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Lecture 1

ACTG 2P40 Lecture 1: Lecture 1
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find more resources at oneclass.com Sept 13, 2016 Chapters 1 and 2 Introduction to Law Contact: 905- 688 – 0416 Philosophies of Law 1) Natural Law a) Religious La▯: all la▯s spri▯g fro▯ religio▯; There’s right fro▯ ▯ro▯g. Example: The 10 Commandments; Bible b) Non-Religious Law: laws that come from the fact that we are humans and we can actually think 2) Legal Positivism: natural law is stupid. Laws should be divided into physical and normative. Normative laws are human ways to control other humans; Manmade laws. The Role of Law 1) Governance of Conduct  Governs what people do  Example: income tax act – government says to out – government sa▯s to put ▯o▯e▯ for the go▯er▯▯e▯t, do▯’t spe▯d it all 2) The Authority for Government to Act  The government has its own laws too 3) Governance of Relationships  Maintains relationships  Example: contracts – the terms in the contracts are laws Sources of Law in Canada 1) Three Sources of Law in Canada a) The Constitution also known as The British North American Act i) The Constitution ii) The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms  The Constitution lists what areas Federal, Municipal and Provincial governments are in charge of  The charter governs the government  The charter sa▯s the go▯er▯▯e▯t ca▯’t ▯ake la▯s that def▯ the charter find more resources at oneclass.com find more resources at oneclass.com  The charter is not for individuals b) Legislation: wr
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