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1834 Report

The 1834 Report and the 1834 Report In this issue about the 1834 report, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: The proposals of the Commissioners of 1834 were either formal recommendations, exceptionally displayed in prominent type, or suggestions scattered among the pages [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Poor Laws, RE, Revolution of 1834, and Short Read.



2011 Riots

How Commentators Explained the 2011 Riots in England Neal Hazel, from the University of Salford, made a contribution to the 2012 Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, in the category "Crime and Society," under the title "How Commentators Explained the 2011 Riots in [...]

Categories: Commercial Law, Criminal law, R, and su1. Tags: RI.



5-3-1 Ration

Summary of 5-3-1 ration In relation to the legal history of the United States and the United Kingdom: Tonnage ratio of the construction of large ships, it meant that Britain could only have 1 ship for every 3 ships in Japan, and Japan could only have 3 ships for every 5 ships in the U.S. [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Legal history, RA, Short Read, and Treaties.



Race Relations

Race relations: UK Legal History Although there had been extensive immigration to Britain during the 19th century, the population of Britain remained overwhelmingly white until 1948. When commonwealth immigration increased, race relations became an essential element of social policy. Related [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: History, RA, and Short Read.



Rachman Scandal

Rachman Scandal History Unscrupulous exploitation of tenants in the Notting Hill area of London in the 1950s and 1960s, landlord Peter Rachman built up a property empire, using mansion blocks for multi-occupation. He drove out (mostly white) sitting tenants re-letting properties to immigrants [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: British History, RA, and Short Read.



Rack

Meaning of Rack The following is an old definition of Rack [1]: An engine of torture, consisting of a large frame upon which the body of a person could be gradually stretched until the joints became dislocated. Was used for extorting confessions from convicts and suspected persons. Trial by [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: RA.



Radio Caroline

Radio Caroline History Pirate' unlicensed pop radio station first set up in 1964, broadcasting 24 hours-a-day in the English language. Massively popular with the young and financed by advertising. Precursor of current-day commercial radio. A response to its popularity by the BBC led to Radio 1.

Categories: R and su1. Tags: British History, RA, and Short Read.



Railways

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

Categories: R and su1. Tags: RA and Short Read.



Raising Capital

Share Capital: Public offers and associated procedures and listing Methods of raising capital on the markets Find under this subsection information about Methods of raising capital on the markets in relation to Share Capital: Public offers and associated procedures and listing. Company Share [...]

Categories: Business Law, R, and su1. Tags: RA, Share Capital, and Short Read.



Ralph Wigram

History of the Ralph Wigram (1890-1936) The following commentary about Ralph Wigram (1890-1936) in the Churchill Era is produced by the Churchill College (Cambridge): Foreign Office official who helped provide Winston Churchill with information on German rearmament. 3rd Secretary, Foreign [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: History, RA, and Short Read.



Ramsay Macdonald

Ramsay Macdonald History Prime Minister in the first Labour governments between 1924-1955 and 1929-1931. Faced with the crisis of the Great Depression he formed a National Government from 1931-1935, remaining Prime Minister in a government mainly made up of Conservatives. He was expelled from [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Biographies, British History, RA, and Short Read.



Ranulf de Glanvill

Introduction to Ranulf de Glanvill Ranulf de Glanvill (1130?-1190), English statesman and jurist, born in Stratford (now Stratford Saint Andrew), Suffolk. He was sheriff of Yorkshire from 1163 to 1170 and of Lancashire after 1173. In 1176 he was appointed justice of the king's court, and [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Biography, RA, and Short Read.



Rape History

Rape Legal History of Rape English Common Law Introduction to Rape History During the 12th and 13th centuries, an elaborate system of law based on judicial decisions, known as the common law, developed in England. The common law made rape a crime and provided for punishment of the rapist (but [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: History, RA, and Rape.



Rape Places

The Nature of Rape Places: From Metrics to Space-time Methods Vania Ceccato, from the Royal Institute of Technology, made a contribution to the 2012 Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, in the category "Traditional and New Forms of Crime and Deviance," under the title "The [...]

