Property Damage in UK Law

  • Compensation for harm caused by nuclear installations: what’s the damage?
    • Núm. 10-1, Abril 2018
    • Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law
    • 17-35
    Purpose: This paper aims to explain the changes to the liability regime for nuclear installations before reviewing the traditional heads of damage under the 1965 Act. It argues that while there is ...
    ...... to an “occurrence”in the purposes of the 1965 Act, disappointingly, little hasbeen done to clarify how concepts of personal injury and property damage under the Act sit alongsidetraditional tort notionsleaving the law highly dependent on earlier, but not always consistent,case law. Thepaper ......
  • Mandatory Compensation Orders for Crime Victims and the Rhetoric of Restorative Justice
    • Núm. 36-1, Abril 2003
    • Journal of Criminology (formerly Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology)
    Abstract Increased recognition of the need for victims of crime to be integrated into the criminal justice system and to receive adequate reparation has led, in a nu...
    ...... 1998) went further and made compensation orders compulsory for property damage or loss resulting from certain crimes. This article shows that ......
  • Predictive validity of the START with intellectually disabled offenders
    • Núm. 16-1, Febrero 2014
    • The Journal of Forensic Practice
    • 78-88
    Purpose: – Offenders with intellectual disability (ID) have been largely neglected in past forensic literature on assessment of dynamic risk factors. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the pr...
    ...... to others (area under the curve(AUC)¼0.710, p o0.001) and property damage/theft (AUC¼0.730, po0.001), over a 30-day period,reducing to ......
  • Contaminated properties, trespass, and underground rents
    • Núm. 30-3, Abril 2012
    • Journal of Property Investment & Finance
    • 304-320
    Purpose: This paper seeks to extend the literature on property damage assessment by incorporating the right of exclusion as a compensable component to damages. The paper aims to go on to illustrate...
    ...... – This paper seeks to extend the literature on property damage assessment by incorporatingthe right of exclusion as a compensable ......
  • Police Responses to Woman Battering: Victim Advocates' Reports*
    • Núm. 7-1-3, Enero 2000
    • International Review of Victimology
    Most of the research on police responses to battered women has been conducted by surveying or observing the police or by using forms completed by the police. This study takes a unique approach by u...
    ...... reason the police were called included a sexual assault, property damage, or a violated 1POffRO. Notably, whether a (non-sexual) ......
  • Impact of traffic Enforcement on Traffic Safety
    • Núm. 19-4, Diciembre 2017
    • International Journal of Police Science and Management
    Motor vehicle crashes (MVCs) have a huge cost to society in terms of death, injury and property damage. The cost of fatal MVCs alone is estimated at US $44 billion per year. Among many confounding ...
    ...... (MVCs) have a huge cost to society in terms of death, injury and property damage. The cost of fatal MVCs alone is estimated at US $44 billion per ......
  • REVIEWS: COMBATING THE OTHER DRUG PROBLEM
    • Núm. 48-3, Mayo 1985
    • The Modern Law Review
    Book reviewed in this article: Corporate Crime in the Pharmaceutical Industry. By J. Braithwaite Roche versus Adams. By S. Aams Compensation for Criminal Damage to Property. By D. S. Greer and V. A...
    ...... The first claims fl.2 million in damages against La Roche and the EEC Commission. The second seeks a ... would take a different view, since it is their property rights that are so magnanimously treated. (For a more general ......
  • A prospective validation study of the START:AV
    • Núm. 19-2, Mayo 2017
    • The Journal of Forensic Practice
    • 115-129
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore the validity and reliability of the Short-Term Assessment of Risk and Treatability: Adolescent Version (START:AV) to determine if it has predictive ...
    ...... in relation tophysical aggression, severe verbal aggression, property damage and self-harm, in a medium secure setting.In addition, the authors ......
  • The Modelling of Threats: Evidence from the British Crime Survey
    • Núm. 3-3, Septiembre 1994
    • International Review of Victimology
    Threats to kill, to injure, or to damage property stimulate fear and anxiety in the victim and his/her immediate human environment. Previous research has used sociodemographic attributes and lifest...
    ...... of Manchester ABSTRACT Threats to kill, to injure, or to damage property stimulate fear and anxiety in the victim and his/her ......
  • Pure Economic Loss in Negligence: Has England got it wrong? Does Australia have it right?
    • Núm. 1-1, Enero 2011
    • Southampton Student Law Review
    • Marilena Stylianou
    • 20-42
    The exclusionary rule regarding recovery for pure economic loss in negligence in England has been the subject of academic debate for a long time. The law of negligence in England has developed in s...
    ...... in such a way as to protect people in cases of physical harm or damage to property, but it does not generally allow for recovery when the loss is ......
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