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Transcript of 1.2 review
16. Who determines whether a particular law, statute, ordinance, or regulation is valid and on what basis is this determined?
17.How can a single act violate more than one kind of law such as both civil law and criminal law?
18. How are constitutional, statutory, case, and administrative laws created?
19. How are conflicts between constitutional, statutory, case and administrative laws resolved?
20. Describe the differences between criminal and civil law, substantive and procedural law, and business law and other forms of it.
If it conflicts with the federal constitution.
If the tenant who didn't pay the bills on time, also disrupted the other apartments during the night, it would be both civil and criminal law.
Constitutional- when constitutions are adopted or amended or when courts interpret constitutions
Statutory- when federal legislatures act for their citizens
Administrative - created by agencies of the federal, state, and local governments
Case-decisions of federal court.
The Federal constitution determines the powers between the state and federal governments. While the states government allows legislative government authorization to local governments.
The decision of the laws is made by the constitution and violence of it or its conflict.
Civil- individual criminal- society
Procedural-method of enforcing rights Substantive- not involved in enforcing, just defining other rights.
Business-only business . Other forms- others and businesses.