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Legal Method - 2013

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Professor Hinchy, Ratio, Statute interpretation, safeguarding the judiciary, legal reasoning and case analysis

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Law Legal history Common law Law of Australia Supreme court English law Equity Sources of law Administrative law Judicial review Civil law Writ
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15% 5, 6 Exam -­‐ during Exam Period (Central) End of Semester Exam Examination Period 65% 1, 2, 3, 4 Introduction and Overview of Common Law in Australia: WK 1 Public Law deals with those areas of law where the interests of the public are the overriding factor. Private Law deals more with individual rights and private relationships. However, there is much overlapping – when private law is breached this can overlap into Public law as “Society has an interest in peace and good order” Administrative Law...
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