By Richard Haigh
Completely revised and up-to-date version of the 1st advisor to the criminal points of AIDS. Written through skilled attorneys for The Terrence Higgins belief. Covers coverage, housing employment, little ones, immigration, felony legislation.
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Instead the concept of ‘infliction of harm’ is used. These words also appear in s. 23 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861, which deals, along with s. 24, with the administration of poison. The majority in Clarence considered the transmission of an infection to be similar to poisoning. The meaning of ‘infliction of harm’ was considered in Clarence and it was held that the meaning of the word ‘inflict’ suggested an immediate and necessary connection between the accused’s conduct and the harm suffered by the victim (per Stephen, J.
It is an implied term of most employment contracts and is important because, if there has been a breakdown in trust and confidence between the employer and employee, the employment contract may be considered to be at an end and the party who is not at fault entitled to damages. It is interesting to note that it has been held that this duty includes the obligation of an employer to provide support to the employee (and vice versa). An employer who is actively homophobic may well fail to provide the required degree of support to the employee.
It is an offence under s. 43 of the Telecommunications Act 1984 to send by means of a public telecommunications service a message that is ‘grossly offensive or of an indecent, obscene or menacing character’. ‘Obscene’ is not defined in the Act, but arguably, the definition will be the one contained in the Post Office Act 1953. Presumably a prosecution under this provision might be possible if it was felt that advice, or counselling, relating to safer sex as given by counsellors to members of the public over the telephone was ‘obscene’, but it is very difficult, given the one-to-one nature of counselling, to envisage a complaint ever arising to provide grounds for a prosecution.
Aids by Richard Haigh