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Approaches To Anti-money Laundering Supervision

The ‘two-track’ Approach to Anti-money Laundering Supervision Money Laundering in the United Kingdom [rtbs name="money-laundering-supervision"]This section covers the following: Anti-money laundering supervision of banks, real estate agents and accountants in the United Kingdom Financial [...]

Categories: A, M, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and su1. Tags: AN, AP, MO, and Short Read.



Cooperation Efforts By AML Supervisors On An Operational Level

Cooperation Efforts by AML Supervisors on an Operational Level Money Laundering in the United Kingdom [rtbs name="money-laundering-supervision"]This section includes the following topics: Anti-money laundering supervision of banks, real estate agents and accountants in the United Kingdom [...]

Categories: A, C, M, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and su1. Tags: AN, CO, MO, and Short Read.



M

Concept of M The following is an old definition of M [1], a term which has several meanings:1. A person convicted of manslaugh- ter, in England, was, in former times, branded with an M on the left thumb Alternative Meaning Treasury notes issued under the act of Congress of October 12, 1838, [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA and Short Read.



Mace

The Mace Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament The mace in Parliament is the symbol of royal authority and without it neither House can meet or pass laws. The House of Commons mace is a silver gilt ornamental club of about five feet in length, dating from the reign of Charles II. On each day [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Legislative Law and MA.



Macer

Macer Meaning Macer in Scottish Law A person in the High Court who helps the judge and looks after people in court, for example, calling each witness into the courtroom and showing witnesses pieces of evidence. Also known as a court officer.

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA, Scotland , and Short Read.



Magistrate

Definition of Magistrate Magistrates are sometimes known as justices of the peace. Meaning of Magistrate The following is an old definition of Magistrate [1]: A governor, rulsr, officer. Correlative, the people.Supreme magistrate. One in whom the sovereign power of the state resides. [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Legal Practice Terms and MA.



Magistrates Court (England and Wales)

Resources See Also Further Reading Magistrates Court (England and Wales) in the Encyclopedia of Britain Magistrates Court (England and Wales) in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Magistrates Court (England and Wales) in the Halsbury's Laws of England Magistrates Court (England and [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA.



Magistrates: Swift and Sure Justice Paper

Magistrates and the Swift and Sure Justice Paper In 2012 the Government issued a consultation paper entitled Swift and Sure Justice. In this paper it is considering allowing single magistrates to rule on uncontested, low level criminal cases. Some pilot community justice centres have been [...]

Categories: ADR, Law Practice, M, and su1. Tags: Barristers, Conciliation, Judges, MA, Magistrates, and Mediation.



Magna Carta Commentaries and Treatises

Magna Carta: Commentaries and Treatises Introduction At the beginning of the twentieth century, Charles McIlwain observed that the new histories of the Magna Carta were portraying the charter as a “document of reaction” that could only fulfill its purported greatness “when men [were] no [...]

Categories: Constitutional Law, M, Magna Carta, and su1. Tags: Books, Long Read, MA, and Magna Carta.



Magna Charta

Meaning of Magna Charta The following is an old definition of Magna Charta [1]: The Great Charter: the principal guaranty of English liberties, obtained June 19, 1215, from King John. With some alterations, confirmed in parliament by Henry III, his son. By 25 Bdw. I (1298), allowed as part of [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA.



Majesty

Definition of During His Majesty'S Pleasure In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of During His Majesty'S Pleasure : A phrase colloquially used to describe the period of detention imposed upon a defendant found not guilty by reason of *insanity. Such a [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA.



Majority Government

Majority government Meaning in Politics Description of Majority government published by Mona Chalabi: When a government is formed by a party that has an absolute majority of seats in the House of Commons — at the moment, that requires 326 seats. (The current coalition between the [...]

Categories: M, Political Science, and su1. Tags: MA and Short Read.



Manage

Meaning of Manage The following is an old definition of Manage [1]: To direct, control, govern, administer, oversee. It is not easy to establish a rule as to what may be considered unmanageableness in a horse, and much depends upon the circumstances of each case. Management. 1. The management [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA.



Mandare

Meaning of Mandare (Latin Term) The following is an old definition of Mandare (latin term) [1]: To enjoin, command: literally, to put into one's hand. Mandamus. We command; we command you. The emphatic word in the Latin form of the writ of that name: a command issuing in the king's name, [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA.



