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Legal Environment - Social Policy Where one can live How one can spend his/her money Life planning Singapore Government Families are fun Precious

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Social Policy Where one can live How one can spend his/her money Life planning
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Singapore Government Families are fun Precious Brother or Sister It’s just an introduction A lifetime for a dream
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Other Legal Issues
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Rule of Law Contract Enforcement
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Common Law Law established by precedent—decisions in individual cases through history Countries: The UK and former colonies: Canada & United States, India, Australia & New Statutory laws among those countries differ Many lawyers required
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Common Law
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Civil Law Law based upon explicit code Most common legal system in the world Based on Napoleonic code Most of continental W. Europe Trivia question: What one state in the USA has a legal system based upon civil law?
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Religious Law Laws based upon the established rules governing the faith and religious practices of a certain region EXAMPLE: IRAN Legal system has been based on religious law system
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course BUS M 430 taught by Professor Seawright during the Summer '11 term at BYU.

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Legal Environment - Social Policy Where one can live How one can spend his/her money Life planning Singapore Government Families are fun Precious

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