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LAWS1006 Complete Notes

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Notes I made from all the lectures in the course, good indication of the readings you have to do every week. Seminar notes for statutory interpretation (for the case assignment) included. Hope it helps

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Law Legal history Sources of law Statutory law Common law South African law Law of Australia Precedent Supreme court Statutory interpretation English law Statute of Westminster
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Law Legal history Sources of law Statutory law Common law South African law Law of Australia Precedent Supreme court Statutory interpretation English law Statute of Westminster
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om lecture 1 Institutions -­‐ Bicameralism -­‐ Federalism -­‐ Separation of powers -­‐ Executive, legislative and judicial -­‐ Judges making law o Common law system o Interpreting law -­‐ Courts v Executives (Tribunalisation) -­‐ Law & politics Areas of law -­‐ Public vs private law -­‐ Criminal law -­‐ Constitutional and administrative law -­‐ Contract law -­‐ Property law -­‐ Tort law o Based on notion of equity -­‐ Corporations law -­‐ Procedural law/Evidence law -­‐ International law Colonial Australia -­‐ East coat claimed for Great Britain by Cook in 1770; NSW colony established by Phillip in 1788 -­‐ The status of colonial laws depended on whether t...
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