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The Legal System Basic Notes

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Covers syllabus points of the legal system for the Legal Studies preliminary course

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International law Common law Law English law Jurisdiction Precedent Public international law Conflict of laws Sources of international law Civil law Draft:HISTORY OF NIGERIAN CRIMINAL LAW Law of the Netherlands
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International law Common law Law English law Jurisdiction Precedent Public international law Conflict of laws Sources of international law Civil law Draft:HISTORY OF NIGERIAN CRIMINAL LAW Law of the Netherlands
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Customs Collective habits/traditions that have been developed by a society or parts of a society, over a long period of time. Generally, customs are passed down through generations by word of mouth and do not require to be recorded in books or other documents to be considered authoritative. rules and law Rules are not legally binding or enforceable whereas laws are. Rules only apply to a certain group not society as a whole and are only punishable when broken by the leader of the group not by the legal system values Principles or attitudes that we (society) hold as important Ethics define law A set of rules that are binding to society as whole, are legally enforceable and officially recognised. distinguish between customs, rules, laws, values and ethics ...
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