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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1SECTION 1......................................................................................................................................1P1Structure of the English legal system and the different sources of laws that organisationsmust comply with........................................................................................................................1P2 Explain the role of government in law-making and how statutory and common law isapplied in the justice courts.........................................................................................................3SECTION 2......................................................................................................................................4P3 Impact of law on business organisation: ...............................................................................4SECTION 3......................................................................................................................................7P4 Legal solutions for business problems: .................................................................................7P5 Justification for the solutions ................................................................................................8SECTION 4 .....................................................................................................................................9A. Benefits and Concept of using Alternative Dispute Resolution ............................................9B. Recommendation for the given business issue. ...................................................................11CONCLUSION .............................................................................................................................12REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................13
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INTRODUCTIONAny activities that impacts negatively the physical and emotional health of the employeesare treated as unlawful and punished accordingly. The English legal system and the sources oflaw are explained in this report. Application of statutory and common law and the role ofgovernment is explained in this report. Employees working in an organisation has certainbenefits regarding their health and compensations are detailed, also, their health and safety,harassment and equal opportunities are detailed. Impact of workplace safety and justificationsare mentioned under Employment Right Act 1996 are explained below. The dismissal of contractas per the requirement of the agreement in case of misuse of the contract as well as the breach ofthe contract. Keeping in mind about the safety of the employees in case if fire injuries areincurred and their benefits by insurance policies are detailed below in this report.SECTION 1P1Structure of the English legal system and the different sources of laws that organisations mustcomply withLegal system can be defined as the system of laws which an organisation must have to follow incase of any conflict for the smooth running of an organisation and to work in an effective way.STRUCTURE OF ENGLISH LEGAL SYSTEM IS AS FOLLOWS:SUPREME COURT-->CRIMINAL-->COURT OF APPEAL--> CROWN COURT-->MAGISTRATE COURTSUPREME COURT-->CIVIL-->COURT OF APPEAL-->HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE-->COUNTY COURTIn the hierarchy of English legal system, supreme court comes at the top and hence its decisionare binding upon all the lower court of justice, that is, the decision of higher court is bindingupon all the Lower courts. Court of appeal comes below supreme court in hierarchy and is
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divided in two parts criminal and civil and decision of these binds other lower courts. If there areany conflicts court has to decide which decision has to follow, and the court of appeal mustfollow the decision given by the higher court. Criminal decisions has to be taken with careaccording to an individual so they have to comply with more obligations. High court are boundby the court superior to it and has to follow the decisions of high court and the court of appeals.Comes below it is the crown court whose decisions are though considered as persuasive but arenot bound by these decisions. Magistrates and County courts comes at the end ,means they arenot bind by their own decisions. They do not have binding effect on any other court and has torely upon superior courts for their decision making in case of any conflicts. Before giving anydecision court has to consider all the facts at the particular situation in order to decide in aprudent way. In case, if the organisation is not satisfied with the decision given by court , thecourt have to reconsider the facts and figures again and resolve the problem prevailing at theparticular time. So, every organisation has to follow particular structure of laws to solve anyproblem and so has to comply with different sources of laws. Sources of laws means the origin ofthe rules that helps any organisation to govern its affairs in a better way. The sources which helpsthe organisation that are Constitution, It is the supreme law of land for the country and serves asthe best way as rules are made concerning the welfare of the people, so organisation can derivesits legal part taking help of this. Other source is legislature, It consists of the legislative body ofthe country which helps in making laws and it derives it power from the article laid in theconstitution. With that the other factor is executive, It refers to the highest officer of the county,that is, the President, who signs bill, issue executive order and make treaties. The mostsignificant factor is judiciaries, They include panel of court whose decisions are binding uponany organisation. Another source is administrative agencies, they include government bodiescreated by the legislature. And the other source is international organisation, they can also help.For example:International Court of justice which is a judicial branch of United Nations etc.So, above are some ways by which any organisation can derive their sources of laws towork in a better way.P2 Explain the role of government in law-making and how statutory and common law is appliedin the justice courts.Sovereignty is the oldest form of government in United Kingdom. In a sovereignty, kingor queen is Head of state. The main role of government in law making is to review, alter, revise,
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