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26 Re: what is your favorite law subject? on Thu Jan 26, 2012 7:59 am

quo warranto


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taxation law

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27 Re: what is your favorite law subject? on Mon Jan 30, 2012 2:01 pm

redrider0404


Prision Correccional
Criminal Law and remedial Law

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28 Re: what is your favorite law subject? on Fri Jun 15, 2012 9:48 pm

suntheir


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Civil law,.. (family, sales, obligon, partnership, and other provisions Provided therein Surprised hahah ) , Labor Laws

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29 Re: what is your favorite law subject? on Fri Jun 15, 2012 11:06 pm

mdventura


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TORT OF LAW

The area of law that covers the majority of all civil lawsuits. Essentially, every claim that arises in civil court with the exception of contractual disputes falls under tort law. The concept of tort law is to redress a wrong doing to a person, usually by awarding them monetary damages as compensation.

Tort law can be split into three categories: negligent torts, intentional torts and strict liability. Negligent torts encompass harm done to people generally through the failure of another to exercise a certain level of care (usually defined as a reasonable standard of care). Accidents are a good example of negligent torts. Intentional torts, on the other hand, refer to harms done to people intentionally by the willful misconduct of another, such as assault, fraud and theft. Strict liability torts, unlike negligence and intentional torts, are not concerned with the culpability of the person doing the harm. Instead, strict liability focuses on the act itself: if someone commits a certain act (say, producing a defective product) then that person is responsible for the damages from that act regardless of the level of care exercised or their intentions.

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30 Re: what is your favorite law subject? on Fri Jun 15, 2012 11:23 pm

mdventura


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When you come accross with a scenario try to expand your knowledge by doing a lot of research and find similar cases that relates to this subject so you can define the difference of law.

Keep reading different cases in a similar subject until you understand how this law works. gather enough information so you can understand the difference in this type of law, Like for example there are stories based on tort law.

Understanding tort law and it's categories: Tort law is mainly about "wrong doing"

Negligent torts, intentional torts and strict liability. Negligent torts encompass harm done to people generally through the failure of another to exercise a certain level of care (usually defined as a reasonable standard of care).
Accidents are a good example of negligent torts. Intentional torts, on the other hand, refer to harms done to people intentionally by the willful misconduct of another, such as assault, fraud and theft.
Strict liability torts, unlike negligence and intentional torts, are not concerned with the culpability of the person doing the harm. Instead, strict liability focuses on the act itself: if someone commits a certain act (say, producing a defective product) then that person is responsible for the damages from that act regardless of the level of care exercised or their intentions.

After comparing different type of scenario, you can start identifying the right law that applies in every scenario. cheers

Gan Fonacier wrote:i was just, wondering po,im currently on my 3rdyr level in college and im actually planning to take proper law after i graduate. kelangan b tlga memorize mo ung buong civil code or hnde ppno po b yun ginagaawa nyo technique? nid b lhat ng articles memorize dpat?can someone help me to answer po!tnxxx

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31 Re: what is your favorite law subject? on Wed Jul 11, 2012 11:25 am

qarba1


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Political Law, Remedial Law at Labor Law

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32 Re: what is your favorite law subject? on Wed Aug 15, 2012 9:29 am

roxanne.exclusive


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Buti pa kayong lahat! Gustung-gusto ko na ding mag-Law!!! Ayoko na ng Accountancy. Hahahahaha.

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33 Re: what is your favorite law subject? on Wed Aug 15, 2012 9:39 am

ronjay


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kung nakinig ako sa namayapa kong ama - Criminal law ang favorite subject ko.

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34 Re: what is your favorite law subject? on Thu Oct 11, 2012 11:20 pm

shad_marasigan


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civil and criminal procedure.

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35 Re: what is your favorite law subject? on Fri Oct 12, 2012 12:43 pm

umber umber


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crim

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36 Re: what is your favorite law subject? on Sat Oct 13, 2012 9:34 pm

diegested


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Gan Fonacier wrote:i was just, wondering po,im currently on my 3rdyr level in college and im actually planning to take proper law after i graduate. kelangan b tlga memorize mo ung buong civil code or hnde ppno po b yun ginagaawa nyo technique? nid b lhat ng articles memorize dpat?can someone help me to answer po!tnxxx

HI. hindi naman. usually ganyan iniisip ng mga budding law students. pero once you're there na, matututunan mo rin kung paano aralin ang law. most students want to advance study while in college. while i think this is a promising start, i would suggest that you enjoy college life first and mind graduating with good grades muna, since if you want to enter bigfish law schools, grades ang malaking chunk ng deciding factor. AND, once you're in law school already, there's no turning back. Cases and book reading assignments would eat not only your time, but yourself as well.

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37 Re: what is your favorite law subject? on Sat Oct 13, 2012 9:35 pm

diegested


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Favorite ko ang Civil Law especially PerFa and Consti Law, although i think those two subjects don't love me in return.

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