1. Business
  2. Economics
  3. law is a pure science based on unchanging and universal...

Question: law is a pure science based on unchanging and universal...

Question details
  1. Law is a pure science based on unchanging and universal truths.

A.         True.

B.         False.

  1. A definition of "the law" is,

A.         a rule of civil conduct prescribed by the supreme power in a state, commanding what is right, and prohibiting what is wrong.

B.         the regime of ordering human activities and relations through systematic             application of the force of politically organized society, or through social         pressure in such society backed by such force.

C.         the aggregate of laws or legal precepts; the body of authoritative grounds of        judicial and administrative action established in society.

D.         a set of rules that society will enforce.

E.        All of the above.

  1. Functions of the law include:

A.        maintenance of stability in the social, political, and economic system while             simultaneously permitting change.

B.        peaceable dispute resolution.

C.        protection of property.

D.        preservation of the state.

E.        All of the above.

Solution by an expert tutor
Blurred Solution
This question has been solved
Subscribe to see this solution