Meaning of LAW in English

LAW

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Discipline and profession concerned with the customs, practices, and rules of conduct that are recognized as binding by the community.

Enforcement of the body of rules is through a controlling authority, such as a group of elders, a regent, a court, or a judiciary. Comparative law is the study of the differences, similarities, and interrelationships of different systems of law. Important areas in the study and practice of law include administrative law , antitrust law , business law , constitutional law, criminal law , environmental law, family law, health law, immigration law, intellectual property law, international law , labour law , maritime law , procedural law , property law, public interest law, tax law, trust s and estates, and tort s. See also Anglo-Saxon law ; canon law ; civil law ; common law ; equity ; Germanic law ; Indian law ; Islamic law ( Israeli law ; Japanese law ; jurisprudence ; military law ; Roman law ; Scottish law ; Soviet law .

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administrative law

Ampère's law

Anglo Saxon law

Anti Corn Law League

antitrust law

associative law

Avogadro's law

blue law

Bode's law

Bragg law

business law

mercantile law

commercial law

canon law

Chinese law

civil law

common law

common law marriage

commutative law

conservation law

law of conservation

Coulomb's law

covering law model

criminal law

cuneiform law

diminishing returns law of

distributive law

Egyptian law

estate law

fair trade law

Falloux Law

faunal succession law of

Germanic law

Greek law

Gresham's law

Hardy Weinberg law

Hebraic law

Indian law

international law

Israeli law

Japanese law

Jim Crow Law

labour law

law code

law of cosines

law of sines

law report

Law Andrew Bonar

Law John

maritime law

admiralty law

marriage law

martial law

mass action law of

military law

Montgomery of Alamein Bernard Law Montgomery 1st Viscount

natural law

Newton's law of gravitation

Ohm's law

Olmsted Frederick Law

Pascal's law

Poor Law

procedural law

Rhodian Sea Law

right to work law

Roman law

Scottish law

Sea Law of the

Book of the Law

Snell's law

Soviet law

transitive law

Twelve Tables Law of the

Weber's law

Weber Fechner law

Constitutional Laws of 1875

Corn Laws

gas laws

Indies Laws of the

Kirchhoff's laws

laws conflict of

March Laws

Newton's laws of motion

Nürnberg Laws

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thought laws of

Britannica English dictionary.      Английский словарь Британика.