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Entries Categorized: Administrative Law (76)

 

 

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Allotments

History Under the Allotments Acts 1887 to 1907, it is the duty of a county council to ascertain the extent to which there is a demand for allotments in the urban districts and parishes in the county, or would be a demand if suitable land were available, and the extent to which it is reasonably [...]

Categories: Administrative Law and su1. Tags: Local Government.



Areas

History: Alterations of local Areas The only other powers and duties of a county council arising under the Local Government Act itself which it is necessary to notice are those relating to alterations of local areas. It may be convenient here to state that certain alterations of areas can only [...]

Categories: Administrative Law and su1. Tags: Local Government.



Asylums

History of the Asylums and the County Council powers Lunatics Part of the business transferred from quarter sessions to the council was that which related to pauper lunatics, but the whole subject of lunacy was consolidated by an act of the year 1890, which again has been amended by a later [...]

Categories: Administrative Law and su1. Tags: Local Government.



Conveyancing

Definition of Conveyancing In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Conveyancing : The procedures involved in validly creating, extinguishing, and transferring ownership of interests in land. Only a practising solicitor or *licensed conveyancer may charge a fee [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, C, Commercial Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, and su1. Tags: CO, Environment, Environmental Law, Financial Law, Intellectual Property Law, Licensing Law, Mortgages, Planning Law, and Urban.



Corn Laws

In England, legislation on corn was early applied both to home and foreign trade in this essential produce. Roads were so bad, and the chain of home trade so feeble, that there was often scarcity of grain in one part, and plenty in another part of the same kingdom. Export by sea or river to [...]

Categories: Administrative Law and su1. Tags: Long Read.



County

Definition of County In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of County : A first-tier *local government area in England (outside Greater London) or Wales. The Local Government Act 1972 created 45 counties for England and 8 for Wales, dividing the former into [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, C, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Legislation, and su1. Tags: British History, CO, Featured, and Long Read.



Cremation

History Steps were at once taken to form an English society to promote the practice of cremation. A declaration of its objects was drawn up and signed on the 13th January 1874 by the following persons—Shirley Brooks, William Eassie, Ernest Hart, the Rev. H. R. Haweis, G. H. Hawkins, John [...]

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Death Certification

Death Certification and Crematory: History The crematory council turned their attention to the need for a national system of death certification, to be enforced by law as an essential and much-needed reform in connexion with cremation. On the 6th of January 1893 the duke Death certification. [...]

Categories: Administrative Law and su1. Tags: Health Care.



Death Registration

History The registration of burials in England goes back to the time of Thomas Cromwell, who in 1538 instituted the keeping of parish registers. Statutory measures were taken from time to time to ensure the preservation of registers of burials, but it was not until 1836 (the Births and [...]

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Diseases

History Infectious diseases The Public Health Acts contain important provisions relating to infectious disease. Any person who knows he is suffering from an infectious disease must not carry on any trade or business unless he can do so without risk of spreading the disease. Local [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, D, and su1. Tags: DI, Featured, and Local Government.



Divisions

Divisions Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament Divisions are used for counting those in favour or against a motion when there is a vote in the House of Commons or the House of Lords. The House literally divides, with members choosing to file through one of two lobbies on either side of the [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, D, and su1. Tags: DI, Featured, and Legislative Law.



Education

History of Local Education and the County Council powers Previous to the Education Act 1902, county councils had certain optional powers under the Technical Instruction Acts to supply or aid the supply of technical or manual instruction. Their duties in respect to education were, however, much [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, L, and su1. Tags: LO and Local Government.



English Poor Laws

History of Welfare: The English Poor Laws Introduction to English Poor Laws The English Poor Laws, a system set up by the government of England in the late 16th and early 17th centuries, attempted to establish a clear public responsibility for care of the poor. Under these laws, government [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, E, and su1. Tags: EN and Welfare.



Government Bailout Law

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Government Law

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Government Law College

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Government Law Enforcement Agencies

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House

Boarding-House: Legal History Boarding-House, a private house in which the proprietor provides board and lodging for paying guests. The position of a guest in a boarding-house differs in English law, to some extent, on the one hand from that of a lodger in the ordinary sense of the term, and [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal law, H, Legislation, and su1. Tags: Buildings, HO, and Real Estate.



Immigration

A politically charged subject in Britain -in accordance to Bamber Gascoigne´ Encyclopedia of Britain about “Immigration”- since the 1960s. In the years immediately after World War II, when the country had need of cheap labour, immigration from within the Commonwealth was made easy. The new [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, Employment law, I, International Law, and su1. Tags: History, IM, Immigration, Immigration Law, and Nationality Law.



