What’s New in Halsbury’s Laws

Find the latest news from the Halsbury’s Laws team, whether it is an update to a title, events they are attending.

January 2022

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 18 (2022) contains the titles COMPETITION, and COMPULSORY ACQUISITION OF LAND.

These titles replace the titles of the same name contained in Volume 18 (2009).


The title COMPETITION covers:

  1. Introduction and Scope of Title;
  2. Anti-Competitive Practices;
  3. Mergers;
  4. Restraint of Trade;
  5. The United Kingdom Internal Market

The title COMPULSORY ACQUISITION OF LAND covers:

  1. Powers to Acquire Land;
  2. Steps in the Acquisition of Land;
  3. Purchase Money and Compensation;
  4. Payments for Disturbance Apart from Compensation;
  5. Use of Land Acquired and Compensation for Injury

This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 December 2021, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.


Consultant Editor for COMPETITION

KIERON BEAL, QC, MA (Cantab), LLM (Harvard), BL

Barrister and Master of the Bench of the Inner Temple;
Barrister, Bar of Ireland


Consultant Editor for COMPULSORY ACQUISITION OF LAND

MATTHEW REED, QC

of the Middle Temple, Barrister


Subscriber instructions: Upon receipt of volume 18 (2022), the old volume 18 (2009) may be archived.

ISBN: 9781474319669

Price: £774

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December 2021

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 13 (2021) contains the titles CHOSES IN ACTION, CLUBS, COMMONS, and COMMONWEALTH.

These titles replace the titles of the same name contained in Volume 13 (2017).


The title CHOSES IN ACTION covers:

  1. Description and Classification;
  2. Assignment of Choses in Action;
  3. Choses in Action not Capable of Assignment

The title CLUBS covers:

  1. Constitution and Management of Clubs and Club Property;
  2. Liabilities of Clubs, Their Members, Officers Etc;
  3. Dissolution of Clubs

The title COMMONS covers:

  1. Introduction to Commons;
  2. Rights of Common and Related Rights;
  3. Registration of Common Land;
  4. Rights and Duties of Freeholder and Commoners;
  5. Public Rights of Access Over Commons;
  6. Regulation of Commons and Works on Commons

The title COMMONWEALTH covers:

  1. The Commonwealth Association;
  2. Member Countries;
  3. Crown Dependencies and British Overseas Territories;
  4. The Extension of English Law

This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 November 2021, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.


CHOSES IN ACTION, CLUBS, and COMMONS

updated by

HALSBURY’S LAWS OF ENGLAND EDITORIAL TEAM


Title Adviser for COMMONWEALTH

ROBERT BLACKBURN, QC (Hon), PhD, LLD

Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales;
Professor of Constitutional Law, King’s College London


Subscriber instructions: Upon receipt of volume 13 (2021), the old volume 13 (2017) may be archived.

ISBN: 9781474323284

Price: £774

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December 2021

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 47 (2021) contains the titles EQUITABLE JURISDICTION, ESTOPPEL, EXPLOSIVES, and EXTRADITION.

These titles replace the titles of the same name contained in Volume 47 (2014).


The title EQUITABLE JURISDICTION covers:

  1. Historical Perspective;
  2. Jurisdiction and Equitable Remedies;
  3. Access to Equitable Remedies;
  4. Principles of Equitable Jurisdiction;
  5. Equity and Property;
  6. Equitable Relief Against Penalties and Forfeitures;
  7. Equitable Relief in Cases of Fiduciary Relationship;
  8. Equitable Defences

The title ESTOPPEL covers:

  1. Nature, Classification and Principles of Estoppel;
  2. Estoppel by Deed;
  3. Estoppel by Creation of Legal Relationship;
  4. Estoppel by Contract;
  5. Reliance‐Based Estoppel

The title EXPLOSIVES covers:

  1. Scope of Title and Defined Terms;
  2. Required Authorisations;
  3. Manufacture, Storage, Importation and Distribution of Explosives;
  4. Fireworks;
  5. Offences;
  6. Enforcement

The title EXTRADITION covers:

  1. The Law Relating to Extradition;
  2. Principles of Extradition Law;
  3. Extradition to Category 1 Territories;
  4. Extradition to Category 2 Territories;
  5. Extradition to the United Kingdom;
  6. Police Powers and Evidence

This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 November 2021, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.


Consultant Editors for EQUITABLE JURISDICTION

ALASTAIR HUDSON, LLB, LLM, PhD (Lond), FRSA, FHEA, FNTFS

Professor of Law, University of Reading
National Teaching Fellow
Barrister, Addington Chambers


Professor GRAHAM VIRGO, QC (Hon)

Senior Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education)
Professor of English Private Law, University of Cambridge
Fellow of Downing College, Cambridge
Bencher, Lincoln’s Inn


Consultant Editors for ESTOPPEL

PETER CRAMPIN, QC, MA (Oxon)

Radcliffe Chambers


PIERS FELTHAM, BA (Cantab)

Barrister, Radcliffe Chambers


Consultant Editor for EXPLOSIVES

SIMON TAYLOR, QC

of the Inner Temple


Consultant Editor for EXTRADITION

ANAND DOOBAY, LLB, LLM

a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales


Subscriber instructions: Upon receipt of volume 47 (2021), the old volume 47 (2014) may be archived.

