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Lord Denning : The Discipline of Law [Paperback]

Lord Alfred Denning
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Table of Contents

  • <b>Part One.</b>
  • The Construction of Documents
  • Introduction
  • 1.: Command of language
  • 2.: The interpretation of statutes
  • 3.: The interpretation of wills and other unilateral documents
  • 4.: The construction of contracts
  • 5.: Looking for help
  • <b>Part Two.</b>
  • Misuse of Ministerial Powers
  • Introduction
  • 1.: Deciding wrongly
  • 2.: Clauses ousting the courts
  • 3.: Declarations
  • 4.: Other points on tribunals
  • 5.: Administrative decisions
  • 6.: Clauses giving unfettered discretion
  • 7.: Prerogative power
  • 8.: The Ultra Vires clause
  • <b>Part Three.</b>
  • Locus Standi
  • Introduction
  • 1.: Modern extensions
  • 2.: The Blackburn cases
  • 3.: Declaration and injunction
  • 4.: The remedy of judicial review
  • 5.: Private rights
  • 6.: The Gouriet case
  • <b>Part Four.</b>
  • Abuse of 'Group' Powers
  • Introduction
  • 1.: Powers against own members
  • 2.: Powers against other persons
  • Conclusion
  • <b>Part Five.</b>
  • High Trees
  • Introduction
  • 1.: The High Trees case
  • Conclusion
  • <b>Part Six.</b>
  • Negligence
  • Intoduction
  • 1.: Leading up to Candler v Crane, Christmas
  • 2.: Doctors at law
  • 3.: The impact of Hedley Byrne
  • 4.: Houses falling down
  • 5.: Innocent representation made actionable
  • 6.: Surprising consequences
  • Conclusion
  • <b>Part Seven.</b>
  • The Doctrine of Precedent
  • Introduction
  • 1.: The doctrine of precedent
  • Conclusion
  • Epilogue
  • Index

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