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06 Nov. 2017

Le mythe de la séparation des pouvoirs

Dissertation - 4 pages - Droit constitutionnel

"Tout gouvernement a pour unique but le bien commun. Cet intérêt exige que les pouvoirs exécutifs, législatifs et judiciaires, soient distincts et définis, et que leur organisation assure la représentation libre des citoyens, la responsabilité des agents et l'impartialité des juges."...

17 Janv. 2010

English legal system: the Sources of English Law

Cours - 87 pages - Droit constitutionnel

The judicial decisions are the first to be found to develop a system. Today, they are still influencing the system as a whole. Judicial decisions have a weight that their continental counter part does not have. In England, under certain requirements, decisions are biding the judge with the...

03 févr. 2011

CAVEJ L1 Anglais juridique

Cours - 222 pages - Droit autres branches

Wales remained a separate entity from England until the 16th century. Wales is composed of a number of principalities (principautés) with distinct characteristics. Those differences resulted in various conflicts until the middle Ages. Fortunately, in 1536, the Act of Union integrated...

12 avril 2021

Le Royaume-Uni a-t-il une constitution ? - publié le 08/04/2021

Dissertation - 4 pages - Droit constitutionnel

La Constitution du Royaume-Uni se compose de règles constitutionnelles non écrites issues de la loi, de la jurisprudence, d'usages constitutionnels. Les premières règles font leur apparition au Moyen Âge. Aujourd'hui, le Royaume-Uni est l'un des deux seuls États occidentaux à...

23 Nov. 2021

Le royaume-uni a-t-il une constitution ? - publié le 21/11/2021

Dissertation - 3 pages - Droit constitutionnel

En 1769, selon le journaliste britannique Bagehot : "l'efficacité secrète de la Constitution anglaise réside dans l'étroite union, dans la fusion presque complète du pouvoir exécutif et du pouvoir législatif", ce qui définissait alors le régime parlementaire utilisé au Royaume-Uni. Mais...

07 Janv. 2016

The duties of the board of directors

Dissertation - 8 pages - Droit fiscal

The corporation according to how we understand it today, came into existence in the 19th century because entrepreneur needed a device to raise capital from a large number of investors. According to the legal dictionary: “the corporation is an organization formed with state governmental...

21 mai 2021

An Introduction to the study of the law of the constitution - Albert Venn Dicey (1885)

Commentaire de texte - 2 pages - Droit constitutionnel

Le texte que nous allons étudier est "An Introduction to the study of the law of the constitution" de Albert Venn Dicey. Albert Venn Dicey est un juriste britannique, théoricien des lois constitutionnelles. Dicey est un diplômé du Balliol College d'Oxford et a été professeur à...

19 mai 2021

Une constitution non écrite est-elle moins contraignante qu'une constitution écrite ?

Dissertation - 3 pages - Droit constitutionnel

Dans un cadre démocratique, la Constitution représente ainsi un enjeu politique et symbolique très important et c'est pourquoi la plupart des pays sont dotés de Constitutions écrites. Historiquement, nous pouvons constater que faire le choix d'une Constitution écrite sert à marquer un...

15 Mars 2007

United Kingdom Immigration Laws, asylum laws and anti terrorism Laws

Dissertation - 5 pages - Droit international

In recent years, public attention has been focused on asylum seekers, but their numbers have fallen sharply. They are now less than 40,000 a year of whom only a quarter are given permission to stay in Britain, yet only one in five is actually removed. Meanwhile, other forms of immigration have...

21 mai 2007

What are the various means allowing the pacific regulation of the disputes?

Dissertation - 4 pages - Droit international

The Hague Peace Conference of 1899, marked a new phase in the history of international arbitration. It ended by adopting a Convention on the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes, which dealt not only with arbitration but also with other methods of pacific settlement. Then...

10 mai 2010

Public international law - the problems associated with the proliferation of international judicial bodies

Dissertation - 7 pages - Droit international

Since the end of the Cold War, a new phenomenon in international law has surfaced: the proliferation of international judicial bodies as a consequence of the increasing number of treaties. More than just a numeral observation, there have been changes concerning the nature and competences of these...

05 juil. 2009

The difficult application of canadian criminal law in Nunavut

Thèse - 57 pages - Droit international

With its creation in 1999, the new territory of Nunavut hoped to solve the social and economical problems it was facing. For the second time in the history of the Poles, indigenous people were given the right by the government to decide their future. The first Inuit to be recognized were the...

16 Janv. 2007

Principles and Practices of Consumer's Protection within the European Union

Dissertation - 19 pages - Droit européen

The objective of the European Union is to protect the health, safety and the economic well-being of its citizens. In this regard, it is the responsibility of the EU to promote the right to information, help in safeguarding the interests and encourage the member states to set up consumer...

23 Nov. 2009

Le régime britannique est-il encore parlementaire ?

Dissertation - 3 pages - Droit constitutionnel

Le régime parlementaire est né en Grande-Bretagne en 1782, et a été très vite considéré comme un modèle. Pour preuve, il s'est étendu par la suite en France sous la Restauration et la monarchie de Juillet, et dans de nombreux états d'Europe ou du Commonwealth. Les règles du régime britannique...

10 Sept. 2007

From Russia with Love: Lessons of the Noga arbitration case

Mémoire - 20 pages - Droit international

Globalization is the new buzz word and the lingua franca of international business. With the numerous advantages flowing through globalization, this new process is taking a new shape by getting more critical and unyielding. To elucidate further on its uphill spin, an onlooker can observe its...