Categories: Commercial Law, Criminal law, R, su1, and Y. Tags: RA.



Rate

Concept of Rate The following is an old definition of Rate [1], a term which has several meanings:1. Rank, standard; proportion; value, price, amount: as, in rate or rates of fares, rate of exchange (see, in this resource, the term), rating of vessels. Rate means price, value. Going rate as to [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: RA.



Ratio Decidendi

Ratio decidendi in Legal Latin Meaning of the latin term Ratio decidendi from the University of Kent: 'The reason for deciding' - The principle or principles of law on which the court reaches its decision. ratio of the case has to be deduced from its facts, the reasons the court gave for [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Legal Latin Words, RA, and Short Read.



Re

Definition of Re Engagement - Put simply this means that the employee must be taken back on terms comparable with those that he or she enjoyed prior to dismissal.

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Legal Practice Terms, RE, and Short Read.



Real Estate Contracts

Most Popular Entries related to Real Estate Contracts Real Estate Law (in the United Kingdom) Property Law (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Career (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Terms (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law School (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate [...]

Categories: Civil Law, Commercial Law, Contract Formation , R, su1, and Tax Law. Tags: Contract Law, Most Popular, Personal Tax, Property Tax, RE, and Real Estate Law.



Real Estate Law Books

Most Popular Entries related to Real Estate Law Books Real Estate Law (in the United Kingdom) Property Law (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Career (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Terms (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law School (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Most Popular, RE, and Real Estate Law.



Real Estate Law Career

Most Popular Entries related to Real Estate Law Career Real Estate Law (in the United Kingdom) Property Law (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Career (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Terms (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law School (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Most Popular, RE, and Real Estate Law.



Real Estate Law Dictionary

Most Popular Entries related to Real Estate Law Dictionary Real Estate Law (in the United Kingdom) Property Law (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Career (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Terms (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law School (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Most Popular, RE, and Real Estate Law.



Real Estate Law School

Most Popular Entries related to Real Estate Law School Real Estate Law (in the United Kingdom) Property Law (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Career (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Terms (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law School (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Most Popular, RE, and Real Estate Law.



Real Estate License

Most Popular Entries related to Real Estate License Real Estate Law (in the United Kingdom) Property Law (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Career (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Terms (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law School (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate [...]

Categories: Commercial Law, Intellectual Property, R, and su1. Tags: Intellectual Property Law, Licensing Law, Most Popular, RE, and Real Estate Law.



Real Estate Solicitors

Most Popular Entries related to Real Estate solicitors Real Estate Law (in the United Kingdom) Property Law (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Career (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Terms (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law School (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Most Popular, RE, and Real Estate Law.



Real Poinding Or Poinding Of The Ground

Scottish Law: Real Poinding or Poinding of the Ground in the Past Though it be properly a diligence, this is generally considered by lawyers as a species of real action and is so called to distinguish it from personal poinding, which is founded merely on an obligation to pay. Developments [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: RE.



Real Property Law Outline

Most Popular Entries related to Real Property Law Outline Real Estate Law (in the United Kingdom) Property Law (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Career (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Terms (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law School (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Most Popular, RE, and Real Estate Law.



Real Property Tax Law

Most Popular Entries related to Real Property Tax Law Real Estate Law (in the United Kingdom) Property Law (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Career (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Terms (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law School (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate [...]

Categories: R, su1, and Tax Law. Tags: Business Tax, Most Popular, Personal Tax, Property Tax, RE, Real Estate Law, and Taxes Management.



Reasonable Adjustments

Reasonable adjustments in North Ireland Under disability legislation, organisations have a positive duty to take steps to meet disabled people's needs, even if this requires more favourable treatment, such as making reasonable adjustments. NIJAC will endeavour to ensure that the [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: North Ireland, RE, and Short Read.



