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Introducing Law and Justice Notes

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These notes cover the course concepts and topics examinable in the ILJ Legal Writing Exercise/exam. Follows prescribed readings and summarises class materials, from statutory interpretation, the rule of law, to Mabo.

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Law Law enforcement Legal professions High Court Common law Supreme court Precedent Jurisdiction Courts of England and Wales State court Trial court Judiciary of Russia
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Law Law enforcement Legal professions High Court Common law Supreme court Precedent Jurisdiction Courts of England and Wales State court Trial court Judiciary of Russia
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g. if someone stole a car, In the court of law, the victim will more commonly receive the monetary value of the car, while in the court of equity the judge can tell the thief to return the property itself • In the court of law, a jury is present to determine the outcome of the case, while in equity court; there is only a judge present that...
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