Green Currencies

Green Currencies in Europe Description of Green currencies The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes green currencies in the following terms: [1] Green currencies, introduced into the Common Agricultural Policy in the late 1960s, represent an artificial common exchange rate […]

Francovich Ruling

Francovich Ruling in Europe Description of Francovich ruling The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes francovich ruling in the following terms: [1] Francovich, an employee of an insolvent Italian company, claimed that he would have received greater financial protection if […]

Robbery

Robbery in Europe Definition of Robbery

The taking and carrying away with violence or with threats of injury of a thing which is on the body or in the immediate presence of a person. See section 23, Larceny Act, 1916

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Rome I

Rome I in Europe Rome I and the European Judicial System Description of Rome I provided by the European Union Commission: Rome I is the expression often used for the Convention of 1980 on the law applicable to contractual obligations, signed under the auspices of the European Economic […]

Romania

Romania in Europe Outline of the Country´s Legal System According to the work "Guide to Foreign and International Citations", by the Journal of International Law and Politics (New York University School of Law): "The Romanian Constitution, adopted in 1991 and most recently […]

Cecchini Report

Cecchini Report in Europe Description of Cecchini Report The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes cecchini report in the following terms: [1] The 1988 Cecchini Report, named after the chairman of a Commission-appointed committee of experts, is chiefly famous as a cautionary […]

Rome II

Rome II in Europe Rome II and the European Judicial System Description of Rome II provided by the European Union Commission: Rome II is the expression often used for the draft Community instrument on the law applicable to non-contractual obligations. Resources Popular Topics about European […]

Rosa Luxemburg

Rosa Luxemburg in Europe Introduction to Rosa Luxemburg Rosa Luxemburg (1871-1919), German socialist leader and revolutionary, prominent in the international socialist movements in the early years of the 20th century. She was born on March 5, 1871, in Zamo__, Poland (then a part of Russia), […]

Royal Fish

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

Rossiter V. Miller

Definition of Rossiter V. Miller ((1878), L. R. 3 A. C. 1124). Held, that although an acceptance of an offer subject to a formal contract being drawn up and signed is conditional and does not create a binding contract, a mere statement that a formal contract will be drawn up for signature does […]

Rout

Definition of Rout An unlawful assembly which has made some motion towards the execution of the common purpose of the persons assembled. It is, therefore, intermediate between an unlawful assembly and a riot (q.v.) Browse You might be interested in these references tools: ResourceDescription […]

Routledge V. Grant

Definition of Routledge V. Grant ((1828), 3 C. & P. 267). Held, that an acceptance must be identical with the offer and not vary its terms in any way Browse You might be interested in these references tools: ResourceDescription Routledge V. Grant in the Dictionaries, Routledge V. Grant in our […]

Roberts V. Gray

Definition of Roberts V. Gray ([1913] 1 K. B. 520). Held, that a contract for the education of an infant so that he may able to earn his living (e.g., as a professional billiard player) is a contract for necessaries Browse You might be interested in these references tools: ResourceDescription […]

Robinson V. Pett

Definition of Robinson V. Pett ((1734), 3 P. Wms. 132). Held, that the Court never allows an executor or trustee for his time and trouble ; neither will it alter the case that the executor renounces, and yet is assisting in the executorship ; and this, even though it appears that the executor […]

Roe V. T Ran Mar R

Definition of Roe V. T Ran Mar R ((1757), Willes, 682). Ut res magis valeat quam pereat. A in consideration of natural love and of 100, by deeds of lease and release, granted after his own death certain premises to his brother, and covenanted and granted that the premises should, after his […]

Rolls

Definition of Rolls In ancient times records were written on pieces of parchment stitched together so as to form a long continuous piece, which was rolled up when not in use.The Parliament Rolls are the records of the proceedings of Parliament, especially Acts of Parliament Browse You might be […]

Roeoorla V. Thomas

Definition of Roeoorla V. Thomas ((1842), 3 Q. B. 234). The plaintiff alleged that in consideration of his having purchased a horse from the defendant, the latter promised the horse was free from vice. Held, the promise was not actionable for want of consideration, the purchase of the horse […]

Elihu Root

Elihu Root in Europe Introduction to Elihu Root Root, Elihu (1845-1937), American lawyer and political leader, was elected president of the N.Y. State Bar Association in 1910 (year in which won a Nobel prize), and chairman of the board of trustees of the Carnegie Institution of […]