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Entrapment arises when law enforcement officers or government agents induce or persuade an individual to commit a crime that the person would not have otherwise committed. The basic idea behind entrapment is that the government, rather than the accus...
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Property Ownership in Scotland: A Distinct Legal Landscape
As part of the United Kingdom, one might assume that property transactions in Scotland and England share a unified legal framework. However, these two nations operate under distinct systems of property law, each with its own set of rules and nuances....
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Freehold vs Leasehold
In England and Wales, the decision to purchase in a property extends beyond the physical structure itself to encompass the intricacies of property ownership. Two primary forms of ownership dominate this landscape: freehold and leasehold. Each structu...
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What You Need to Know about Leasehold Reform 2023?
The Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill announced in the King's Speech in November 2023 includes several significant changes to leasehold laws in England and Wales. Here is what you need to know about these changes:Ban on new leasehold houses: Th...
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Lord Chief Justice vs Lord Chancellor
The legal and judicial system of England and Wales is governed by a complex web of roles and responsibilities, each serving a unique and vital function in upholding the rule of law. The Constitutional Reform Act 2005 changed the roles of judges, crea...
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Appeal by Way of Case Stated
In England and Wales, an appeal by way of case stated is a specific legal procedure used to challenge decisions made by lower courts or tribunals on points of law. This procedure is governed by the law and rules set out in the Magistrates' Courts Act...
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Hierarchy of Courts for Appeals (England and Wales)
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UK Privy Council (UKPC)
The Privy Council of the United Kingdom is a venerable institution with a multifaceted role at the heart of the country's constitutional and governmental affairs. Steeped in history, this advisory and regulatory body plays pivotal roles in advising t...
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Impact of Human Rights Act 1998 on UK Courts
The Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA) in the United Kingdom has had a significant impact on the judiciary and the legal system. Its primary effect is to incorporate the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) into UK law, allowing individuals to enforce...
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Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984
The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) is a significant piece of legislation in the UK that governs police powers and procedures in England and Wales concerning the detention, interrogation, and treatment of individuals in police custody, a...
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Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994
The Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 is an important piece of legislation in the UK that made substantial changes to various aspects of criminal law and public order. It introduced a range of measures related to policing, public order, crim...
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Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999
The Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999 (YJCE) is a piece of legislation in the UK that made significant changes to the rules and procedures governing the treatment of young people in the criminal justice system and introduced reforms relate...
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Defences to Defamation under Defamation Act 2013
The Defamation Act 2013 is a piece of legislation that significantly reformed defamation law in England and Wales. It came into force on January 1, 2014, and introduced several important statutory defences to defamation.Serious harm requirement: The ...
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Conspiracy to Defraud
Conspiracy to defraud is a legal term that refers to a criminal offence where two or more individuals conspire or agree to engage in fraudulent activities with the intent to deceive or harm others, typically for financial gain. This offence is both a...
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European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Act 2017
The European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Act 2017, often simply referred to as the Notification Act, is a piece of legislation passed by the UK Parliament in response to the legal judgment in R (Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the Eur...
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