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Corporate and Business Law (LW) was previously known as F4 Corporate and Business Law. All exam resources listed as F4 can be used for studying LW, as the syllabus and content of the exam has not changed.
ALL TEN questions are compulsory and MUST be attempted 1 (a) In relation to the English legal system, explain the meaning of: (i) criminal law; (3 marks) (ii) civil law.