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Foundations of law

LAW1111 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Royal Assent, Drafter, Primary And Secondary Legislation
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TOPIC 4: WORKING WITH LEGISLATION How is an Act of Parliament made? Terminology Legislation o Statutes (i.e. acts made by parliament) o Delegated legislation (i.e. rules, regulations, the power delegated to other executes ...

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LAW1111
Jessie Taylor
LAW1111 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Drafter, Royal Assent, Primary And Secondary Legislation
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find more resources at oneclass.com TOPIC 4: WORKING WITH LEGISLATION How is an Act of Parliament mad e? -Terminology- Legislation o Statutes (i.e. acts made by parliament o Delegated legislation (i.e. rules, regulations, ...

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LAW1111
Jessie Taylor
LAW1111 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Exchequer Of Pleas, Michaelmas Term, Winterbottom V Wright
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TOPIC 3: PRECEDENT IN ACTION 1. The changing nature of ratio decidendi in cases WHAT IS CASE LAW (COMMON LAW)? Law developed by judges (usually by those in superior courts) : Major source of law o Decisions made by judges ...

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LAW1111
Jessie Taylor
LAW1111 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Susan Crennan, Kenneth Hayne, Susan Kiefel
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TOPIC 2: WORKING WITH CASE LAW 1. Judges in Australia WHO APPOINTS JUDGES? Federal Judges appointed by Governor General on recommendation of the Federal Cabinet o Recommendation is always followed o Commonwealth Attorney G...

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LAW1111
Jessie Taylor
LAW1111 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Kenneth Hayne, Robert French, Susan Crennan
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find more resources at oneclass.com TOPIC 3: WORKING WITH CASE LAW 1. Judges in Australi a WHO APPOINTS JUDGES? Federal Judges appointed by Governor-General on recommendation of the Federal Cabinet o Recommendation is alwa...

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LAW1111
Jessie Taylor
LAW1111 Midterm: LAW1111 (Foundations of Law) Mid-semester Test Reference (Topic 1 - Introduction and Overview)
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TOPIC 1: INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW 1. What sources of laws exist in Australia? WHAT SOURCES OR LAWS EXIST? Religious texts (e.g. Old Testament Deuteronomy) Morals Topic Overall moral standing Impact on Law Animal Cruelty I...

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Jessie Taylor

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