AS Level Law

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Psychology Press, 2003 - Law - 344 pages
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AS Law covers the content of AS Law for AQA and OCR students in a reader-friendly, accessible style. The text breaks down the topics into manageable parts, with clear headings and subheadings, and includes examination hints and tips. The book will be fully supported by extension materials, available via a companion website. of the main topics associated with studies of the English Legal System and as such will be useful for law students on a range of sixth-form and further education programmes and courses. It also provides a useful introduction to the subject for those wishing to study law at undergraduate level who have not chosen AS Law.
 

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Contents

Parliament legislation and the British constitution
1
European legislation International legislation
5
Mason 1905 269
27
Delegated legislation
29
Statutory interpretation
41
Southampton Health Authority 1986 8992
43
Customs Excise Commissioners v Samex 1983 93
44
Industrial Tank Specialities 1985 254
57
The Queen v Saskatchewan Wheat Pool 1983 73
180
The legal profession
185
H West Son v Shephard 1964 295
201
Access to justice
207
Introduction to criminal liability
221
Harrow London Borough Council v Shah 1999
233
Blaue 1975 236237
236
Stevenson 1932 61 250 251 253 257 274
239

The doctrine of judicial precedent
61
Johnson 1979 67
67
Wagon Mound No 1 1961 73269270273
73
Richards 1998 262265
74
European Community law
79
Sabena 1975
87
SouthWest Water Services 1995
90
The courts structure and civil
97
Alternatives to courts
123
Judges
139
Designers Guild Ltd v Russell Williams 2003 217
156
Lay persons in the English legal system
159
News Group Newspapers Ltd 2001 75162170173
162
Introduction to tort liability
247
Button London Borough Council 2000 253 258 270 273
253
AEC Ltd 1953 260
260
Northumberland County Council 1995 261
261
Glenhaven Funeral Services Ltd 2002 268
262
Chelsea Kensington Hospital
263
Sanctions and remedies
275
Geest plc v Lansiquot 2002
294
First County Trust Ltd 2001 23 219
295
Experiencing the law
301
Glossary
313
Bibliography
329
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Andrew Mitchell, LLB, PGCE, started his career as a Lecturer in Law and Business at De Montfort University (Lincoln) and now teaches AS and A2 Law at Kingsbury High School.

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