Tort in UK Law
- Law Reform (Married Women and Tort-feasors) Act 1935
Occupiers' Liability Act 1957
...... the operation in relation to the Crown of laws made by the Parliament of Northern Ireland for similar purposes or otherwise amending the law of tort, and for purposes connected therewith. B. e. it enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and. with the advice and consent of the ......
Trade Disputes Act 1906
......other person to dispose of his capital or his labour as he wills. S-4. Prohibition of actions of tort against trade unions.4 Prohibition of actions of tort against trade unions. (1) An action against a trade union, whether of workmen. or masters, or ......
Occupiers' Liability Act 1984
......Application to Crown.3 Application to Crown. Section 1 of this Act shall bind the Crown, but as regards. the Crown's liability in tort shall not bind the Crown further than. the Crown is made liable in tort by the Crown Proceedings Act 1947.S-4. Short title, commencement and ......
Latent Damage Act 1986
......to obtain (and, where appropriate, to act on) that advice. (7) This section shall bind the Crown, but as regards the. Crown's liability in tort shall not bind the Crown further than. the Crown is made liable in tort by the Crown Proceedings Act 1947. . Supplementary. Supplementary. S-4. ......
- Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977
Employment Act 1982
....... (1) Nothing in section 13 of the 1974 Act shall prevent. an act being actionable in tort in any case where a person. induces or attempts to induce another— . . ( a . ) to incorporate in a contract to which that other person. is a ......
Civil Liability (Contribution) Act 1978
......compensation from him in respect of that damage (whatever. the legal basis of his liability, whether tort, breach of contract,. breach of trust or otherwise). . (2) References in this Act to an action brought by or on. behalf of the person who suffered ......
Trade Union and Labour Relations Act 1974
......and being sued in its own name, whether in proceedings. relating to property or founded on contract or tort. or any other cause of action whatsoever;. . . ( d . ) proceedings for any offence alleged to have been committed. by it or on its behalf may be ......
Law Reform (Contributory Negligence) Act 1945
......which would have been recoverable if the claimant had not been. at fault. (3) Section six of the Law Reform (Married Women and Tortfeasors) Act, 1935. (which relates to proceedings against,. and contribution between, joint and several tortfeasors), shall. apply in any case where two or ......
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