Year 11 Legal Studies Yearly Exam

3. The laws of society can only be just if one. They reflect the values of society b. Society has just values and the legal system reflects those values. They establish patterns of behavior that most people would follow anyway. They can be applied. 13. A civil action in the amount of USD 150,000 would be heard in a case. The Amtsgericht b. District Court v. The Federal Court d. The Supreme Court 9.

The doctrine of precedent is based on one. A system of Parliament b. Obiter dicta v. Jus cogens d. Ratio decidendi 18. Article 109 of the Constitution provides that a. The common law takes precedence over statutory law b. The Act takes precedence over the common law v. Federal law takes precedence over the law of State d. The Governor General may prevail over the federal Parliament 1. There is no law on who should mow the lawn in your home because such a decision has. Cannot be applied b.

Does not include rights and obligations c. Does not reflect d values. Is not in the sufficient public interest 7. In Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Society, punishments in one. Court decision b. As a rule, applied by the parents of the injured party v. Usually enforced by the police d. Decision of the Court of First Instance Parliament 8. Which of the following courts does not have jurisdiction to appeal? One.

The Amtsgericht b. District Court v. The Federal Court d. The High Court If the quiz does not load or does not appear, please reload the page. 🙂 Thank you 12. International law is based on a. custom b. consensus v. jus cogens d. domestic law 19. The Constitution may be amended by a.

The High Court b. Referendum v. State/Federal Agreement d. All of the above 4. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander customary law is characterized by law. Police Law Enforcement b. A Code of Laws Written v. Anarchy d. Variations of laws between tribes 15. Which of the following laws is not a subordinate law? a. Regulations b. Orders c.

Amendments d. Article 17 The exercise of separate legislative powers by the courts and parliament b. The fact that state and federal courts have separate jurisdiction v. The fact that governmental power is divided between the executive, the legislative and the judiciary. The fact that legislative power is divided between state and federal governments 14. The phase during which amendments may be made to a bill is called a. Redaktion b. Second reading v. The Committee prepared the ground for d. Third reading 20. State legislatures do not have the power to legislate a.

Crime b. Defense v. Taxes d. Education Make the most of your study session and start revising for Pre-Study – Practice of Law with the following multiple-choice quiz. 5. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander customary law was based on one of them. Parliamentary decisions b. Tradition and kinship v.

Decisions of judges d. All of the above 11. The balance of power refers to one. The power among nations to reject international law b. Power between Federal and State Courts v. The power of some senators to defeat a bill d. The power of a few cabinet members to defeat bills. 2. A difference between a rule and a law is a. The rules are not binding on the whole community b. Rules cannot be enforced c.

The rules do not contain rights and obligations d. Rules have nothing to do with ethics. 16. The separation of powers between the states and the Commonwealth has largely changed as a result of a. referenda b. Supreme Court Decisions v. The Balance of Power in the Senate d. International treaties 6. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Common law a. Not recognized in Australia b. Still practiced by most Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Is recognized by contract d. Is partially recognized by law We wish you good luck with the following legal studies quiz.

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