BUS 393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Canadian Human Rights Commission, Royal Assent, Ultra Vires

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Business law in canada chapter 2: introduc on to the legal system. The body of rules made by a government that can be enforced by the courts or by other government agencies. Establishes the rights on individual has in society and the limits on their conduct. The right to travel, vote, and own property, as well as prohibi ons against the and murder are examples of substan ve law. Includes cons tu onal law that determines how the country is governed and the laws that a ect an individual"s rela onship with government, including criminal law and the regula ons created by government agencies. Involves the rules that govern our personal, social, and business rela ons, which are enforced by one person suing another in a private or civil ac on. Courts in civil law jurisdic ons are not required to follow past decisions, and 2 very similar cases may be decided di erently.

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