Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 47 2014 Equitable Jurisdiction, Estoppel, Explosives, Extradition
Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 47 2014 Equitable Jurisdiction, Estoppel, Explosives, Extradition concerns the application of the maxims of equity and equitable doctrines in the exercise of the equitable jurisdiction.
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The Halsbury’s Laws Equitable Jurisdiction title concerns the application of the maxims of equity and equitable doctrines in the exercise of the equitable jurisdiction.
Estoppel describes the doctrine of estoppel, notably estoppel by deed, estoppel in pais, promissory estoppel and proprietary estoppel.
Explosives deals with the statutory control imposed in relation to the manufacture, keeping, sale and conveyance of explosives and fireworks.
The Extradition title lays out the law governing the formal surrender by one country to another of an individual accused or convicted of a criminal offence under the Extradition Act 2003.
Equitable Jurisdiction: His Honour Judge Sean Enright
Estoppel: Elizabeth Cooke, MA, LLM; Principal Judge of the Land Registration Division of the First-tier Tribunal, Property Chamber
Explosives: Mark Tyler, MA, LLM, CMIOSH; a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales; Managing Director, Salutaris Legal
Extradition: Anand Doobay, LLB, LLM; a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales
1. Historical Perspective
2. Jurisdiction and Equitable Remedies
3. Access to Equitable Remedies
4. Principles of Equitable Jurisdiction
5. Equity and Property
6. Equitable Relief against Penalties and Forfeitures
7. Equitable Relief in Cases of Fiduciary Relationship
8. Equitable Defences
1. Nature, Classification and Principles of Estoppel
2. Estoppel by Deed
3. Estoppel in Pais
4. Estoppel by Representation
1. Scope of Title and Defined Terms
2. Manufacture and Storage of Explosives
3. Possession, Marketing and Transportation of Explosives
4. Identification and Traceability of Explosives
5. Fireworks and Pyrotechnic Articles
6. Offences involving Explosives and Fireworks
1. The Law relating to Extradition
2. Principles of Extradition Law
3. Extradition to Category 1 Territories
4. Extradition to Category 2 Territories
5. Extradition to the United Kingdom
6. Police Powers and Evidence
The law is stated as at 1 April 2014, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.
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