ISBN: 9781474321259

Price: £774

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November 2021

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 39 (2021) contains the first part of the title EMPLOYMENT. Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 40 (2021) contains the second part of the title EMPLOYMENT. Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 41 (2021) contains the third part of the title EMPLOYMENT. Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 41A (2021) contains the last part of the EMPLOYMENT title.

This title replaces the title of the same name contained in Volumes 39 (2014), 40 (2014), 41 (2014), and 41A (2014).


The title EMPLOYMENT covers:

  1. Nature of a Contract of Employment;
  2. Rights Arising in the Course of Employment;
  3. Employment Training;
  4. Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures;
  5. Termination of Employment;
  6. Unfair Dismissal and Wrongful Dismissal;
  7. Redundancy Payments;
  8. Trade Unions;
  9. Employers’ Associations;
  10. Industrial Relations;
  11. Industrial Action;
  12. Legal Proceedings;
  13. Exploitation in the Labour Market

This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 October 2021, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.


Consultant Editor for EMPLOYMENT:

IAN SMITH, MA, LLB (Cantab)
of Gray’s Inn, Barrister;
Emeritus Professor of Employment Law;
School of Law, University of East Anglia

Subscriber instructions: Upon receipt of volumes 39 (2021), 40 (2021), 41 (2021), and 41A (2021), the old volumes 39 (2014), 40 (2014), 41 (2014), and 41A (2014) may be archived.

ISBNs: 9781474319621, 9781474319638, 9781474319645, 9781474319652

Price: £774 (each)

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September 2021

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 75 (2021) contains the titles MEDICAL PRODUCTS AND DRUGS and MENTAL HEALTH AND CAPACITY.

These titles replace the titles of the same name contained in Volume 75 (2013).


The title MEDICAL PRODUCTS AND DRUGS covers:

  1. Control of Medical Products;
  2. Medicines etc for Human Use;
  3. Veterinary Medicines;
  4. Blood and Blood Products;
  5. Medical Devices;
  6. Controlled Drugs;
  7. Poisons

The title MENTAL HEALTH AND CAPACITY covers:

  1. General Scheme of the Legislation;
  2. Mental Health Services;
  3. Mental Capacity;
  4. Court of Protection;
  5. The Public Guardian;
  6. Patients with Mental Disorder;
  7. Applications to Tribunals;
  8. Litigation;
  9. Offences

These titles were revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 August 2021, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.


Consultant Editors for MEDICAL PRODUCTS AND DRUGS

PETER FELDSCHREIBER, MBBS, FFPM, LLB;
of the Middle Temple, Barrister; Four New Square Chambers;
Fellow of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine, Royal College of Physicians

JOHN JOHNSTON, MB ChB MRCPI

Consultant Editors for MENTAL HEALTH AND CAPACITY

LEONIE HIRST, BA, MSc;
of the Inner Temple, Barrister

DR OLIVER LEWIS, LLB, MA, MPA, PhD;
of the Inner Temple, Barrister;
Visiting Professor of Law and Social Justice, University of Leeds

DANIELLA WADDOUP, BA, LLM;
of the Inner Temple, Barrister

Subscriber instructions: Upon receipt of volume 75 (2021), the old volume 75 (2013) may be archived.

ISBNs: 9781474319607

Price: £774

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September 2021

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 48 (2021) contains the title FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS.

This title replaces the title of the same name contained in volume 48 (2015).


The title DISCRIMINATION covers:

1. Banks; 2. Mutual Societies


This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 August 2021, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.


Consultant for FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS:

ELIZABETH OVEY, BA (Oxon);
of Middle Temple and Lincoln’s Inn, Barrister

Subscriber instructions: Upon receipt of volume 48 (2021), the old volume 48 (2015) may be archived.

ISBNs: 9781474320375

Price: £774

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August 2021

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 33 (2021) contains the title DISCRIMINATION.

This title replaces the title of the same name contained in volume 33 (2017).


The title DISCRIMINATION covers:

  1. Sources of Discrimination Law;
  2. The Equality and Human Rights Commission;
  3. Protected Characteristics;
  4. Prohibited Conduct;
  5. Services and Public Functions;
  6. Premises;
  7. Work;
  8. Education;
  9. Associations;
  10. Accessibility Issues for Disabled Persons;
  11. Discriminatory Contracts and Other Agreements;
  12. Advancement of Equality;
  13. Exceptions from the Equality Act 2010;
  14. Enforcement and Procedure

This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 July 2021, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.


Consultant for DISCRIMINATION:

ROBIN ALLEN, QC, a Bencher of Middle Temple

Subscriber instructions: Upon receipt of volume 33 (2021), the old volume 33 (2017) may be archived.

ISBNs: 9781474321242

Price: £774

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August 2021

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 99 (2021) contains the first part of the title TAXATION LAW. Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 99A (2021) contains the second part of the TAXATION LAW title.

This title replaces the title of the same name contained in Volumes 99 (2020), and 99A (2020).


The title TAXATION LAW covers:

1. Introduction to Taxation Law;

2. Income and Corporation Tax;

3. Capital Gains Tax;

4. Value Added Tax;

5. Inheritance Taxation;

6. Stamp Taxes


This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 July 2021, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.


Consultant Editor for TAXATION LAW:

GLEN LOUTZENHISER, Associate Professor of Tax Law and Tutorial Fellow of St. Hugh’s College, University of Oxford

Subscriber instructions: Upon receipt of volumes 99 (2021) and 99A (2021), the old volumes 99 (2020) and 99A (2020) may be archived.

