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Using complete sentences, discuss the most important features of features of Common law.
Weegy: The distinctive feature of common law is that it represents the law of the courts as expressed in judicial decisions. [ The grounds for deciding cases are found in precedents provided by past decisions, as contrasted to the civil law system, which is based on statutes and prescribed texts. Besides the system of judicial precedents, other characteristics of common law are trial by jury and the doctrine of the supremacy of the law. Originally, supremacy of the law meant that not even the king was above the law; today it means that acts of governmental agencies are subject to scrutiny in ordinary legal proceedings. ] (More)
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All of the following are important elements of common law EXCEPT __________. A. setting precedents B. looking at previous court cases C. limiting the ability of the government D. creating codes that cover a large variety of laws and penalties
Weegy: All of the following are important elements of common law EXCEPT __________. C. limiting the ability of the government (More)
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All of the following are important elements of common law EXCEPT looking at previous court cases.
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Which of the following would not have been considered a bourgeoisie? a. Banker c. Lawyer b. Doctor d. Priest
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A PRIEST would not have been considered a bourgeoisie.
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A person who fled revolutionary France to live in another country
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A person who fled revolutionary France to live in another country: émigré.

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