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3-02-2010 @ 6:57AM
Keith is correct. When one talks about English law, they are referring to the Laws of England and Wales. This is indeed different than the laws of either Scotland or Northern Ireland, especially after the 1998 Devolution Acts. As a final year law student, this distinction is key!Also, in terms of political geography, "Britain" is really the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. If you ask anyone in Britain, England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland are all DIFFERENT countries, just under a loosely tied umbrella.Great article, btw! If you need any help with English or EU contract law, I'm more than capable to help you out!
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