At first, equity was often criticised as erratic, that it varied according to the length of the Chancellor’s foot. Over time, courts of equity developed solid principles, especially under Lord Eldon. In the 19th century in England, and in 1937 in the U.S., the two systems were merged.
- People can sue an agency, local council, public service, or government ministry for judicial review of actions or decisions, to ensure that they comply with the law, and that the government entity observed required procedure.
- Because popular elections appoint political parties to govern, the leader of a party can change in between elections.
- She teaches Introduction to Indonesian Law; Intellectual Property Rights; Environmental law courses.
- Universitas Gadjah Mada with its eighteen faculties consists of more than 50 thousand students combination of local students from many regions in Indonesia and also international students around the world.
- She teaches Introduction to Indonesian Law; Introduction