Sources of English Law and Their Judicial Structure

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1P1. Sources of English Law and their judicial structure.............................................................1P2. Contribution of the parliament in law making process & statutory and common law.........4TASK 2...........................................................................................................................................4P3 (A) Influence of law on various situations.............................................................................4P3 (B) Employment through contract law..................................................................................5TASK 3............................................................................................................................................6P4. Suitable solution for the problems arsing.............................................................................6P5. Justification of the solution...................................................................................................7TASK 4............................................................................................................................................7P6. (A) Alternate Dispute Resolution.........................................................................................7P6. (B) Alternate legal Solution..................................................................................................8CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................8REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9Books and Journals.....................................................................................................................9
INTRODUCTIONIn the business environment enterprises are affected by lots of factors which exists in theinternal and external surrounding. But there is one factors which highly put its influence on thebusinesses. Legal factors can shut down the company if management of the firm does not adaptaccording to it. This element includes laws and regulations made by the government of thenations in order to ensure that commercial activities in the country are goes well. With this abetter relation can be established between the employees and employers (Bagley, 2010). All theindividuals are equal under the rule of law and it make sure that interest of every person isconsidered. Laws related to corporate environment includes employment rights, consumer rightsand these legal regulations make sure that violation of these laws will be considered offence.There might be lots of chances that organisations can practice activities which are illegal becausethey wants to earn more profits. If they do so they have to face a legal suit which will hampersthere image and business leading to losses.This report will be briefing about UK legal system and defines how different conflictsand issues will be resolved. With the help of various case laws the rules and regulation related toit can be better understood.TASK 1P1. Sources of English Law and their judicial structure.In the world every country forms some kind of rules and regulation and ask citizens tofollow them. Any person or party found guilty of breezing the laws will be punished in some orother way. The concept behind the this is to protect the citizens of the country from illegal andwrong practices. UK legislation and judiciary has been continuously putting their efforts toamend and bring news laws so that conditions at different places can be improved. All the lawsof UK legal system are categorised into Criminal and Civil law(Weber, 2010). It is the judgesand legislation who is given the responsibility to frame and amened new and old lawrespectively.Supreme CourtCRIMINALCIVILCourt of AppealCourt of Appeal
Crown CourtHigh Court of JusticeMagistrates CourtsCountry CourtsThe structure of the English Legal system is quite unique as this defines the procedurewhich people have to follow in order to file a case in the courts. If any person has become thevictim of any wrong doing. He or she has full right to get justice and for that they have to believein the legal system. The structure shows the hierarchy which have to be followed. At the lowestrank comes the Magistrate court which is the first body who give decision on any case. Thatmeans any person who wants justice have to appeal in the Magistrate court. After the Magistratecourt judgement any of the party who is not satisfied or thinks that the decision is not appropriatecan appeal into the Crown court(Cheeseman and Garvey, 2014). It is the higher level court whichis above the Magistrate court and exercise full power to review the decisions made by the lowercourt. Magistrate court normally gets the criminal cases and there are three magistrate whichgives the decision. They hear cases related to the crime and the cases which are sent by theMagistrate court.Crown court consists of jury of 12 people which belongs from the general audience anddoes not have any connection with the case. They make decision on the basis of the evidencesgiven to them and they also analyse various aspects of the case. Further, Supreme court is the lastbody which makes decision on the cases. Normally, cases which are complicated or has certainsignificance are appealed in the Supreme court. It is observed that whatever laws are there in theEnglish legal system are taken form some sources. Any new laws and amendment in the existingone are done by the following sources.Constitution:It is the sources of laws which gives details about the fundamental rightsand duties of the citizens so that their interests and rights can be protected. Constitution has thelegal information of the all rules and regulation which are accessed in the UK. This can be thetop source of law and with this the governing body can give different roles and responsibilities totheir authorities. All the laws related to the physically disabled people, women, children and oldage people are described in constitution(Crane and Matten, 2016). There are some commonrights which is given by the government and almost every individual has those rights. Anyviolation of the fundamental rights or the common rights will lead to legal punishment.
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