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The legal framework andlegal solutions
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1LO 1.................................................................................................................................................1P1 Different sources of law in English legal system..............................................................1P2 Role of government in making laws and application of statutory and common law........2M1 Effectiveness of legal system in terms of diversity.........................................................3D1 Evaluation of legal system and laws.................................................................................4Lo 2..................................................................................................................................................4P3 Impact of employment and contract law on business.......................................................4M2 comparison and analysis of impact of regulations, standards and legislations................5LO 3.................................................................................................................................................5P4 Recommendation of appropriate solutions for different business problems.....................5P5 Justification for use of solution.........................................................................................6M3 Positive and negative impact of business solutions.........................................................6D2 Use of appropriate legal solutions in alternative advice...................................................7Lo 4..................................................................................................................................................7P6 Recommendation of solutions based on legal framework................................................7M4 Comparison of effectiveness of solutions........................................................................8CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................8REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9
INTRODUCTIONBusiness laws are analysed as commercial laws that each and every business enterprise incountry needs to abide by it. Also recognised as a part of civil field of law that relates to theconflicts emerging among the individuals, enterprises and institution of trade along with itsrelationship with trade, industry as well as commerce (Doppelt, 2017). Present report is based ondetermination of various business laws and regulation whichEuropean Business School ofmanagement(EBSM) needs to comply with, for the establishment of their new business schoolin London. As program developer of organisation, analysis of various sources of law in Englishlegal system has been done along with application of laws in business context. Further, role ofgovernment of UK along with parliament in law-making is also discussed.LO 1P1 Different sources of law in English legal system.From the analysis, English system of laws is statutory framework of legality whichgoverns in the entire UK and this structure is based on two main laws such as criminal and civillaw.Illustration1: English legal systemSource1: (Rosenthal and Knighton, 2017)In present context, there are some important sources of law of this English legal system thathave been analysed and mentioned as follows:Statutes: Legislations relating to trade, industry and commerce which is formulated andimplemented by House of Lords and devolved parliament (Rosenthal and Knighton, 2017).1
Employment Rights Act 1996 is the most significant example of statute, that EBSM also needs tocomply in establishment of their new business school.Delegates legislations: Manila recognised as an act of English legal framework which providesauthority to formulate legal provisions like Judge of Supreme court but statutory instruments arealways considered as principles vehicle of these laws. These laws are also applied by EBSM inorder to establish their new business school and regulate their operations smoothly.Common laws: Most important legal provisions formulated in ancient times that are based onvarious costumes of society, recognised and enforced by parliament(Percival and et.al., 2015).EBSM will also consider these common laws and comply with them in their new businessoperations.Primary legislations:These are considered as delegated legislations, formulated by thedeliberate assembly of nation. Moreover, these major delegates possess authority and have rightsto issue secondary legislations (Bennett and Raab, 2017). It includes various acts likePublicpersonal act, etc.Secondarylegislations: It consistsof subordinate legal provisions that is developed byrepresentative authority of primary legislation. These mainly include territorial act 1973 andother warranty regulations act etc.Thus, it can be said that these major legislation(s) are to be followed or abided by EBSM for theestablishment of legal business framework in London.P2 Role of government in making laws and application of statutory and common law.The given points describe the process followed by government to develop laws whichareas:At second stage, political unions and socio-economic condition will take out some issuesor problems in agenda.Third stage begins with negotiation in order to make joint operations in agenda of centralgovernment and ends with identification of issues (Gordon, 2015).Appropriate consultation from people will be taken at fourth stage of making laws.Fifth stage is based on creation of proposal by focusing on people and structure ofsociety.At sixth stage, proposal will be transformed into a bill in parliamentary council.2
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