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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.



Mobbing And Rioting

Scottish Law: Mobbing and Rioting in the Past The general term mobbing and rioting includes all those convocations of the lieges for violent and unlawful purposes, which are attended with injury (see more about this popular legal topic in the U.K. encyclopedia) to the people or property (see [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MO.



Modernisation Committee

Modernisation Committee Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament Following the Dissolution of Parliament on 12th April, all select committees have ceased to exist unless or until the House renominates them following the election on 6th May. There are no chairs or members of committees. The [...]

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



Molestation

Scottish Law: Molestation in the Past The name of an action competent to the proprietor of a landed estate, against those who disturb his possession, It is chiefly used in questions of commonty, or, of controverted marches. Ersk. Prin. B. 4, t. 1, n. 48. [1][rtbs name="scottish-law"] [...]

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



Money Bills

Money Bills Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament A Money Bill (or Supply Bill) is a Bill that in the Speaker's opinion is concerned only with national taxation, public money or loans. A Bill that is certified as a Money Bill and which has been passed by the Commons will become law after [...]

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



Money Laundering Financial Crime

Resources See Also Further Reading Money Laundering Financial Crime in the Encyclopedia of Britain Money Laundering Financial Crime in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Money Laundering Financial Crime in the Halsbury's Laws of England Money Laundering Financial Crime in the [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MO.



Money Resolutions

Money resolutions Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament A Money resolution must be agreed to by the House of Commons if a new Bill proposes spending public money on something that hasn't previously been authorised by an Act of Parliament. Money resolutions, like Ways and Means resolutions, [...]

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



Monitoring

Equity Monitoring in North Ireland NIJAC is required to monitor gender, age, ethnic origin, community background and the parts of Northern Ireland (if any) with which applicants regard themselves as being most closely associated. Applicants are therefore asked to complete an Equity Monitoring [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MO, North Ireland, and Short Read.



Monopoly

Meaning of Monopoly The following is an old definition of Monopoly [1]: A license or privilege allowed by the sovereign for the sole buying and selling, making, working, or using of anything whatsoever; whereby the subject in general is restrained from that liberty of manufacturing or trading [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MO.



Morality

More Than “law-relevant Morality”? Rethinking Morality Within the Situational Action Theory Bettina Doering, from the Criminological Research Institute of Lower Saxony, made a contribution to the 2012 Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, in the category "Criminological [...]

Categories: Commercial Law, Criminal law, M, su1, and Y. Tags: MO.



Mortgages

Mortgage/Power of Sale The Mortgage (Repossession) Protection of Tenants Act 2010 provides, according to the Encyclopedia of Real Estate Terms, protection to a tenant who have been granted a tenancy without the approval of the lender (which is fairly common). Prior to the Act the tenant [...]

Categories: M, Property law, and su1. Tags: MO.



Mortification

Scottish Law: Mortification in the Past This term is nearly synonymous with mortmain. [1][rtbs name="scottish-law"] Resources Notes and References Partialy, this information about mortification is based on the Bouvier´s Law Dictionary, 1848 edition. There is a list of terms of the Bouvier´s [...]

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



Mortmain

Meaning of Mortmain The following is an old definition of Mortmain [1]: Originally, a purchase of land by any corporation, sole or aggregate, ecclesiastical or temporal. But these purchases having been chiefly made by religious houses, in consequence of which the lands became perpetually [...]

Categories: M and su1. Tags: MO.



Mote

Concept of Mote Traditional meaning of mote [1] in the Saxon law history: A court or assembly; a meeting of the people. 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 [...]

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



Motion of No Confidence

Motion of no confidence Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament A motion of no confidence, or censure motion, is a motion moved in the House of Commons with the wording: 'That this House has no confidence in Her Majesty's Government'. If such a motion is agreed to, and a new [...]

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



Motions

Motions to take note Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament In the House of Lords, debates may take place on a motion That this House takes note of... This formula enables the House to debate a situation or a document without coming to any positive decision and is regularly used for select [...]

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



Motorcycles

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

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



Mountbatten

Lord Mountbatten History Distinguished British naval commander, who served in the Second World War as Chief of Combined Operations and Supreme Commander in South East Asia. Appointed the last Viceroy of India, March 1947, he presided over partition and the independence of India and Pakistan. [...]

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