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CLAW1001 Foundations of Business Law Complete Notes

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High quality notes that clearly and comprehensively outline the entire course. Compiled from the textbook, lecture notes, tutorials, readings and additional Women's College tutorials. Ideal supplement for the textbook as it concisely covers the entire course. Includes case summaries of all cases discussed in lectures and clear step-by-step layouts for answering problem questions. Color coded to easily differentiate between cases, content and law.

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Law Law of Australia Precedent Supreme court Law of the United States Common law Judiciary High Court Separation of powers Law of Russia Primary and secondary legislation Sources of law
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Law Law of Australia Precedent Supreme court Law of the United States Common law Judiciary High Court Separation of powers Law of Russia Primary and secondary legislation Sources of law
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g. Aboriginal Law • Common Law: 1. Common law system (as opposed to civil law systems) 2. Judge-made law (as opposed to legislation) 3. Judge-made law developed in common law courts (opposed to equity courts) • Legislation: laws made by a body recognised by the legal system as having the power and authority to make laws REQUISITES OF LAW: • Certainty: enables people to engage in transactions + relationships, reasonab...
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