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Asked by Tasnim

General ๐Ÿ›

A claimant has purchased a freehold property from the landlord, however his wife is not willing to m...

Much depends on exact facts but the wife will have an overriding interest if she is in โ€˜actual occupationโ€™ which will turn on whether there is a deg...

Asked by Tasnim

General ๐Ÿ›

If your wife considered โ€œestrangedโ€, however she did provide some amount to the property, but her hu...

Would probably be an equitable interest through a constructive trust and s37 of the Matrimonial Proceedings and Property Act 1970. There are other c...

Asked by Tasnim

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If a person is not registered on the deed under LRA, will so be able to attain overriding interest i...

The individual in question would have to be in โ€˜actual occupationโ€™ to attain an overriding interest. Whether they are turns on a question of fact. ...

Asked by Duafatema

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1Using income elasticity of demand explain the reasons for the increase in profits during the recess...

Income elasticity of demand refers to the responsiveness of a demand for a product to a change in income. Sometimes demand for some products rise wh...

How do you see Locke's ideas represented in Jefferson's writing?What are some similarities between t...

The conventional view is that Jefferson was heavily influenced by Locke. Locke prioritised right of individuals to โ€˜life, liberty and propertyโ€™ - ve...

About

I am a Legal Practice Course student due to begin training as a solicitor next year. Prior to this I studied History and Politics at St. Peterโ€™s College, University of Oxford, prior to completing the Graduate Diploma in Law at the University of Law. Alongside tutoring I have worked both as a Parliamentary Assistant for a Member of Parliament as well as for the Electoral Commission

Education

University of Oxford

History and Politics - 2.i

2012 - 2015

University of Law

Graduate Diploma in Law - Commendation

2016 - 2017

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Asked by Tasnim

General ๐Ÿ›

A claimant has purchased a freehold property from the landlord, however his wife is not willing to m...

Much depends on exact facts but the wife will have an overriding interest if she is in โ€˜actual occupationโ€™ which will turn on whether there is a deg...

Asked by Tasnim

General ๐Ÿ›

If your wife considered โ€œestrangedโ€, however she did provide some amount to the property, but her hu...

Would probably be an equitable interest through a constructive trust and s37 of the Matrimonial Proceedings and Property Act 1970. There are other c...

Asked by Tasnim

General ๐Ÿ›

If a person is not registered on the deed under LRA, will so be able to attain overriding interest i...

The individual in question would have to be in โ€˜actual occupationโ€™ to attain an overriding interest. Whether they are turns on a question of fact. ...

Asked by Duafatema

General ๐Ÿ›

1Using income elasticity of demand explain the reasons for the increase in profits during the recess...

Income elasticity of demand refers to the responsiveness of a demand for a product to a change in income. Sometimes demand for some products rise wh...

How do you see Locke's ideas represented in Jefferson's writing?What are some similarities between t...

The conventional view is that Jefferson was heavily influenced by Locke. Locke prioritised right of individuals to โ€˜life, liberty and propertyโ€™ - ve...

Asked by Elise

History ๐Ÿ•Œ

Can anyone help with a level history coursework? Doing it on appeasement by the British government f...

Hi Elise This is something Iโ€™d be able to help with - this was an area of specialism of mine during my degree. Michael ...

Asked by Tasnim

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How is judicial review challenge Parliamentary Sovereignty in terms of Human Rights Act 1998?

The basis of the British constitution is that parliament is sovereign - meaning parliament is the supreme law making body and no other body can amen...

Asked by Tasnim

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Why is s.3 and s.4 of HRA significant in terms of challenging parliamentary sovereignty?

s.3 in effect imposes a purposive approach to interpreting legislation - that it should be read in accordance with convention rights. Historically, ...

Asked by Tasnim

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What cases are used in terms of human rights act challenging parliamentary sovereignty?

R (on the application of Anderson) v Secretary of State for the Home Department - declaration of incompatibility on legislation allowing Home Secret...