Justice of the peace

Introduction to Justice of the Peace Justice of The Peace, in the judicial system of the United Kingdom and the U.S., a judicial public officer with limited powers. In the U.S. the jurisdiction of the justice of the peace is defined by the statutes of the several states. In some states a [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, J, and su1. Tags: JU and Scotland.



Knight-Service

Definition of Knight The lowest title of dignity. Originally a man-at-arms. It is not hereditary. Knights are of the following orders: Garter, Thistle, St. Patrick, Bath, St. Michael and St. George, Star of India, Indian Empire, Royal Victorian, British Empire and lastly Knights Bachelor. [...]

Categories: Administrative Law and su1. Tags: History and Land law.



List of Commonwealth Case Law Reports

Commonwealth Case Law Case Law Reports series from other Commonwealth jurisdictions. In addition to the indexed series detailed below, is widely used the unreported cases from AustLII. AustLII includes decisions from: Federal Court-1977 onwards Family Court-1982 onwards [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, Cases, Commonwealth, L, Legal Resources, Procedures, and su1. Tags: Australia, Law Reports, LI, and List of.



List of England and Wales Case Law Reports

England and Wales Primary Case Law Series England and Wales Primary Case Law The most authoritative current report series including the ICLR series and the All England Reports as well as historical series. , Coverage, Publisher, Full Text Available at:, , , , , [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, Cases, Intellectual Property, L, Legal Resources, Procedures, and su1. Tags: Courts, Legal research, Legislation, LI, and List of.



Local Government

History The Reform Act of 1832 was the real starting-point for the overhauling of English local government. For centuries before, from the reign of Edward III., under a number of statutes and commissions, the administrative work in the counties had been in the hands of the country gentlemen [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, L, and su1. Tags: Featured, LO, Local Administration, Local Administrative Law, Local Government, Local Government Law, Local Law, and Long Read.



Local Government Board

Local Government Board History Set up in 1871 it took over responsibility for all aspects of local government from various ministries and the Poor Law Board. Succeeded by the Ministry of Health in 1919. In this issue about local government board, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, L, and su1. Tags: British History, Featured, LO, Local Administration, Local Administrative Law, Local Government, Local Government Board, Local Government Law, Local Law, Long Read, and Poor Laws.



Local Government Law

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Local Government Law Outline

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Local Government Ombudsmen

Resources See Also Further Reading Local Government Ombudsmen in the Encyclopedia of Britain Local Government Ombudsmen in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Local Government Ombudsmen in the Halsbury's Laws of England Local Government Ombudsmen in the Stroud's Judicial [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, L, and su1. Tags: LO, Local Administration, Local Administrative Law, Local Government, Local Government Law, and Local Law.



Parliamentary Financial Procedures

History The whole law of finance, and consequently the whole British constitution, is grounded upon one fundamental principle, laid down at the very outset of English parliamentary history and secured by three hundred years of mingled conflict with the Crown and peaceful growth. All taxes and [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, Finance Law, Procedure Law, Procedures, and su1. Tags: Budget, Featured, Finance, Litigation, and Procedure Law.



Prision

Prision Law The unhappy consequence of the ever-rising prison population is an inevitable decline in the quality of regimes offered to prisoners. The practical effects for prisoners can be seen in the reports prepared by the Chief Inspector of Prisons which contain a seemingly never-ending [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, Criminal law, and su1.



Roads

History The system of road-building by private enterprise, the undertakers being rewarded by tolls levied from vehicles, persons or animals using the roads, was established in England in 1663, when an act of Charles II. authorized the taking of such tolls at “turnpikes” in Hertfordshire and [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, R, and su1. Tags: RO and Transport.



Streets

History of Local Government policy relating to Streets It may be convenient to state that the expression “street” is here used in a sense much wider than its ordinary meaning. It is defined by the act to include any highway and any public bridge (not being a county bridge), and any road, [...]

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Terminable Annuities

History Terminable Annuities are employed in the system of British public finance as a means of reducing the National Debt (see more in these entry). This result is attained by substituting for a perpetual annual charge (or one lasting until the capital which it represents can be paid off [...]

Categories: Administrative Law and su1. Tags: Budget.



Thesaurus of Synonyms of the Law Term

Each word may have several meanings. To Judges, precise language is mandatory, because each word and its meaning may be subject to close scrutiny and legal interpretation. To solicitors, the use of persuasive language is extremely essential when addressing written arguments to the Courts. [...]

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Wagering

Gaming, Wagering and Gambling From the Encyclopedia Britannica (1911): It is somewhat difficult exactly to define or adequately to distinguish these terms of allied meaning. The word game is applicable to most pastimes and many sports, irrespective of their lawful or unlawful character. [...]

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