The Theory of Law


In a social-organizational framework, law has many features. Its definition, application and content are based on social facts. The theory of law must be able to explain the nature of society’s challenges. For example, changes in the environment, increasing complexity, and heterogeneity of society all have the potential to affect the validity of primary rules.

One of the main differences between arbitrary law and immutable law is that an arbitrary law is one that is not based on the nature of things. A prime example of an arbitrary law is a tariff. Its price may be high or low. Arbitrary law is often used as a term in opposition to an immutable law.

In a well-ordered society, people often disagree. However, laws provide a peaceful and fair way to resolve these differences. Among the functions of a law is ensuring that society is safe. Specifically, the Canadian legal system protects individual rights, and is designed to ensure that everyone is treated fairly. This applies to public law and private law.

Another important aspect of law is the rule of law. The federal president has the power to enact treaties with other sovereign nations. These treaties can cover many different topics. These agreements must be approved by two-thirds of the U.S. Senate before they take effect. In many cases, these agreements are aimed at governing the behavior of government employees, but some can also affect private citizens.

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