ISBNs: 9781474319577, 9781474319584

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July 2021

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 92 (2021) contains the first part of the title SENTENCING AND OFFENDER MANAGEMENT. Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 92A (2021) contains the second part of the SENTENCING AND OFFENDER MANAGEMENT title.

The title SENTENCING AND OFFENDER MANAGEMENT replaces the title SENTENCING contained in Volume 92 (2015).


The title SENTENCING AND OFFENDER MANAGEMENT covers:

  1. Sentencing Principles and Purposes;
  2. Custodial Sentences;
  3. Suspended Sentences and Community Disposals;
  4. Preventive Orders;
  5. Protective Orders;
  6. Notification;
  7. Financial and Property Orders;
  8. Disqualification;
  9. Discharge, Binding Over and Deferment;
  10. Appeal, Review and Variation;
  11. Recovery of Criminal Proceeds;
  12. Offender Management and Rehabilitation;
  13. Release and Recall of Prisoners

This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 June 2021, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.


Consultant Editor for SENTENCING AND OFFENDER MANAGEMENT:

HARRY O’SULLIVAN, LLB, of Gray’s Inn, Barrister

Subscriber instructions: Upon receipt of volumes 92 (2021) and 92A (2021), the old volume 92 (2015) may be archived.

ISBNs: 9781474319560, 9781474316927

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June 2021

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 27 (2021) contains the first part of the title CRIMINAL PROCEDURE. Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 28 (2021) contains the second part of the CRIMINAL PROCEDURE title.

The title CRIMINAL PROCEDURE replaces the title of the same name contained in Volumes 27 (2015) and 28 (2015).


The title CRIMINAL PROCEDURE covers:

1. Roles, Objectives and Jurisdiction;

2. Prosecution: Powers and Authorities;

3. Decisions as to Charge and Prosecution;

4. Bail

5. General Aspects of Criminal Procedure;

6. Sending or Transferring Cases to the Crown Court;

7. Proceedings Involving Children;

8. Cases Tried in Magistrates’ Courts;

9. Trial on Indictment;

10. Evidence and Witnesses;

11. Appeals and Re-trials;

12. Payment of Costs, Fees and Allowances in Criminal Proceedings;

13. Victims of Crime


This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 May 2021, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.


General Editor for CRIMINAL PROCEDURE:

DAVID ORMEROD, CBE, QC (Hon), Professor of Criminal Justice, University College London, Deputy High Court Judge

Consultant for PARTS 1 & 10:

DAVID ORMEROD, CBE, QC (Hon)

Consultant for PARTS 2-6 & 8-9:

Professor PETER HUNGERFORD-WELCH, The City Law School, City, University of London

Consultant for PART 7:

KATE AUBREY-JOHNSON, BA (Hons), PGDL, of Inner Temple, Barrister

Consultant for PART 11:

TIM MOLONEY, QC, LLB (Hons), PhD, of Middle Temple, Barrister

other parts prepared by the HALSBURY’S LAWS OF ENGLAND editorial team

Subscriber instructions: Upon receipt of volumes 27 (2021) and 28 (2021), the old volumes 27 (2015) and 28 (2015) may be archived.

ISBNs: 9781474316934, 9781474316941

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June 2021

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 49 (2021) contains the title FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS AND TRANSACTIONS.

FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS AND TRANSACTIONS replaces the title of the same name contained in volume 49 (2015).


The title FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS AND TRANSACTIONS covers:

1. Money;

2. Bills of Exchange and other Negotiable Instruments;

3. Bills of Sale;

4. Guarantee and Indemnity


This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 May 2021, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.


Consultant for FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS AND TRANSACTIONS:

RICHARD HANKE, of Lincoln’s Inn, Barrister

Subscriber instructions: Upon receipt of volume 49 (2021), the old volume 49 (2015) may be archived.

ISBN: 9781474319553

Price: £774

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April 2021

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 67 (2021) contains the first part of the title LEISURE AND ENTERTAINMENT. Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 68 (2021) contains the second part of the LEISURE AND ENTERTAINMENT title and the titles LIEN and LIMITATION PERIODS.

The title LEISURE AND ENTERTAINMENT replaces the title of the same name contained in Volumes 67 (2016) and 68 (2016). The titles LIEN and LIMITATION PERIODS replace the titles of the same name contained in volume 68 (2016).


The title LEISURE AND ENTERTAINMENT covers:

1. Alcohol and Entertainment Licensing;

2. Gambling;

3. Hotels and Inns;

4. Theatre and Film;

5. Control of Video Recordings and Video Games;

6. Administration and Offences


The title LIEN covers:

1. Liens and other Security Interests;

2. Legal Lien;

3. Equitable Lien



The title LIMITATION PERIODS covers:

1. Statutory Time-bars on Civil Proceedings;

2. Time-bars on Particular Causes of Action;

3. Extended or Postponed Limitation Periods;

4. Foreign Limitation Law applied in Domestic Proceedings


This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 April 2021, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.


Consultant for LEISURE AND ENTERTAINMENT:

JEREMY BARK, Associate Director at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP, specialising in regulatory matters including licensing

Consultant for LIEN:

AARON WALDER, MA, MPhil (Cantab), of the Inner Temple, Barrister

Consultant for LIMITATION PERIODS:

DOV OHRENSTEIN, MA (Cantab), of Gray’s Inn, Barrister

Subscriber instructions: Upon receipt of volumes 67 (2021) and 68 (2021), the old volumes 67 (2016) and 68 (2016) may be archived.

