Civil Law in UK Law
Frustrating the Fraudster — Civil Law Weapons
Fraud has never respected national boundaries. But the advent of the Internet and modern technology has increased the ease with which money and documents can be transferred worldwide. The Fraud Adv...
Insurance Fraud and the Role of the Civil Law
Two UK Supreme Court decisions have considered insurance fraud. The first, Versloot Dredging BV v HDI‐Gerling Industries Versicherung (The DC Merwestone), concerned the use of a fraudulent device b...
The civil law: a potent crime-fighting device
Purpose: – The purpose of this paper is to increase the awareness of attorneys-at-law about the potential risks that they may encounter as a result of the developments in “intermeddler liability”. ...
- Privacy, Property and Personality: Civil Law Perspectives on Commercial Appropriation by Huw Beverley‐Smith, Ansgar Ohly and Agnes Lucas‐Schloetter
SITUATIONS WHERE LIABILITY WILL ARISE UNDER CIVIL LAW IN ENGLAND AND WALES WHEN BANKS AND OTHERS HANDLE PROCEEDS OF CORRUPTION
The Committee has considered the present state of English civil law in relation to remedies available to victims of money laundering. We summarise here the relevant rules and principles of English ...
- The Conflict of Laws and Statutes: The International Operational of Legislation Dealing With Matters of Civil Law in the United Kingdom and Australia
The Limits of the Law: An Analysis of the Interrelationship of the Criminal and Civil Law in the Control of Money Laundering
In recent years the divide between areas of law, which have hitherto been perceived, in most systems of jurisprudence, as relatively and mutually distinct, has narrowed and in some instances all bu...
Civil Remedies in Law Enforcement: The Planning Experience
Enforcement of regulatory controls has traditionally been left to the criminal law. In the last 15 years there has been an increasing interest in using civil remedies for this purpose. Most of the ...
- The Turkish Revolution of 1926: The Transition Process of Family Law from Ottoman Legal Heritage to Turkish Civil Law
- Police Discretion and the Rule of Law: Economic Community Rights versus Civil Rights
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