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Collegial court

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How To solve conflicts. How people act when they have a conflict, by themselves or Institutions or the courts (jurisdiction).

Jurisdiction (who)

Action (what)

Procedure (how)

LESSON 1: JURISDICTION AND THE JURISDICTIONAL FUNCTION

Legal conflicts resolution and the abolition of private Justice.

Different kind of Conflicts (personal, social, ethical, legal, etc.).

-Legal Conflict: when sb breaks a legal rule, infringes others´s rights or Breaches their legal duty.

-Two Types of conflicts: a) between private parties (Civil, Commercial And Labour conflicts); b) conflicts between a person and the State (Criminal Law).

Systems Of solving conflicts

A.By the people involved in the conflict:

-by Negotiations and transactions to reach an agreement.

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dgsg

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Marbury v. Madison: 
President Adams appointed many federalists to the federal courts, but Madison did not deliver all the commissions. Marbury one of the appointees asked the Supreme Court ti enforce delivery of conissuons (judiciary act of 1789). The court refused marbury’s request, funding that relevant part of the judiciary act conflicted the constitution. Marshall Ruled the decisión established the evaluation of federal law constitutionality which is known as judicial review. 


Bad frog brewing:
BFB sells alcoholic beverages with labels of a frog making the gestures known as “giving the finger”. Company applied to the NYSLA for brand label approval. NYSLA denied application because the label could appear in stores with obvious exposure
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Legal framework business

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Businesspeople And commercial law are two elements that cannot go separately. When doing business, commercial law is always present and has to be taken into account in Order to fulfil the law and have legal effects. But now, how is commercial law Developed in business? What is the impact on it? Is it positive? Or negative? All those questions will answer an important matter regarding business and law, Two keys that have a huge impact in nowadays society and life./First of all, it Is needed to define what commercial law is in order to understand which are the Matters and issues that are affected. It is the body of law that applies to the Rights, relations, and conduct of persons and businesses engaged in commerce, merchandising, Trade, and sales.
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Past perfect

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Present perfect simple

Has + P.P(fact)

Already, ever, just, neer, yet, so far

, until now, up to now..

Present perfect continuous

Has been + ing(duration)

All day, for 5 years, since…, how long,

 whole week

Past perfect simple

Had + p.P(fact)

Already, just, never, once,

until that day

Past perfect continuous

Had been + ing(duration)

For, since, whole day, all day

Going to

Plans per el future

Will

Decisions espontaneas

Future continuous

Will be + ing

Future perfect simple

Will hae + p.P

By Monday, in a week

Future perfect continuous

Will have been + ing

All day long

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A problem that is often debated nowadays is

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NOWADAYS, THERE IS A HUGE PROBLEM WITH THE SYRIAN WAR BECAUSE A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE RUNNING AWAY. EU HAS PROMISE THAT FOR EACH SYRIAN MIGRANT RETURNED TO TURKEY THEY WILL TAKE ANOTHER LEGAL SYRIAN. IS THAT PROBLEM?

ON THE ONE HAND, IT IS A GOOD IDEA BECAUSE IN EU THEY WILL TAKE SYRIAN REFUGEES. WHAT’S MORE, THIS PEOPLE WILL NOT BE UNDER BETTER CONDITIONS.

ON THE OTHER HAND, IT’S  A CONDINTIONAL DEAL. IT WILL ONLY BE FULFILLED IF THERE ARE EXPELLED REFUGEES, AND THE OTHER MAKE A LEGITÍMATE REQUEST. 

AS FOR AS I AM CONCERNED, IT’S A BRILLANT IDEA BUT IT MUST BE UNCONDITIONAL. THEY MUST TAKE IN AS MUCH AS REFUGEES AS TURKEY CAN.

European commision

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European Parliament:

-Composition: elected by the citizens by universal suffrage every five years.

-Functions: mostly legislative, controlling the work of the European Commission and approving the EU Budget.

-Seat: Strasbourg, France.

European Council:

-Composition: heads of state or government of all member state.

-Functions: takes decisions about EU policy.

-Seat:Brussels, Belgium.

European Commission:

-Composition: a president and commissioners (one for each member  state).

-Functions: implementation of common EU policies and manages the Budget.

-Seat: Brussels.

Arab-israeli conflict

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Explain and describe the “periphery strategy,” the historical context of its conception, its implementation, and its ending. The “periphery strategy” was a foreign strategy spearheaded by Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion following the Suez Crisis in 1956. It focused on developing strategic relations with non-Arab countries located in the periphery of the region such as Turkey, Iran, and Ethiopia. This alliance was based on the notion of, “my enemy’s enemy is my friend”, and sought to stop Soviet advances in the Middle East and to curb the spread of Nasser’s Pan-Arabism. It was also an attempt to strengthen Israeli deterrence, to reduce Israel’s isolation, and add to its influence and power as an actor on the international

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Singh

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-Fraud:A Deception practiced in order to induce another to give up possession of property or surrender a right.

-Libel: The legally indefensible publication or broadcast of words or images that are Degrading to a person or injurious to his or her reputation.

-Manslaughter: The killing of a person without malice aforethought but with either the Intention to commit an unlawful act that leads to an unintended death, or with An otherwise murderous intent that is extenuated by some partial defence, such As acting under the influence of an extreme emotional disturbance occasioned by A substantial provocation on the part of the victim.

-Murder: The killing of another person without justification or excuse, especially the Crime of killing a person with

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Business law 555

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contrato

acuerdo para constituir regular o extinguiruna relacion juridico patrimonial - capacidad legal, concentimiento sin vicios, objeto licito, causa licita y real - unilaterales, bilaterales, plurilaterales, beneficiencia - esenciales, naturales, accidentales - clausula penal, indexacion, nulidad absoluta, conervsion del negocio
1. Agreement: expression of the parties willingness to be bound to the terms of the contract
Competent: both parties must be legally competent  to make business
Genuine assent: both parties must accept the terms without any outside pressure, or is forced to do it because of fraud or mistake
Consideration: one party's promise must be bargained for and given in exchange for the others act o promise
Legality:
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qads

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Derelict-neglectful; Delinquent

Desist-to stop Doing something

Devout-deeply Religious

Diatribe-a Bitter, abusive denunciation

Dichotomy-division Into two parts, especially contradictory ones

Diffuse-to cause To spread out

Dilapidated-broken-down

Dilate-to make Larger

Dilemma-a Situation in which one must choose between two equally attractive choices

Diminution-the Act or process of diminishing

Dire-disastrous

Dirge-a funeral Song

Disaffect-to Cause to lose affection

Disarray-disorder

Disclaim-to deny Any claim to

Discomfit-to Frustrate

Disconcert-to Upset

Discourse-spoken Or written expression in words

Discrepancy-difference

Discursive-rambling From one topic to another, usually aimlessly

Disgruntle-to Make sulky and dissatisfied

Disinformation-false Information

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