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In some code-law countries, certain agreements may not be enforceable unless properly notarized or registered; in a common-law country, the same agreement may be binding so long as proof of the agreement can be established.
AACSB: AnalyticBlooms: RememberCateora - Chapter 07 #44Difficulty Level: 2 MediumLearning Objective: 07-01 The four heritages of todays legal systemsTopic: Bases for Legal Systems
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45.The basis for _____ is the interpretation of the Koran.
AACSB: AnalyticBlooms: RememberCateora - Chapter 07 #45Difficulty Level: 1 EasyLearning Objective: 07-01 The four heritages of todays legal systemsTopic: Marxist-Socialist Tenets46.Islamic law is also known as the _____.
AACSB: AnalyticBlooms: RememberCateora - Chapter 07 #46Difficulty Level: 1 EasyLearning Objective: 07-01 The four heritages of todays legal systemsTopic: Bases for Legal Systems47.The Islamic law prohibits the payment of _____.
AACSB: AnalyticBlooms: RememberCateora - Chapter 07 #47Difficulty Level: 1 EasyLearning Objective: 07-01 The four heritages of todays legal systemsTopic: Bases for Legal Systems
48.Under _____, the legal system is subordinate to prevailing economic conditions. A. common law B. code law C. Islamic law D.Marxist-socialist tenets E. legal tradition Socialist economies like the former Soviet Union and China built up entire commercial legal system under the premise that law, according to Marxist–socialist tenets, is strictly subordinate to prevailing economic conditions, such fundamental propositions as private ownership, contracts, due process, and other legal mechanisms have had to be developed.
AACSB: AnalyticBlooms: RememberCateora - Chapter 07 #48Difficulty Level: 2 MediumLearning Objective: 07-01 The four heritages of todays legal systemsTopic: Marxist-Socialist Tenets

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