the UK and how instrumental they can be in regulating disease progression among patients.
To illustrate the applicability of IPRs in the real environment, this paper reviews two main scenarios. The first scenario relates to the provision of advice to a music band, ‘YOU TUBERS’, the second scenario relates to the application of copyright in protecting musical work.
The paper is a case study that establishes the differences between legal and equitable law in relation to land law.
The essay examines the role of legal professionals in the English legal system.
This essay explores contractual devices for Investor-State Contracts.
The essay discusses that prison sentences are the best type of punishment for serious crimes, but not for petty crimes.
The essay examines the roles of the legal professions in the English legal system.