The first principle that they may invoke is the principle regarding Freedom of Thought, Conscience and Religion which is enshrined in Article 9. There is no dearth of cases that they may cite in order to support their position. …
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How, if at all, can Estelle and Gary use the Human Rights Act 1998 to challenge conditions 4 and 5 of the Council letter? Discuss what legal arguments can they make under the Human Rights Act 1998 and what remedy or remedies the members could seek.
The Human Rights Act 1998 received royal assent on November 9, 1998 and came into force on October 2, 2000. The objective of said Act was to harmonize the domestic law of the United Kingdom with the European Convention on Human Rights. To reaffirm the commitment of the UK to human rights and civil liberties, it is now possible under the said Act to file a claim for violation of the ECHR without going to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. Says Weinstein (2000):
This ability to transcend national law, and to compel revision of such law to comport with rights guaranteed by the European Convention in a broad range of areas, most often within the exclusive purview of national and local courts, is of historic note. Generally, nation states have been the final arbiters of most issues affecting their citizenry and within their borders. By treaty, the signatory nations of Europe have granted the ECHR binding authority to decide cases affecting their citizenry and other persons subject to their authority. In instances where state law is found inconsistent with an ECHR judgment, the nation at issue is obliged to amend its national law to comport with the ECHR decision.
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According to the doctrine of vicarious liability, a liability is imposed on a person for a tortuous act (negligence) which he has not committed but he has a special relationship with the one who committed the act. Therefore, vicarious liability imposes liability on a person for another person’s negligent act (Lippman, 2009).
However, all the early constitutions are amended due to the alteration in the procedures and time consumption. The aim of the paper is to suggest whether the statement, “The Delegates to the 1897 National Convention on the Australian Constitution thought of the High Court of Australia as the protector of States Rights against encroachment from the new central government” is correct in the current scenario or it should have been amended in such a way that it would be beneficent for the state and the people.
se of one or more provisions of, or made under, primary legislation which cannot be read or given effect in a way which is compatible with the Convention rights, the authority was acting so as to give effect to or enforce those provisions.
The meaning of the word
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This course explores police activities and their impact on crime levels in an ever-changing society. In that regard, police administration emerges as a key learning point as far law, justice, and police departments are concerned.
Administrating police forces
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