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Public

Public open space in the Building (Scotland) Act 2003 Meaning of Public open space in the context of the Building (Scotland) Act 2003: includes land used as a public park or for public recreation or as a burial ground.

Categories: P and su1. Tags: Buildings, PU, Real Estate, and Short Read.



Public Administration

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

Categories: P and su1. Tags: PU and Short Read.



Public Assistance Committees

Public Assistance Committees (Pacs) History 1929 Public Health Act set up local Public Assistance Committees, to set the level of benefits. The system came under great strain in the Great Depression, following the introduction of the 'Means Tests' in 1931. In 1934 the Unemployment [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: British History, PU, and Short Read.



Public Bill

Carry-over motions/Bills Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament A carry-over motion allows a Public Bill to continue its progress from one parliamentary year (session) into the next. Public Bills that have not been passed by the end of the session in which they were introduced will otherwise fail.

Categories: P and su1. Tags: Legislative Law, PU, and Short Read.



Public Bill Committees

Public Bill Committees Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament A Public Bill Committee (PBC) is a committee set up by the House of Commons to examine the details of a particular Bill. All Bills, other than Money Bills, are automatically sent to a Public Bill Committee following their second [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: Legislative Law, PU, and Short Read.



Public Bills

Public Bills Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament Public Bills are proposed changes to the law as it applies to the population in general. Almost all Public Bills that are successfully passed by Parliament are those introduced by the Government. The vast majority of Public Bills that come [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: Legislative Law and PU.



Public Body

Public body in the Context of Equality Law The meaning of Public body, published by the Equality and Diversity Forum (a United Kindom network of equality and human rights organisations), is the following: means, broadly, public organisations such as central government departments, local [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: Equality Law and PU.



Public Business

Public business Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament Public business describes items on the agenda of either House that are not related to Private Bills. Almost all business conducted in the Chamber and Committees of both Houses is Public business. Resources See Also Private business [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: Legislative Law, PU, and Short Read.



Public Expenditure

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

Categories: P and su1. Tags: PU and Short Read.



Public Galleries

Public galleries Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament The Public Galleries are seated areas from which members of the public may watch the proceedings of either House. Galleries exist in the Commons and Lords chambers, committee rooms and for sittings in Westminster Hall. The public gallery [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: Legislative Law, PU, and Short Read.



Public Inquiries

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

Categories: P and su1. Tags: PU and Short Read.



Public interest

Public interest Meaning Public interest in Scottish Law A number of factors taken into account by prosecutors when making decisions, including the interests of the victim, the accused and the wider community.

Categories: P and su1. Tags: PU, Scotland , and Short Read.



Public Offers

Share Capital: Public offers and associated procedures and listing Regulation of offers to the public Find under this subsection information about Regulation of offers to the public in relation to Share Capital: Public offers and associated procedures and listing. Share Capital: Advertising [...]

Categories: Business Law, P, and su1. Tags: PU, Share Capital, and Short Read.



Public Order Offences

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

Categories: P and su1. Tags: PU and Short Read.



Publication

Concept of Publication The following is an old definition of Publication [1], a term which has several meanings:1. Making a thing known to the pxiblic; proclaiming to general hearing; exposing to general view. As, putting forth a law in some printed form; exhibiting a deposition taken in [...]

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Puritanism

British Political and Social Thought: Contribution of Puritanism Introduction to Puritanism The militant Puritans who supported Cromwell, particularly the Levellers, took more extreme measures to defend the rights of Parliament and Englishmen during the constitutional crisis. Members of [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: Featured, History, PU, and Religious.



Purpose Of The Technology And Construction Court Guide

Purpose of the Technology and Construction Court Guide The Technology and Construction Court (“TCC”) Guide is intended to provide straightforward, practical guidance on the conduct of litigation in the Technology and Construction Court. Whilst it is intended to be comprehensive, it naturally [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: PU.



Purpresture

Meaning of Purpresture The following is an old definition of Purpresture [1]: A close or enclosure; that is, when one encroaches or makes that several to himself which ought to be common to many. In old law-writers, an encroachment upon the king or his subjects. In common acceptation, now an [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: PU.