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Bundled Set: English Private Law 2nd ed & English Public Law 2nd ed isbn 9780199554508

Bundled Set: English Public Law & English Private Law with 2nd Cumulative Supplement

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Edited by: Peter Birks, David Feldman

ISBN13: 9780199279623
ISBN: 0199279624
New Edition ISBN: 9780199554508
Published: September 2004
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback, 2 Volumes & Supplement
Price: Out of print



Oxford English Law is the essential first point of reference on English law for lawyers in the UK and throughout the world. This pack makes English Private Law and English Public Law available together as a set at a special pack price, and includes the Second Cumulative Updating Supplement to English Private Law.

  • The prestigious Oxford English Law set is now updated with the Second Cumulative Updating Supplement to English Private Law and is available at the special pack price of £299.00
  • Brings together two unique reference works covering the whole of English private and public law
  • Concise, yet lucid and authoritative coverage, which makes it the ideal starting point for reference and research
  • Written and edited by a glittering array of acknowledged experts on English law, offering proven reliability
  • Provides the ideal quick reference and 'insurance policy' for practitioners, i.e. a book to fall back upon when a client raises a tricky point outside your normal area of expertise
  • Also the ideal solution for overseas libraries and practices who want a 'one-stop' resource on English law

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Subjects:
Constitutional and Administrative Law, English Legal System
Contents:
ENGLISH PRIVATE LAW
VOLUME I
Foreward
Preface
Introduction
Table of Cases and Legislation
PART I SOURCES OF LAW
1. Sources of Law
PART II THE LAW OF PERSONS
2. Family
3. Companies and Other Associations
PART III THE LAW OF PROPERTY
4. Property: General Principles
5. Security
6. Intellectual Property
7. Succession
INDEX
VOLUME II
PART IV THE LAW OF OBLIGATIONS
8. Contract: General Rules
9. Agency and Representation
10. Sale of Goods
11. Carriage of Goods by Sea
12. Employment
13. Bailment
14. Tort
15. Unjust Enrichment
PART V LITIGATION
16. Insolvency
17. Private International Law
18. Judicial Remedies
19. Civil Procedure
BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX
SECOND CUMULATIVE SUPPLEMENT
THE SUPPLEMENT FOLLOWS THE SAME STRUCTURE AS THE MAIN WORK, WITH EACH CONTRIBUTOR PROVIDING UPDATES TO THEIR CHAPTER, CAREFULLY REFERENCED TO THE RELEVANT PARAGRAPHS OF THE MAIN WORK
ENGLISH PUBLIC LAW
PART I CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
1. Constitutional Fundamentals
(a) Fundamental Principles
(b) Sources of law and the hierarchy of norms
2. The Law of Parliament
(a) The constitution of Parliament and its role in the appointment of a Government
(b) The powers and privileges of Parliament
(c) The legislative supremacy of Parliament and its limits, including the effect of EC law
3. The Legal Powers of Central Government
(a) The nature and structure of central government
(b) The domestic and international powers of central government
4. The Structure, Powers, and Accountability of Local Government
5. The Powers and Accountability of Agencies and Regulators
6. The Constitutional Position of the Judiciary
PART II STANDARDS OF REVIEW IN HUMAN RIGHTS AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
1. Human Rights in English Law
(a) General Principles and concepts
(b) Relationship between human rights obligations in public international law, in EU law, and under the common law of civil liberties
(c) The scope of the Human Rights Act 1998
2. Rights to Life, Physical and Moral Integrity
3. Rights to Freedom of Lifestyle and Religion or Belief
4. Political Rights
5. Social, Economic, and Cultural Rights
6. Equality and Non-Discrimination
7. Due Process Rights
8. The Grounds for Judicial Review of Administrative and Ministerial Action
(a) Fundamental Principles
(b) Illegality in the strict sense
(c) Due process, including natural justice and fairness
(d) Substantive control over discretion: irrationality, proportionality, legitimate expectations, and equality
PART III REMEDIES IN HUMAN RIGHTS AND ADMINISTRATIVR LAW
1. Access to Mechanisms of Administrative Law
2. Remedies Available in for Judicial Proceedings
3. Remedies for Violations of Convention Rights
4. Tribunals
5. Investigations by the Public Sector Ombudsmen
6. Public Inquiries as a Part of Public Administration
PART IV CRIMINAL LAW
1. Principles of Criminal Procedure
2. General Principles of Criminal Law
3. Offences Against the Person
4. Offences Against Property
5. Offences Against the Sta