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Legal System Identification, Comparison, and Analysis Memorandum

Legal System Identification, Comparison, and Analysis Memorandum

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// To write about the Legal System Identification, Comparison, and Analysis Memorandum for helping Mr. Jones in finding the legal situation in the residential subdivisions, it is essential to gain knowledge about the location related to the problem and current Political and Administrative Systems//

Introduction

Switzerland is located in the middle of Western Europe. Its neighbor countries are Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Italy and France. The land of Switzerland encompasses an area of 41,290 sq kms and it is commanded by various mountain ranges like Alps in the South and Jura in its Northwest part. It has a strong historical background as it replaced its loose confederation system with a structured federal state, after the last civil war of 1847.

In this new well built federation system, the self-sufficiency of the "Metropolises" and "Housing development" was significantly sustained. Still, many parts of Switzerland's present Swiss Federal Constitution, keep up a correspondence to its first contemporary adaptation of 1848. The succeeding history of this city had led to a nation, in which small communities of diverging sizes, financial potencies and cultural backgrounds exist together with mutual respect. In the recent years, Switzerland has transformed its economic patterns mainly into conventionality with the European Union, which helps it in enhancing its international aggressiveness (Swiss Confederation, 2008).

Current Political and Administrative Systems

The Federal Constitution of Switzerland defines it as a confederation of the masses of 23 autonomous Cantons, in which three Cantons are dissevered into half-cantons. All these autonomous Cantons make Switzerland, a federative, parliamentary and inherent nation. The Constitution of Switzerland explains its various powers which are as follows:

Legislative

Executive

Judiciary

Legislative body of Switzerland is the Federal Parliament and it consists of two assemblies that have equal rights

National Council: It works with 200 representatives.

Council of States: It works with 46 representatives, in which 2 representatives are from each of the Cantons.

The government and the ultimate executive body of Switzerland is the Federal Council. Every year, the Federal Parliament chooses 1 of the 7 Federal Councilors to be the President of the Confederation. The Federal Court is the uppermost judicial power and it functions as the supreme civil law court, which evaluates discourtesies ...

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