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BJU100 Full Exam Notes

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ADR, ADVERSARIAL SYSTEM, LEGAL RESEARCH. BJU100 notes from semester 1 2017. tutor was Sarah Howe

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Law Legal history Philosophy of law Sources of law Acts Interpretation Act Precedent Statutory interpretation High Court Purposive approach Obiter dictum Ratio decidendi Case law
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Law Legal history Philosophy of law Sources of law Acts Interpretation Act Precedent Statutory interpretation High Court Purposive approach Obiter dictum Ratio decidendi Case law
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sters • Police • Pub servants • Individuals • Lawyers Doctrine of separation of powers • Aus system of govt is based on this • Says that govt functions are divided into 3 parts • No one body has complete power, each are accountable to each other • Checks and balances • Legislature o Parl o Make law through creating legislation • Judiciary o Courts & judges o Interprets legislation o Creates case law • Executive o Cabinet, ministers, vice regal officers, govt departments o Apply policy and carry law into effect Sources of law in Aus • legislation / statue o Constitution ▪ state and fed constitution o Act of parl o Subordinate/delegated legislation ▪ Consumer protection law ▪ Employment law ▪ Company law • Case law/ common law o Body of unwritten law derived from precents o Law declared from time to time by decisions of the court ...
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