Claims and Disputes in UK Law

  • Comment: Risk Allocation Norms of Civil Construction Contracts in Ethiopia
    • Nbr. 11-2, July 2017
    • Mizan Law Review
    • Yohannes Eneyew Ayalew
    • Yohannes Eneyew Ayalew, NFP Fellow in International Human Rights Law at Faculty of Law ( University of Groningen, The Netherlands); LL.M (Addis Ababa University) and LL.B (Wollo University). Formerly served as Lecturer and Head of School of Law at Samara University. E-mail: <eneyewyohannes@gmail.com>.
    • 440-456
    Risk is any uncertainty in an industry including the construction sector. Claims and disputes arise when risks occur in construction projects. This comment discusses risk allocation under Ethiopian...
    ......Claims and disputes arise when risks occur in construction projects. This ......
  • Sensitivity Bargaining — An Alternative to Conflict
    • Nbr. 4-2, February 1975
    • Personnel Review
    • 17-23
    The British industrial relations system has, on the whole, tended to serve the country well, but it has failed to adapt to new conditions in the postwar period and has faltered. More importantly th...
    ...... been seen to fail in the achievement of orderly settlements to claims, grievances and disputes. One result has been legislation in the shape of ......
  • Juridification in Chinese Labour Law: a cautionary tale of remuneration disputes
    • Nbr. 41-6, October 2019
    • Employee Relations
    • 1273-1287
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the post-enactment status of China’s Labour Contract Law and Labour Dispute Mediation and Arbitration Law, focusing on the dramatic rise in remunera...
    ......The intrinsic features ofremuneration disputes are investigated to delineate subcategories of claims. Several judges were alsointerviewed to further explore the nature of remuneration disputes.Findings –Four types of remuneration claims were ......
  • Parliamentary Bills of Rights: An Alternative Model?
    • Nbr. 69-1, January 2006
    • The Modern Law Review
    This paper examines the emergence of a new model for protecting rights (referred to as the ‘parliamentary rights’ model) in Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the Australian Capital Terri...
    ...... on of rights or the resolution of disagreements involving claims of rights than those ar ising from more judicial-cen- tric bills of ... who doubt the virtue or prudence of conceiving of political disputes as legal rights claims for whichthe judiciaryhas the domina ntrole in ......
  • Do self-determining states have a conditional right to exclude would-be immigrants?
    • Nbr. 21-2, April 2022
    • European Journal of Political Theory
    Why should (or should not) we have a system of different states that each claim both internal and external sovereignty? How can the state gain its legitimate authority to rule? What is the problem ...
    ......’? How should states respond to different groups’ secession claims? To what extent should states have the right to control their borders? ... succession claims, cosmo- politan ideals, the colonial legacy and disputes over borders and resources. Corresponding author: Jinyu Sun, School of ......
  • The Peaceful Resolution of Territorial Disputes dataset, 1945–2015
    • Nbr. 58-2, March 2021
    • Journal of Peace Research
    This article introduces the Peaceful Resolution of Territorial Disputes (PRTD) dataset, covering all interstate territorial disputes (1945–2015). Our dataset captures proposals for the peaceful res...
    ......Our dataset captures proposals for the peaceful resolution of territorial disputes made by states involved in territorial claims at the disputant-year level. These proposals provide a concrete measure of changing state preferences toward negotiations, non-binding, and binding ......
  • An examination of the impact of records on the value of artworks
    • Nbr. 18-3, October 2008
    • Records Management Journal
    • 221-235
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to discuss the role and type of records required to support the financial value of artworks and the importance of records for accountability. It looks at the i...
    ...... increasingly important with regard to ownershipdisputes, insurance claims, accountability for public spending, risk reduction and investment ... has been faced withdoubts and court cases related to ownership disputes over artworks, as a result ofThe current issue and full text archive of ......
  • Holding on to Legalism
    • Nbr. 23-3, September 2014
    • Social & Legal Studies
    Russian nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) increasingly pursue domestic change by litigating before the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR). The Russian government aims to decrease the amount ...
    ...... the state and the NGOs by examining, first, how NGOs mobilize claims before the Court as leverage in disputes, and second, how a restrictive ......
  • The effectiveness of treaty design in addressing water disputes
    • Nbr. 52-2, March 2015
    • Journal of Peace Research
    We examine the design features of treaties governing international rivers and empirically test their effectiveness in managing water disputes. We expect peaceful conflict management to be more succ...
    ......We expect peaceful conflict management to be more successful and militarized conflict to be less likely in dyadic river claims when riparians share membership in treaties with mechanisms for river basin organizations, information exchange, monitoring, enforcement, and ......
  • To Appease or to Concede? Contrasting Two Modes of Accommodation in International Conflict
    • Nbr. 20-1, March 2006
    • International Relations
    It is sometimes necessary in serious interstate disputes for a party to unilaterally accommodate an opponent’s demands or claims. Such unreciprocated or one-sided ac...
    ......, UK Abstract It is sometimes necessary in serious interstate disputes for a party to unilaterally accommodate an opponent’s demands or claims. ......
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