the term common law refers to:a legal system based upon the British system.the law made by judges.a form of case law, distinct from ‘equity’.all of…

1.the term common law refers to:

A.a legal system based upon the British system.

B.the law made by judges.

C.a form of case law, distinct from ‘equity’.

D.all of the above

2.in a civil trial:

A.the party who commenced the action is called the plaintiff.

B.the burden of proof is on the crown.

C.the standard of proof is beyond all reasinable probabilities.

D.if the defendant is found guilty they will be punished.

3.which of the following is not one of the three essential requirements of contract?

A.the intention that the agreement be legally enforceable.

B.an agreement between two or more persons.

C.An agreement in writing and signed by the parties.

D.consideration.