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This edition of the seminal 1959 work retains the original analysis of commonsense causal concepts and includes hundreds of new decisions and a substantial preface in which criticisms are met and a rationale propounded for common-sense causal notions as an element in legal responsibility.
This volume of statutes on tort law is the companion volume to the second edition of "Tort Law" by Dias and Markensinis and should be used in conjunction with the main text or other tort law texts.
Kerly's Law of Trade Marks and Trade Names has provided expert guidance on all aspects of UK trade mark law since 1894. Through a mix of insightful commentary and up-to-date analysis of case law and legislation from the UK and Europe, it is the reference for the provision of clear and authoritative advice on trade mark law.
Clarke Hall & Morrison on Children is acknowledged as being the leading work on both the civil jurisdiction of the family courts and the criminal jurisdiction of the youth courts. The work gathers together all the legislation, circulars and guidance notes that relate to every aspect of child law.
A compelling book by Mia Keller Pringle which features a comprehensive examination of the development needs of all children, the ways in which these needs are normally met, and the consequences for the emotional, intellectual, social and physical growth and development of children
The fourth edition of Blackstone's Questions and Answers Family Law shows students how to make the most of their examination and coursework potential in this perennially popular and important subject.
Words and Phrases enable the practitioner to have at all times the precise meaning of a particular word or phrase. Words and Phrases Legally Defined is an anthology of selected judicial and statutory definitions gathered under relevant subject headings in alphabetical order.
Personal Injury and Quantum Reports are full-text law reports covering quantum and liability cases. Drawn from the Court of Appeal, High Court and County Courts, many are unreported elsewhere.
A collection of the best legal instruments in international communication and information. Ploman acknowledges the absence of a generally agreed-upon approach to international law on communication. Accordingly, he has constructed a quite logical framework for anyone now befuddled by the myriad overlapping subject areas in international communication law.
Hudson is the recognised textbook on the interpretation and drafting of building and civil engineering contracts. As well as full coverage of English cases, it includes extensive references to Commonwealth cases and further references to US and some civil law cases.
Administrative Law in Zambia deals with Zambian cases and materials in a way that is user-friendly for both lecturers and students. The book incorporates a historical perspective of the development of administrative law in Zambia from the colonial era to what it is today.
Comprehension of conduct and ethics made simple for legal practitioners in Zambia. This book covers the core ethics of a legal practitioner. obligations of an advocate, disciplining an advocate, and many more.
Understanding Banking Law in Zambia is the first text to explain and analyse banking law in Zambia. The book introduces the reader to, inter alia, bank regulation, central banking, duties of banks, confidentiality, cheques, security for bank loans, financial crimes and money laundering. The Bank of Zambia Act and the Banking and Financial Services Act are included in the book as appendices for ease of reference.
Find the know-how that will help you succeed! Strategies and Techniques for Passing the Zambian Bar Exam: Company Law and Procedure is part of a series that serves as a practical guide for candidate attorneys preparing for their bar examinations.
Contract Law in Zambia covers all the relevant aspects of the law of contract in Zambia, in both statutory and common law. This book was written for law students, legal practitioners, members of the judiciary and corporate professionals.
This volume examines the results of various research projects into the economic and social effects of divorce throughout the world. It covers the definition and allocation of property, income support, legal aspects, societal aspects and features of divorce management.
This book examines a portion of the research on the factors that affect the reliability of eyewitness testimony acquiring information in memory/event factors, witness factors, retaining events in memory, forgetting factors affecting memory distortion & retrieving events from memory
Part of a series, this book is ideal for students working towards an undergraduate degree or graduate diploma. The statutes are listed both alphabetically and by date and most importantly do not include commentary or annotation.
This exceptional collection of nineteen original essays on the philosophical fundamentals of tort law assembles many of the worlds leading commentators on this particularly fascinating conjunction of law and philosophy. The contributions range broadly, from inquiries into how tort law derives from Aristotle, Aquinas, and Kant to the latest rights-based and economic theories of legal responsibility.