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Bulgaria

Bulgaria in Europe Historical Legal Issues Government Bulgaria is a constitutional monarchy; by Art. iii. of the Berlin Treaty it was declared hereditary in the family of a prince "freely elected by the population and confirmed by the Sublime Porte with the assent of the powers." […]

Capital of the European Union

Capital of the European Union in Europe Description of Capital of the European Union The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes capital of the european union in the following terms: [1] There is no capital of Europe, the nearest approximation being Brussels, which houses the […]

Budget

Budget in Europe Description of Budget The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes budget in the following terms: [1] The Treaty of Rome decrees that the Community must run a balanced budget. On the revenue side, to give a degree of financial independence, it was agreed in […]

Business

Business in Europe Business (in European Private Law) In this context, this may be a concept of the term: "Business" means any natural or legal person, irrespective of whether publicly or privately owned, who is acting for purposes relating to the person's self-employed trade, […]

Bundesbank

Bundesbank in Europe Description of Bundesbank The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes bundesbank in the following terms: [1] Until 1999 the most powerful official financial institution in Europe, the Bundesbank is now effectively a branch (and minority shareholder) of the […]

Burglary

Burglary in Europe Definition of Burglary

Breaking and entering a dwelling-house by night (i. e., between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m.) with intent to commit a felony ; or entering a house with like intent, and breaking out by night ; or committing a felony in a house and then breaking out. […]

Budget Committee

Budget Committee in Europe The Budget Committee is responsible for Community budget matters. Budget work is cyclical in nature; every year the Committee deals with the same issues concerning the process of completing and improving the budget for the coming year. The Committee also handles […]

Burial

Definition of Burial At common law, every person may be buried in the churchyard of the parish where he dies, unless he was within certain ecclesiastical prohibitions (e.g. y not having been baptised), and provided that the rites of the Church of England are observed. See the Burial Acts, 1852 […]

Buron V. Denman

Definition of Buron V. Denman ((1848), 2 Ex. 167). If a servant of the Crown commits a wrongful act against an alien, and the Crown authorised such act, or subsequently ratifies it, it is an act of State and no action will lie in respect of it against such servantThe defendant, a British naval […]

Bushell's Case

Definition of Bushell’s Case ((1670), Vaughan, 135). The jury had acquitted William Penn and another of a charge of preaching in a London Street, and had been fined by the Recorder forty marks each in consequence, and in default committed. A habeas corpus was moved for’.Held, that finding […]

Business Names

Definition of Business Names See Registration of Business Names Act, 1916 Browse You might be interested in these references tools: ResourceDescription Business Names in the Dictionaries, Business Names in our legal dictionaries, Related topics, Browse topics from the European Encyclopedia […]

Butterfield V. Forrester

Definition of Butterfield V. Forrester ((1809), 11 East, 60). A person is not entitled to say that he is injured by the negligence of another if he niight by ordinary care have escaped the dangerThe defendant for the- purpose- of making some repairs to his house, put a pole across part of the […]

Burdett V. Abbott

Definition of Burdett V. Abbott ((1811), 14 East, 1). This was an action of trespass against the Speaker of the House of Commons for breaking into the plaintiff’s house and carrying him to the Tower for a breach of privilege of the House of Commons. Held, either House of Parliament has power […]

Burgage Tenure

Definition of Burgage Tenure A form of free land holding peculiar to boroughs, similar to the modern tenure in fee-simple, but subject to local custom. It was abolished by the Law of Property Act, 1922 Browse You might be interested in these references tools: ResourceDescription Burgage […]

Burgess

Definition of Burgess Formerly, a Member of Parliament who sat for a city or borough. Now a person who is registered on the burgess roll of a borough, i. e., is entitled to vote at the borough elections Browse You might be interested in these references tools: ResourceDescription Burgess in […]

Burgh Mote

Definition of Burgh Mote A borough Court Browse You might be interested in these references tools: ResourceDescription Burgh Mote in the Dictionaries, Burgh Mote in our legal dictionaries, Related topics, Browse topics from the European Encyclopedia of Law, Browse the Legal Thesaurus, Find […]

Buggery

Definition of Buggery Sodomy. See Abominable Crimes Browse You might be interested in these references tools: ResourceDescription Buggery in the Dictionaries, Buggery in our legal dictionaries, Related topics, Browse topics from the European Encyclopedia of Law, Browse the Legal Thesaurus, […]

Building Lease

Definition of Building Lease A lease, generally for a term of ninety-nine years, at a rent known as a ground-rent, under which the lessee covenants to erect certain specified buildings on the land demised by the lease, and to insure and keep in repair such buildings during the term. At the […]

Building

Definition of Building Society One established for the purpose of raising, by the subscriptions of some of its members, a stock or fund for making advances to others of its members upon security of freehold or leasehold estate, by way of mortgage. (Building Societies Act, 1874, s. 13.) Browse […]

Burden Of Proof

Definition of Burden Of Proof See Proof Browse You might be interested in these references tools: ResourceDescription Burden Of Proof in the Dictionaries, Burden Of Proof in our legal dictionaries, Related topics, Browse topics from the European Encyclopedia of Law, Browse the Legal […]

Bumper Development Corp., Ltd. v. Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis and Others

Bumper Development Corp., Ltd. v. Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis and Others in Europe (Union of India and Others, Claimants) England, Court of Appeal, Civil Division, 1991. In 1976, an Indian laborer named Ramamoorthi, who lived near the site of a ruined Hindu temple at Pathur in […]