Manifesto

Policy/Manifesto in the History The main aims of a party are laid out in a manifesto. The manifesto is a list of all the policies a government will aim to implement if they gain power. These are traditionally decided on at a party conferences. All manifestos are easily available online [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: British History, Legislative Law, MA, and Short Read.



Manorial

Manorial Courts under Richard II For information about this topic, please read the entry, in this legal Encyclopedia, about: Manorial Courts under Richard II Manorial and Medieval Law Manorial and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Legal history, MA, Manorial Courts, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Non Royal Courts, Richard II, and Seignorial Courts.



Manorial Courts under Edward I

This issue under the Ruling of King Edward I of England Manorial Courts and Seignorial Courts Manorial Courts under Edward I and Medieval Law Manorial Courts under Edward I and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Amphlett, John, [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Edward I, Legal history, MA, Manorial Courts, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Non Royal Courts, and Seignorial Courts.



Manorial Courts under Edward Ii

This issue under the Ruling of King Edward II of England Manorial Courts and Seignorial Courts Manorial Courts under Edward II and Medieval Law Manorial Courts under Edward II and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Baildon, W. [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Edward II, Legal history, MA, Manorial Courts, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Non Royal Courts, and Seignorial Courts.



Manorial Courts under Edward Iii

This issue under the Ruling of King Edward III of England Manorial Courts and Seignorial Courts Manorial Courts under Edward III and Medieval Law Manorial Courts under Edward III and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Baildon, W. [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Edward III, Legal history, MA, Manorial Courts, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Non Royal Courts, and Seignorial Courts.



Manorial Courts under Edward Iv

This issue under the Ruling of King Edward IV of England Manorial Courts and Seignorial Courts Manorial Courts under Edward IV and Medieval Law Manorial Courts under Edward IV and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Bailey, Mark, [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Edward IV, Legal history, MA, Manorial Courts, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Non Royal Courts, and Seignorial Courts.



Manorial Courts under Edward V

This issue under the Ruling of King Edward V of England Manorial Courts and Seignorial Courts Manorial Courts under Edward V and Medieval Law Manorial Courts under Edward V and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Bailey, Mark, ed. [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Edward V, Legal history, MA, Manorial Courts, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Non Royal Courts, and Seignorial Courts.



Manorial Courts under Henry Iii

This issue under the Ruling of King Henry III of England Manorial Courts and Seignorial Courts Manorial Courts under Henry III and Medieval Law Manorial Courts under Henry III and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Amphlett, John, [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Henry III, Legal history, MA, Manorial Courts, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Non Royal Courts, and Seignorial Courts.



Manorial Courts under Henry Iv

This issue under the Ruling of King Henry IV of England Manorial Courts and Seignorial Courts Manorial Courts under Henry IV and Medieval Law Manorial Courts under Henry IV and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Bailey, Mark, ed. [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Henry IV, Legal history, MA, Manorial Courts, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Non Royal Courts, and Seignorial Courts.



Manorial Courts under Henry V

This issue under the Ruling of King Henry V of England Manorial Courts and Seignorial Courts Manorial Courts under Henry V and Medieval Law Manorial Courts under Henry V and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Bailey, Mark, ed. The [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Henry V, Legal history, MA, Manorial Courts, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Non Royal Courts, and Seignorial Courts.



Manorial Courts under Henry Vi

This issue under the Ruling of King Henry VI of England Manorial Courts and Seignorial Courts Manorial Courts under Henry VI and Medieval Law Manorial Courts under Henry VI and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Bailey, Mark, ed. [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Henry VI, Legal history, MA, Manorial Courts, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Non Royal Courts, and Seignorial Courts.



Manorial Courts under Henry Vii

This issue under the Ruling of King Henry VII of England Manorial Courts and Seignorial Courts Manorial Courts under Henry VII and Medieval Law Manorial Courts under Henry VII and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Bailey, Mark, [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Henry VII, Legal history, MA, Manorial Courts, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Non Royal Courts, and Seignorial Courts.



Manorial Courts under John

This issue under the Ruling of John of England Manorial Courts under John and Medieval Law Manorial Courts under John and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Bailey, Mark, ed. The English Manor, C. 1200-1500. Manchester Medieval [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: John, Legal history, MA, Manorial Courts, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Non Royal Courts, and Seignorial Courts.



Manorial Courts under Richard Ii

This issue under the Ruling of King Richard II of England Manorial Courts and Seignorial Courts Manorial Courts under Richard II and Medieval Law Manorial Courts under Richard II and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Bailey, [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Legal history, MA, Manorial Courts, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Non Royal Courts, Richard II, and Seignorial Courts.



