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Areas of Law


Areas of law

In all legal systems and different countries often categorize and name legal subject in many ways. Enough common is the difference between:
  • "Public law" topics, which relate closely to the state, including: constitutional, administrative and criminal law.
  • "Private law" subjects, including:  contract, tort, property.
  • In civil law systems, contract and tort fall under a common law of obligations and trusts law is dealt with under legislative regimes or international conventions.
  • International, constitutional and administrative law, criminal law, contract, tort, property law and trusts are regarded as the "traditional core subjects", though there are many further disciplines which might be of greater practical meaning.

There are some areas of the law that can correctly fall into more than one category.

DIFFERENT AREAS IN LAW

Criminal law
Family law
Labour law
Business law
 Criminal law
It refers to rugged impositions as punishment for failure to comply of rules.
 Family law
It covers legal issues and relations between family members and domestic problems.
 Labour law
It involves legal rights and limits of working people and their organizations.
 Business law
It provides a legal structure to create, organize and run business and trade.
Immigration law
Constitutional and administrative law
International law
areas of law
 Immigration law
It involves national policies concerned about legal status of people in a country.
 Constitutional law
It involves the system of government of a country to mantain internal relationships.
 International law
It manages behavior of nations in their relationships with other nations.
 More areas of law
Information about other important areas of law such as tax, contract and others.