Statue Law-APRO707.1Law for Property Professionals

Feb 3rd, 2012
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According to Smith and Keenan’s (2013) statute law is an act of legislation that announces, forbids or commands a certain law. This written law as explained by Smith and Keenan’s (2013) is passed by the state for a specific situation. The way a statute law starts is by proposing a bill, and when the bill is passed is becomes a law. “The term statute law covers aspects of the law which have been created by Parliament via legislations” (Smith and Keenan’s, 2013). Three different statute laws to discuss are part 2 of Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, Equalities Act 2010, and Criminal Justice Act 2003.

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