- Orders of the state, and therefore also civil laws, in view of the fact that sovereignty requires people to obey them. The fact that the differences existing between individuals, but the state orders can establish that there is impartiality, justice and virtue, and make all these rules of conduct binding, and only the state can set the punishment for their violation, and therefore such orders are civil laws. Therefore, in all countries of the world the natural law is a part of civil law. civil law and is in turn part of the nature of the regulations, for justice, t. e. the observance of treaties and tributes to each what belongs to him, there is a requirement of the natural law. But every citizen of the state is obliged by the contract to obey the civil law (contract between citizens, as they gathered to choose a common representative or by a contract between each subject and by the representative, when conquered by the sword, they promise obedience to save his life), and thus obedience to civil law is also part of the natural law. Civil and natural law are not different kinds, but different parts of law, one of which (hand-written portion) is called civil, the other (unwritten) - naturally. .. However, the natural law, ie, the natural human freedom can be curtailed and limited civil law; Moreover, such a limitation is the natural purpose of issuing laws, because otherwise there can be no peace. And the law was brought into the world only in order to limit the natural liberty of individuals, so that they can not harm, and help each other and unite against the common enemy.
A Day in the Life of the NHL
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