Law and fact: Differentiating the aspects of a case (1)

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Fact, in legal terms, is the event that has lead to the litigation (eg a dispute between two contracting parties), while law refers to the actual rules that decide how the facts will be viewed by the courts. This exercise introduces some of the key distinctions between law and fact, training your reading and vocabulary skills.

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