Terms Connected Within The Legal System

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juskar
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Terms Connected Within The Legal System

Post by juskar » Thu Nov 19, 2015 3:23 pm

Hello.
My question is:
Define the following terms connected with the legal system: statutory laws,injunctions, legal aid,plaintiff and custodial sentence,precedent,indictable offences,summary offences and misdemeanours,tort law. Discuss with a peer how these will apply in your role as an educator. I need help


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Lorina
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Re: Terms Connected Within The Legal System

Post by Lorina » Fri Nov 20, 2015 5:48 am

The following legal term glossary may help:

Glossary Of Legal Terms

Hope this helps,

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Re: Terms Connected Within The Legal System

Post by Rita18 » Thu Jun 02, 2022 9:47 pm

21. Write definition of each of the following legal terms and explain how these apply in your role as
an educator. You must write 5-10 supporting statements for each of the mentioned below terms.
21.1. statutory laws or statutes;
21.2. precedent;
21.3. indictable offences and felonies;
21.4. summary offences and misdemeanours;
21.5. tort law;
21.6. injunctions;
21.7. legal aid;
21.8. plaintiff;
21.9. custodial sentence

Please i need help with this one i can get the definition but couldn't think of the statement if you can help me please thanks

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Re: Terms Connected Within The Legal System

Post by Lorina » Thu Jun 09, 2022 3:01 pm

If you search for example "precedent definition" it will give you a definition as well as a statement of how it can be used.

This will help you to write a statement for each.

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