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Foundations of Law - Concise Summaries About Important Points Covered in the Topics

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The document contains though summaries of main points covered in each week in Foundations of Law seminars. Includes different theories of law as well as the law relating to Indigenous Australians. Also, covers how to find ratio and obiter in a case etc.

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Law Political philosophy Philosophy of law Common law Legal history Case law Precedent Sources of law English law International law Equity Judiciary
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Law Political philosophy Philosophy of law Common law Legal history Case law Precedent Sources of law English law International law Equity Judiciary
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- Substantive defines the rights and duties of the people, but procedural law lays down the rules with the help of which they are enforced. Public and private law Substantive law into 2 categories: public law and private law Public law - concerned with the relationship between the individual and the state - set of legal rules that establish the rights and obligations of the individual when dealing with the state and vice versa. - Subcategories include: • Constitutional law: regu...
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