Roles Of Law And Courts In Today S Business Environment

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Role and Functions of Law Paper Ethical and Legal Topics in Business – ETH/321 March 30, 2015 Role and Functions of Law Paper There are several roles, types, and functions of law in society today; whether it is an individual, worker, or business owner everyone is subject to and must abide by the federal and state courts and laws of this country. The judicial review is the doctrine under which legislative and executive actions are subject to review by the judiciary. This is an example of check and balances in a modern governmental system. Working on a federal installation (Tinker AFB) the industry has to follow both federal guidelines and laws. Federal and State Court Structure The differences between the two court structures:…show more content…
Within the 14 CFR there are 68 regulations organized into three volumes under Title 14. The three categories are as followed: Administrative, Airworthiness Certification and Airworthiness Operation. The 14 CFR, Part 43 covers the maintenance, preventive maintenance, rebuilding, and alterations. For all aircraft mechanics this regulation is the heart that everyone has to follow during the inspections. It also is the second of the “Big Three” regulation that has been identified part of the 14CFR. The “Big Three” identifies the requirements of and the procedures for obtaining type certificates, supplemental type certificates, production certificates, airworthiness certificates, and import and export approvals. Airworthy means the aircraft conforms to its type design and is in a condition for safe operation. Production means an aircraft, aircraft engine, or aircraft propeller (, Publications, Forms, & Records Conclusion No matter what position you hold there will always be guidelines, laws, and rules and regulations. The Federal and State court systems contain similar structures, but significantly contrast in the judicial selection process and level of jurisdiction. Judicial Review is a strong empowerment that can be used for the interest of the courts, it is the only check and balance in power that the Judiciary really has. It can only investigate a law or action that
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