AS Law Revision Quiz

Just a quiz testing general knowledge on the first paper for AS Law.

Some of the questions are not in order, sorry about that XD

Hope it helps!

Created by Jenifer Rigby and Ivonna Beches, P.A.

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What is the Road Traffic Act (1988)?
an enabling act
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What does the Purpousive approach look at?
the gap in the law
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What did Michael Zander say about the golden rule?
that it is a feeble parachute
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What is a leapfrog appeal?
when a case appeals from the high court to the supreme court
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What is the monetary limit of the small claims track?
£5000
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What does the Queen's Bench division deal with?
cases of contract and tort
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What does Parliament delegate for delegated legislation?
It's authority
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What does the Purpousive approach look at?

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the gap in the law

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What did Michael Zander say about the golden rule?

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What is a leapfrog appeal?

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What is the monetary limit of the small claims track?

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Jessica Emily

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You have spelled "purposive" wrong. 

Matthew Morris

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Ejustem generis is used in powell? Keepin a house, room office or other place for betting. Why does it say it's wrong?

Emma

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Hansard IS an extrinsic aid.....

zara foster

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i though all delegated legislation is partly democratic? government minister, council members and mps? 

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In Powell V. Kempton Park Racecourse edjusdem genires rules was used

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