BU206.W1 Essay.Primary Sources of Law in the United States.Eric Ortiz.docx

In terms of the united states government the laws and

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any level of the government. In terms of the United States government, the laws and resolutions enacted by congress are known as Statutes at Large [Van17]. The Office of the Law Revision Counsel in the U.S. House of Representatives publishes the US Code (USC) in order to update the statutory laws of the U.S. Conclusion These four sources of law make up what we consider the law in a broad term. All four of these sources of law make up what we commonly call the law. All of the laws passed by congress along with all of the interpretations of those laws are included in these four categories. The law and its content is ever changing, these four sources of law will always be considered the basis of the law in the United States of America.
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PRIMARY SOURCES OF LAW IN THE UNITED STATES 4 References Kribble, M. (2017, May 9). Secondary Sources: ALRs, Encyclopedias, Law Reviews, Restatements, & Treatises . Retrieved from Harvard Law School Library: Miller, R. L. (2015). Business Law Today, The Essentials: Text and Summarized Cases (11th Ed.). Arlington, TX: Cengage Advantage Books. Plessy v. Ferguson, 163 U.S. 537 (United States Supreme Court April 18, 1896). Van Horn, C. (2017, January 3). Statutory Law . Retrieved from lawin.org:
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