The true function of court is to protect individual rights and by sentencing or punished wrongdoers.
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It is true that the courts' main function is to resolve disputes by punishing wrongdoers, enforcing obligations and protecting individual rights.
What are various mechanisms in dispute resolution framework?
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Legal Studies - Various Mechanisms in the Dispute Resolution Framework
Various Mechanisms in the Dispute Resolution Framework
* main mechanism responsible for formally making laws/rules
* enables potential future disputes to be prevented or minimised in
* operates by creating new laws or amending existing laws, in accordance
with jurisdictional limitations and as a result of social input in a
* authority is conferred by law-maker
* major role is to discover crime, deterrence, apprehension of offenders
and bring them before the courts
* presence and existence helps to prevent disputes and disruptive conduct
before it occurs
The traditional court hierarchy is the major forum for dispute resolution
within the legal system, and is often used when other (alternative) methods
of dispute resolution fail or are inadequate for the purposes of justice.
Each court in the traditional hierarchy has its own particular jurisdiction
(e.g. the High Court of Australia (HCA) is the only court that resolves
constitutional disputes). The courts are the mechanisms where: (1)
accusations of wrongful conduct (civil wrongs) and (2) alleged law-breakers
(criminal) are legally processed. They are presided over by qualified and
skilled personnel who have considerable expertise in the law. The
traditional courts are arranged in a hierarchy which makes the
dispute-settling process more efficient by offering degrees of
specialisation in the resolution of particular types of disputes, allowing
a system of appeals to operate, and facilitating the use of the doctrine of
precedent in law-making. The courts' main function is to resolve disputes
by punishing wrongdoers, enforcing obligations and protecting individual
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