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Extensive easements: The problematic principle on parking

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The ouster principle is particularly problematic in regard to parking rights which are extensive in nature and therefore serves little purpose within this context. This is argued through analysing the uncertainties when applying the ouster principle in practic... More »

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Autonomy in the Abortion Act 1967: A historical analysis

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Autonomy is the principle that people are capable of deciding matters concerning themselves which are free from external limitations, as society or the law may restrict individuals from being fully autonomous. The scope of this article surrounds autonomy withi... More »

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A British dilemma; To codify or not codify…

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Introduction The UK constitution is the system of rules that shapes the political governance of the country. It is not contained in a single document, but its principles have emerged over centuries from statute, common law, conventions and the royal prerogativ... More »

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The penalty rule: outdated and in need of reform?

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Introduction Before the rule as espoused in Makdessi[1], a penalty clause was classically defined as a secondary obligation that arises (upon breach of a primary obligation) on the part of the party in breach to pay to the other party a sum of money which does... More »