Manorial Courts under Richard Iii

This issue under the Ruling of King Richard III of England Manorial Courts and Seignorial Courts Manorial Courts under Richard III and Medieval Law Manorial Courts under Richard III and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Bailey, [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Legal history, MA, Manorial Courts, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Non Royal Courts, Richard III, and Seignorial Courts.



Manorial Courts, Seignorial Courts

Manorial Courts and Seignorial Courts (Source: the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Manorial courts based their jurisdiction on the feudal relationship of a lord and his tenants. They were limited to triable personal actions not to exceed a certain value, and actions affecting [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Legal history, MA, Manorial Courts, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Non Royal Courts, and Seignorial Courts.



Manslaughter in English Law

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

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA.



Manufacturing Industries

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

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA and Short Read.



Manuscript

Meaning of Manuscript The following is an old definition of Manuscript [1]: A writing of any kind, as opposed to printed matter or a picture; a book, paper or document in written characters. In copyright law, an unpublished literary production, however prepared; not, then, a picture or [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA.



Manuscript Amendments

Manuscript amendments Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament Manuscript amendments are amendments of which no notice has been given until the day itself. For this reason they do not appear on the day's business papers and are rarely selected for debate. If a manuscript amendment is selected [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Legislative Law, MA, and Short Read.



Margaret Bondfield

Margaret Bondfield History Labour politician and feminist and the first female Cabinet Minister. She was Minister of Labour from 1929-1931 before losing her seat in the 1931 election. She continued to support Ramsay Macdonald's National Government, for which she was never forgiven by the [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Biographies, British History, MA, and Short Read.



Margaret Herbison

Margaret Herbison History Scottish Labour politician. Held several junior ministerial posts between 1950-1951 and 1964-1967. Member of Labour's National Executive Committee and Party Chairman in 1957. A British delegate to the Council of Europe. Retired in 1970.

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Biographies, British History, MA, and Short Read.



Margaret Hilda Thatcher

History of the Margaret Hilda Thatcher (b.1925), Baroness Thatcher The following commentary about Margaret Hilda Thatcher (b.1925), Baroness Thatcher in the Churchill Era is produced by the Churchill College (Cambridge): British politician and first woman Prime Minister. Elected Conservative [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: History, MA, and Short Read.



Margaret Thatcher

Margaret Thatcher History Conservative politician and Prime Minister from 1979-1990. Moved the party further to the right and privatised nationalised industries. Believed in the free market. Thatcherism developed as a right-wing political philosophy. Decided to fight when Argentina invaded the [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: Biographies, British History, MA, and Short Read.



Marginal Seats

Marginal seats Meaning in Politics Description of Marginal seats published by Mona Chalabi: The battleground of a political election are the so-called marginal seats. These are the places where only a few percentage points stand between the front-runners and their competition, so the seat [...]

Categories: M, Political Science, and su1. Tags: MA and Short Read.



Marine Environment

Resources See Also Further Reading Marine Environment in the Encyclopedia of Britain Marine Environment in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Marine Environment in the Halsbury's Laws of England Marine Environment in the Stroud's Judicial Dictionary of Words and Phrases Marine [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA and Short Read.



Mark

English Law: Mark in the Past Mark or marc, shows a weight used in several parts of Europe (see more about the legal issues of this continet here) and for several commodities, especially gold and silver. When gold and silver are sold by the mark, it is divided into twenty-four carats. [...]

Categories: F, M, and su1. Tags: FO, MA, and Short Read.



Market

Concept of Market The following is an old definition of Market [1], a term which has several meanings:1. A place for public traffic; also, a franchise or liberty to have a place for such resort. A place where comestibles [eatables], perishable in their nature, are sold for the daily [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA.



Market Overt

English Law: Market Overt in the Past Market overt is an open or public market; that is, a place appointed by law or custom for the sale of goods and chattels at stated times in public. Developments In London, every day except Sunday, is market day. In the country, particular days are fixed [...]

Categories: Civil Law, Commercial Law, M, and su1. Tags: MA.



Marriage

(formerly bannes, from A.S. gebann, proclamation, Fr. ban, Med. Lat. bannum), the public legal notice of an impending marriage. The church in earliest days was forewarned of marriages (Tertullian, Ad Uxorem, De Pudicitia, c. 4). The first canonical enactment on the subject in the English church [...]

