Evaluate the Effectiveness of Aboriginal Customary Law Compared with Australian Law in Regards to Punishment and Ownership
In 1788, British law overrode Aboriginal customary law in Australia. Although only Australian Law (of a Common Law legal system) is officially recognised nowadays, customary punishments have been adopted in several cases.
Australian Law and Customary Law are very different. The statement - "Law is based on individual and community beliefs and values. These concepts are true for Australian Law and for Customary Law" - suggests that differences between the legal systems arise from the different beliefs and values held by the two societies.
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