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argylls law 1 mmc

argylls law 1

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enforceable rules of conduct laws
group of laws code
law based on current standards or customs of the people common law
law dictated by a sovereign or other central authority positive law
the power to decide a case jurisdiction
fairness equity
document that sets forth the framework of a government and its relationship to the people it governs constitution
legislatures that act for the people by enacting laws statutes
peices of legislation created by a town or city council ordinances
made after a trial has ended and one of the parties has appealed to a higher court case law
let the decision stand stare decisis
governmental bodies formed to carry out particular laws administative agencies
group of laws that allows individuals to seek legal remedies for wrongs done to them civil law
when the government investigates an illeged wrongdoing criminal law
deals with methods of enforcing legal rights and duties procedural law
defines legal rights and duties substantive law
rules that apply to business situations and transactions business law
a collection of standards of conduct and moral judgment frorming the basis for a reasoned, impartial decision ethics
open, peaceful violation of a law civil disobedience
insurance policy that pays the employer fidelity bond
Created by: mmcollins