ALL legal principles and riles existing ina given country and additional things that contribute to the operation of law.
(Creating, changing, administering, enforcing, preserving and perpetuating the law)
The body of law that regulates disputes between person/s and organisations/governments. Regulates all business transactions.
Disputes between state and subjects
IE: R v Bloggs, Regional Rex/The Queen or Crown
State alleges a subject has breached the law and is required to prove beyond reasonable doubt that there was a breach as alleged.
Determines whether a person charged with a crime is guilty and 'if so' determines appropriate penalty.
Political/Economic union of established states joint through central government with specific powers.
UK passed the NSW act - allowing the governor to pass laws, providing non conflicting English Law.
The Australian Court Act stipulated that all relevant english case law be legislated in force (July 25/1828)
It created a federal commonwealth comprising of Commonwealth of Australia and The states. The constitution is a broader charter of principles which sets out how the government institutions will work and their relationships with one another.
1906, while the lastest was 1999.
- Power to make 'By Laws'
- Established by local government within
- CANNOT make laws inconsistent with federal laws
step 1: relevant minister receives approval from cabinet
step 2: Bill is drafted for presentation to parliament
step 3: Both houses must pass the bill (ext: QLD)
Step 3: Royal assent government general
step 4: Act commences as law
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