22 Mars 2003

La constitution d'un équilibre des pouvoirs en Grande Bretagne à partir de la glorious revolution

Dissertation - 6 pages - Droit constitutionnel

La Grande Bretagne est une monarchie constitutionnelle remontant au IXème siècle, une des plus ancienne du monde. Pour cela elle peut être regardée comme le chef de file ou la référence des pays fondateurs du droit constitutionnel. La première caractéristique de ce régime est l'absence de...

09 déc. 2005

Implementation of European Law in a federal state: The Belgian case between coherence and autonomy

Fiche - 9 pages - Droit européen

‘Ultimately the impact of EU rules depends on the willingness and capacity of Member States authorities to ensure that they are transposed and enforced effectively and fully and on time' (Graver) . This statement from the European Commission in its White Paper on Governance deals with the...

18 Janv. 2010

English Legal System : The Administration of England and Wales

Cours - 93 pages - Droit autres branches

We'll study the administration of justice in England and Wales. Scotland has it's own courts and system. Civil and criminal justice have come close to each other. They must be treated separately because they are very different in particular in the point of view of appeals and the...

05 Nov. 2010

CAVEJ M1 Cours Anglais juridique

Cours - 120 pages - Droit autres branches

So now, let's examine what is a contract at English law. Before we actually go into the details of the characteristics of English contracts, it is necessary to define what precisely a contract is. Essentially, in English law, a contract is an agreement between two or more parties that the...

05 mai 2002

The question of certain expenses of the United Nations (Article 17 paragraph 2)

Dissertation - 8 pages - Droit international

The issues with regard to certain expenses related to United Nations (Article 17 paragraph 2) had been taken to the International Court of Justice for an advisory opinion by the 1731 XVI resolution adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations of 20th December 1961. The International...

28 Oct. 2009

How far, if at all, does it matter that the United Kingdom does not have a written constitution?

Dissertation - 2 pages - Droit européen

Today, the majority of states have written constitutions. It is generally seen as a prerequisite for any new state. They arise due to political events, such as the one formulated in 1793 consequent to the French Revolution. In a state with a written constitution, that one document is the supreme...

14 avril 2010

The Implementation of the Third Pillar of the European Union in Hungary

Dissertation - 13 pages - Droit européen

Hungary acceded to the European Union on the 1st May 2004, thus it is one of the newer member states of the organization. In this paper we are going to introduce the Hungarian implementation of five (former) third pillar issues. We will examine the legal background of these areas of justice-and...

27 Nov. 2007

Vienna Convention on consular relations

Commentaire d'arrêt - 9 pages - Droit international

THE HAGUE, 10 March 2005. Today the International Court of Justice, the principal judicial organ of the United Nations, delivered its Judgment in the case concerning Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (Paraguay v. United States of America). On 3 April 1998, the Republic of Paraguay filed...

19 août 2010

Systèmes juridiques comparés

Dissertation - 60 pages - Droit international

Il n'y a pas d'ordre comparatiste. Le droit comparé est une méthode dont l'objet premier est de permettre au juriste, grâce à une connaissance des droits étrangers, d'affiner sa propre perception du droit, conçue comme un système de normes et un système de valeurs. Le droit exprime des valeurs...

15 Mars 2013

Confessing antitrust criminals: The art of juggling with carrots, sticks and transatlantic disturbances

Étude de cas - 15 pages - Droit autres branches

Fighting cartels is not an easy business to be in. Companies operating cartels are of course very much aware of the illegality of their conduct under the antitrust laws. For that reason, cartels are typically operated in secrecy and considerable efforts are devoted by the participants to avoiding...

03 avril 2009

International Business Law

Dissertation - 10 pages - Droit des affaires

A buyer, who had previously ordered phones from a Company, recently ordered a batch of 2,500 phones from it at the price of 40/unit, for a total of 100,000, plus a fixed 500 shipping charge, for delivery to "CIF Miami." At the Buyer's request, the phones have the Buyer's logo printed on...

14 avril 2009

High Court of Justice Chancery Division on 29th October 2008, Carr v Beavan: the testamentary capacity

Commentaire d'arrêt - 4 pages - Droit civil

The court has to focus on the testator mental capacity at the time of making his will, since a man diminished in physical and even mental strength may nevertheless make a valid will, provided that he was in possession of his full capacity at the precise time of the writing of the will. In order...

26 Janv. 2009

Courts, unelected tyrants and public forums

Dissertation - 6 pages - Droit constitutionnel

In 2000, during the American presidential elections, the role of the Supreme Court was highly contested. Indeed, it consists of a majority of judges appointed by republican presidents and it decided to stop counting the voices manually in contested towns in Florida and George Bush won the...

08 juil. 2010

The codecision procedure

Dissertation - 3 pages - Droit européen

The article 251 of the European Community and the article 189 b of the European Treaty are the landmarks in European history, as they settled the co decision procedure and therefore put forward the European parliament. The European Parliament used to be the poor parent of the European...

10 juil. 2009

The relationship between investment law and the human right: present provisions and proposals for the future

Dissertation - 9 pages - Droit international

Since 1945, the investment law became more and more important with the development of the transnational corporations and the direct investments abroad within the framework of the globalization of flows of capital. The relationship with the countries of the South sets a major problem in this...