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Cover Borkowski's Law of Succession

6. Revocation  

testator’s will was found with the portion containing the second witness’s signature cut off or torn from the document. The excised part was found in a mutilated but legible condition close

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Cover European Union Law

1. Introduction  

Catherine Barnard and Steve Peers

make them more effective. 42 Likewise, in the field of EU criminal law, Member States are torn between a desire to reap the practical benefits of cooperation in matters of criminal law

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Cover International Human Rights Law

8. Africa  

Commission is the promotion of human rights. Generating an awareness of rights in a region often torn by strife and still characterized by oppressive regimes is the first step towards ensuring

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Cover International Law

1. Foundations and structure of international law  

turning point, and what had initially merely been conceived of as a concept of order for war-torn continental Europe spread to the rest of the world and to this day remains a key building

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Cover Understanding Jurisprudence

6. Legal realism  

to coexist. All metaphysical thinking is rejected. Legal rules are merely ‘labels’ which, torn from their context of legal machinery, are meaningless scraps of paper. It cannot be said

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Cover International Law

1. Foundations and structure of international law  

turning point, and what had initially merely been conceived of as a concept of order for war-torn continental Europe spread to the rest of the world and to this day remains a key building

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Cover The Modern Law of Evidence

16. Adverse inferences from an accused’s silence or conduct  

scene. Some 500 metres away from the yard, he sees Lennie, a tall white youth wearing a torn black tee-shirt, and limping. PC King arrests him for attempted burglary, saying that he

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Cover The Modern Law of Evidence

5. Documentary and real evidence  

(eg whether parchment or paper), or the condition that it is in (eg whether crumpled or torn), it constitutes real evidence. 117 Tape recordings, films, and photographs Tape recordings

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Cover The Modern Law of Evidence

9. Corroboration and care warnings  

been with the complainant at the relevant time, and evidence that her underclothing was torn and that she had injuries to her private parts, the combined effect of all the evidence

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Cover The Oxford Handbook of Criminology

42. Convict criminology without guarantees: Proposing hard labour for an unfinished criminology  

Rod Earle, Danica Darley, Bill Davies, David Honeywell, and Ed Schreeche-Powell

(2017) suggests that for many women who go to prison, the realities of rebuilding a family torn apart by a custodial sentence often takes priority over their own development. Even in the

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Cover The Politics of the Police

3. Out of the blue: the establishment and diffusion of the modern police from the French Revolution to the twentieth century  

Benjamin Bowling, Robert Reiner, and James Sheptycki

class-based aspirations ( Shubert 2003 : 94–8, 104–6, 177–81, 250). The Guardia Civil was torn evenly apart into two opposing factions during the Civil War and was reconstituted along

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Cover Information Technology Law

4. Regulating the information society  

to the code individually and collectively. Locked doors may be kicked down, walls may be torn down, and bollards dug up. In other words, code is not a final determination of our actions;

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Cover Criminology

9. Violent crime  

Larry Ray

abuse will be witnesses to violence. Such children are likely to suffer from confused and torn loyalties; they may feel ashamed, guilty, isolated and alone; they may respond by trying

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Cover Borkowski's Textbook on Roman Law

1. Introduction: Rome—A Historical Sketch  

high taxes, and severe food shortages—a land plagued by complacency; lacking in patriotism; torn asunder by disunity at every level; the traditional Roman virtues seemingly dead and buried

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Cover Cases & Materials on International Law

1. The Nature of the International Legal System  

the victims of war crimes and crimes against humanity. 9. Many countries have been torn apart and hollowed out by violence of a different sort. HIV/AIDS, the plague of the modern

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Cover The Oxford Handbook of Criminology

25. Interpersonal violence on the British Isles, 1200–2016  

Manuel Eisner

much larger number may have remained hidden from the authorities. Public attitudes were torn between sympathy, abject horror, and pragmatism ( Kilday 2013 ). In complex ways, its history

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Cover International Law

10. State responsibility  

‘necessary for reasons of urgency or because of the prolonged absence of the account holder’, T.O.R.N. v CERN Case No 2183 (ILO Administrative Tribunal, 3 February 2003). 106 See ARSIWA (n

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Cover Tort Law

5. Special duty problems: psychiatric harm  

for their loved ones as ambulance staff fought to save lives. Advertising hoardings were torn down as makeshift stretchers in a desperate attempt to bring faster relief. By 4.50pm

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Cover Street on Torts

9. Liability for defective premises and structures  

the premises. For example, the injured visitor would be able to recover damages for his torn clothes and presumably for damage to his property, even if he himself is uninjured. 99

Chapter

Cover Koffman, Macdonald & Atkins' Law of Contract

2. Formation of the contract  

variation clause. At the foot of D’s order form there was an acknowledgement section to be torn off, stating: ‘We accept your order on the terms and conditions stated thereon.’ On 5 June