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Laws that are concerned with the duties that exist between persons or between citizens and their governments, excluding the duty not to commit crimes, and generally a private party sues another private party are called _________________ laws.
Weegy: Common Law: a type of law that is made based on multiple judges' decisions (More)
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Laws that are concerned with the duties that exist between persons or between citizens and their governments, excluding the duty not to commit crimes, and generally a private party sues another private party are called CIVIL LAWS.
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What term means the power to speak the law” or power over the person, property, and/or subject matter? Answer jurisdiction pleadings complaint statute of limitations
Weegy: is the same as the 4th root of 625 taken to the 3d power. it is also 625 taken to the 3d power and then taking the 4th root of that. in your calculator you would take 625 to the 3d power and then take the 4th root of that. you could also take the [ [ 4th root of 625 and then take that to the 3d power. answer is 125. without a calculator, some logic might help you find the solution. looking at 625, you might know that 5^4 = 625 (5*5*5*5). if you know that, then you know that the 4th root of 625 is 5. if you know that then the problem is well on its way to being solved because all you then have to do is take 5 to the 3d power which is 125. ] ] (More)
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Actually, the answer is Jurisdiction

Jurisdiction, meaning "to speak the law," is the power of a court over a person or a claim. In the United States, a court must have both personal jurisdiction and subject matter jurisdiction. Each state establishes a court system for the territory under its control. This system allocates work to courts or authorized individuals by granting both civil and criminal jurisdiction (in the United States, this is termed subject-matter jurisdiction). The grant of power to each category of court or individual may stem from a provision of a written constitution or from an enabling statute. In English law, jurisdiction may be inherent, deriving from the common law origin of the particular court.

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