ISBNs: 9781474319539, 9781474319546

Price: £774 (each)

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March 2021

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 77 (2021) contains the titles MISTAKE, MORTGAGE and NATIONAL CULTURAL HERITAGE.

These titles replace the titles contained in volume 77 (2016).

The title MISTAKE covers:

1. Introduction to the Law of Mistake; 2. Legal Consequences and Types of Mistake; 3. Remedies

The title MORTGAGE covers:

1. Classification of Mortgages; 2. Parties to Mortgages; 3 Creation of Mortgages and Charges; 4. Priority of Mortgages; 5. The Equity of Redemption; 6. Rights and Liabilities of the Mortgagor; 7. Estate and Interest of the Mortgagee; 8. Rights and Liabilities of the Mortgagee; 9. Remedies of Mortgagees; 10. Orders for Sale; 11. Discharge of Mortgages; 12. Accounts between the Mortgagor and Mortgagee; 13. Costs, Charges and Expenses

The title NATIONAL CULTURAL HERITAGE covers:

1. Scope of Title; 2. Institutions; 3. Immoveable Cultural Heritage; 4. Moveable Cultural Heritage; 5. Cultural Heritage and Armed Conflict; 6. European Cultural Convention Etc; 7. Taxation of National Cultural Property and Bodies.

These titles have been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 February 2021, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

Consultant for MISTAKE

ANDREW TETTENBORN, Barrister (unregistered)

Professor of Commercial Law,

Institute of International Shipping and Trade Law, Swansea University

Consultant for MORTGAGE

DAVID NICHOLLS, MA (Oxon), DIP LAW (City)

of Lincoln’s Inn, Barrister

Consultant for NATIONAL CULTURAL HERITAGE

TATIANA FLESSAS, BA (cum laude), JD, LLM (Merit), PhD,

Associate Professor, London School of Economics

Subscriber instructions: Upon receipt of volume 77 (2021), the old volume 77 (2016) may be archived.

ISBN: 9781474319522

Price: £774

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March 2021

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 97A (2021) contains the titles TORT and TRADE MARKS AND TRADE NAMES.

TRADE MARKS AND TRADE NAMES replaces volume 97A (2014). TORT replaces the title of that name in volume 97 (2015).

The title TORT covers:

1. The General Law of Tort; 2. General Tortious Liabilities; 3. Torts to the Person; 4. Torts to Reputation and Privacy; 5. Torts to Land; 6. Wrongful Interference with Goods; 7. Intellectual Property Torts; 8. Economic Torts; 9. Wrongful Use of Process; 10. Tort and Employment; 11. Public Authorities

The title TRADE MARKS AND TRADE NAMES covers:

1. Introduction; 2. Registered Trade Marks in the United Kingdom; 3. European Union Trade Marks; 4. Passing Off; 5. Procedure Relating to Trade Marks and Passing Off; 6. Hallmarks, Arms, Emblems and Business Names

These titles have been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 February 2021, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

Consultant for TORT

CARL TROMAN,

of Lincoln’s Inn, Barrister

Consultant for TRADE MARKS AND TRADE NAMES

KATHRYN PICKARD, MA (Cantab), BCL (Oxon)

of the Inner Temple, Barrister

Additional material for TRADE MARKS AND TRADE NAMES contributed by

KIRSTEN GILBERT, LLB

Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales

GINA LODGE, MA (Cantab)

Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales

Subscriber instructions: Upon receipt of volume 97A (2021), the old volume 97A (2014) may be archived. Volume 97A (2021) also replaces the TORT title in volume 97 (2015). However, subscribers should retain Volume 97 (2015) until the remaining titles in that volume are reissued. Until then, stickers have been provided for subscribers to place over the spine and front cover of Volume 97 (2015) in order to show that that volume is now only to be consulted for the titles TELECOMMUNICATIONS, TIME and TRADE AND INDUSTRY.

ISBN: 9781474316903

Price: £774

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February 2021

Halsbury’s Laws of England volumes 102, 103 (2021) contain the title WILLS AND INTESTACY.

Replacing the title contained in volumes 102, 103 (2016).

The title covers:

  1. Testamentary Disposition
  2. Types of Testamentary Disposition
  3. Failure of Testamentary Dispositions
  4. Construction of Wills
  5. Construction of Particular Dispositions
  6. Intestate Succession
  7. Family Provision Claims
  8. The Office of Representative
  9. The Grant of Probate or Administration
  10. Contentious Probate
  11. Devolution on the Representative
  12. The Administration of Assets
  13. The Distribution of Assets
  14. The Role of the Court
  15. Personal Representatives’ Liabilities
  16. Actions by and against Personal Representatives

The law is stated as at 1 January 2021.

Contributor for WILLS AND INTESTACY
Geoffrey A. Shindler
OBE, MA, LLM (Cantab), TEP

Subscriber instructions:
Upon receipt of volumes 102, 103 (2021), the old volumes 102, 103 (2016) may be archived.

ISBNs: The ISBN for each volume is as follows:

Halsbury's Laws volume 102 9781474319508
Halsbury's Laws volume 103 9781474319515

Price: £774 (each)

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December 2020

The 2021 Consolidated Table of Cases consists of three volumes, and contains an alphabetical list of all cases cited as authority in Halsbury’s Laws of England and a chronological list of those cases decided in the European Court of Justice.

