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The Jersey Law Review - 2004

VOLUME 8 ISSUE 1 FEBRUARY 2004

VOLUME 8 ISSUE 2 JUNE 2004

VOLUME 8 ISSUE 3 OCTOBER 2004

 

VOLUME 8 ISSUE 1 FEBRUARY 2004    (back to top)

 

Contents

 

Miscellany

 

Articles

 

Shams, piercing veils, remedial constructive trusts and tracing

David Hayton

Evaluating the role of the Parish Hall Enquiry

Peter Raynor & Helen Miles

Any Friday in the Saturday Court

Cyril Whelan

Can we be at ease with the Remise ?

Frederick Benest & Michael Wilkins

Some employee protection at last

Wendy Malorey

 

 

Shorter Articles and Notes

 

Citation from other legal systems

Richard Southwell QC

Citation from other legal systems : a reply

Gordon Dawes

Gathering dust ?  The creation  and operation of the Jersey Law Commission

Alan Binnington

Security agreements – the need to specify

Fraser Robertson

The settlor / trustee relationship – some sense at last

Julian Clyde-Smith

 

 

Case Summaries

 

A Summary of Legislation adopted by the States of Jersey 1st September – 31st December 2003

 

Book review

 

 

 

 

 

VOLUME 8 ISSUE 2 JUNE 2004    (back to top)

 

Contents

 

Articles

 

Constitutional relationships within the Bailiwick of Guernsey

Nik van Leuven QC

The structure of a pro forma Jersey conveyance

Richard Falle

The nature of tenancies under Guernsey Law

Simon Howitt

 

 

Shorter Articles and Notes

 

Trustees' applications for directions and the European Convention on Human Rights

Paul Matthews

No legal system is an island, entire of itself

Timothy Hanson

 

 

Case Summaries

 

A Summary of Legislation adopted by the States of Jersey 1st January – 30th April  2004

 

Letter to the Editor

 

 

 

 

 

VOLUME 8 ISSUE 3 OCTOBER 2004    (back to top)

 

Contents

 

Miscellany

 

Articles

 

From custom to code – the usefulness of the Code Civil in contemporary Guernsey jurisprudence

Gordon Dawes

The Sexual Offences Act, 2003 - is Jersey falling behind?

Cyril Whelan

Jersey competition law: from Le Geyt to modern statute

Mark Renouf

Jersey and the United Kingdom: a choice of destiny (1)

Richard Falle

 

 

Shorter Articles and Notes

 

Jersey and the United Kingdom:  a choice of destiny (2)

John Kelleher

Jersey and the United Kingdom: a choice of destiny (3)

Alan Binnington

The informal ‘freeze’ under Proceeds of Crime (Jersey) Law 1999

David O’Mahony

 

 

Case Summaries

 

A Summary of Legislation adopted by the States of Jersey 1st January – 30th April  2004

 

Letter to the Editor

 

 

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