The Law of Tramways & Light Railways in Great Britain

Author: George Stuart Robertson


ISBN: HARVARD:32044038136552

Category: LAW

Page: 794

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With new transportation technology came a slew of new legal issues. This book discusses Great Britain's rail laws as of 1903. It presents some cases that set precedents and discusses many angles of train law, including who can make tramways, how they go about legally doing so and the legalities of construction. Then, the book turns to the up-and-running railway to discuss buying tickets, levying tolls, passenger offenses, rail employee offenses and the power of the military over tramways.
Statute law repeals

Author: Great Britain: Law Commission

Publisher: The Stationery Office

ISBN: 0101833024

Category: Law

Page: 376

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This report recommends the repeal of enactments which have been identified, after detailed research and consultation, as being spent, obsolete, unnecessary or otherwise not now of practical utility. The proposals have been widely canvassed with the government departments and other bodies concerned, including the relevant authorities throughout Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, and the relevant authorities in Ireland and India about the enactments that relate to those countries. Areas covered by the draft Bill are: benevolent institutions; civil and criminal justice; Indian railways; Ireland (Dublin City); local courts and administration of justice; London; lotteries; poor relief; railways; taxation and pensions; turnpikes. The report includes the draft Bill and explanatory notes.