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When the local customs and laws conflict with the customs and laws of an organization operating abroad, which should prevail?
The customs and laws of the jurisdiction in which the business operating, or the legal action, is taking place. [ If the business has locations in more than one country, they must comply with the prevailing law and customs of those nations. Read more: ]
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User: When the local customs and laws conflict with the customs and laws of an organization operating abroad, which should prevail?

Weegy: The customs and laws of the jurisdiction in which the business operating, or the legal action, is taking place. [ If the business has locations in more than one country, they must comply with the prevailing law and customs of those nations. Read more: ]
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User: How would you compare the issues in this stimulation to the domestic legal issues discussed in your Week One readings?

Weegy: I dont have the first week's readings so i am unable to the compare issues you are talking about in the first part of the question, but i can comment on the second part of your question. [ [ Domestic and international issues should be resolved fairly, this means that both sides should be taken into account and judgement should be free from any form of bias. ] There are three principal ways of studying law and the legal order. One is to study them as the habits or customs of a community. Another way is to study law and the legal order from the standpoint of some system of ethics that would allow us to decide that one law is good and another bad. A third way is to regard law and the legal order as a specialized part of the political community; as such, they envelop the political institutions of the community and take as their special province the enforcement of prescribed relationships among the officers of the institutions and between the officers and the members of the community. This third method of analysis is regarded as most useful for this kind of book and is followed generally. However a brief discussion of law as custom and law as ethical principles will help one understand several important problems of law. ]
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