These are legal rights which result from intellectual activity in the industrial, literary and artistic fields. Civil procedure and criminal procedure concern the rules that courts must follow as a trial and appeals proceed. Writing in the early 20th century, Max Weber believed that a definitive feature of a developed state had come to be its bureaucratic support. The head of state is apart from the executive, and symbolically enacts laws and acts as representative of the nation.
- One criticism of bicameral systems with two elected chambers is that the upper and lower houses may simply mirror one another.
- This powerful and tight-knit judiciary gave rise to a systematised process of developing common law.
- Writing in the early 20th century, Max Weber believed that a definitive feature of a developed state had come to be its bureaucratic support.
- The more people are involved with, concerned by and capable of changing