Saara Patel

Prudential Assurance v London Residuary Body on London Law Map

Fantastic review of land law case Prudential Assurance v London Residuary Body on the London Law Map, clearly explaining the principle of law and outlining the facts in an easy to read yet very informative blog post. http://www.londonlawmap.com/2014/01/prudential-assurance-v-london-residuary.html

Date - 28/8/2014
Topics - Land Law
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Krell v Henry on London Law Map

London Law Map has produced an excellent post on Krell v Henry [1903] 2 KB 740 with information on the Law Reform (Frustrated Contracts) Act 1943 and photographs of the property that was rented. http://www.londonlawmap.com/2013/10/krell-v-henry-1903-2-kb-740.html  

Date - 26/8/2014
Topics - Contract Law
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Bruton v London and Quadrant Housing Trust on London Law Map

The London Law Map has produced a very informative post on tenancy agreements for the case Bruton v London and Quadrant Housing Trust [1999] UKHL 26 which is well worth looking at. http://www.londonlawmap.com/2014/08/bruton-v-london-and-quadrant-housing.html

Date - 26/8/2014
Topics - Contract Law, Land Law
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Scott v London Katherine Docks on London Law Map

Great post on London Law Map illustrating the concept of res ipsa locquitiur in the case of Scott v London and St Katherine Docks Co [1861-73] All ER Rep 246 with a link to usual test for negligence found in Barnett v Kensington and Chelsea Hospital Management Committee. http://www.londonlawmap.com/2013/11/scott-v-london-and-st-katherine-docks.html

Date - 26/8/2014
Topics - Tort Law
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Hunter v Canary Wharf on London Law Map

A fantastic blog post on the case that arose following the construction of the One Canada Square building in London on The London Law Map with excellent graphics and detail on the construction of the building and reasons for conflict. http://www.londonlawmap.com/2014/03/hunter-v-canary-wharf-ltd-1997-2-all-er.html  

Date - 26/8/2014
Topics - Tort Law
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Bird v Jones on London Law Map

London Law Map has produced a fantasic post on the case of Bird v Jones  (1845) 115 ER 668 illustrating the principles of law in relation to false imprisonment along with an interest passage on the history of Hammersmith Bridge. http://www.londonlawmap.com/2013/12/bird-v-jones-1845-115-er-668.html

Date - 21/8/2014
Topics - Tort Law
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London Law Map on Williams v Roffey Bros & Nicholls (Contractors) Ltd

The London Law Map has a very informative post on Williams v Roffey Bros & Nicholls (Contractors) Ltd [1991] 1 Q.B. 1 explaining the doctrine of consideration whilst also elaborating on the Pinnel’s case (1602) 5 Co Rep 117a. http://www.londonlawmap.com/2013/12/williams-v-roffey-bros-nicholls.html

Date - 21/8/2014
Topics - Contract Law
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Sturges v Bridgman on London Law Map

The London Lap Map provides a great explanation of the principle of law outlined in the case of Sturges v Bridgman (1878) 11 Ch.D. 852 with information on a recent Supreme Court decision possibly casting a doubt on whether the princple established in the case was good law. Attached below is a link to the […]

Date - 21/8/2014
Topics - Tort Law
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CPS Code of Conduct- Public Interest Immunity

The CPS code of conduct sets out the general principles prosecutors should follow when deliberating cases. After considering whether there is enough reliable and credible evidence against the defendant to reach a decision, the prosecution must consider whether it would be in the public interest for the case to be brought forward to the court. Prosecution […]

Date - 21/8/2014
Topics - CourtsLegal Education
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