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Manchester & Salter on Exploring the Law
Manchester & Salter on Exploring the Law
The Dynamics of Precedent & Statutory Interpretation
4th Edition
Practice Area:  Academic Law, Legal Systems
ISBN:  9780414041851
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  26 Apr 2011
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Exploring the Law takes a unique approach to precedent and statutory interpretation which are considered in the context of self-contained case studies on selected topics of substantive law commonly taught in first year undergraduate programmes.
  • Provides an initial overview of the principles of statutory interpretation and precedent, with extensive cross-referencing to their detailed consideration in case studies
  • Uses case studies throughout to extract the principles of statutory interpretation and precedent from substantive law
  • Examines the influence of the EU and the Human Rights Act 1998 on principles of statutory interpretation
  • Provides students with guidance on further reading at the end of case study chapters
CONTENTS
Principles
  • Precedent and statutory interpretation: an outline and guide
  • Courts and tribunals 
  • EU legal order: influence on statutory interpretation and precedent
  • European Convention on Human Rights and Human Rights Act 1998: influence on statutory interpretation and precedent
Selected case studies
  • Contract
  • Tort
  • Criminal law
  • Criminal evidence
  • Property law
  • EU law
Tracing the evolution of law in selected fields
  • Psychiatric injury
  • Marital rape
  • Appropriation in theft
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