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    the fundamental principles what is a right, not a what those" [11] The supporters of the ideas of domination of the judiciary in the state-legal mechanism the UK it is reasonable to observe that English law - is "basically nothing more than a right judgment." [12] Secondly, as an argument in favour of the rule, the courts specified in the creative and highly dynamic nature of judicial rights over with statutory, parliamentary law. Considering the parliamentary purely volitional right as positivist, which together with the natural law is opposed to the right judgment, some researchers a priori based on the fact that where there are gaps in the law or there are no clear rules of conduct, the Court must necessarily to act as the supreme legislative…

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    CIVIL vs. MILITARY LAW When civilian law and military law gets talked about, there seems to be surprise and confusion between the individuals speaking about the subject. Most people do not realize there are the two different laws that exist. When law is talked about it is normally assumed that the conversation is about civil law. If talking to a military member, the conversation might be assumed that it might be military law that is being discussed. There are about five major differences…

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    Laws are very important in any society. They are used to maintain order and without them there would be chaos and anarchy. In the well-known Greek play by Sophocles, Antigone, there is a clash between state and natural laws. The play poses the question To whom does a person owe the ultimate loyalty, the state or the natural law and can hubris affect or distort these perspectives. Can such hubris blind a person to other familial duties. While Creon argues that the gods do not celebrate traitors…

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    Hard Law Vs Soft Law

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    ultimately soft laws with no legally binding forces. This argument can be related to Nike’s code of conduct and BP’s greenwashing cases. Due to the nature of soft law, EAP’s proclamations do not offer effective guarantees. It is important to understand the separation of hard and soft laws and their relations to EAP. Hard law is known as the law in the books, put in place by legal institutions that are made to be followed. It is absolute in the manner as it is written, however, it does not…

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    always been conflicting ideas in society. In the play Antigone by Sophocles, both of these are shown through the two main characters, Creon and Antigone. Creon, the straightforward lawmaker, sides with the law of states and fate to be the only path worth following. While Antigone, the free willed heroine, sides with divine law, letting her free will decide her fate. Both sides do have positive lights to shine on their ideals, but Creon’s over zealous attitude towards the law is what forged his…

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    Gambling And Law

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    We need to have laws so in a nation we all have the same standard. Ethics differ from person to person and this creates an issue in policing a nation. If someone doesn’t find it unethical and there is no law dictating the matter why should they be arrested? They shouldn’t be arrested just because an officer finds it unethical it’s not their job to decide that matter. A law can help diminish these issues arising. The first limitation that a law can have is that it is created by fallible people…

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    Nuisance Laws

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    The way that the courts would deal with the pollution associated with slaughterhouses, fat melting and bone boiling establishments, and other traditional nuisance industries was by enforcing the nuisance law that would protect those affected by the industrial pollution emitted by these particular industries. The legal doctrines that the courts would generally enforce would come from the principles of the legal proverb: sic utere tuo ut alienum non laedas, “so use your own as not to injure…

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    Breaking The Law

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    break the law. To break the law is a form of disrespect to the government. Laws are made to protect and to keep the country in control. If everyone breaks the law, there will be no order and there will be endless chaos. When people break laws, it shows everyone else surrounding them that its okay to just do whatever you want. People that breaks laws assume that the police cant touch them, and that there wont be any consequences involved. Depending on the laws that you break, the consequence…

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    Hammurabi Laws

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    Babylon, took power around 1800 B.C. In approximately 1790 B.C., he created the “Code of Hammurabi,” which listed 282 laws to which his people were to abide by. Hammurabi’s laws are one of the first recorded legal codes; it was passed down as an example for future code of laws. These written laws set the model of what the government does and the concept of law and order. The laws made it so that every city-state in Babylon had the same set of laws. The Code of Hammurabi was the uttermost…

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    Hammurabi Laws

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    Family Relationships In a translation done by L. W. King of Babylonian Law--The Code of Hammurabi, by Rev. Claude Hermann Walter Johns, M.A. who originally wrote the document in 1910, we read about King Hammurabi who was ruler of the Babylonian Empire from 1792-1750 BCE. Hammurabi declared a set of 282 laws which were known as Hammurabi's Code. These laws dealt with many aspects of every day life, offenses and their punishments. It is 1 of the first written codes of law in history. This code…

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