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Common Law vs Civil Law

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http://thebusinessprofessor.com/common-law-vs-civil-law-systems/ This video provides an explanation of the common law and the civil law systems. Visit www.TheBusinessProfessor.com for tons of free business and legal resources.
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No more (7 days ago)
Seems like There is an effort to push the Civil law in america and push out Common law .
Hayden Case (16 hours ago)
No more What do you mean by that exactly?
RandomYoutuber (2 months ago)
You are Kenneth from 30 Rock
Adela_lohr Lohr (6 months ago)
Jason is awesome!
Rebecca Riehl (9 months ago)
Thank u! This is the only video that fixed confusion!!!!
Atom Bigod (9 months ago)
Wrong, this idiot doesn't understand "common law". Karl Lentz says it best, "even a dog knows not to get on the couch." Codes have nothing to do with it. "Caveman#1 says to caveman#2, give me my bone back, or I'll crush your skull with my club." The tribal elders gathered and said, give him his bone back or we will let him crush your skull with a club.
Upshift Z71 (1 year ago)
thx
thok ling (1 year ago)
This sounds suspect, but perhaps that's because the U.S. has redefined "common law". Traditionally, common laws are decided on a case-by-case basis in order to have an actor make reparations for actions against an individual or their property. It's thus based on "case law", and within the Commonwealth has a history dating back centuries. Civil law is the part where judges interpret established statutes. France and its related territories, including Quebec here in Canada, follow civil law systems. Commonwealth member countries base their civil systems on common law decisions, but make some room for trust law to build statutes to facilitate, and prevent against, the transfer of liability from an individual onto corporations in a licensor-licensee relationship. The licensor establishes limitations on the actions of individuals operating within such a system of transfer. Under common law, there is no transfer of liability, and thus no potential for liability, and thus individuals are free to act with the understanding that damages or loss to others or their lawfully-owned properties must results in reparations to them.
Ackreti (1 year ago)
Laws made by unelected judges doesn't sound right to me.
Buckoux (10 days ago)
That's because elected judges are more likely to take a bribe to get re-elected and why Latin America has so much corruption.
Thanh Huyền Vũ (1 year ago)
are civil law and statuary law the same thing ?
Buckoux (10 days ago)
No.
MS Soultrainn (2 years ago)
you need to simplify the words you use so dumbasses like me can understand what you are saying
Jason 56 (2 years ago)
lmao
O Kolakis (3 years ago)
best explanation on youtube! Thanks!
Wilson Modira (3 years ago)
where is the common law grand jury in Florida
Landy Yecla (1 year ago)
The federal government and 49 states use common law. Louisiana uses civil law.
Tomasi Biumaiwai (1 year ago)
Wilson Modira Us follows the Civil Law system .

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