The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50
University of New Zealand. — Jurisprudence and Constitutional History. — Paper b. Constitutional Law and History. — Examiner: W. A. Hunter, M.A., LL.D
University of New Zealand.
Jurisprudence and Constitutional History.
Paper b. Constitutional Law and History.
Examiner: W. A. Hunter, M.A., LL.D.
|1.||What were the political and social results of the dissolution of the monasteries?|
|2.||What illegal exactions of money were made by Henry VII. and Henry VIII.?|
|3.||State the provisions of the Statute of Treasons? What is constructive treason? Upon what grounds have the dynamitards been held guilty of treason felony?|
|4.||Account for the strength of the royal prerogative under the Tudors.|
|5.||Give instances of illegal interference with the freedom of elections by James I., and what parliamentary disputes arose out of such interference?page 2|
|6.||Describe the judicial procedure that the Normans found existing in England. What changes did they introduce?|
|7.||What alterations in Constitutional Law may be traced to the Revolution of 1688?|
|8.||Describe the origin and development of trial by jury.|
|9.||In what cases has the right of the King to commit to prison without cause assigned been questioned in the Courts of Law?|