Classifications of Law: Public vs Private, Imperative vs Complementary

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What is the main distinction between public and private characters of relations regulated by the law?

The first one is built on the distinction/difference between public and private characters of the relations regulated by the law.

Which legal system is associated with Romano-Germanic/Civil Law?

Romano-Germanic/Civil Law

What is the primary legal system in Anglo-American/Common Law countries?

Anglo-American/Common Law

In which legal system is Islamic Law System categorized?

Islamic Law System

What aspect of law involves the classifications of the law?

Classifications of the Law

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Classification of Law

  • Law can be classified into two main categories: Public Law and Private Law
  • Public Law deals with rules related to crime and are imperative/authoritative in nature
  • Public Law examples: Criminal Law, rules to deal with crime
  • Private Law deals with rules related to social relationships and business agreements
  • Private Law examples: Commercial Law, rules of social relationships
  • The distinction between public and private law is based on the character of the relations regulated by the law

Explore the classifications of law including Public vs Private Law and Imperative vs Complementary Law Rules. Test your knowledge on the distinctions between these key types of legal frameworks.

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