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    I have given exam for my level 1 at brunel, i am free couple of months and i want look at next year syllabus, can anyone give me

    Level 2 LLB Syllabus


    • European Union Law
    • Land Law
    • Tort Law
    • Trusts
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    You might be better off asking in the Brunel forum, LLBs differ slightly from uni to uni. Also, what specifically do you mean by a 'syllabus'? Do you mean which topics you're looking at within them, a list of competences or a reading list?
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    I think s/he means what topics are covered within each module. I would like to know as well.
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    Yes. Topics
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    Again, it can vary based on uni, but in the Oxford course we do the following:

    EU law
    • Institutions, Integration etc
    • Legal and constitutional limits on law-making power
    • Supremacy
    • General principles and fundamental rights
    • Preliminary references
    • Direct/indirect/incidental effect
    • Domestic remedies and actions for damages against Member States
    • Judicial review of EU actions and damages against the EU
    • Free movement of goods, services and persons
    • EU citizenship


    Land law
    • Equitable and concurrent interests
    • The family home
    • Trusts of land
    • Leases
    • Licenses
    • Easements
    • Proprietary estoppel
    • Restrictive covenants
    • Mortgages
    • Registered land


    Tort law
    • Negligence (acts, omissions, standard of care)
    • Negligence (psychiatric injury)
    • Negligence (pure economic loss)
    • Causation
    • Remoteness of damage
    • Defences (contributory negligence, exclusion, volenti non fit injuria, illegality)
    • Occupiers' liability
    • Nuisance (private, public, Rylands v Fletcher)
    • Product liability
    • Employers' primary liability
    • Employers' vicarious liability
    • Defamation
    • Trespass
    • Economic torts (inducing breach of contract, intimidation, causing loss by unlawful means, conspiracy, deceit)
    • Remedies


    Trusts
    • The beneficiary principle and the rule against perpetuities
    • Nature and characteristics of a beneficiary's interest
    • Transfer of an equitable interest
    • Non-charitable purpose trusts
    • Charitable purpose trusts
    • Unincorporated associations
    • Quistclose trusts
    • The three certainties (intention, subject-matter, object)
    • Formalities and secret trusts
    • Covenants to settle
    • Constructive trusts
    • Resulting trusts
    • Duties and powers of a trustee
    • Liability of third parties
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    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)
    Again, it can vary based on uni, but in the Oxford course we do the following:

    EU law
    • Institutions, Integration etc
    • Legal and constitutional limits on law-making power
    • Supremacy
    • General principles and fundamental rights
    • Preliminary references
    • Direct/indirect/incidental effect
    • Domestic remedies and actions for damages against Member States
    • Judicial review of EU actions and damages against the EU
    • Free movement of goods, services and persons
    • EU citizenship


    Land law
    • Equitable and concurrent interests
    • The family home
    • Trusts of land
    • Leases
    • Licenses
    • Easements
    • Proprietary estoppel
    • Restrictive covenants
    • Mortgages
    • Registered land


    Tort law
    • Negligence (acts, omissions, standard of care)
    • Negligence (psychiatric injury)
    • Negligence (pure economic loss)
    • Causation
    • Remoteness of damage
    • Defences (contributory negligence, exclusion, volenti non fit injuria, illegality)
    • Occupiers' liability
    • Nuisance (private, public, Rylands v Fletcher)
    • Product liability
    • Employers' primary liability
    • Employers' vicarious liability
    • Defamation
    • Trespass
    • Economic torts (inducing breach of contract, intimidation, causing loss by unlawful means, conspiracy, deceit)
    • Remedies


    Trusts
    • The beneficiary principle and the rule against perpetuities
    • Nature and characteristics of a beneficiary's interest
    • Transfer of an equitable interest
    • Non-charitable purpose trusts
    • Charitable purpose trusts
    • Unincorporated associations
    • Quistclose trusts
    • The three certainties (intention, subject-matter, object)
    • Formalities and secret trusts
    • Covenants to settle
    • Constructive trusts
    • Resulting trusts
    • Duties and powers of a trustee
    • Liability of third parties

    Thank you! )
 
 
 

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