ADMN390_Goel_1 - ASSIGNMENT#1BusinessLaw ADMN390...

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ASSIGNMENT #1                                                                                                       Business Law  ADMN 390                               VARUN GOEL                                                                                                                    TRU ID  100109186 Multiple Choices 1. B 2. E 3. B 4. D 5. A 6. B 7. C 8. C Short answered questions . 1. Substantive laws are written set of codes and rules defining and regulating people’s rights, duties, power and liabilities governed by Country’s Legislation. Procedural Laws are simply the mechanism in which ‘Substantive Laws’ are carried out in accordance with the legislation. 2. In this case, individual’s ‘Equality Rights’ has been compromised, which prohibits any sort of discrimination on the basis of one’s race, color etc. Everyone is entitled for equal rights and benefits of the law and the violators should be dealt in accordance with the substantive laws.
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3. Wrongful termination from a job on the basis of perceived gender incompetence (Usually women employees). Harassment (sexually or physically) experienced by employee on the basis of gender or sexual preferences. Employee involved in workplace injury incident mainly due to the management’s negligence in Work environment. 4 Statutes can be constituted as a formally drafted laws enacted by a legislative body. It may make a new law or modify any existing law or surrogates any existing inconsistence rule of law. It takes precedent over case laws based on either common law or equity and facilitate in promoting the public welfare. Essay questions 1. The two systems ‘common law’ and ‘equity’ should not be constituted as two rival forms of law but in fact one was created (EQUITY LAW) to overcome the shortcomings of other (COMMON LAW). Equity alone did not replaced common law as it was not a self sufficient system but it was more of an add- on to common law system. Common law system was a complete system in itself. All the discrepancies related to the cases heard at common law courts, were not welcomed and thus contributing to a rise in demand of some sort of fair and flexible system which in turn gave birth to Court of Chancery ( or Court of Equity). It usually dealt with the cases which would be otherwise handled inadequately or biased in common courts of law. Moreover Chancery courts were unhindered by the rule of Stare Decisis and were carrying on their rulings unanimously The Jurisdiction of Chancery courts was exclusive because only chancery court
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recognized it; the common law did not provide any backing for these rights. As a result to avoid any more conflicts, these two separate court systems were fused into one by Judicature Acts of 1873-1875
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