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HISTORY 100 APUSH Study Guide APUSH Study Guide
  • HISTORY 100 APUSH Study Guide APUSH Study Guide

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  • HISTORY 100 APUSH Study Guide APUSH Study Guide Period 2 1607-1754 • 3 different colonies (English): o Corporate: operated by joint-stock companies (Jamestown) o Royal: under direct authority of king’s government (Virginia after 1624) o Proprietary: under authority of individuals granted charts of ownership by king (Maryland + Pennsylvania) • English brought representative government to colonies unlike French and Spanish colonists • Spanish Armada defeat 1588 gave England reputat...
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GDL Public Law Revision Notes (Distinction)
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  • A collection of revision notes for the public law module on the GDL at the University of Law. The document includes: - three essay question plans on the flexibility of the UK constitution, the separation of powers, and parliamentary supremacy - four flowcharts on answering problem questions about judicial review, judicial review involving human rights, conflict of human rights (Articles 8 and 10), and contempt of court - key statutory and case law authorities for all the above topics These...
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Essay plans (House of Lords reform, Parliamentary Supremacy, Rule of Law, Separation of powers, Royal Prerogative, Ministerial Responsibility) & Judicial Review flowchart
  • Essay plans (House of Lords reform, Parliamentary Supremacy, Rule of Law, Separation of powers, Royal Prerogative, Ministerial Responsibility) & Judicial Review flowchart

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  • A detailed plan outlining to how to attack a judicial review problem question from standing to remedies. Contains all relevant case law with a rundown of facts and points of law that they raise. Also acronyms included to help remember the grounds of judicial review as raised in GCHQ case. Also includes essay plans for all of the following: House of Lords reform, Parliamentary Supremacy, Parliamentary Supremacy in light of HRA and EU, Rule of Law, Separation of Powers, Royal Prerogative, Minister...
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IOS2601 STUDY SUMMARY NOTES 2022 UPDATE.
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  • IOS2601 STUDY SUMMARY NOTES 2022 UPDATE. This is an all-inclusive guide to IOS2601 - Interpretation Of Statutes Unit 1: Introduction miscellaneous Botha: ‐ body of rule & principles used to construct the correct meaning of legislative provisions to be applied in a practical situation – Not mechanical. Du Plessis’:‐ statutory & constitutional interpretation is constructing enact laws text with reference & reliance on other law text in concert situations. Unisa: ‐ statutory int...
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Public Law - Parliamentary Supremacy - Summary (Graduate Diploma in Law/ LLB Law)
  • Public Law - Parliamentary Supremacy - Summary (Graduate Diploma in Law/ LLB Law)

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  • Summary of Parliamentary Supremacy from a GDL graduate with Distinction.
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IOS2601 STUDY SUMMARY NOTES 2022
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  • IOS2601 STUDY SUMMARY NOTES 2022. This is an all-inclusive guide to IOS2601 - Interpretation Of Statutes : Introduction miscellaneous Botha: ‐ body of rule & principles used to construct the correct meaning of legislative provisions to be applied in a practical situation – Not mechanical. Du Plessis’:‐ statutory & constitutional interpretation is constructing enact laws text with reference & reliance on other law text in concert situations. Unisa: ‐ statutory interpretation is st...
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CSL2601 SUPPLEMENTARY PORTFOLIO MEMO (DETAILED)  JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2022
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  • INCLUDES DETAILED FOOTNOTES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY!!!!!!!! QUESTION 1 1.1 Briefly explain, by way of examples and appropriate authority, the five forms (or conceptions) of democracy in South Africa. (16) 1.2 With reference to the relevant constitutional law authorities, succinctly explain the difference between parliamentary sovereignty and constitutional supremacy from a South African perspective, with particular emphasis on the role of the judiciary in democratic South Africa. (18) 1.3 Li...
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  • 1.1 As Germany has a comparative foreign law, South African courts are obliged to consider German law as a primary source of South African law when interpreting any legislation. This statement is FALSE (2). Foreign law is not a primary source of South African law but is a secondary source with persuasive value. In fact, section 39 provides that courts may (and not must) consider foreign law 1.2 Read the following scenario and indicate whether the statement that follows is true or false: In ...
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  • 2013 - TUTORIAL LETTER 201 1.1 As Germany has a comparative foreign law, South African courts are obliged to consider German law as a primary source of South African law when interpreting any legislation. This statement is FALSE (2). Foreign law is not a primary source of South African law but is a secondary source with persuasive value. In fact, section 39 provides that courts may (and not must) consider foreign law 1.2 Read the following scenario and indicate whether the statement that fo...
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CSL2601 SUPPLEMENTARY PORTFOLIO DETAILED MEMO 2022 JANUARY/FEBRUARY
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  • Detailed footnotes bibliography! QUESTION 1 1.1 Briefly explain, by way of examples and appropriate authority, the five forms (or conceptions) of democracy in South Africa. (16) 1.2 With reference to the relevant constitutional law authorities, succinctly explain the difference between parliamentary sovereignty and constitutional supremacy from a South African perspective, with particular emphasis on the role of the judiciary in democratic South Africa. (18) 1.3 List the state institutions ...
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