Reasonable Effort

Reasonable Effort or Reasonable Endeavour Reasonable Effort or Reasonable Endeavour Case Law A selected English Real Property Law Case in relation with reasonable effort/reasonable endeavour may be: CPC Group Ltd v Qatari Diar Real Estate Investments Co Year of the above case: 2010

Categories: R and su1. Tags: RE, Real Estate, and Short Read.



Reasoned Amendments

Reasoned amendments Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament If an Member of Parliament wishes to record reasons for objecting to the Second Reading, or more rarely the Third Reading, of a Bill they can table a reasoned amendment. The reasoned amendment should offer reasons for rejecting the [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Legislative Law, RE, and Short Read.



Recall of Parliament

Recall of Parliament Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament During times when the House of Commons is not sitting, the Speaker can, if asked by the Government, decide to recall the House of Commons. The House of Lords is usually recalled by the Lord Speaker at the same time as the House of [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Legislative Law and RE.



Receipt and Issue Rolls

The Rolls Series, which while not an exclusively legal source, contains much legal material (Source: the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Also known as Pell Records, these rolls contain all the payments made by the Treasurers and Chamberlains from 25 Henry III (1241) to 19 [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Administrative Records, Full Text Records, Legal history, Medieval Administrative Law, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, RE, Records of State, and Rolls Series.



Receiver

Meaning of Receiver The following is an old definition of Receiver [1]: One who receives anything belonging to another or others. 1. One who receives stolen goods. See further Steal. 2. A person appointed by a court of equity to take charge of property in dispute. An indifferent person between [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: RE.



Recess

Recess Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament A recess is a break during the parliamentary session (year) in which neither the House of Commons or the House of Lords meets to conduct business. There are usually several recesses throughout a session and usually include Christmas, Easter and [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Legislative Law, RE, and Short Read.



Recompensation

Scottish Law: Recompensation in the Past When a party sues for a debt and the defendant pleads compensation or set-off, the plaintiff may allege a compensation on his part and this is called a recompensation. Bell's Dict. h. t. [1][rtbs name="scottish-law"] Resources Notes and References [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: RE and Short Read.



Record

Edward IV Records For information about this topic, please read the entry, in this legal Encyclopedia, about: Edward IV Records Record and Medieval Law Record and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Gwillim, Henry, and Charles Ellis, [...]

Categories: Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal law, Legislation, R, and su1. Tags: Edward IV, Full Text Records, Legal history, Legislative Records, Long Read, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Medieval Statutory Law, Parliamentary Records, RE, and Statutory Law.



Recorder

Recorder in North Ireland The two most senior County Court judges who are located in Belfast and Derry are known as Recorders. Traditionally the Recorder of Belfast is regarded as the Senior County Court Judge in Northern Ireland.

Categories: R and su1. Tags: North Ireland, RE, and Short Read.



Records

Court Records For information about this topic, please read the entry, in this legal Encyclopedia, about: Court Records Records and Medieval Law Records and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) 1238 Devon Summerson, Henry, ed. Crown [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Eyres, Itinerant Courts, Legal history, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, RE, and Royal Courts.



Records of State

Medieval Administrative Law and Records of State (Source: the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) The medieval monarchs kept remarkably complete administrative records, not only of royal proclamations and charters granted to their subjects, but also of the daily transactions of [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Legal history, Medieval Administrative Law, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, RE, and Records of State.



Recover

Meaning of Recover The following is an old definition of Recover [1]: To obtain by judicial action or proceeding. Referring to a note: to collect or obtain the amount, possibly by a suit at law. Applied to debt and demands generally intends action by process and course of law. See Recuperare. [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: RE.



Reeve

Concept of Reeve Traditional meaning of reeve [1] in the Saxon law history: Gerefa. A ministerial officer. Note: For more information on Saxon Law history, see here.[rtbs name="saxon-law"] Resources Notes and References Based on A concise law dictionary of words, phrases and maxims, [...]

Categories: Commercial Law, Criminal law, R, and su1. Tags: RE and Short Read.



Refer

Concept of Refer The following is an old definition of Refer [1], a term which has several meanings:1. To send to a person specially selected, for examination and report, a question or issue raised in a pending suit. Referee. The person so designated: an auditor, master, register in [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: RE.



