Business Law Day 4

Business Law Day 4 - Executive orders makes laws that fall...

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Supremacy clause says that a federal law will always out rule any state law that comes in conflict with a federal law Laws that are not set by the government are decided by each state All the President’s Men Stare decisis Equity – Administrative law Administrative agencies Administrative procedures act Delegates the ability to allow agencies to promulgate rules and regulations that they need to run that agency Bureaucracy Treaties – executive branch enters into treaty with foreign nation and then the senate ratifies it
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Unformatted text preview: Executive orders makes laws that fall under jurisdiction of executive branch Old English common law doctrine called sovereign immunity government cannot be sued unless the government gives you permission to Substantive law rights and duties that people have Procedural law procedures you have to follow to get a case through the system Public law dealing with the government in terms of their rules and regulations Private law regulates the duties between individuals...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course MANA 20153 taught by Professor Michael during the Spring '08 term at TCU.

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