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chapter 4 Legal Foundations for Managers
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A Comparison of the Canadian and U.S. Legal Systems The Canadian and U.S. legal systems share a common ancestry that began in the time of the British empire. The systems are primarily based on English common law. Cases are decided in a court of law with a decision by either a judge or a jury. (continued)
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A Comparison of the Canadian and U.S. Legal Systems (continued) In all states and provinces except Quebec, previous decisions shape or can be used as precedent for future decisions. Quebec law is based on civil law, where decisions are shaped by a broad set of rules or codes. This legal tradition comes out of Roman law, or in the case of Quebec, from the French Code Napoleon.
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An Introduction A basic understanding of legal issues is important for anyone planning a career in recreation or leisure services. This section is an introduction and is not intended to provide legal advice or to provide a full understanding of all legal issues you may encounter. (continued)
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An Introduction (continued) This section provides you with a solid grounding in legal concepts and practical applications. Legal advice should always be sought from appropriate agencies in your state or province.
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Current Issues and Trends Risk management is an increasingly important issue for those working in leisure services.
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Where Are Potential Risks? A few examples may help you understand where risk
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