What Is Law?what Are The Kinds Of Law?

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Anonymous answered
Law actually comprises of a set of rules and instructions regarding different things and it is the law that guides people, nations, organizations, etc to perform things in a particular way. It is what determines conduct. Law is imposed through agreement and there are authorities who impose the laws and these laws cannot be deviated from. There are laws for economies, democracies, markets, institutions, real estate, copyright, environment, military etc. The most common kinds of laws are the international law, Constitutional and administrative law, criminal Law, Contract law, Tort Law, Property law, Labor laws, Human rights Laws, Commercial law, Society law, Company Law, Banking laws and so many others.

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Rizwan fahim answered
Law is a system of rules a society sets to maintain order and protect harm to persons and property.
The Various Kind of Law
1) Imperative Law ,            2) Scientific Law ,  3) Natural Law ,                          4) Conventional Law,        5) Customary Law ,    6) Technical Law ,                7) International Law ,        8)  Civic Law
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maheen mirza answered
The law can be classified in to the following categories.
1) Constitutional laws:
These deal with the government of the country,the relation between the government and the citizen of the country and the public rights and duties of the citizens.
2)Administrative laws :
These deal with the operation of public administration and local government,town planning ,housing etc.
3)Social security:
These deal with the entitlement of sickness, unemployment benefit and similar payments.
4)Taxation:
These are concerned with the compulsory payments by persons to the State to defray public expenditures ,such as on defence.
5)Criminal laws:
These deal with the kinds of conduct which are treated as punishable ,such as murder ,theft ,reckless driving.
6)Family laws:
These are concerned with the marriages and divorces of couples.
7)Contract:
These deal with the agreements and bargains ,such as to buy and sell ,lease,transport,employ and so on.
8)Property:
These deal with the rights in land,goods and other things of value.
9)Trust:
These concerned with the persons holding property on behalf of and for others.
10)Succession:
These deal with the wills and transfer of property when a person gets expired, to those who are entitled to.There are also important bodies of rules about Civil and Criminal procedures ,or steps and stages of actions and prosecutions in court ,and evidence,dealing with how facts in dispute can be proved.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Law in its wides sense mean "Rules of actions", Any stander ed or Principle on which certain acts in certain circumstances must be performed. Thus is a stone was to be drawn it must fall, and obey the rules of gravitation.
Law in this sense which ensure uniformity of conduct are divided into eight kinds (By Salmon)
Imperative law,physical/scientific law,Natural law,conventional law,Customary law,practical.Technical law,International and local Law.
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Emma Profile
Emma answered
It is  something that is not legal in the country of America if you do do it you will go from work to jail for like a month to prison to death.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
What kind of law that we can file to the person that says bad things to you, that make your image bad?
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Hassan Raza answered
Imperative law: Imperative law means a rule which prescribes a genre path of action forced by some authority which enforces it by better power also by physical force or any other form of compulsion.

Physical and scientific laws: Physical laws or the laws of science are appearance of the uniformities of nature--general values expressing the reliability and harmony visible in the activities and operates of the universe. An example of physical laws is the law of tides. Physical laws are also called natural laws or laws of nature. The biological laws of spread of species, the law of development and growth of all beings and of human psychology may be mentioned among those laws which reflect consistency in the manner of living beings, hence the very uniformity in the manners of animate or inanimate stuff is known by its second name "'physical law" governing that object.

Natural law or moral law: by natural law or moral law is meant the principles of natural right and wrong—the principles of natural justice if we use the term justice in its widest sense to include all forms of rightful action.Conventional law: Its means any rule or system of rules agreed upon by persons for the regulation of their conduct towards each other. It is a form of special law. It is law for the parties who subscribe to it.

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