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Questions & Answers about Civil and criminal law - Classification of Laws

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  • Samuel Sankpo Ghana explain law of torts?
    2014-09-11 14:09:01

  • Cary Cooper Trinidad and Tobago why is law classified the way that it is
    2014-09-05 18:09:50

  • Tyisha Jiles United States of America What is the difference between criminal & civil law?
    2014-09-04 02:09:19

    • Cary Cooper Trinidad and Tobago The distinct differences between criminal law and civil law are in the type of action against the defendant and the type of remedy sought. A civil case involves individuals in a dispute and generally ends in monetary reward. Criminal cases are considered crimes against society and usually end in jail or prison time.
      2014-09-05 18:09:49
  • Zachary Bashore United States of America What are classification of laws?
    2014-08-20 16:08:34

    • Hasan Parvez United Kingdom Its already mentioned. There are two kind of law civil law amd criminal law. However some issue of civil law are co related with criminal law such as child abuse, domestic violence etc
      2014-08-31 07:08:30
  • Rajnesh Prasad Fiji do crime will end in future
    2014-08-18 14:08:22

    • Zinnan Akhtar Bangladesh It can decrease but not end
      2014-08-18 18:08:40
    • Rajnesh Prasad Fiji no it will increasa
      2014-08-18 14:08:44
    • Rajnesh Prasad Fiji through prevention
      2014-08-18 14:08:06
  • Rajnesh Prasad Fiji why crimes changes each in economy
    2014-08-18 14:08:34

    • Rajnesh Prasad Fiji due to increase in criminals
      2014-08-18 14:08:02
  • Rajnesh Prasad Fiji what are benefits on criminal law on suspect
    2014-08-18 14:08:45

  • John Obot Nigeria How is the law classified?
    2014-08-17 20:08:14

    • Cary Cooper Trinidad and Tobago Law can be classified into may areas, the major ones being civil, criminal, or constitutional. In addition, these categores can further be classifed into laws which are statutory, or written, or part of the common law, consisting of case precedent and traditions in the law
      2014-09-05 18:09:16
    • Rajnesh Prasad Fiji rules of conutry to follow
      2014-08-18 14:08:40
  • Lucy Fellows United Kingdom How does administrative law function?
    2014-08-08 14:08:06

  • Awuni Apuko Peter Ghana What is the difference civil law and criminal law
    2014-08-02 11:08:12

    • Brooke Carpino Canada Criminal law, one of two broad categories of law, deals with acts of intentional harm to individuals but which, in a larger sense, are offences against us all and Civil law deals with disputes between private parties, or negligent acts that cause harm to others.
      2014-08-07 05:08:55
  • Bakari Sheumbe Kenya what is crime
    2014-07-27 12:07:08

    • Cary Cooper Trinidad and Tobago an action or omission which constitutes an offence and is punishable by law.
      2014-09-05 18:09:29
    • Zinnan Akhtar Bangladesh Crime is a offense against the rules and regulation
      2014-08-18 18:08:57
    • Rajnesh Prasad Fiji actual crime where crime committed
      2014-08-18 14:08:13
    • Awuni Apuko Peter Ghana Crime is simply an action or inaction which is offensive to a person or persons and is punishable by law
      2014-08-02 11:08:46
  • Bakari Sheumbe Kenya what is the differences between crime nad offence
    2014-07-27 12:07:38

    • Rajnesh Prasad Fiji crime is phisycal element and offence fault element
      2014-08-18 14:08:02
  • Gabriel Nathan Singapore Can a civil law case turned into a criminal case and if so what are the procedures that follow ?
    2014-07-25 06:07:53

  • First Name Joo Seng Singapore How does law of tort function?
    2014-07-06 06:07:22

    • Rajnesh Prasad Fiji treatment on arrested person
      2014-08-18 15:08:00
    • Indra Devi Lal Fiji Indra Lal The word tort comes from the Latin term torquere, which means "twisted or wrong." Thus, this is a system by which an individual or party who perceives to have been wronged can recourse to justice. This is generally civil cases, such as Duty of Care under Occupational Health hazards, etc…
      2014-07-28 05:07:02
  • Munzur -E-Murshid Bangladesh what is speeding
    2014-07-02 06:07:46

    • Rajnesh Prasad Fiji not managingtime
      2014-08-18 15:08:03
    • Manisha Mahalingam India Speeding is driving your vehicle faster than that is allowed by law.
      2014-07-04 15:07:40
  • Munzur -E-Murshid Bangladesh what is the difference between civil & criminal law?
    2014-07-02 05:07:53

    • Rajnesh Prasad Fiji criminals, civil claim
      2014-08-18 15:08:54
    • Brooke Carpino Canada Criminal law, one of two broad categories of law, deals with acts of intentional harm to individuals but which, in a larger sense, are offences against us all and Civil law deals with disputes between private parties, or negligent acts that cause harm to others.
      2014-08-07 05:08:22
    • Manisha Mahalingam India Civil crimes are when the rights of another individual is infringed. For instance trespassing or breach of contract. These crimes come under Civil law. The system of law concerned with private relations between members of a community rather than criminal, military, or religious affairs is civil. Criminal law is crimes said to be committed against the state. They are criminal in nature such as murder. While Civil wrong affects an individual, criminal wrongs threatens the safety of the society.
      2014-07-04 15:07:42
  • Scott Borren New Zealand What is the difference between indictable and summary offences?
    2014-06-29 05:06:17

    • Rajnesh Prasad Fiji serious breach oflaw
      2014-08-18 15:08:59
    • Lucy Fellows United Kingdom An indictable offence is a serious breach of law, such as rape, murder or robbery. These crimes are tried in a superior court with a judge and jury. A summary offence is a less serious crime, like speeding and is tried by a magistrate in a magistrates court.
      2014-08-08 14:08:23
    • Manisha Mahalingam India Summary Offenses are those that is tried by a judge alone. There is no jury. It is less serious offense like breaking traffic rules. Felony means the severest crimes. Indictable crimes come just before felony. Indictable crimes require a judge and a jury.
      2014-07-04 15:07:58
  • Dilsher dohuky Iraq What is the difference between civil and criminal law?
    2014-06-28 23:06:02

    • Brooke Carpino Canada Criminal law, one of two broad categories of law, deals with acts of intentional harm to individuals but which, in a larger sense, are offences against us all and Civil law deals with disputes between private parties, or negligent acts that cause harm to others.
      2014-08-07 05:08:59
  • Kayode Adeniyi Ademola Nigeria Is there any connection between human rights and Civil law
    2014-06-27 11:06:43

  • Raymond Lee United States of America is criminal law lot harder to defend then cival?
    2014-06-23 03:06:49

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