Giving Bribes

Giving Bribes in Europe Giving Bribes in Germany Provisions relating to giving bribes in the German Criminal Code [1]: This criminal issue is covered by Chapter Thirty, under the heading "Offences Committed in Public Office," located in Section 333 Giving bribes, which reads: (1) […]

Harmonisation

Harmonisation in Europe Description of Harmonisation The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes harmonisation in the following terms: [1] Harmonisation (referred to in the Treaty of Rome as approximation) is the legal process of standardisation implicit in the creation of the […]

Gitlow v New York

Gitlow v New York in Europe Introduction to Gitlow v New York Gitlow v. New York, decision by the Supreme Court of the United States in 1925 that affirmed the government’s right to limit speech that threatens its security. Benjamin Gitlow, a member of a radical section of the Socialist Party, […]

Gift

Definition of Gift A gratuitous grant or transfer of property. If not by deed, for a valid gift there must be an intention to give and such acts as are necessary to give effect to the intention, e.g., delivery. See Donatio; Irons v. Smallpiece Browse You might be interested in these references […]

Gil Da M Creator I A

Definition of Gil Da M Creator I A A guild merchant. The association of merchants of a town with the royal grant of the exclusive right of trading and of levying tolls on foreign traders Browse You might be interested in these references tools: ResourceDescription Gil Da M Creator I A in the […]

Gilds

Definition of Gilds Voluntary associations in towns in mediaeval England for religious and benevolent, or economic purposes. The chief were the Craft and Merchant Gilds. Survivors to-day are the City Companies Browse You might be interested in these references tools: ResourceDescription Gilds […]

Gidley V. Lord Palmers Ton

Definition of Gidley V. Lord Palmers Ton ((1822), 3 Brodr. & B. 275). This was an action against the defendant as Secretary of State for War, by the executor of a War Office clerk for arrears of retired allowance, which the defendant was authorised to pay out of moneys provided by Parliament. […]