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This title remains the definitive work on British nationality law and complements such reputable titles as Macdonald's Immigration Law and Practice and Butterworths Immigration Law Service. Written by the recognised world authority on the subject, it will be a valuable addition to your library.
Part I: Traces the development of British Nationality Law from its inception to the present day - from common law British subjects to the concept of citizenship. Recognising that advice upon nationality often presents formidable problems, the author illustrates how status may be determined by the use of clear and helpful flowcharts showing the fundamental features of the law since the first legislation in 1350. The final chapters are devoted to practice, procedure, evidence and appeals. Full account is taken of recent developments in both case law and legislation.
Part II: Deals with states and territories that at any time have had a role to play in the application of British nationality law. Each entry includes a statement of their present status and a commentary on applicable nationality considerations.
Part III: Looks at EC and international law relating to British nationality and takes full account of the new draft European Convention on Nationality Law.
Appendices: Statutes. General statutory instruments. Passports and travel documents. Statistics."