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Employment Law Statutes
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0421796901, Paperback)Sweet & Maxwell Statutes offer accurate and comprehensive coverage of all core and several popular optional subjects on current law courses. Compiled using data from WestlawUK, each text provides the most up-to-date statutory material and the quality and relevance of these selections is further assured by our experienced editors. Each title offers a clear layout, a chronological table of contents, a comprehensive index and para-numbering system and the lack of commentary makes these texts ideal for exam use. New editions are produced in line with the frequency of legal developments and full updates and amendments to legislation can be found on the Sweet & Maxwell Statutes web site between editions (www.sweetandmaxwell.co.uk/products/statutes) Designed specifically to meet the needs of students, Sweet & Maxwell Statutes are an essential and affordable purchase for all those following LLB and CPE programmes. A Compiled from WestlawUK, each text offers the most accurate and up-to-date material A Experienced editors ensure content maps closely onto course syllabuses A No commentary - ideal for exam use A Clear layouts, a comprehensive index and para-numbering aid navigation throughout A Online updates and amendments available between editions Material has been included from such key pieces of legislation such as: Disability Discrimination Act 1995; Asylum and Immigration Act 1996 and Human Rights Act 1998. Extracts from additional materials such as SIs (eg The Flexible Working (Procedural Requirements) Regulations 2002), EC legislation and the ACAS Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures have also been incorporated.
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