Asked by Liam

History ๐Ÿ•Œ

By the end of Reconstruction, what means were used to disenfranchise African Americans?

A series of measures passed by state governments, informally known as the โ€œJim Crow lawsโ€ Jim Crow included the introduction of strict literacy test...

Asked by William

History ๐Ÿ•Œ

How did Franz Ferdinands death contribute to the starting of the First World War?

In the short term, the assassination of Frank Ferdinand caused a dispute between Serbia and Austria-Hungary. This in turn dragged in Russia (allies ...

What tense characterizes the perfect participle? Is it past, present, or future?

Technically past - but is perhaps better known as โ€˜near presentโ€™ as it refers to an action that is only just completed, e.g โ€œhaving said thatโ€ ...

Asked by Tasnim

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What is a resulting/applied and constructive trust and their differences?

There is significant overlap. Resulting trust arise in the absence of an express trust in which, say, an individual contributes towards the purchase...

Asked by Tasnim

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What are the significant cases to look at registered land in land law?

Depends which issues you are talking about as just โ€˜registered landโ€™ includes dozens.

Asked by Max

History ๐Ÿ•Œ

What action on November 11, 1918, brought World War I to an end?

An armistice negotiated between the Allied Powers and Germany. This was in the effect a ceasefire between the two sides - the conflict didnโ€™t formal...

Asked by Tasnim

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Does Human Rights Act 1998 challenge parliamentary sovereignty?

It certainly โ€˜challengesโ€™ parliamentary sovereignty as it made primary legislation much more easy to challenge in Court. Anderson V Secretary of Sta...

Asked by Max

History ๐Ÿ•Œ

What was a key reason for the post-war cash crunch in America?

By post-war I assume you are referring to the revolutionary war. It can be boiled down two main factors, a high level of debt caused by fighting a w...

Asked by Richard

History ๐Ÿ•Œ

In the early 1900s, what did it mean for cities to be "dry"?

The sale and consumption of alchohol was prohibited.

Asked by Aimee

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What are the positives and negatives of globalisation?

Advantages: Cheaper goods Greater consumer choice Greater interdependence between countries Greater efficiencies Economic growth Greater cultural ex...

Asked by Tasnim

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What is the difference between a lease and a license?

A lease grants an interest in land namely granting the enjoyment of the land to the exclusion of all others for a fixed period. A licence merely gra...

Asked by Tasnim

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What is co-ownership in terms of legal and equitable?

It depends on the form of co-ownership. Co-ownership by way of joint tenancy is both legal (the legal title is held in the names of the owners) and ...

Asked by Tasnim

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What is an equitable interest under resulting trust?

In the context of property, resulting trusts generally arise when an individual has made a contribution to the purchase price but not intended as a ...

Asked by Sarah

History ๐Ÿ•Œ

What were some of Deng Xiaoping's economic reforms?

Deng Xiaoping broadly introduced market elements to the Chinese economy. He was particularly inspired by the economic model used in Singapore. More ...

Why has the US trade deficit narrowed recently ?

The US trade deficit actually recently recorded its first rise in four months. Prior to this, the narrowing largely should stemmed from increases in...

Asked by Tasnim

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What are the significant statutes for leases?

It depends on the kind of lease but broadly: Law of Property Act 1925 Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989 Land Registration Act 2002...

Asked by Tasnim

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What is overriding and overreacting?

Overriding interests are those that will bind the purchaser even if they are not registered. Overreaching is the process by which these interests ar...

Asked by Tasnim

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What is legal and equitable lease?

Legal leases are those which comply with s54(2) LPA 1925 and s27(2)(b)(i) LRA 2002 (periodic tenancies are an exception to this general rule). Equit...

Asked by Tasnim

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Is Diceyan concept still used?

Yes - it forms the basis of most conceptions of the rule of law around the world. It is perhaps more prevalent in the U.K. where there is no codifie...

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