The 2021 Consolidated Table of Cases supersedes the 2020 Consolidated Table of Cases. It has been updated to take account of all current Fifth Edition volumes published between 2008 and December 2020.

Subscribers should discard the 2020 Consolidated Table of Cases.

ISBNs: 9781474315333; 9781474315340; 9781474315357

Price: £774 (each)

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December 2020

Halsbury’s Laws of England volumes 11, 12 and 12A (2020) contain the title CIVIL PROCEDURE.

Replacing the title contained in volumes 11, 12 and 12A (2015).

The title covers:

  1. Civil Procedural Law: Sources and Framework
  2. Organisation of Proceedings in the Civil Courts
  3. Basic Procedural Provisions
  4. Pre‐commencement Procedures
  5. Commencement of Civil Proceedings
  6. Allocation to Procedural Track
  7. Service
  8. Responding to a Claim
  9. Pleadings and Statements of Case
  10. Set‐off
  11. Parties
  12. Overriding Objective of the Civil Procedure Rules
  13. Case Management
  14. Disposal of Proceedings without Trial
  15. Applications and Orders for Interim Remedies
  16. Security for Costs
  17. Disclosure, Privilege and Immunity
  18. Evidence
  19. Discontinuance and Stay of Proceedings
  20. The Trial Process
  21. Power to Grant Interim Injunctive Relief
  22. Judgments and Orders
  23. Enforcement of Judgments and Orders
  24. Appeals and References
  25. Finality of Judgments and of Litigation
  26. Offers to Settle and Payments into Court
  27. Costs

The law is stated as at 1 December 2020.

Contributor for CIVIL PROCEDURE

Adrian Zuckerman

Emeritus Professor of Civil Procedure, University of Oxford; Emeritus Fellow, University College, Oxford.

Subscriber instructions: Upon receipt of volumes 11, 12 and 12A (2020), the old volumes 11, 12 and 12A (2015) may be archived.

ISBNs: The ISBN for each volume is as follows:

Halsbury’s Laws volume 11 9781474318198

Halsbury’s Laws volume 12 9781474318204

Halsbury’s Laws volume 12A 9781474318211

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November 2020

Halsbury’s Laws of England volumes 25 and 26 (2020) contain the title CRIMINAL LAW.

Replacing the title contained in volumes 25 and 26 (2016).

The title covers:

1. Principles of Criminal Liability

2. Offences Against the Person

3. Sexual Offences

4. Slavery, Trafficking and Illegal Immigration

5. Property and Finance

6. Obscenity and Indecency

7. Offences Against the State

8. Public Order

9. Animal Cruelty and Animal Welfare

10. Weapons

11. Controlled Drugs and Psychoactive Substances

12. Administration of Justice

Contributors for CRIMINAL LAW

DAVID ORMEROD, QC (Hon),
of Middle Temple, Barrister
Professor of Criminal Justice, University College London

His Honour Judge MICHAEL HOPMEIER,
Circuit Judge, Southwark Crown Court
Honorary Visiting Professor of Law, City University of London
Deemster, Isle of Man

TIM MOLONEY, QC, LLB (Hons), PhD,
of Middle Temple, Barrister

RUDI FORTSON, QC,
of Middle Temple, Barrister
Visiting Professor of Law, Queen Mary University of London

Subscriber instructions: Upon receipt of volumes 25 and 26 (2020) the old volumes 25 and 26 (2016) may be archived.

ISBN for volume 25: 9781474318174

ISBN for volume 26:9781474318181

Price: £774

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November 2020

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 80 (2020) contains the titles PERPETUITIES AND ACCUMULATIONS, PERSONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL PENSIONS and PERSONAL PROPERTY.

These titles replace the titles contained in volume 80 (2013).

The title PERPETUITIES AND ACCUMULATIONS covers:

1. Introduction; 2. The Rule against Perpetuities; 3. Restriction of Accumulation.

The title PERSONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL PENSIONS covers:

1. Introduction to Pensions; 2. Occupational Pension Schemes; 3 Public Service Pension Schemes; 4. Information Provisions; 5. Special Cases; 6. Pensions on Divorce; 7. Advertisements; 8. Professional Advisers; 9. Early Leavers, Preservation and Transfers; 10. Contracting Out; 11. Taxation of Schemes; 12. Regulators; 13. Regulatory Governance; 14. Investments; 15. Auto-enrolment; 16 Pensions with an International Aspect; 17 Stakeholder Pension Schemes; 18 Personal Pensions

The title PERSONAL PROPERTY covers:

1. Scope and Description; 2. Ownership; 3. Possession; 4. Alienation; 5. Equitable Interests.

These titles have been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 October 2020, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

PERPETUITIES AND ACCUMULATIONS

UPDATED BY Halsbury’s Laws of England Editorial Team

Contributors for PERSONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL PENSIONS

ELIZABETH OVEY, BA (Oxon)
of Middle Temple and Lincoln’s Inn, Barrister

WENDY MATHERS, MA (Oxon)
of Inner Temple, Barrister

PERSONAL PROPERTY

UPDATED BY Halsbury’s Laws of England Editorial Team

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October 2020

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 52 (2020) contains the titles FORESTRY and GIFTS, and the first part of the title HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK. Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 53 (2020) contains the second part of the title HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK.

