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Malaria in Mozambique

The Court is tasked with determining whether a death due to malaria occasioned by a mosquito bite in Mozambique, constituted a death due to accident. 798 more words

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Nemo dat quod non habet!

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What is the legal position if goods are stolen from their true owner? Can a thief pass good title (ownership) to an innocent third party? 1,723 more words

Stuck at red ...

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Two interesting stories appeared in the UK media today which highlight the important role of regulatory bodies in the field of consumer protection. 274 more words

Consumer ADR: Delivering fairness and justice for consumers, business and markets

This article was originally written for the ESRC JustEnergy website.

Naomi and I participated in the conference “Consumer ADR: Delivering fairness and justice for consumers, business and markets” organised by the Center of Socio-Legal Studies of the University of Oxford on 18 and 19 March 2019.  470 more words

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Too good to be true

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In Chapter 4 of Introductory Scots Law, I discuss the importance of the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008. 751 more words

No more heartbreak hotel?

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In Chapter 1 of Introductory Scots Law, I discussed alternative methods of resolving issues or disputes which may have legal consequences. 346 more words

National Insurance Co.Ltd vs Sri. Tinku Ghosh

we are of the opinion that the delay in filing the instant appeal has not been explained properly as required and the same is also not bona fide… 2,983 more words

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