Categories: Family law, M, and su1. Tags: MA.



Marriage Value

Marriage Value Defined Case Law A selected English Real Property Law Case in relation with marriage value defined may be: Forty-Five Holdings Ltd v Grosvenor (Mayfair) Estate Year of the above case: 2010

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA, Real Estate, and Short Read.



Marshal

Concept of Marshal The following is an old definition of Marshal [1], a term which has several meanings:1, (noun) (1) In old English law, the title of several officers of different grades and powers, judicial or executive. The lord-marshal presided in the court of chivalry; the knight-marshal [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA.



Martial Law

History “Martial law” is an unfortunate term and in a sense a misnomer. It describes a suspension of ordinary law, rendered necessary by circumstances of war or rebellion. The confusion arose from the fact that the marshal’s court administered military law before the introduction of articles [...]

Categories: International Law, M, su1, and Uncategorized. Tags: Featured, International Law, Long Read, MA, Military Law, and Most Popular.



Master

Definition Master (Lat. magister, related to magis, more, as the corresponding minister is to minus, less; the English form is due partly to the O. Eng. maegister, and partly to O. Fr. maistre, mod. maître; cf. Du. meester, Ger. Meister, Ital. maestro), one holding a position of authority, [...]

Categories: Commercial Law, M, and su1. Tags: MA, Maritime Law, and North Ireland.



Master In Chancery

English Law: Master in Chancery in the Past An officer of the court of chancery. Developments The origin of these officers is therefore, accounted for. The chancellor from the first found it necessary to have several clerks, were it for no other purpose, than to perform the mechanical part of [...]

Categories: Civil Law, Commercial Law, M, and su1. Tags: MA.



Masters

History of Masters The following concept of Masters may be usefull here:'Masters' were required to give up their Black workers in Elizabeth I's proclamations. Since both slaves and apprentices had masters, it is not clear whether the Black people referred to were enslaved or free.

Categories: M and su1. Tags: History, MA, and Short Read.



Masters of the Bench

Definition of Masters of The Bench In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Masters of The Bench : (Benchers, Masters of the Bench) pl. n. Judges and senior practitioners who form a governing body for each of the Inns of Court. They are recruited by co-option [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA and Short Read.



Material Change in the Use

Material Change In The Use Defined Case Law A selected English Real Property Law Case in relation with material change in the use defined may be: Hertfordshire County Council v Secretary of State [2012] EWCA Civ 1473 (CA) Year of the above case: 2012 Material Change In The Use [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA, Real Estate, and Short Read.



Material Generated By The Pre-Action Protocol

What Happens To The Material Generated By the Construction and Engineering Pre-Action Protocol? in relation to the Technology and Construction Court [rtbs name="technology-and-construction-court"]The letter of claim, the defendant’s response, and the information relating to attendance (or [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA and Short Read.



Matrimony

Meaning of Matrimony The following is an old definition of Matrimony [1]: Marriage, as a relation or status. Matrimonial causes. In England, certain suits, involving rights relating to marriage, which have constituted a branch of ecclesiastical jurisdiction. As, suits for jactitation of [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA and Short Read.



Matthew Hale

Hale, Sir Matthew Introduction to Matthew Hale Matthew Hale (1609-76), English jurist and statesman, born in Alderley, Gloucestershire, and educated at Magdalen College, University of Oxford, and Lincoln's Inn. He was called to the bar in 1637 and acted as defense counsel at the trials of [...]

Categories: Biography, M, and su1. Tags: MA.



Maurice Hankey

History of the 1st Lord Hankey (1877 - 1963), earlier Maurice Hankey The following commentary about 1st Lord Hankey (1877 - 1963), earlier Maurice Hankey in the Churchill Era is produced by the Churchill College (Cambridge): Senior civil servant. Served in Royal Marines and Naval Intelligence. [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: History, MA, and Short Read.



Mayhem

Meaning of Mayhem The following is an old definition of Mayhem [1]: Violently depriving another of the use of a member proper for his defense in fight. Violently depriving another of the use of euch of his members as may render him the, less able, in fighting, either to defend himself or to [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MA.



Mayor

Concept of Mayor Traditional meaning of mayor [1] in the English common law history: The head of a municipal corporation. Lord Mayor: a title of the mayors of London, York, and Dublin. [rtbs name="history-of-english-law"] Resources Notes and References Based on A concise law dictionary of [...]

Categories: Commercial Law, Criminal law, M, and su1. Tags: MA and Short Read.