These titles replace the titles contained in volumes 52, 53 (2014).

The title FORESTRY covers:

1. Forestry Administration; 2. Timber and Trees.

The title GIFTS covers:

1. Gifts Made between Living Persons; 2. Gifts Made in Contemplation of Death.

The title HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK covers:

1. Health and Safety Legislation; 2. Health and Safety Administration; 3. Safety, Health and Welfare in General; 4. Workplaces and Equipment; 5. Commercial Supply of Equipment, Products Etc; 6. Provisions Relating to General Risks; 7. Risks in Particular Industries and Premises; 8. Criminal Offences.

These titles have been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 September 2020, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

Consultant Editor for GIFTS:

GRAHAM VIRGO MA (Cantab), BCL (Oxon), QC (Hon), Professor of English Private Law, University of Cambridge Fellow, Downing College, Cambridge; Bencher, Lincoln’s Inn

Consultant Editor for HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK:

PAUL ROGERS, LLB, of the Inner Temple, Barrister

Subscriber instructions: Upon receipt of volumes 52 (2020), 53 (2020), the old volumes 52 (2014) and 53 (2014) may be archived.

ISBNs: 9781474316880; 9781474316897

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September 2020

The Consolidated Table of Statutes contains all statutes of the United Kingdom Parliament at Westminster (and of English Parliaments held there, or at other places in mediaeval times) which are referred to as authority in Halsbury’s Laws of England. It also contains Acts of the National Assembly for Wales.

Account has been taken of current Fifth Edition volumes published up to September 2020.

Subscriber instructions: This volume supersedes the 2020 Consolidated Table of Statutes, which may be discarded.

ISBN: 9781474315326

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September 2020

The Table of Statutory Instruments contains all statutory orders, rules and regulations used as authority in Halsbury's Laws of England.

Account has been taken of current Fifth Edition volumes published up to September 2020.

Subscriber instructions: This volume supersedes the 2020 Consolidated Table of Statutory Instruments, etc, which may be discarded.

ISBN: 9781474315319

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September 2020

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 35 (2020) contains the first part of the title EDUCATION.

The first part of the EDUCATION title covers:

1. General Framework of the Educational System, 2. Early Years, Primary and Secondary Education (this chapter is continued in vol 36)

This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 August 2020, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

Consultant for EDUCATION:

SHAZIA AKHTAR

of Middle Temple, Barrister

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ISBN: 9781474316866

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September 2020

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 36 (2020) contains the second part of the title EDUCATION.

The second part of the EDUCATION title covers:

2. Early Years, Primary and Secondary Education (continued), 3. Curriculum, Assessment and External Qualifications, 4. Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, 5. Teachers and Related Staff, 6. Further Education

This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 August 2020, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

Consultant for EDUCATION:

SHAZIA AKHTAR

of Middle Temple, Barrister

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ISBN: 9781474316873

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September 2020

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 36A (2020) contains the third and final part of the title EDUCATION.

The third part of the EDUCATION title covers:

7. Higher Education, 8. Education, Training and Apprenticeships, 9. Students, 10. Inspection and Intervention, 11. Land and Premises, 12. Educational Trusts

This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 August 2020, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

Consultant for EDUCATION:

SHAZIA AKHTAR

of Middle Temple, Barrister

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ISBN: 9781474318754

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August 2020

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 99 (2020) contains the first part of the title TAXATION LAW.

The first part of the TAXATION LAW title covers:

1. Introduction to Taxation Law, 2. Income and Corporation Tax

This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 August 2020, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

Contributor for TAXATION LAW:

GLEN LOUTZENHISER, Associate Professor of Tax Law and Tutorial Fellow of St Hugh’s College, University of Oxford

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ISBN: 9781474316842

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August 2020

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 99A (2020) contains the second part of the title TAXATION LAW.

The second part of the TAXATION LAW title covers:

3. Capital Gains Tax, 4. Value Added Tax, 5. Inheritance Taxation, 6. Stamp Taxes

This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 August 2020, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

Contributor for TAXATION LAW:

GLEN LOUTZENHISER, Associate Professor of Tax Law and Tutorial Fellow of St Hugh’s College, University of Oxford

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ISBN: 9781474316859

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June 2020

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 65 (2020) contains the title LEGAL AID and the first part of the title LEGAL PROFESSIONS. Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 66 (2020) contains the second part of the LEGAL PROFESSIONS title.

The title LEGAL AID replaces the title LEGAL AID contained in volume 65 (2015). The title LEGAL PROFESSIONS replaces the title LEGAL PROFESSIONS contained in volumes 65 (2015) and 66 (2015).

The LEGAL AID title covers:

1. Provision of Legal Aid and Other Means of Funding; 2. Criminal Legal Aid; 3. Civil Legal Aid; 4. Administration.

The LEGAL PROFESSIONS title covers:

1. Regulation of the Legal Professions; 2. The Provision of Legal Services; 3. Solicitors; 4. Barristers; 5. Licensed Conveyancers; 6. Notaries; 7. Legal Executives; 8. Alternative Business Structures.

Both titles have been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 May 2020, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

Consultant Editor for LEGAL AID: MARTIN PARTINGTON, CBE a Bencher of Middle Temple; one of Her Majesty’s Counsel (Hon); Emeritus Professor of Law, University of Bristol.

