How to answer past year questions on CLRI.
UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
DIPLOMA IN LAW
DIPLOMA IN THE COMMON LAW
ALL SCHEMES AND ROUTES
BSc DEGREES WITH LAW
Common Law Reasoning and Institutions
Tuesday 20 May 2014: 10.00 – 13.15
Candidates will have fifteen minutes during which they may read the paper and make rough notes ONLY in their answer books. They then have the remaining THREE HOURS in which to answer the questions.
Candidates must answer the COMPULSORY question in Part A, TWO from the SEVEN questions in Part B and the COMPULSORY question in Part C.
NOTE: Candidates may detach the sections of the Identity Documents Act
2010 from pages 6 to 12 of this question paper for ease of reference in
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(a) sections 25 and 26 of that Act (possession of false identity documents etc), and
(b) section 38 of that Act (verifying information provided with passport applications etc), are re-enacted by this Act (with consequential amendments and, in the case of section 38, also with minor amendments).
In addition, the amendment of section 1 of the Consular Fees Act 1980 made by section 36 of the Identity Cards Act 2006 continues to have effect subject to a consequential amendment (see paragraph 2 of the
Schedule to this Act).
Cancellation of ID cards etc
No ID cards are to be issued by the Secretary of State at any time on or after the day on which this Act is passed.
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All ID cards that are valid immediately before that day are to be treated as cancelled by the Secretary of State at the end of the period of one month beginning with that day.
As soon as reasonably practicable after that day, the Secretary of
State must send a letter to every cardholder—
(a) informing the cardholder that the cardholder’s ID card is to be treated as cancelled as mentioned in subsection (2), and
(b) providing the cardholder with such information about the consequences of its cancellation as the Secretary of
State considers appropriate.
A letter under subsection (3) must be sent to the address recorded (at