Tag Archive: constitutional

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M v Home Office

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Briefly explain the case of M v Home Office (1994) as it relates to the concept of the Rule of Law Dicey proposed that every man is subject to the ordinary law of the realm and amenable to the jurisdiction... [ view article ]

1598 words | 5 pages

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Nigerian Human Rights

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CHAPTER 1 1.1INTRODUCTION Human rights in most cases are discussed as synonyms with constitutional rights. This could be as a result of general conception is that every right can be enforced in law. The word ‘right’ means that to which... [ view article ]

3536 words | 11 pages

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Indian constitutional law

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Such commissions are appointed to ensure that administration of the state is carried on in accordance to the provisions of the Constitution. However, the abuse of this power for political purposes cannot be ruled out. In his dissenting judgment in... [ view article ]

3156 words | 10 pages

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Constitutional law

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Constitutional law in the UK is a varied and interesting topic, largely because of the peculiarities of the UK constitutional system. This essay will consider the issues surrounding constitutions, their definition, purpose and specifically whether the UK can be considered... [ view article ]

1202 words | 4 pages

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Constitutional Separation of Legislative Jurisdiction

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Constitutional Separation of Legislative Jurisdiction In the case of Latifah v Rosmawati[1], following the death of the deceased, who is the first respondent, the daughter of the deceased along with his second wife had filed a petition for the letters... [ view article ]

1639 words | 5 pages

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Constitutional Treaties in European law

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Brief : 214212 Delivery Date : 1/12/08 Title: 'In the absence of a primacy clause in a Constitutional Treaty, the supremacy of European law will always remain precariously balanced.' Discuss. ANSWER Introduction This paper discusses the assertion that the supremacy... [ view article ]

2018 words | 6 pages

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