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BC_PPE

Terms for BC PPE

TermDefinition
Charter A section of the Constitution that establishes individual rights that apply to all Canadians and in many cases to non-citizens in Canada
Common Law Laws created by judges based upon principles of law and equity established and modified over hundreds of years, tracing their roots to England
Civil Law A more codified version of common law based on the Napoleonic Code of France.
Contracts Voluntary agreements between two or more parties that set out the rights, responsibilities, and liabilities of the parties to each other
Torts Acts committed by one party in violation of the rights of another which are considered sufficiently wrong as to give rise to liability.
Negligence The failure to take reasonable care for another person.
Case Law Created by judges to create legal principles and interpret statutes.
Created by: engineeredfish