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Principles of Irish Law (Eighth Edition)

Principles of Irish Law (Eighth Edition)

Brian Doolan

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Reflecting all relevant constitutional changes, new statutory provisions and the latest judicial pronouncements, this is the eighth edition of this well-established and popular introductory text.

Out of print.

Suitable for students of law and law enforcement, business, accounting, banking, marketing, management and administration, as well as students of auctioneering and the social and caring services. New to this edition are the following items:

  • Changes effected by the Lisbon Treaty (2009)
  • The Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009 and the Registration of Deeds and Title Act 2006
  • Changes to tort law arising from the Defamation Act 2009
  • Impact of the Consumer Protection Act 2007
  • Explains new additions to the law by the enactment of the Passports Act 2008, the Adoption Act 2010 and the Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligations of Cohabitation Act 2010 (if in operation by 31 December 2010)
  • Consequential changes brought about as a result of the following statutes:
    • Civil Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2008
    • Commissions of Investigation Act 2004
    • Copyright and Related Rights (Amendment) Act 2007
    • Criminal Justice (Human Trafficking) Act 2008
    • Electoral (Amendment) Act 2009
    • Personal Injuries Assessment Board (Amendment) Act 200
    • Protection of Employment (Exceptional Collective Redundancies and Related Matters) Act 2007
    • Planning and Development Act 2009
    • Tribunals of Inquiry (Evidence) Acts 1921-2004Water Services Act 2007.
  • The latest Supreme Court and High Court cases and decisions are employed in this edition.

Additional Information

Author Brian Doolan
Publisher Gill Books
Publication date 15 Aug 2011
Format Paperback
ISBN/EAN 9780717149896

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