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TABL1710 Week 1 Summary

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Detailed summary of week1 contents. Good for revision for in-class test (covers week 1-2).

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TABL1710 Week 1 Summary
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Law Law of Australia Common law Supreme court Precedent Separation of powers Administrative law Judiciary Constitution of Australia English law Sources of law Judiciary of Australia Made Law
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Law Law of Australia Common law Supreme court Precedent Separation of powers Administrative law Judiciary Constitution of Australia English law Sources of law Judiciary of Australia Made Law
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Sources of law in Australia Adopted the English common law system main types of laws in the Common law legal system STATUTE LAW made in the parliament (enacted law) may be changed by parliament and interpreted by the courts JUDGE MADE LAW/COMMON LAW made by the courts (unenacted law) may be changed by parliament and developed by future court cases Definition of Common law The law created by the courts/reported decisions of the judges Definition of Equity A body of legal principles or legal rules developed by the Courts of Chancery (“Courts of Equity”) in England England had 2 parallel court systems - courts that could only award money damages - “courts of equity” that could issue broader range of remedies (because of the growing inflexibility and rigidity of common law, implies fairness and justice in the law) Two types of...
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