Sources of Law_Essay - Surname1 Students Name Professors Name Course Date of Submission Sources of Law The constitution is a fundamental origin of law

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Surname1Student’s NameProfessor’s NameCourseDate of SubmissionSources of LawThe constitution is a fundamental origin of law. It is defined as a body of essential guidelines and principle by which a specific nation or a society has proposed governing itself.It is the crucial regulation that establishes the primary structure of the identified government, and authorizes the administrative system. Furthermore, the majority of the constitution is always written, while others are unwritten. It implies that the laws exist in a written document, including the UK constitution. Again, laws can be a Republican and Monarchical, such as the UK constitution (Leyland 117). Interestingly, the personal powers of the Queen are defined in the document. However, her influences are bound. Moreover, it can be further categorized as a republican who provides the role of the president, such as the US Constitution. It implies that the president becomes the leader of the state and the champion of the government. Other categories of the law include unitary and federal constitution,

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