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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1SECTION 1......................................................................................................................................1P1 Structure of English legal system and different sources of laws...........................................1P2. Role of government in law making and application of common law in justice courts.........3SECTION 2......................................................................................................................................4P3 (A) Legal obligations of an employer....................................................................................4P3 (B) Employment and contract law and their influences on business.....................................5SECTION 3......................................................................................................................................6P4 Legal solutions for solving organisation problem.................................................................6P5 Justification of selected solution............................................................................................7SECTION 4......................................................................................................................................9P6 (A) Concept and benefits of Alternative Dispute Resolution Process...................................9P6 (B) Recommendation on an alternative legal solutions.........................................................9CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................10REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................11.......................................................................................................................................................12
INTRODUCTIONBusiness laws contain various types of rules and regulations by which organisation'sactivities can be carried out easily and effectively. In other terms, it can be said that these lawsexplain the way of forming and running company in an effective and efficient manner whichhelps in attaining the desired results or outcomes. These legislations have to be followed byevery enterprise otherwise, they will be liable for the penalty or punishment. These laws aremade by government which have their main motive to provide safety and security to the citizensof country and can easily handle critical situation that are prevailing in the state so that economyof nation can be developed. This project will contain various case laws which will aid inconducting the operational analysis. It will also state about different English legal systems andsources of laws which have to be followed by every organisation. While making an act,government plays an important rolebecause it is only one who takes corrective action forhandling any critical situation. Also,it will state about the role of employer towards employeesalong with describing employment and contract laws that are prevailing in the United Kingdom.Further, appropriate legal solutions which can be availed by disputed parties for protecting theirreputation in the market will be studied.SECTION 1P1. Structure of English legal system and different sources of lawsThis system has various types of rules and regulations which are known as laws that helpin carrying out the business activities in an effective and ethical manner. English legal systemcan be divided in two parts which are given as below-Civil law- It is a well organised system by which private disputes can be resolved easilyand effectively. It includes various rules and principles that are arranged in codes whichcan be easily accessed by the citizens and jurists. For example- If any person isterminatedfrom his employment without getting prior notice then in this situation, civillaw will deal with this issue.Criminal law- It will deal with that case where one person is harming to other individualintentionally. In short, it can be said that it handles serious cases such as murder or toaccess of any important data without getting permission,etc.1
In this structure, Supreme Court is a superior body whose decision has to be followed byevery person whether aggrieved parties are satisfied with it or not. If aggrieved parties will notfollow its judgement then they will be liable for the penalty.If any person will have any legal issues then he can get the best solution from followingbodies which are given as below-Firstly, he can take help of magistrate court and tribunal.Along with that, if he will not be satisfied then he can take support of other body which iscrown and country court. It deals for handling the serious offences.After that, aggrieved person can go to high court which is the second highest body inUnited Kingdom. It is divided in two parts which are given as below-Family division is the first one which can is also known as Queen's Bench andChancery part.Another one if divisional court which can be called as administrative and divisionaltribunal.If still, disputed party does not get solution for his problems then he can go to supremejudicature which is the largest body in United Kingdom and its judgement has to befollowed by every disputed party whether they are satisfied with this or not.Sources of laws-In a country, there are many sources of laws which are related to international, national,regional and religious. In United Kingdom, there are four types of sources which are given asbelow-2(Source1:English Legal structure, 2017)
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