Consultant Editor for LEGAL PROFESSIONS: SUSANNA HELEY BA (Law), Solicitor of the Senior Courts.

Subscriber instructions:

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ISBNs: 9781474316804; 9781474316811

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June 2020

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 79 (2020) contains the titles PARTNERSHIP, PATENTS AND REGISTERED DESIGNS, and PEERAGES AND DIGNITIES.

These titles replace the titles contained in volume 79 (2014).

The PARTNERSHIP title covers:

1. Creation and Duration of Partnerships; 2. Relations Between Partners and Third Persons; 3. Relations Between Partners; 4. Dissolution of Partnerships; 5. Limited Partnerships; 6. Limited Liability Partnerships.

The PATENTS AND REGISTERED DESIGNS title covers:

1. The Patent System; 2. Grant and Duration of Patent; 3. Ownership and Assignment; 4. Licensing of Patented Inventions; 5. Construction of Specification and Claims; 6. Validity; 7. Infringement, Threats and Revocation; 8. Administration; 9. Registered Designs.

The PEERAGES AND DIGNITIES title covers:

1. The Granting of Honours and Dignities; 2. The Peerage; 3. Other Dignities; 4. Armorial Bearings.

Each title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 May 2020, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

Consultant Editor for PARTNERSHIP: JOHN MACHELL, QC, LLB, of Serle Court, Lincoln’s Inn.

Consultant Editor for PEERAGES AND DIGNITIES: TOM WILSON, Registrar of Lords’ Interests and Clerk for Peerage Claims, House of Lords.

Subscriber instructions:

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ISBN: 9781474316828

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June 2020

The Consolidated Index is an index to the law as stated in Halsbury’s Laws of England, and takes account of all current volumes.

The first volume of the index covers the letters A‐E, the second volume covers letters F‐O, and the third volume covers the letters P‐Z.

The Consolidated Index has been updated to include all volumes published in 2020 to date.

Subscriber instructions:

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ISBNs: 9781474315289; 9781474315296; 9781474315302

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May 2020

The Consolidated Index is an index to the law as stated in Halsbury’s Laws of England, and takes account of all current volumes.

The first volume of the index covers the letters A‐E, the second volume covers letters F‐O, and the third volume covers the letters P‐Z.

The Consolidated Index has been updated to include all volumes published in 2020 to date.

Subscriber instructions:

Subscribers should discard the 2019 Consolidated Index on receipt of all three 2020 Consolidated Index volumes.

ISBNs: 9781474315289; 9781474315296; 9781474315302

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May 2020

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 4A (2020) contains the title BROADCASTING. This title replaces the title of the same name contained in Vol 4 (2011). Upon receipt of volumes 4 (2020) and 4A (2020), the old volume 4 (2011) may be archived.

The BROADCASTING title covers:

1. Introduction; 2. Management of the Electromagnetic Spectrum; 3. Reception of Broadcast Transmissions; 4. Regulation of Broadcast Media Services; 5. Regulation of Media Content; 6. Regulation of Ownership and Merger in the Broadcasting Sector.

This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 May 2020, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

Consultant for BROADCASTING:

ANDREW SCOTT, LLB, MPhil, PhD, Associate Professor of Law, London School of Economics and Political Science

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ISBN: 9781474316781

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May 2020

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 4 (2020) contains the titles AUCTION, BAILMENT AND PLEDGE, BOUNDARIES, AND BRITISH NATIONALITY. The titles replace titles of the same name contained in Vol 4 (2011). The remaining title contained in Vol 4 (2011) BROADCASTING is now contained in a title of the same name contained in Vol 4A (2020). Upon receipt of volumes 4 (2020) and 4A (2020), the old volume 4 (2011) may be archived.

The AUCTION title covers:

1. Scope of the Title; 2. The Auctioneer; 3. The Auction Sale.

The BAILMENT AND PLEDGE title covers:

1. Introduction; 2. Gratuitous Bailment; 3. Bailment for Valuable Consideration; 4. Considerations Common to All Classes of Bailment.

The BOUNDARIES title covers:

1. Delimination of Boundaries; 2. Evidence of Boundaries; 3. Trees and Fences; 4. Party Walls.

The BRITISH NATIONALITY title covers:

1. Introduction; 2. Previous Nationality Law; 3. British Citizenship; 4. British Overseas Territories Citizenship; 5. British Overseas Citizenship; 6. British National (Overseas) Status; 7. British Subject Status; 8. British Protected Person Status.

These titles have been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 April 2020, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

Consultant for AUCTION:

DAVID NICHOLLS, MA (Oxon), DIP LAW (City), Of Lincoln’s Inn, Barrister, Landmark Chambers

Consultant for BAILMENT AND PLEDGE:

RUPERT HIGGINS, MA (Cantab), Of Inner Temple, Barrister

Consultants for BOUNDARIES:

EDWARD J.H. PETERS, MA (Cantab), Of the Middle Temple, Barrister, Falcon Chambers; JOSEPH OLLECH, BSc (Hons), Of Lincoln’s Inn, Barrister, Falcon Chambers

Consultant for BRITISH NATIONALITY:

LAURIE FRANSMAN LLB, Of the Middle Temple, Barrister, One of Her Majesty’s Counsel

Assistant Consultants for BRITISH NATIONALITY:

SADAT SAYEED, BSc DIP LAW Of the Inner Temple, Barrister; DAVID T. NEALE, BA Hons MSc (Oxon), LLM (Harvard) Of the Inner Temple, Barrister (non-practising)

Subscriber instructions Volume 4 (2011) should not be archived until both volume 4 (2020) and volume 4A (2020) have been received.

