English Legal System and Its Structure in Business Law

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BUSINESS LAW
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1P1. English legal system and its structure also different sources of law.....................................1P2. Government's role in law making process and application of statutory and common law...2TASK 2...........................................................................................................................................3P3 (A). Duties of employer applied in different conditions........................................................3TASK 3............................................................................................................................................5P4. Appropriate solutions for legal problems.............................................................................5P5. Appropriate solution for various legal conflicts...................................................................6TASK 4............................................................................................................................................7P6. (A) ADR (Alternate dispute resolution) process..................................................................7P6. (B) Recommendations and comparison with another country..............................................7CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................8REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9
INTRODUCTIONBusiness law is able to deals with the creation or establishment of business. Throughwhich issues are also resolve arise within existing business interact with public, legal authoritiesand other firms. It is considered as legal implication which is imposed on entities. As it isenforceable legal system which is beneficial for all types of firms. There are various types ofsources of laws that every company needs to comply with (Plerhoples, 2012). English legalsystem is responsible to follow systematic structure for its smooth functioning. Legal authoritiesplay significant role in law making process. Through which growth and development of countryis possible.TASK 1P1. English legal system and its structure also different sources of law.English legal system is the legal body itself which needs to follow systematic structurefor the smooth functioning. Through which they are able to take effective decision. It havingimpact on the existence of entire country (Strauss, 2011). Management take decision on the basisof this process. There are various types of courts which are incorporated for the purpose ofresolving matter of people. Criminal cases are usually file in criminal and other cases file in civilcourts.In UK, it can be considered that in accordance with the hierarchial structure of courts inUK, the decision of higher courts is binding upon the lower courts. This forms a basis of aDoctrine of Precedent.So, in this regard, Supreme court is at highest and topmost authority level, which is alsoknown as House of Lords. In this aspect, decisions made by the cited court are binding uploadthis court. After supreme court, Court of appeal realises its duty. It is further divided into twoparts, which can be characterised as Civil and Criminal Branches. In this light, it can be said thatdecisions, which are ruled by both the courts are binding upon its lower courts. These courts canbe further divided into magistrates court, county court etc. In this light it can also be consideredthat decisions of Supreme and high court are binding upon lower courts.
Different sources of laws, which are required to be complied by organisations are:Working time regulation act, 1998- According to this law employees are onlyable to work 9 hours in a day and 48 hours in a week. This regulation governstime of worker and define stipulated rest in breaks, leaves etc. No employer canuse workers more then time specified in law. But if employees done overtime andalso firm paid for the same then it is enforceable by law.Pensions act, 2008- Employees which leave office after providing their dutiesfrom so many years. Then company is responsible to made payment to themequalto the rate of percentage is mentioned under law. As per this law firms are boundto provide this compulsory payment to their employees.Trade union and labour relations act, 1992-Trade is responsible to providebetter advice to both employer and employee. They need to maintain relationshipamong them and try to manage their performance as well.Constitution- It is considered as biggest sources of law. Furthermore, it can separatepower among other legal authorities and try to maintain their performance as well.Illustration1: Structure of English Legal system
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