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Personal Insolvency Practice: Litigation, Procedure and Preceden
Personal Insolvency Practice: Litigation, Procedure and Preceden
By: Mark Watson-Gandy
TT$969.00 (US$158.85)
The Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016 introduced comprehensive changes to the practice, precedents and procedures - the biggest change to insolvency for over 20 years. This new edition of Personal Insolvency Practice is a comprehensive starting point for all practitioners, whether solicitors or barristers. Up-to-date and practical, this book provides an easy to follow, `how to do it' guide for all the common court applications in personal insolvency. Covering areas as diverse as statutory demands, bankruptcy petitions, interim orders, permission to act as a director, setting aside preferences and transactions at an under...
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Chance, Cheek and Some Heroics
Chance, Cheek and Some Heroics
By: Frederic Reynold
TT$205.00 (US$33.61)
These memoirs show the wit and acuity of a highly-trained legal mind while being a real pleasure read at the same time. They also provide a brief and entertaining account of what it was like to grow up with a refugee background in both wartime and immediate post-war Britain. Freddy Reynold has had an exceptionally long career, during which he appeared in many landmark cases in different areas of law and engaged with most of the elite advocates and judges of the times. Although his descriptions of the past are illuminating, they are always written with the present and future of advocacy in mind. His comments on the present state of t...
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True Tales of Trying Times: Legal Fables for Today
True Tales of Trying Times: Legal Fables for Today
By: Bob Rains
TT$132.00 (US$21.64)
Professor Rains provides a humorous collection of modern-day fables based on actual law cases. These tales are for everyone, not just lawyers, but people too. The fables and their accompanying morals offer us ironic views of the illusive quest for justice in the American legal system. As noted by Justice Eakin in his Foreword, these stories all have value, if only as examples of what not to do. The Professor's reporting makes them come alive, giving us a collection reflecting the wide range of predicaments created by the human species and other non-rational creatures. We throw our self-made problems into the judicial cauldron, w...
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A Practitioner's Guide to Mental Health Law
A Practitioner's Guide to Mental Health Law
By: Michael Butler
TT$560.00 (US$91.80)
A Practitioner's Guide to Mental Health Law is a comprehensive and practical guide written by a leading practitioner in the field. This step by step guide to practice and procedure identifies common areas of difficulty and provides suggested solutions. Those areas of most concern to mental health lawyers are covered in depth to provide a clear and easy-to-read source of key information. The book examines all aspects of this complex, but fascinating area of law and particular attention is paid to areas of rapid expansion such as that of mental capacity. Structured in an accessible way, this book will guide you through the key iss...
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Judicial Precedent and Arbitration: Are Arbitrators Bound by Jud
Judicial Precedent and Arbitration: Are Arbitrators Bound by Jud
By: Guilherme Rizzo Amaral
TT$663.00 (US$108.69)
One of the cornerstones of arbitration is the finality of arbitral awards. Saving rare exceptions, arbitral awards cannot be subject to challenges based on the arbitrator's errors of law. Furthermore, there is no hierarchy between arbitral tribunals and judicial courts, nor are arbitrators part of any judicial system. Thus, if arbitrators are not part of any hierarchical scheme and if there is no challenge or appeal available against their errors of law, how could one say that arbitrators have a duty to follow judicial precedents? Besides, when individuals agree to solve their disputes outside the judicial arena, should they exp...
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Corruption in International Arbitration
Corruption in International Arbitration
By: Dr Inan Uluc
TT$663.00 (US$108.69)
Corruption represents a great menace to national and international development. It jeopardizes democracy, human rights, and social justice. Consequently, corruption is vehemently abhorred and denunciated by members of the international arbitration arena. Unfortunately, while these players purport repugnance towards corruption and do not condone corrupt acts, a misplaced distrust of the arbitral process, as a proper dispute resolution system, has arisen. Indisputably, corruption's involvement in arbitration is far from novel. Nonetheless, there remains a lack of uniformity among arbitral tribunals on how to tackle corruption. ...
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