Sources of Law and Framework of English Legal System

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BUSINESS LAW
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1SECTION 1......................................................................................................................................1P 1. Different sources of law and framework of English legal system..................................1P 2 Application of statuary or common law and role of government during formulating acts4SECTION 2.....................................................................................................................................7P 3. ( a ) Lawful obligation of employers...............................................................................7b). Significant contract and employment law impacting on business sceneries....................8SECTION 3......................................................................................................................................9P 4. Effective judicious solutions for business problems......................................................9P 5. Justification...................................................................................................................11SECTION 4....................................................................................................................................11P 6. (a) Concepts and benefits of alternatives conflict resolution........................................11b) Recommend an effective solution for different business issues......................................13CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................14REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................15
INTRODUCTIONLaw is playing a crucial role in each and every nation as they are responsible forgoverning and regulating different facets of society appropriately. There is a large number ofnorms or rules imposed by the government bodies which are providing correct direction toindividuals as well as corporation also so that they perform their day to day work and dutiesethically. Such laws are formulated by the members present in parliament that bound everyone toobey and respect this(Ye and et. al., 2011).. These legislations are designed for the mainintention of making an environment crime or corruption free. Business law is also a part of thiscivil legislation that deals with the commercial and corporate world. Some of the norms aredesigned for running organisation properly and all companies which are existing in UnitedKingdom and even those ventures also which import their goods and services in the UK are bindto follow such principles. These policies are commonly dealing with public as well as privatelaw. So, it is also known as commercial law which is responsible for controlling manufacturingand selling of products, contracts linked with firms, recruitment and dismissal activities, etc. Thepresent report is divided into different sections which is explaining structure of English legalsystem and various acts that are needed to be followed by all companies. In addition to this, partof government bodies in formulating a law is also discussed in this project. Apart from this, atechnique of solving disputes and conflicts known as Alternative Dispute Resolution is going tobe explained as well.SECTION 1P 1. Different sources of law and framework of English legal systemEnglish legal system is also known as European legitimate system. It consists of twomain legislations named as Civil and Criminal as well as having different procedures andjurisdictional activities(English Legal Materials,2016). Generally, it is applicable in Wales andEngland; but at the same time, lawful bodies of Northern Ireland are also adopting the identicalpatterns at their court. This has been examined that English legal system is having a hierarchicalstructure where by Supreme Court that is known as House of Lords is present at top level ofhierarchy and its judgement is considered as the last decision. Different other courts are liable torespect and obey their made conclusion. On the other hand, decisional procedures of Europeantribunal are not applied on domestic jurisdiction. Court of appeal is present at second level that is1
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