Ecclesiastical Dispute in UK Law

    • Núm. 31-6, Noviembre 1968
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... Catholic Church, which was adopted by English ecclesiastical law, that a marriage void on the ground that there was no ... dependants merely because one of them had failed to dispute or had conciirred in the assertion of its validity by the ......
  • Dominium in Thirteenth and Fourteenth-Century Political Thought and its Seventeenth-Century Heirs: John of Paris and Locke
    • Núm. 33-1, Marzo 1985
    • Political Studies
    Dominium, the notion of lordship, underwent important changes during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. An examination of the de potestate regia et papali genre, especially the tract by the D...
    ...... library holdings and own tract ‘on civil and ecclesiastical power’ as well as his Second Treatise, express a debt to the ... state alone possessed real power.I2 The sacerdotium-regnum dispute had, in effect, been going on for centuries. During the ......
  • Arches Court
    • Núm. 56-3, Agosto 1992
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    ...... v Taylor [1992] 1 All ER 437 is of interest beyond its ecclesiastical setting, particularly as it demon- strates how easy it is for ... that the appeal must be allowed; but, as there was still a dispute, the case was remitted to the consistory court to be re-tried ......
  • Responsibility, ‘Bad Luck’, and Delinquent Animals: Law as a Means of Explaining Tragedy
    • Núm. 73-6, Diciembre 2009
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    This article examines the phenomenon of the prosecution and punishment of animals in medieval and early modern Western legal systems. Animal trials are important because examining them can help us ...
    ...... even in our time ful fi l cultural needs that extend far beyond dispute resolution and adjudication ’ . 15 Above n. 8 at xiii – xxix. 16 ...44 He argues that the ecclesiastical trials were not ‘ authentic ’ or ‘ actual ’ legal trials, ......
  • Brexit MK II The Road from Rome in the 1530’s
    • Tales of Brexits Past and Present
    • 61-72
    ......Needless to say, in general, disputes werevery local and related to individuals within individual ...For the ecclesiastical lawyers, it was unfortunate that the King’sdesire to change wife ......
    • Núm. 8-1‐2, Marzo 1945
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... as had previously been applied by the Ecclesiastical Courts. The learned judge ascertained that the Ecclesiastical ... They disputed the lawfulness of the Order of Detention, taking the view ......
  • Blasphemy In Irish Law1
    • Núm. 23-2, Marzo 1960
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... the Statutes in Force in Ireland relating to Ecclesiastical Matters, etc. (Dublin, 1751) ; E. Bullingbroke, Ecclesiasfical ... A legal dispute about the will of William Thompson, an Irish Socialist and ......
  • Jurisdictional Problems In Nullity
    • Núm. 23-6, Noviembre 1960
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... of the Court of Appeal was that the ecclesiastical courts entertained suits of nullity in cases where the ... matters alleged in the petition do not in any way dispute the validity of the ceremony as affecting a marriage.” l7 ......
  • The Privilege against Self-Incrimination from Early Origins to Judges' Rules: Challenging the ‘Orthodox View’
    • Núm. 18-2, Abril 2014
    • International Journal of Evidence & Proof, The
    The history of the privilege against self-incrimination is one replete with contention and indeed confusion. This stems from the fact that the exact origin, initial purposes and very meaning of the...
    ...... origin, initial purposes and very meaning of the privilege are disputed. Various interpretations have been ascribed to the privilege since its ... early to mid-17th century, following the abolition of the ecclesiastical and prerogative courts of High Commission and Star Chamber respectively ......
  • Recent Developments In Nullity Jurisdiction
    • Núm. 20-6, Noviembre 1957
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... This distinction was not drawn by the ecclesiastical courts the competence of which was in all cases deter- mined ... of any use in cases where the point of law was in dispute; it would then still be necessary for expert evidence to be ......
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