ISBN: 9781474312660

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March 2020

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 85 (2020) contains the titles PORTS AND HARBOURS, POSTAL SERVICES, PRISONS AND PRISONERS, PRIZE and PUBLISHING. These titles replace the titles of the same name contained in Vol 85 (2012). Upon receipt of volume 85 (2020), the old volume 85 (2012) may be archived.

The PORTS AND HARBOURS title covers:

1. Introduction; 2. The Secretary of State and Welsh Ministers; 3. Harbour Authorities; 4. Harbour Orders and Schemes; 5. Provision of Harbour Works and Facilities; 6. Harbour Charges; 7. Borrowing, Financial Assistance and Accounts; 8. Management and Regulation; 9. Privatisation of Certain Port Undertakings.

The POSTAL SERVICES title covers:

1. Legislative Framework; 2. Regulation of Postal Services; 3. Post Office and Royal Mail Companies; 4. Administration of Postal Services Providers; 5. Schemes for the Provision of Postal Services; 6. Offences under the Postal Services Acts; Evidence; 7. Powers Relating to Postal Services.

The PRISON AND PRISONERS title covers:

1. Overview of Prisons and Prisoners; 2. Administration of the Custodial System; 3. Custodial Institutions; 4. Convicted Prisoners and Inmates; 5. Unconvicted and Civil Prisoners.

The PRIZE title covers:

The Law of Prize; 2. Exercise of Prize Jurisdiction.

The PUBLISHING title covers:

1. Introduction; 2. Publishing and Publications; 3. Constraints on Published Content.

These titles have been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 February 2020, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

Consultant for PORTS AND HARBOURS:

Lara Moore, LLB, a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales; Legal Director, Ashfords LLP

Consultants for POSTAL SERVICES:

Rosaleen Hubbard BSc, a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales

Lucas Ford, BEc/LLB, Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria, Australia

Consultant for PRISONS AND PRISONERS:

Adam Wagner, MA, of the Inner Temple, Barrister

Consultant for PRIZE:

Dr Alexandros X M Ntovas, BA, LLB, LLM, MSc, PhD, FHEA, Associate Professor (Reader) of Maritime Law, University of Southampton Law School; Director of the Institute of Maritime Law

Consultant for PUBLISHING:

Ian P McDougall, BA (Hons), of Lincoln’s Inn, Barrister; General Counsel, LexisNexis

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ISBN: 9781474316774

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February 2020

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 7 (2020) contains the title CARRIAGE AND CARRIERS. It replaces the title of the same names contained in Vol 7 (2015). Upon receipt of volume 7 (2020), the old volume 7 (2015) may be archived.

The CARRIAGE AND CARRIERS title covers all aspects of domestic and international carriage by air, sea, road and rail. It is largely concerned with the operation of international treaties and conventions in these areas, although existing common law, where still relevant, is also comprehensively covered.

This title has been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 December 2019, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

Consultant:

Andrew Tettenborn, LLB (Cantab), Professor of Commercial Law,Institute of International Shipping and Trade Law, Swansea University; Barrister (non-practising)

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ISBN: 9781474316750

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February 2020

Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 71 (2020) contains the titles LONDON GOVERNMENT, MAGISTRATES and MARKETS AND FAIRS. The titles LONDON GOVERNMENT and MAGISTRATES replace the titles of the same names contained in Vol 71 (2013). The title MARKETS AND FAIRS replaces the title MARKETS contained in Vol 71 (2013). Upon receipt of volume 71 (2020), the old volume 71 (2013) may be archived.

The LONDON GOVERNMENT title covers:

1. London Government: Legislation and Administration; 2. The London Borough Councils and the City of London Corporation; 3. The Mayor and the Greater London Authority; 4. Transport; 5. Trade; 6. Culture, Recreation and Heritage; 7. Crime, Policing and Emergencies; 8. Land, Planning and the Environment.

The MAGISTRATES title covers:

1. The Office of Magistrate; 2. Jurisdiction, Functions and Powers; 3. Civil and Criminal Proceedings; 4. Penal and Civil Powers; 5. Enforcement of Sentences and Orders; 6. Appeals from Magistrates’ Courts; 7. Administration.

The MARKETS AND FAIRS title covers:

1. The Right of Market; 2. The Holding of Markets and Fairs; 3. Occasional Sales and Car Boot Sales; 4. Pedlars; 5. Street Trading.

These titles have been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 December 2019, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

Consultant for LONDON GOVERNMENT:

David Blundell, BA (Cantab), MA, MPhil, Barrister, Of Inner Temple

Consultant for MAGISTRATES:

Adrian Turner, Barrister, Chambers of Adrian Turner, Eastbourne

Consultant for MARKETS AND FAIRS:

Edward F Cousins, BA, BL, LLM, Barrister, Former Adjudicator to HM Land Registry and Principal Judge of First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) (Land Registration Division); Chief Commons Commissioner; Deputy Chancery Master, Bencher of Lincoln’s Inn, Associate Member of Radcliffe Chambers, Of Gray’s Inn and King’s Inns Dublin

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ISBN: 9781474316767

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