Applied Business Law Unit 1 Homework

Applied Business Law Unit 1 Homework - The United States is...

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Applied Business Law 1 Running head: APPLIED BUSINESS LAW UNIT 1 HOMEWORK Applied Business Law Unit 1 Homework Sheryl MacKay Everest College Online Applied Business Law BUL 2131-18 Christopher Zapalski July 24, 2009
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Applied Business Law Unit 1 Homework 1. What is “common law”? Common law is a real system of laws derived from centuries of work, study, and sacrifice of millions of people. 2. Why is the United States a “common law country”?
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Unformatted text preview: The United States is a common law country because much of our law comes from our mother country, England. English common law is the source of much of our law. The United States uses the jury system, which is a common law justice system. 3. What is the primary distinction between common law and civil law legal systems? Common law is established by the courts, and civil law is established by the legislature....
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