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Prescribed guide for action or conduct, regulation of principle; includes commands to lower courts or court officials to do ministerial acts.

Domain: Law; Category: General law

The act of giving or enacting laws; the power to make laws; the act of legislating; preparation and enactments of laws; the making of laws by express decree; the exercise of sovereign power.

Domain: Law; Category: General law

Law that establishes the rules of the court and the methods used to ensure the rights of individuals in the court system. In particular, laws that provide how the business of the court is to be ...

Domain: Law; Category: General law

The supreme legislative body of a usually major political unit that is a continuing institution comprising a series of individual assemblages.

Domain: Law; Category: General law

The legal authority a person has as the result of a law or contract. For example, the owner of a house has the actual authority to sell it because the law states that he is the owner. Likewise, the ...

Domain: Law; Category: General law

The positive law that creates, defines and regulates the rights and duties of the parties and that may give rise to a cause of action, as distinguished from adjective law that pertains to and ...

Domain: Law; Category: General law

Statutes that promote free competition by outlawing such things as monopolies, price discrimination, and collaboration, for the purpose of restraint of trade, between two or more business enterprises ...

Domain: Law; Category: General law

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