Presentation on theme: "指導老師 : 李柏靜 郭信男 M100750026. Compensation: An amount given or received as recompense for a loss suffered. Conduct : behavior Conflict: argue Constitution."— Presentation transcript:
Compensation: An amount given or received as recompense for a loss suffered. Conduct : behavior Conflict: argue Constitution : The fundamental structure of the legislative, executive and judicial branches of government of a distinct political community. Convention : A treaty, usually of a multilateral nature. The International Law Commission prepares draft conventions on various issues for the progressive development of international law.
Hierarchy :level, grade Incorporate : To form a company Legislate : Making law Prosecute: sue Signatory: A state or non-state entity whose representative has signed a treaty.
Public Law : 1. It is concerned with laws which govern processes in local and national government. 2. And conflicts between the individual and the state in areas such as immigration. Private law: 1. It is concerned with the relationships between legal persons that is individuals and corporations. 2. And includes family law, contract law and property law.
Civil law : 1. It is concerned with relationships between private persons, their rights, and their duties. 2. Also concerned with conduct which may give rise to a claim by legal person for compensation. Criminal law: 1. To deals with certain forms of conduct for which the state reserves punishment. 2. The state prosecutes the offender.
Substantive law: 1. To creates, defines or regulates rights, liabilities, and duties in all areas of law. 2. And is contrasted with procedural law. Procedural law: 1. It defines the procedure by which a law is to be enforced.
The Westminster Parliament has two chambers : the house of lords and the house of commons, which sit separately and are constituted on different principles. The house of Commons : The commons is an elected body of members. The house of Lords : The lords is proposed that the majority of members be appointed.
There are 4 countries and three distinct jurisdictions in the UK. All share a legislature in the Westminster Parliament for making of new laws, And have a common law tradition, Each has its own hierarchy of courts, legal rules and legal profession.
What is the Civil law and Criminal law concerned with? Could you give me any example about Substantive law or Procedural law in our law?