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MGSC30H3- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 77 pages long!)

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Jeff Rybak

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[MGSC30H3] Comprehensive summer guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at May 2, 2017 – Lecture 1: Introduction to the Canadian Legal System • Where the law comes from o Magna Carta ▪ Turning point where religion broke from law ▪ Agreement of laws or rules that everyone had to follow including the king o Religion ▪ Includes a lot of law ▪ Religion and law same until magna carta ▪ Governing religious authority had to agree and back you on your authority (as king or whatnot) o Self-interest ▪ Used religion as a power tool ▪ Serve social goals o Need to maintain structure and order in society o Need to protect oneself o Common sense and mutual agreement o Morals o Social norms o Conflict o Trade-off between security and social freedom o More rules mean security increases and freedom decreases o British Common Law ▪ England developed the concept first ▪ Brought their legal system everywhere they went ▪ Kept legal system after countries broke away from the colony ▪ French colony in Canada • Protection for religion, language, and legal system (French Civil Code) • Both British and French code are used in Canada (French in Quebec) • How the law works o Jurisprudence and court decisions ▪ Government makes laws but the courts interpret the laws ▪ Common law • Once court makes decision, it is binding on the other courts as well ▪ Small courts, Court of Appeals, and Supreme Court of Canada o Functions of government find more resources at
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