Referee

Personal referee in relation with the Courts and Tribunals in England A referee who knows a candidate personally. The candidate is responsible for choosing, approaching and explaining to the referee what they need to do and for ensuring the form is sent to the Judicial Appointments Commission [...]

Categories: Judiciary, R, and su1. Tags: RE and Short Read.



Referendum

Referendum Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament A referendum is when a question is decided by putting it to a public vote. Referendums are an example of direct democracy. In the UK, most decisions are made by Parliament on behalf of the public which is known as indirect or representative democracy.

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Legislative Law, RE, and Short Read.



Refresh

Meaning of Refresh The following is an old definition of Refresh [1]: To refresh the memory means to consult letters, diaries, or other memoranda in order to be enabled to recall the details of a past eventi After that, the witness is regarded as speaking from memory. A witness may refresh [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: RE.



Regeneration

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

Categories: R and su1. Tags: RE and Short Read.



Reginald Brett

History of the 2nd Lord Esher (1852-1930), earlier Reginald Brett The following commentary about 2nd Lord Esher (1852-1930), earlier Reginald Brett in the Churchill Era is produced by the Churchill College (Cambridge): Deputy Governor of Windsor Castle 1902-28 (Governor from 1928 until his [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: History, RE, and Short Read.



Reginald McKenna

History of the Reginald McKenna (1863-1943) The following commentary about Reginald McKenna (1863-1943) in the Churchill Era is produced by the Churchill College (Cambridge): Liberal politician, Churchill's predecessor as First Lord of the Admiralty from 1908 - 1911. McKenna did most of [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: History, RE, and Short Read.



Regional Assemblies

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

Categories: R and su1. Tags: RE and Short Read.



Regional Development Agencies

Resources See Also Further Reading Regional Development Agencies in the Encyclopedia of Britain Regional Development Agencies in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Regional Development Agencies in the Halsbury's Laws of England Regional Development Agencies in the Stroud's [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: RE and Short Read.



Regional Employment Premiums

Regional Employment Premiums History Introduced in 1967 as a labour subsidy. Initially 30 shillings per adult male per week - less for women and young people - to encourage firms to open manufacturing plants in Development Areas. It was doubled in 1974, then abolished due to policy changes in 1977.

Categories: Employment law, Labour law, R, and su1. Tags: British History, Employment Law, RE, and Short Read.



Registers

Calendars, Registers and Indexes of Cases Registers and Medieval Law Registers and Legal History Calendars, Registers and Indexes of Cases Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) 1227 Buckinghamshire Jenkins, John G., ed. Calendar of the Roll of the [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Eyres, Itinerant Courts, Legal history, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, RE, and Royal Courts.



Registers under Edward I

Calendars, Registers and Indexes of Cases This issue under the Ruling of King Edward I of England Registers under Edward I and Medieval Law Registers under Edward I and Legal History Calendars, Registers and Indexes of Cases Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Assizes, Edward I, Itinerant Courts, Legal history, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, RE, and Royal Courts.



Registers under Edward Ii

Calendars, Registers and Indexes of Cases This issue under the Ruling of King Edward II of England Registers under Edward II and Medieval Law Registers under Edward II and Legal History Calendars, Registers and Indexes of Cases Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Assizes, Edward II, Itinerant Courts, Legal history, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, RE, and Royal Courts.



Registers under Edward Iii

Calendars, Registers and Indexes of Cases This issue under the Ruling of King Edward III of England Registers under Edward III and Medieval Law Registers under Edward III and Legal History Calendars, Registers and Indexes of Cases Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Assizes, Edward III, Itinerant Courts, Legal history, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, RE, and Royal Courts.



Registers under Edward Iv

Calendars, Registers and Indexes of Cases This issue under the Ruling of King Edward IV of England V Registers under Edward IV and Medieval Law Registers under Edward IV and Legal History Calendars, Registers and Indexes of Cases Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Assizes, Edward IV, Itinerant Courts, Legal history, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, RE, and Royal Courts.