• Common Law Chapter 2
    2 The English legal system and the common law tradition Contents Introduction 22 2 1 Judging the operation of the legal system ...
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  • Criminal Law
    common law tradition Contents Introduction 25 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 Judging the operation of the English legal system 26 The common law tradition and its influence upon the English legal system 28 Have we seen the historical rise and fall of the common law tradition? 32 Substantive law and procedure...
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  • Bussiness Law
    Contract in law, a promise, enforceable by law, to perform or to refrain from performing some specified act. In a general sense, all civil obligations fall under tort or contract law. Torts are usually characterized as violations of duties that are imposed on all persons and that have been established...
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  • Malay Culture
    In Chechnya, Dagestan, Tajikistan, Malaysia, Indonesia, and among Muslims in the southern Philippines. For instance pakaian adat, or adat clothes, refers to the traditional clothing of a specific people. In older Malay language, adat refers to the customary laws, the unwritten traditional code regulating social...
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  • Business Ethics
    refer to nations, regions within or across nations, ethnicities, religions, occupations, organizations, or the genders. A simpler definition is 'the unwritten rules of the social game'. The two meanings should not be confused. Our work refers to culture in the second sense. How did we acquire our collective...
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  • Business Law
    John’s case in Civil law and Common law. 2.0 Civil Law Civil law is the kind of law that evolved from Roman law, based on a written “civil code”. This was adopted in France after the French Revolution in 1789. Called the Code Napoléon, it covered only matters of private law: • The legal attributes...
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  • corporate social responsibility
    (Kotler and Lee, 2005; Porter and Kramer, 2006) CSR are practices world-wide growth and there are three or more different annual award programs in Malaysia to identify the CSR contribution of local businesses. Hence, there are some organizations are actively involved in CSR activities or those who can...
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  • Cases Study
    Malayan Law Journal Reports/1966/Volume 2/STEPHEN KALONG NINGKAN v TUN ABANG HAJI OPENG AND TAWI SLI - [1966] 2 MLJ 187 - 7 September 1966 8 pages [1966] 2 MLJ 187 STEPHEN KALONG NINGKAN v TUN ABANG HAJI OPENG AND TAWI SLI OCJ HARLEY AGCJ (BORNEO) KUCHING CIVIL SUIT NO K 45 OF 1966 ...
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  • Sexual Harassment in Workplace
    harassment, sexual harassment in workplace, sexual harassment in Malaysian workplace and its types and also workplace policy which consist of two part; Unwritten policy and Strict Written Policy. Furthermore, the author shares the research methodology with sample demographics, questions from the survey, and...
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  • Monarchy
    a form of democratic government in which a nonpolitical monarch acts as head of state within the boundaries of a constitution, whether written or unwritten.[1] While the monarch may hold formal reserve powers and while government officially takes place in the monarch's name, they do not set public policy...
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  • mr. jnx107
    constitutions 4.11 Written constitution 4.12 Unwritten constitution 4.13 Flexible and rigid constitutions 4.14 Flexible constitution 4.15 Rigid constitution 5. Law, Justice, Liberty, Equality 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 Meaning of law Sources of law Kinds of law Meaning of justice Sources of justice ...
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  • Stephen Kalong Case Review
    ABOL, Ag Private Secretary to HE the Governor." In answer to the above the plaintiff replied: Letter No. 3 Chief Minister, Kuching, Sarawak. Malaysia. 17 June 1966. Ref: CM 1/66 A-G Private Secretary to His Excellency the Governor, The Astana, Kuching. Sir, GOV/SEC/144 dated 16 June 1966 I have...
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  • Five Forces
    situations are novel, unknown, surprising, different from usual. Uncertainty avoiding cultures try to minimize the possibility of such situations by strict laws and rules, safety and security measures, and on the philosophical and religious level by a belief in absolute Truth; 'there can only be one Truth and...
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  • Government and Law
    featured professor was SOCRATES. In a book about Socrates written by Plato, Socrates suggests that there should be guardians in charge of laws and the highest law maker should be the ‘philosopher king’. In modern language, the philosopher king is the ‘government by computer’. (Defensor-Santiago 2002...
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  • Why Cultural Awarness Is Important in Business
    that bind it as a whole. It can be expressed in terms attitudes towards work and people, beliefs, symbols, habits, rules whether it is written or unwritten and values. It is important for a new member in an organization to know the flow that is followed by others in previous years. It has a huge affect...
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  • Constitution
    by a constitution, which underpins the laws of the country. Most countries have a written constitution while the UK distinctly possesses an unwritten constitution. A written constitution is characterized by a complete codification of all the constitutional laws and principles. That is, the constitution...
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  • Written Law and Unwritten Law
    The Difference between Written and Unwritten Constitution are as follows: Written Constitution: Written constitution is one which is found in one or more than one legal documents duly enacted in the form of laws. It is precise, definite and systematic. It is the result of the conscious and deliberate...
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  • The Advantages and Disadvantages of an Unwritten Constitution in the Uk
    Disadvantages of an Unwritten Constitution in the UK The UK has an unwritten constitution unlike the U.S.A. Instead Britain's laws, policies and codes are developed through statutes, common law, convention and more recently E.U law. It is misleading to call the British constitution unwritten; a more precise...
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  • Law Cheat Sheet
    Crompton & Bros Ltd (1925) Letters of Comfort- State of current intentions for the future. Provide Comfort, not assurance. (Kleinwort Benson Ltd v Malaysia Mining Corporation Berhad [1981] Agreement- has been a valid offer and that it has been accepted. Manifestation by 2 or more persons to the substance...
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  • What Is a Constitution?
    rules, written and unwritten, that seek to establish the duties, powers and functions of the various institutions of government, regulate the relationships between them, and define the relationship between the state and the individual. The balance between written (legal) and unwritten (customary or conventional)...
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