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LAW AND LEGALSYSTEM
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3MAIN BODY...................................................................................................................................3TASK 1............................................................................................................................................3P1 Different types of laws in the English legal system...............................................................3P2. Main principals of the criminal law......................................................................................4M1 Evaluation of different types and principals of the law to particular offence......................5TASK 2............................................................................................................................................5P3 Structure of magistrate and crown courts..............................................................................5P4 The route for appeal in the criminal court structure..............................................................7M2 Analyse of structures of the Magistrates and Crown Courts for criminal proceedings.......7D1. how the criminal justice system works by critically analysing how a particular criminaloffence would be dealt with........................................................................................................8CONCLUSION ...............................................................................................................................8REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9
INTRODUCTIONLaws and legal systems are equal for all the organisation. It is necessary for them tofollow the different regulatory framework of the laws (Leoni, 2012). There are various kind oflaws such as civil laws, criminal laws etc. Herein, the project report different kind of laws andprincipals of laws such as judicial precedent, burden of proof, standard of proof are mentioned.Apart from it, structure and working of the criminal law is described in broad sense. So overallmain objective of the project report is to enforce the understanding of the legal system in relationto the criminal justice system.MAIN BODYTASK 1.P1 Different types of laws in the English legal system.The English legal system is categorised into different parts which are applicable as perthe situation and type of case. Mainly, the English legal system is divided into civil laws,criminal laws, common and statute law. These laws are mentioned below:Civil law- The civil law is a kind of law which is helpful in protecting the rights of thehuman being (Rembar, 2015). Eventually, this law provides legal remedies that help indifferent kind of disputes. Civil law is divided into four categorise which are as follows:Contract law- The contract law is regarding to the agreement between the two parties in whichboth the parties must complete their responsibilities. All the disputes regarding to the contractcover in this section.Tort law- This law is the type of civil law that consists dispute regarding to any personal damageor breach of duty.Property law- It consists the matter related to the personal and real property. The personalproperty covers tangible and intangible assets like jewellery, machinery, patents, copyrights etc.The real property means anything that can not be removed .Family law- It is a type of law which looks after the disputes like divorce, marriage, adoption,birth etc.Criminal law- This is a kind of law which deals in the matter related to any crime(Harding, 2019). The criminal law comes into the action when a person commits anycriminal act and breaks the law. This law is categorised into two parts such as:

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