Judiciary Structure of English Legal System and Sources of Law - Report

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1P1. Structure of English legal system and different sources of law............................................1P2 Role of court in law making and application of statutory and common laws........................3TASK 2............................................................................................................................................5P3 Impact of business law on organisation.................................................................................5TASK 3............................................................................................................................................7P4 Legal solution to business problem........................................................................................7(a)..............................................................................................................................................7(b)...............................................................................................................................................8P5 Justification............................................................................................................................8TASK 4............................................................................................................................................8P6 (a) Concepts and benefits of ADR.........................................................................................8(b)...............................................................................................................................................9CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................9REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................11
INTRODUCTIONLaw is a system prepared by governmental and administrative authorities to enforce onevery individual and institution of country to regulate their behaviour. It is necessary to adherewith all such regulations provided by such authorities. Commercial or business law is the part oflegislation which governs the activities of industries which are operating their activities in UK.Main purpose of government behind development of such regulation is to provide a fixedprocedure regarding running and closing of the business activities. Adherence of such laws byorganisation prevent them from unnecessary legal penalties and fines (Bagley, 2010).In the present report, judiciary structure of English legal system and sources of law whichare adhered by organisation in providence of their functions, role of government in developmentof legislations as well as obligation of employer regarding different laws will be explained. Also,the concept and benefits of Alternative Dispute Resolution Process will be discussed.TASK 1P1. Structure of English legal system and different sources of lawEnglish legal system contains such laws and regulations which are applied on both;England and Wales. Legal system provides the rules regarding both; civil and criminal law. It isnecessary for all the individuals of such country to follow these rules regarding performance oftheir activities. This legal system was developed in the 18thcentury. The most authoritative lawof England is called as statutory law which includes many acts of parliament, bye-laws andregulations. Statutory laws are called as main laws which are approved by both; house ofparliament and house of lord. In the absence of such statutory laws, Common laws are preparedby sitting judges of country on the basis of judicial decisions, residual sources of law, custom,etc. Parliament has the power to amend and repealed such common laws.Criminal Law:It is an important law which governs the rules and regulations regardingserious nature of offences which attract imprisonment and death penalties.Civil law:It is an effective law which provides the rules and regulations regarding tort,families, companies, etc. Commercial law is also covered under civil legislation. Under this,main aim of sitting judges is to provide relief to parties of dispute.1
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