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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Company Directors: Duties, Liabilities and Remedies

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The Law of Passing-Off: Unfair Competition by Misrepresentation 4th ed isbn 9780414042322

The Law of Passing-Off: Unfair Competition by Misrepresentation 3rd ed: 1st Supplement

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ISBN13: 9780421919600
ISBN: 0421919604
New Edition ISBN: 9780414042322
Published: November 2005
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

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Intellectual Property Law, Supplements
PART 1: Constitution and organization of Parliament;
Chapter 1: The constituent parts of Parliament (excluding Payment of Members)
Chapter 2: Elections
Chapter 3: Disqualification for membership of either House
Chapter 4: Members and Officers of Parliament (including Payment of Members)
Chapter 5: Rules governing the conduct of Members of both Houses and the disclosure of financial interests
Chapter 6: Administration of Parliament and the parliamentary estate
Chapter 7: Parliamentary papers and publications
Chapter 8: A new Parliament and opening and closing of session
Chapter 9: Formal communications between Crown and Parliament and between Lords and Commons
Chapter 10: Parliament and international assemblies

PART 2: Powers and privileges of Parliament;
Chapter 11: Powers and jurisdiction of Parliament (to include; summoning of witnesses and Chapter 9 (Penal jurisdiction of both Houses)
Chapter 12: The privilege of Parliament
Chapter 13: Privilege of freedom of speech
Chapter 14: Privilege of freedom from arrest
Chapter 15: Contempts
Chapter 16: Complaints of breach of privilege or contempt
Chapter 17: The courts and parliamentary privilege

PART 3: Conduct of business;
Chapter 18: A sitting: general arrangements in the House of Commons
Chapter 19: The control and distribution of time in the House of Commons
Chapter 20: Outline of business of the House of Commons
Chapter 21: The process of debate in the House of Commons by motion, questions and decision
Chapter 22: Maintenance of order during debate in the House of Commons
Chapter 23: Methods of curtailing debate
Chapter 24: Public petitions
Chapter 25: Organization and conduct of business in the House of Lords
PART 4: Public legislation;
Chapter 26 : Characteristics of a public bill (including Pre-legislative scrutiny)
Chapter 27: Proceedings in the House of Commons (including Committee of the whole House)
Chapter 28: Proceedings in the House of Lords
Chapter 29: Other matters relating to public bills (including ping-pong and Parliament Acts)[to be retitled]
Chapter 31: Delegated legislation
Chapter 32: Parliamentary oversight of European Union matters
PART 5: Financial procedure;
Chapter 33: Financial procedure-general
Chapter 34: Public expenditure and Supply
Chapter 35: Expenditure: Money resolutions
Chapter 36: Ways and Means and Finance Bills
Chapter 37: The role of the House of Lords in financial procedure
PART 6: Committees;
Chapter 38: House of Commons: select committees
Chapter 39: House of Commons: general committees
Chapter 40: Committees in the House of Lords
Chapter 41: Joint committees of the Lords and Commons
PART 7: Private legislation;
Chapters 42 to 46