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Legal Research

Legal Research is the process of substantiating Legal decision making by discovering and retrieving relevant information.

Concept Of Law
According to Salmond, “Law is a precept or rule of action imposed upon men by some authority which enforce obedience to it.” Breach of a rule entails sanction. And nature of sanction varies with authority. Though the nature of the sanction between State and association is different , the element of authority to secure enforcement is common.

Scope Of Authority
Legal Research moves around Legal Authorities, a material source of Law, such as Constitution, Statutes, Regulations, Ordinances, overviews of Legal Topics and evaluation of Cases as Precedent" should be incorporated.

Jurisdiction
Jurisdiction is the actual authority accorded to a Legal body or a person for the administration of justice. It includes power of a Court to adjudicate Cases and issue Orders and also power of a Government body to act. Courts have subject matter jurisdiction, Territorial Jurisdiction, Pecuniary Jurisdiction, Appellate Jurisdiction, General Jurisdiction, Exclusive Jurisdiction, Concurrent Jurisdiction, and Diversity Jurisdiction. And the jurisdiction of a State can be broadly divided into the three divisions of the Legislative, the Executive and the Judiciary.

Distinction Between Common Law AND Civil Law
Common Law as a legal system has originated and evolved in England since the 11th century. And Civil Law has it's origin in Rome. The system of Common Law predominates in England and other countries colonized by England. The most important feature of Common Law is that it represents the Law of the Courts as expressed in judicial decisions whereas the Civil Law system is based on statutes and Codified Laws.
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