Cy-Prs II GCI
Dr. Mary Dobbs
Cy-prs doctrine: 4 steps.
Charitable status 3 criteria, as adapted by legislation
Occurrence of failure - broader notion now since legislation
(class I). Importance of:
Perry v. Truefit (1842) 6 Beav. 66, a case concerning two
types of hair treatment (Perrys Medicated Mexican Balm
and Truefitts Medicated Mexican Balm); Lord Langdale
described the offence in the following terms:
A man is not to se
Free Movement of Goods III
Summary of Article 34 TFEU
Measure of equivalent
If accused of copyright infringement you might respond
in a number of ways:
Query whether the work is protected
Establish that you have permission
You are using no more than an idea
You are using an insubstantial part
Global Business Law &
Explaining Regulation: Theoretical Approaches to
(Business) Law and Regulation and the Multinational
Dr. Dieter Pesendorfer
School of Law
Theories of Regulation
A theory of re
1) Focuses on what is going on in D's mind (internal elements):
Did she intend to do it?
Did she believe it would happen?
Did she foresee a risk it might happen?
Did she know of the circumstances?
What did she believe the circumstanc
QUESTION 2 :
What are the requirements of acceptance as provided under Contracts Act 1950
(Revised 1974) and decided cases.
Based on Section 2 (b) of Contracts Act 1950 states that when the person to
whom the proposal is made signifies his assent thereto,