Explain The Key Reason For The Development Of Law Courts Under English Common Law


1. What function of the law is being served when passing laws that protect the U.S. government from the risk of being forcefully overthrown?

a. Maintaining the status quo
b. Shaping moral standards
c. Facilitating orderly change
d. Promoting social justice


2. What was the key reason for the creation of law courts during the early development of the English common law?

a. To administer law in a uniform manner
b. To help merchants form a standardized set of commercial laws
c. To increase the power of the king in law-making
d. To facilitate legal disputes for the wealthy and influential



These multiple choice questions belong to Law. The 1st question discusses about the function of law that protects US government from the risk of being forcefully overthrown and the 2nd question discusses about the key reason for creation of law courts during early development of English common law.

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