Analysis of Pilotage and Pilots’ Limitation of Liability

  Provisional title of the thesis: A comparative analysis of pilotage and pilots’ limitation of liability in Australia. Area of investigation and/or the questions to be investigated Consider the following scenario. A vessel under the control of a compulsory pilot is maneuvering within a port limit. Master of the vessel follows the on-shore directions by […]

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advantages of presidential systems

One of the advantages of a presidential system is that the head of state is usually elected through a direct mandate. In terms of democracy, this makes the president’s authority more legitimate as he is elected directly by the people as oppose to being appointed indirectly. Another advantage of a presidential system is the stability […]

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Advantages Of The Criminal Trial Process Law Essay

In England and Wales the English legal system of criminal justice are operated on the basis and can be described as an adversarial system of justice. In an adversarial system, the parties are responsible for presenting evidence before passive and neutral trial judge or jury. This differs from an inquisitorial system, which is exists most […]

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Adverse Possession: Law and Effect

  To adequately address the controversy between whether or not adverse possession in England/Wales and positive prescription in Scotland are similar in effect, the law in both jurisdictions must first be discussed. Only then can the effects of same can be established and compared. When a property owner fails (within a specified time frame) to […]

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