Aspects of the Legal System and Law-making Process

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Business Law
sTable of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1P1 Explaining the structure of English legal system and identifying the sources of law...........1P2 Explaining the role of government in law making and the way statutory as well as commonlaw is applied in justice courts....................................................................................................3M1 Evaluating the effectiveness of legal system in terms of recent reforms and development.....................................................................................................................................................4TASK 2............................................................................................................................................4P 3 A) Explaining the employers legal obligations in relation to various laws..........................4P 3 B) Differentiating and Analysing the impact of legislations, regulations and standards .....5M2 Analysing the potential impact of regulations, legislations and standards .........................5TASK 3............................................................................................................................................6P4 Suggesting appropriate legal solutions for each of business problems..................................6P5 Justification regarding above solutions..................................................................................7M3 Impact of legal solutions to the business problems..............................................................7TASK 4............................................................................................................................................8A ) Explaining the concept as well as benefits of using Alternative dispute resolutionmechanism .................................................................................................................................8B) Recommendation an alternative legal solutions to business problem....................................9CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................9REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................11
INTRODUCTIONBusiness law is defined as the structure of legislation that governs the business and trade.It is also considered as the part civil law. This code of conduct and regulation are formulated byconsidering the various business issues by both public and private sector. Business lawcontrolling and managing the issues related to the corporate contracts, hiring practices andmanufacture as well as sale of goods and services. English legal system was formulated in England. It regulates the legislation related toEngland and Wales. The laws of English legal system is much influenced by the European legalsystem.The study have focus on developing understanding about the structure of English legalsystem. It also Emphasizes on identifying the various sources of laws. Report will also includeexplanation about the role of government in law making and analysing the way statutory andcommon legislation is applied in the justice of courts.TASK 1P1 Explaining the structure of English legal system and identifying the sources of lawEnglish legal system has hierarchical structure of the English courts. In this structure thedecision taken by higher courts are binding on various other courts. This is the foundation ofdoctrine of precedent that is also considered as letting the decision stand. At the top of thehierarchy. There is supreme court formally known a house of lords in English legal system.Decision taken by the supreme court are binding on all the courts of UK. The structure splitsbetween the criminal and civil divisions. Divisional courts are established within the division ofhigh court. The high court has to accept the decision taken by upper courts.Tribunal courts- In this judicature special types of cases are to be solved by judges. The case thathas been handled in the court are generally related to the crime, security, tax, etc.Magistrate courts-This is the another significant element of structure of English legal system.This type of courts mainly deals with the cases related to the civil as well as criminal cases.Crown Court- The cases or law suits that are being transferred from the magistrate tribunal arefurther dealt by crown court. It mainly handles the law related to the crimes (Cheeseman andGarvey, 2014)1

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