10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QUESTION OF LAW»
Discover the use of question of law
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to question of law
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Canadian Media Law
Whether the words or images or sounds complained of are reasonably capable
of a defamatory meaning in their natural and ordinary meaning, that is, of being
defamatory, is a question of law for the judge. Whether the words, images or ...
Robert Martin, Stuart Adam, 1994
Essentials: A Concise Guide
... and others "questions of fact" for the jury.24 For example, anticipation is a
question of fact for the jury,25 but obviousness is a question of law for the judge.
26 Claim interpretation is a question of law,27 but infringement is a question of
The Inherent Right of
Self-Defence in International Law
This book unravels the legal and factual complications that have obscured the answer to this question.
Basic Tort Law
: Cases, Statutes, and Problems
The . . . question of foreseeability can be relevant both to the element of duty (the
existence of which is a question of law) and the element of proximate causation (
the existence of which is a question of fact). The temptation therefore is to merge
Arthur Best, David W. Barnes, 2007
and the Question of
the Animal: A Critical Jurisprudence
It is a challenging task indeed to engage with the manifold interactions between
human social construction, living bio-materiality and the polyphony of
complexities attending the question of law and its constitutive role, but the book
you hold in ...
Yoriko Otomo, Edward Mussawir, 2013
Federal Administrative Law
Questions of Law [13.22] A question of law may arise in the making of a decision.
This may be a question about the substantive law or the procedural law of the
decision. Generally, where a party makes a major submission to a decision
Christopher Enright, 2001
, Violence, and the Possibility of
The result is a remarkable volume that stimulates us to reconsider connections that we too often leave unexplored. "This volume performs an important function.
Judicial Review and Compliance with Administrative Law
Be that as it may, the courts are capable of applying differing standards to their
exercise of this power of interference. Two approaches seem to be present in the
case law. First, the courts have treated as a question of law the application of ...
Foundations of Law
: Cases, Commentary and Ethics
Distinguishing fact from law is not a simple matter. Generally, facts are concerned
with what happened—answers to the questions of who, when, what, and how.
These are questions or issues of fact. A question of law involves the application
Carol Bast, Ransford Pyle, 2010
The Anatomy of
As a result, when a court answers a question of law in a tort case, it will be
concerned not only with the impact of that answer on the dispute before it, but
also with its impact on other similar disputes which may already have arisen or
which may ...