Mgmt Terms - Civil law reimbursement. Common or Statutory...

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Civil law Common Law Constitotional Law Criminal law Dispute Resolution settles differences b/n 2 or more parties. Equitable Remedies Equity equitable remedies and common law. Executive Order Federal law from the Constitution, Congress, President and Regulatory Agencies. Federalism Injunction a court order. Judicial Intrepretation power of congress to interpret a law how they seem fit. Judicial Review Law Legislative intent Police powers precedent private law procedural law public law Regulatory Role directs and standardizes business activities to improve society. Stare Decisis State Law Statutory law Substantive law designed to compensate individuals for wrongs suffered. Purpose is reimbursement . Common or Statutory law . legal remedies . Deal with monetary damages . Most Important source of law. Supreme law of the land . Comes from the Constitution. designed to protect society from activities that upset social order by preventing crime. Purpose is to punish criminals . Statutory law . purpose is to avoid unjust results from strictly following common law.Types: Injunction, Specific performance, reformation. Law passed by President to control policies of Executive Branch. where national gov. is given powers by the constitution while reserving other powers to the states. power of the courts to declare an act of Congress or the President unconstitutional. From Marbury vs. Madison . collection of rule and regulations that determine how the gov. will treat its citizens and how citizens will treat the gov. and the enforcement thereof. courts look to the legislative histories of statutes for guidance in interpreting statutes. reserved to the states. Power of states to place restraints on personal freedem and property rights for protection of public safety, health and morals. 10th Amendment . when the court follows a previously decided case . Stare Decisis b/n individuals . No gov involvement. enforce the right established by substantive law. How to of the Law . when the gov is involved . follow previously decided cases unless there is a good, legal reason to change. vast majority of litigation. Handle bulk of judicial work. States each have own constitution. Varies from state to state. Laws passed by Congress. Laws that are in writing. Given the power from Enumerated powers and necessary and proper clause . defines the right and duties. Meat of the law .
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Administrative Warrents warrents that are required to search a business. Easily obtainable Anti-Federalists opposed the constitution. Afraid of a strong natl. gov. Articles of Confederation
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course MGMT 211 taught by Professor Swim during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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