A2 Law for AQA
'A2 Law for AQA' follows the same format as the AS book but in the depth required for A2. It is tailored to the specification and covers all the AQA options for A2. It builds on what students learnt at AS to ensure they reach the levels expected of them in their A2 exams.
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Criminal law fatal and nonfatal offences against the person
Nonfatal offences against the person
Law of tort
Strict and vicarious liability
Discharge of contract
Criminal law offences against property
Deception offences and making off without payment
Enforcement sanctions and remedies
Law and justice
Exam questions 193
25 marks actual bodily harm actus reus allowed Article behaviour breach caused citizens civil claim claimant committed common law Consumer Contracts Regulations Consumer Protection Act contract law Convention on Human convicted court decided court felt crime criminal damage criminal law defendant Descriptions Act 1968 Donoghue v Stevenson drugs duress duty duty of care employee enforce European Convention exclusion clauses fault freedom grievous bodily harm Group activity House of Lords Human Rights Act important individuals injury intention interests intoxication involved issues judges jury justice legal system manslaughter mens rea misrepresentation murder need to know nuisance offence Parliament person police Potential content produced prosecution Public Order Act Quick revision questions reasonable recklessness restrictions Rights Act 1998 rules Rylands v Fletcher Section sentence society statutory strict liability Terms in Consumer Theft Act 1968 tort Trade Descriptions Act trading standards trespasser Unfair Terms unlawful victim