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Argylls 1 Laws Kmm

Argylls 1 Laws

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Enforced rules of conduct in a society laws
Laws grouped into an organized form Code
Laws based on the current standards or customs of the people common law
Law based on the dictates of a central political authority positive law
the power to decide a case over the most important cases jurisdiction
fairness equity
document that sets forth the framework of a government and its relationship to the people it governs constitution
law enacted by state or federal legislatures statutes
pieces of legislation created by a town or city council by a county board or commission ordinances
made when an appellate court endorses a rule to be used in deciding court cases case law
doctrine that requires lower courts to follow existing case law in deciding similar cases stare decisis
governmental bodies formed to carry out particular laws administrative agencies
group of laws used to provide remedy for wrongs against individuals civil laws
group of laws that defines and sets punishments for offenses against society criminal laws
sets forth how rights and responsibilities can be legally excised and reforced through the legal system procedural law
defines rights and duties substantive law
covers rules that apply to business situations and transactions Business law
defines the process for enforcing the law when someone is charged with a crime criminal procedure
used to achieve the same end when a civil law has been violated civil procedure
UCC uniform commercial code
based on consitiution constitutional law
enacted by legislative bodies statutory law
rules and regulations made by administrative agencies administrative law
collection of standards of conduct and moral judgment ethics
consequences based on reasoning utilitarianism
ethical principles used in making business decisions Business ethics
ethical system developed by German philosopher Kantian ethics
test to help determine what actions are fundamentally wrong universalizing
insurance policy that pays the employer money in the case of theft by the employees fidelity bond
an open, peaceful, violation of a law to protest its alleged, or supposed injustice civil disobedience
idea that the same ethicak standards apply to everyone impartiality
composed of an organized and consistent compilation of such standards usually set down by an established authority ethical system
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