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HCR 210 Lecture Notes 6.docx

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HCR Lecture Notes 6 Law – a system of binding rules of action or conduct that governs behavior of people Ethics are a foundation of Law Laws are created by individuals Four Basic Functions of Laws Sources of Law Constitutional Law – supersedes all law Statutory Law – comes from Legislation itself, state laws Administrative Law – Consists of legal powers granted to administrative agencies by legislature Common Law – Also known as case law Types of Law – Public vs Private Public – criminal (Felonies, Misdemeanors) Private – also called civil law, malpractice lawsuits are an example Tort – when you harm or wrong someone accidentally or intentionally
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