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Exam Questions - CSL 2601 Study Unit 1 – 3 1 Explain what is meant by constitutional law? (3) Constitutional law is the aggregate (sum total) of binding rules relating to the distribution and exercise of state authority. The rules of constitutional law define the relationship between the organs of state inter se (between themselves), and between the organs of state and individuals 2 Distinguish between public and private law, and state why constitutional law is said to be part of public...

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CSL2601 Exam Memos. Q AND A GRADED A.
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CSL2601 Constitutional Law Exam memo 1 Explain what is meant by constitutional law? (3) Constitutional law is the aggregate (sum total) of binding rules relating to the distribution and exercise of state authority. The rules of constitutional law define the relationship between the organs of state inter see (between themselves), and between the organs of state and individuals 2 Distinguish between public and private law, state why constitutional law is said to be part of public law (5...

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LJU4804 PORTFOLIO EXAMINATION
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1.1 Material validity of a marriage is governed by the law of marriage celebration – the lex loci celebrationis.1 In terms of the South African private international law, the laws of where the marriage was celebrated govern the validity of marriage. The answer would differ if parties got married in Malawi to evade the mandatory requirements of Botswana law in respect of parental permission for minors to enter into marriage. If persons seek to evade certain provisions of the normally ap...

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Civil Procedure Notes Civil Proc Notes General introduction: What is the Law of Civil Procedure?  Civil procedure forms part of the formal adjectival law of South Africa, that regulates civil litigation and the enforcement of substantive rights  It is a mechanism used to enforce the rights that are derived from the substantive private law. Differences between Civil Procedure and Criminal Procedure: Basis Civil (Private) Criminal (Public) PARTIES Application: Applicant and Respon...

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CSL 2601 Final Exam Typical Exam Questions 2021
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CSL 2601 Final Exam Typical Exam Questions 2021 Typical Questions for CSL 101 – J Study Unit 1 This study unit introduces a number of constitutional concepts. It is easier to understand the constitution if you know what the constitutional concepts mean. 1 Explain what is meant by constitutional law? (3) We can define constitutional law as those rules that regulate the manner in which state authority is exercised and shared. It also relates to those rules which regulate the relationshi...

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European private international law (incl oefeningen)
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een overzichtelijke samenvatting van het vak European Private International Law aan de Ku Leuven. Hierin wordt de studentencursus verwerkt samen met de slides en voorbeelden over conflict of laws, applicable law en jurisdiction.

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ivil Proc Notes General introduction: What is the Law of Civil Procedure?  Civil procedure forms part of the formal adjectival law of South Africa, that regulates civil litigation and the enforcement of substantive rights  It is a mechanism used to enforce the rights that are derived from the substantive private law. Differences between Civil Procedure and Criminal Procedure: Basis Civil (Private) Criminal (Public) PARTIES Application: Applicant and Respondent (brings applicatio...

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The law of Persons, W. W. Buckland Chapter 3 to 5
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Contains a complete summary of the chapters from 3 to 5 from the book "A manual of Roman Private Law" by W. W. Buckland. From chapter 3 to 5 can be considered as The law of Persons. Includes: - Persons: Slavery, citizenship; the family, persons alieni iures & persons sui iuris

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IRM1501 SUMMARY - Introduction To Research Methodology For Law And Criminal Justice
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IRM1501 - Introduction To Research Methodology For Law And Criminal Justice Introduction to Research Methodology Table of Contents SU1: What is research? ..........................................................................................................2 Why research is important....................................................................................2 Scientific and non-scientific research .................................................................3 Basic research ...

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LJU4804 PORTFOLIO MEMO SEPTEMBER 2021 UNISA SUPER SEMESTER
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QUESTION 1 Instructions: Read the set of facts and answer the questions that follow. Mr and Mrs Mary Sibanda got married in the Cayman Islands while on holiday there in December 1982. A couple of weeks before this marriage, Mr Sibanda flew to the Dominican Republic to obtain a divorce from his first wife, Jane Sibanda. At the time of entering into the marriage, Mr and Mrs Mary Sibanda were both domiciled in England, but citizens of Botswana. Shortly after their marriage, Mr and Mrs Mary Siband...

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