CSL Sphere XVI

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Sphere XVI - Law of the Arts and Sciences

A. Object, purpose, and aims of the sphere of law.
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B. Citizens' rights within the sphere of law.
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C. Administration exercising competence over the sphere of law.
The Scottish Foundation for the Arts and Sciences shall be competent to apply the sphere of law.
D. Content of the sphere of law
Domaine 1 : Institutional Administrative Law
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Domaine 2 : Applied Law and the mechanisms for application
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E. Justiciability of the Domaines
1. Administrative appeals process
2. Judicial appeals process
a. Criteria for establishing standing to appeal
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b. Courts with original and appellate jurisdiction
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F. Continuous adaptation and refinement mechanisms to maintain sphere perpetually fit for purpose
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Points for Discussion Below

A. What are your observations about the law?
B. Are there additional rights that should be added to the Bill of Rights.
C. What are the essential elements of the domaines of the law, and what elements could be added?
D. Could the justiciability procedure be made simpler and more understandable?
E. What other methods of adaptation could be employed to maintain the law fit for purpose?
F. Is the text written in such a way that any literate person could understand? Could you suggest changes to the text to make it more comprehensible?

Have Your Say on the Administration of this Sphere

We have separated the discussions on the Sphere of Law and the Institution that will administer the Sphere.
You can suggest key principles, dos and donts etc for the Scottish Institution administering this Sphere here -> Scottish Foundation for the Arts and Sciences

Level of Comfort

Are you comfortable with Sphere XVI as stated above?
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