The power of Law
Variation of Law
Constitutional law refers to the fundamental principles and rules outlined in a country's constitution. It defines the structure of the government, the distribution of powers among its branches, and the rights and freedoms of individuals.
Administrative law governs the activities of administrative agencies, departments, and other governmental bodies. It encompasses the rules and procedures through which these entities operate, exercise their powers, and make decisions.
It governs private disputes between individuals, organizations, or entities. It covers areas such as contracts, property, family, and business law. It resolves conflicts between parties and provide remedies for breaches of legal obligations.