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Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 88A 2013 Rights and Freedoms

The Halsbury’s Laws Rights and Freedoms title is a detailed exposition of each of the fundamental human rights from the right to life to the right to free elections.

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ISBN/ISSN: 9781405783170
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The Halsbury’s Laws Rights and Freedoms title is a detailed exposition of each of the fundamental human rights from the right to life to the right to free elections. This comprehensive title includes material on the Human Rights Act 1998, giving effect to the European Convention on Human Rights, and UK obligations under international law deriving from the EU and the UN. It also explains the principles of interpretation and restrictions on rights.   

Companion titles to Rights and Freedoms include Vol 20 Constitutional and Administrative Law, andVol 33; Discrimination.

The law is stated as at 1 March 2013, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

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Table of contents

Contents
1. Origins of Rights and Freedoms
2. Domestic Sources of Rights and Freedoms
3. International Sources of Rights and Freedoms and Their Institutions
4. The Fundamental Rights and Freedoms
5. How Rights and Freedoms Work