Business Dictionary :
Law : noun : laws = rules by which a country is governed and the activities of people and organizations are controlled
Labor Laws = laws concerning the employment of workers
Law = all the laws of a country taken together
Civil Law = laws relating to arguments between individuals and the rights of individuals
Commercial Law = laws regarding busi¬ness
Company Law = laws which refer to the way companies work
Contract Law = laws related to private agreements
The Law of Contract = laws related to private agreements
Copy Right Law = laws concerning the protection of copyright
Criminal Law = laws related to Crime
International Law = laws referring to the way countries deal with each other
Maritime Law = laws referring to ships and ports
The Law of the Sea = laws referring to ships and ports
Law Courts = place where a judge listens to cases and decides who is right legally
To take someone to law = to tell someone to appear in court to settle an argument
Inside the law = obeying the laws of a country
Within the law = obeying the laws of a country
Against the law = not according to the laws of a country
Outside the law = not according to the laws of a country
The company is operating outside the law.
To break the law = to do something which is not allowed by law.
He is breaking the law by selling goods on Sunday.
You will be breaking the law if you try to take that computer out of the country without an export license.
: noun : general rule
Law of supply and demand = general rule that the amount of a product which is available is related to the needs of the possible customers
Law of Diminishing Returns
= general rule that as more factors of production (land, labor and capital) are added to the existing factors, so the amount they produce is proportionately smaller
: no plural
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