Law is the set of rules that govern behavior and are enforced by governmental and social institutions. Its precise definition has been the subject of long debate and is still being discussed today. Some consider it the science of justice, while others see it as an art. There are several important characteristics of law. Here are some of them.
Legality of law is the warranty that an agreement is compliant with the laws of the jurisdiction in which it was made. It is an important aspect to consider when drafting a contract. The law must protect all participants equally and fairly. The rule of law is important because it allows justice to be done and people to live a life free of harm.
In Weber’s view, the basis of legality lies in the ties that bind a social group. Legitimacy is thus not reducible to the logical coordinates of an association, but rather in the interstices between individuals of a common cultural unity.
Generality of law is the concept that laws must be applicable to everyone, no matter what their race or gender. This prevents discrimination and promotes fairness in society. However, opponents of the generality principle argue that this principle makes even bad laws apply to the entire population, which is unwise and unnecessary.
The rule of law refers to the authority of the law in a society, and its influence on individual and institutional behavior. It is a principle in which the rules and norms that govern a society are publicly disclosed, and every citizen is bound by them. It stands in contrast to the idea that rulers are above the law.
The importance of stable law is recognized in a variety of contexts. Legislative stability can benefit economic growth, as it provides guidance for lower and higher courts, allowing litigants to make more informed decisions. It may also contribute to the social welfare, since a stable legal environment is conducive to long-term investment.
Despite the importance of stable law, however, there has never been a thorough analysis or consensus on concepts, functions, and roles of law. Thus, many of the existing methods for ensuring stable law have been ineffective. This article seeks to contribute to the debate by proposing criteria for ensuring stable law in Vietnam.
Coherence is an important property of normative systems. It serves three important functions: to simplify normative systems, to integrate them, and to defeat incoherence. Coherence in law can be defined by a number of different criteria. First, it refers to the degree to which a rule is consistent with its underlying principles.
Coherence may also be characterized as a unity of principle. According to Raz (1994a), a more coherent system of laws is based on a more cohesive set of principles.
A great leader is a leader who senses problems when others cannot. The Law of Intuition separates the great from the good. Norman Schwarzkopf, for example, had a keen sense of problems and could see them long before others did. He used the Law of Intuition to separate himself from the pack of leaders who were just good at their jobs.
Intuition is a natural trait that everyone has in some degree. Fashion designers often have a natural intuitive gift. They know how to match colors without thinking about it. However, it is possible to develop it and apply it to your own life.