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Aspects of European Union Law By Farrukh Khan
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The creation of a larger European market for goods and services that could benefit all those within the member states was amongst the more important reasons for creating the European Union. After the... More > ravages of the two World Wars, the European Union is now an economic giant that represents 31 % of the global GDP. However, the success presented by the European Union would have been impossible without sincere efforts directed towards regional integration and the promotion of human rights and standards of governance for citizens. This essay presents a discussion about the efforts made for the creation of a common European market that presents freedom of movement of goods and fair competition within its boundaries.< Less
Section 51(xx) of the Australian Constitution - the Corporation Power By Farrukh Khan
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The Australian Constitution describes the structure of the Australian government and defines the power sharing arrangements between the Commonwealth and the States. Section 51(xx) of Constitution,... More > which is also known as the Corporations Power, grants the Federal Parliament the right to legislate in respect to foreign corporations and trading or financial corporations formed within the limits of the Commonwealth. This essay takes a look at this section of the Australian Constitution which has been used to bring into force The Trade Practices Act 1974, Corporations Act 2001, Foreign Acquisitions and Takeover Act 1975 as well as the Competition Policy Reform Act 1995 etc.< Less
Aspects of European Union Law By Farrukh Khan
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The creation of a larger European market for goods and services that could benefit all those within the member states was amongst the more important reasons for creating the European Union. After the... More > ravages of the two World Wars, the European Union is now an economic giant that represents 31 % of the global GDP. However, the success presented by the European Union would have been impossible without sincere efforts directed towards regional integration and the promotion of human rights and standards of governance for citizens. This essay presents a discussion about the efforts made for the creation of a common European market that presents freedom of movement of goods and fair competition within its boundaries.< Less
Immunity of Senior State Officials By Farrukh Khan
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The classic statement of the act of state doctrine had taken root in England as early as 1674 and it was inappropriate for courts of a sovereign state to sit in judgement on acts of other states.... More > Sovereign monarchs in Europe had absolute power and they could do no wrong. Thus, monarchs in Europe were immune from action in domestic courts and reciprocity demanded that they did not interfere in the affairs of other sovereign monarchs. State immunity, which is a creature of international law, developed out of the previously mentioned considerations and a need for interaction between sovereign states, which required reciprocity. This brief essay presents a discussion about state immunity from proceedings alleging jus cogens norms.< Less
A Comparative Study of Offer under English and French Contract Law By Farrukh Khan
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This dissertation is a comparative study of the manner in which the English and French contract law views offers which are a first step towards the formation of contracts. Comparative law, which also... More > includes comparative law of contracts, attempts to explore legal traditions which have been a part of the legal systems in various countries. Both England and France have had a profound influence on the culture which has emerged in vastly spread out regions of the world as a result of their adventurism and colonisation. However, there are important differences in relation to how offers and other important concepts related to agreements or contracts are viewed by the two previously mentioned legal doctrines. An English law Lord is less likely to worry about the intentions of the parties who may have made offers or counteroffers and is more likely to be interested in only what has been agreed. This dissertation presents a comparison of offer under English and French contract law.< Less
A Comparative Study of Contact Orders and their Enforcement in Canada and the United Kingdom By Farrukh Khan
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Within the past decade, family law related to child contact, contact orders and enforcement of such orders has undergone legislative and operational changes in both Canada and the United Kingdom.... More > Changes that have taken place impact stakeholders including children, parents, the judiciary and all those involved with providing a degree of care to children involved in high-conflict divorce or separation cases. This dissertation presents a comparative study of contact orders and the manner in which these orders are enforced in Canada and the United Kingdom.< Less
The Distinction between International and Non –International Armed Conflict in Contemporary International Humanitarian Law By Farrukh Khan
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A distinction used to exist in the traditional view of humanitarian law of armed conflict between international and non – international armed conflict. The previously mentioned observation is... More > supported by the fact that the Additional Protocols to the Geneva Convention of 1949 dealt separately with international conflict and non – international conflict. Additional Protocol I dealt with international conflict, but Additional Protocol II dealt with non – international conflicts. However, as a result of the evolution in international human rights law, practical lessons that have been learnt from both international and non – international conflicts and opinio juris as well as the opinions of international organisations, the distinction between international and non – international conflicts is now much blurred. This essay presents a discussion about the distinction between international and non – international conflict in contemporary international humanitarian law.< Less
Trends, Issues and Community By Farrukh Khan
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Australian policymakers have long been impressed with the Northeast Asian success stories which they have chosen to see through a prism of neoclassical economic theory. The previously mentioned fact... More > coupled with the reality of limited economic resources renders it impossible for any government to continue to stimulate demand in order to generate growth as required by the Keynesian economic approach. Thus, neoclassical thinking has become infused into Australian policymaking even though such neoclassical thinking goes contrary to traditional Australian values. However, neoclassical approaches are also not without their flaws and thus practical policymaking ought to be about ensuring that the government is driven hard to deliver that which is the best from available resources. This brief essay presents a discussion about the neoclassical and the Keynesian or the welfare state approaches to policy making and presents an examination of the impact of neoclassical approaches to policymaking in Australia.< Less
Immunity of Senior State Officials By Farrukh Khan
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The classic statement of the act of state doctrine had taken root in England as early as 1674 and it was inappropriate for courts of a sovereign state to sit in judgement on acts of other states.... More > Sovereign monarchs in Europe had absolute power and they could do no wrong. Thus, monarchs in Europe were immune from action in domestic courts and reciprocity demanded that they did not interfere in the affairs of other sovereign monarchs. State immunity, which is a creature of international law, developed out of the previously mentioned considerations and a need for interaction between sovereign states, which required reciprocity. This brief essay presents a discussion about state immunity from proceedings alleging jus cogens norms.< Less
Trends, Issues and Community By Farrukh Khan
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Australian policymakers have long been impressed with the Northeast Asian success stories which they have chosen to see through a prism of neoclassical economic theory. The previously mentioned fact... More > coupled with the reality of limited economic resources renders it impossible for any government to continue to stimulate demand in order to generate growth as required by the Keynesian economic approach. Thus, neoclassical thinking has become infused into Australian policymaking even though such neoclassical thinking goes contrary to traditional Australian values. However, neoclassical approaches are also not without their flaws and thus practical policymaking ought to be about ensuring that the government is driven hard to deliver that which is the best from available resources. This brief essay presents a discussion about the neoclassical and the Keynesian or the welfare state approaches to policy making and presents an examination of the impact of neoclassical approaches to policymaking in Australia.< Less