What is law?
Law is a set of enforceable rules and regulations that govern the behavior of individuals, and institutions within a society.
Who writes laws?
Laws are made by government and appointed institutions. They are also developed from past case decisions (See:What-is-jurisprudence). They are designed to regulate human behavior, promoting justice, and equality.
Laws establish standards of behavior and penalties for those who fail to comply with them.
What does the law cover?
- Criminal law (See Criminal-law-what-is-a-crime-misdemeanor-felony).
- Civil rights (See Human-rights-what-are-they?).
- Employment law
- Property laws (See What-is-property?).
- Sales of goods
- Health and Safety
- Contract law
and many other areas.
What is the purpose of the law?
The main purpose of law is to protect individuals and society from harm and to ensure that justice is served. See https://makemeclever.com/what-is-law/