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An Overview of the Legal System of Hong KongSpeaker: Ludwig Ng (伍兆榮律師)
Some Philosophical QuestionsWhy do we need a legal system? What’s a good legal system? What’s the relationship between democracy and a good legal system?
What constitutes a legal system?the Laws the Institutions the Personnel
Hierarchy of Laws The China Constitution The Basic LawBills of Rights Ordinance Ordinances Subsidiary Legislation Case Law (judge-made law)
Classification of Laws
Classification of LawsCriminal Law Civil Law
CRIMINAL LAW Offences against persons Offences against propertiesRegulatory offences Criminal procedures law Criminal evidence law
CIVIL LAW Contract sale of goods agency employment …
CIVIL LAW Torts negligence nuisance defamation ….
CIVIL LAW Property personal property real propertyintellectual properties
CIVIL LAW Inheritance Trusts Company law Insolvency law
CIVIL LAW Civil procedures law Civil evidence law
Institutions The Courts The Legislative Council The NPCDepartment of Justice Legal Aid Department
Institutions The Law Enforcement Agencies The Law Schools PoliceCustoms ICAC Immigration Labour Department The Law Schools
The Court Hierarchy Court of Final Appeal Court of AppealHigh Court – the jury District Court Magistracy Small Claims Tribunal Labour Tribunal Obscene Articles Tribunal
The Personnel The Lawyers solicitors barristers government lawyersIn-house legal advisers the law professors
The Personnel The judges The legislators The law enforcers
Some practical questionsDo we have a good legal systems? How could we make it better?
Thank you! Please clap hands The End Thank you! Please clap hands
Domestic Laws governing activity within a country Based on a Constitution Includes Statute and Case Law International Deals with relations between nations.
Categories of Law CLN4U.
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1 Resolution of Intellectual Property Disputes VenueNovotel Bauhinia Shenzhen Hotel, China Date15 October 2008 Presented by Charmaine KOO Partner, Intellectual.
The UK Legal System.
Civil Courts and Other Forms of Dispute Resolution
Trial Procedures & Courtroom Personnel
The Civil Courts and other forms of Dispute Resolution
AS Law Civil Courts.
Different Courts in Ireland By Gearoid Nagle. How many courts is there? There are four different courts in Ireland. There is: The District Court The Circuit.
1. Three Judicial Systems England and Wales Scotland Northern Ireland The Law Criminal- Actions against the law and punishable Civil-
Chapter 8 The Courts in New Zealand. District Court High Court Court of Appeal Privy Council Family Court Disputes Tribunal Other Specialist Courts Finis.
LAW OF TORT Overview. Objective To place the law of tort in context In world legal systems In UK law.
The Judicial System Duties of the Courts. The Responsibilities of the Canadian courts are: 1. Interpret the Laws made by the Legislative and Executive.
Civil Law. Sources of American Law Constitutional Law – Supreme law of the land, limits government and defines rights Statutory Law – Written by Legislative.
Why Legal Studies? To become a more effective citizen: recognising and managing your rights and responsibilities being aware of the and how they impact.
Chapter 15.2 Types of Laws. Criminal and Civil Law Criminal laws seek to prevent people from deliberately or recklessly harming each other or each other’s.
© 2011 South-Western | Cengage Learning GOALS LESSON 1.1 LAW, JUSTICE, AND ETHICS Recognize the difference between law and justice Apply ethics to personal.
Legal Environment for Doing Business in China
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