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Structure and function of courts

Post by Gringo1972 » Fri Dec 01, 2017 7:53 pm

Ok guys looking for some feedback.

Just looking through section 2.5 Structure and Function of the courts and related institution, and it highlights that if you are studying in england that you do not need to learn the Scottish system.
So my question is, i am studying in Scotland so do i need to learn the English structure ? obviously this is for exam purposes, would i get marked wrong if the question came up and i only gave the Scottish structure ?

Just don't need the extra study if i don't need to.

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Re: Structure and function of courts

Post by Waterbaby » Sun Dec 03, 2017 12:19 pm

Gringo1972 wrote:
Fri Dec 01, 2017 7:53 pm
Ok guys looking for some feedback.

Just looking through section 2.5 Structure and Function of the courts and related institution, and it highlights that if you are studying in england that you do not need to learn the Scottish system.
So my question is, i am studying in Scotland so do i need to learn the English structure ? obviously this is for exam purposes, would i get marked wrong if the question came up and i only gave the Scottish structure ?

Just don't need the extra study if i don't need to.

Thanks Guys
Hi Gringo72

I think the definitive answer will come from your course provider but others will be along ./thumbsup..

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Re: Structure and function of courts

Post by abarnett » Sun Dec 03, 2017 6:52 pm

Not sure how this pans out in the diploma but when I did my NGC a couple of years ago, you can answer exam questions relating to either legal system - so we learned about the Scottish system only and answered questions as though it relates to Scotland...

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Re: Structure and function of courts

Post by ivilla » Mon Dec 04, 2017 8:22 am

I'm pretty sure you can answer either having done that last year. I'm sure this is mentioned either in the syllabus or in my RRC course notes.

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Re: Structure and function of courts

Post by Gringo1972 » Mon Dec 04, 2017 8:46 pm

cheers guys.

I have found we can answer either way but you on get drip fed the information on the Scottish system, so i am just going to learn the English system and give the English answer, no need learning 2 different ways IMO.

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