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How are laws of the land different to school and sports rules?
If you break a certain school, you might get punishment like detention, demerits, scolded are teacher/principal, etc. Breaking the sport rules, might just lead you to not join the part of the game, and you might be ending up with the same punishments which apply for breaking school rules. These types of punishments are not too severe. On the other hand, if you break a certain law of the land, you might get punishment like being fined with a lot of money, sentences to jail for number months or years. These punishments are very harsh and severe.
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A rule is something that must be abided by some people. A law has to be abided by every person in that country (appart from the Monarch in many countries, such as the United K…ingdom)
The difference between a law and a rule is that laws are enforced by the police and are therefore just legal rules. Although there are rules and regulations that are needed to… follow in a society, they are distinguished by who are responsible for them and how they are formed. In many cases, the severity of the sancations involved in laws are much greater than those of a rule.
Laws are a legal term that you must abide by! Rules are just something that you have to stick to but cannot get prosecuted by not doing so.
rules- example: Rules of chess, simple rules of a classroom. (Rules are more of a game type thing) laws- laws of the speed limit, laws saying you cant copy money. (Laws a…re more of a federal thing)
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How and why did the four Madhahib - the Hanafi, Shafi'i, Maliki and Hanbali - emerge and evolve? Why do Muslims follow one school in one country and another school… in another country? Why this lack of uniformity? As long as the Prophet -peace be upon him- was with the Ummah, he was the Imam. Muslims followed the Qur'an and the explanations of the Prophet -peace be upon him. Whenever they needed any explanation they went to the Prophet and he either waited for the divine revelation in order to answer them, or gave them his own answers according to the authority that Allah gave him. We, however, know that the Prophet -peace be upon him- also allowed sometimes the variety of opinions among his Sahabah in certain matters. After the Prophet's departure from this earth, his Rightly Guided Caliphs (al-Khulafa' al-Rashidun) were the leaders of the Ummah. Unlike the Prophet, they were not the recipients of Divine revelation (wahy), but they had the full authority to interpret the Shari'ah in their time. Their knowledge, piety and religious authority made the people to go back to them for any final decision. The Caliphs used to consult many Sahabah, but then whatever decision they would make, theirs was the final word. In other words, we can say that there was only one Madh'hab during the time of al-Khulafa' al-Rashidun. They kept the unity and uniformity of the Ummah. We know that when Muslims differed on the readings of the Qur'an, the Caliph Uthman -may Allah be pleased with him- sent his authorized copy to all provinces and removed all other copies of the Qur'an from circulation and burned them. Thus he was able to keep the unity of the Ummah. However, with the emergence of the Umayyad rule, the situation changed. The Umayyad caliphs did not have the same religious authority as the previous Khulafa'. Some of them deviated from the true path of Islam. Many Jurists and scholars used to avoid them and they began their teachings independently in their own locations. The great Sahabah and their followers (tabi'un) went to different areas and taught and preached to their local people. There was no central authority that could unite all the opinions at that time. The Islamic State was expanding. This set a trend for the development of various schools of interpretations under various able scholars and jurists. The Hadith was also not fully collected. So there were two main trends among the early jurists: those who relied on Hadith only, while there were others who frequently used Qiyas and Ra'y. This situation continues throughout the Umayyad period. After the Umayyad (661-750 CE) came the Abbasids. They were also not the ideal caliphs like al- Khulafa' al-Rashidun, but in comparison to the Umayyads, they were more supportive of Islamic law and its scholars. During their time various scholars were encouraged to write books on Islamic laws. They also patronized the collection of early Fatwas. The Caliphs encouraged religious discussions and debates. Various scholars had the opportunity to debate their positions with others. Due to more discussions and debates, some people changed their opinions. Some schools were eliminated and others merged into major schools. Thus four major schools of Fiqh came about. The crystallization of four major Madhahib of Islamic Fiqh came about by the 3rd century of Hijrah or the 9th century of the common era, before this there were about twenty different Madhahib. Once the Madhahib became established in different areas, the local teacher used them to teach the Shari'ah to their students. The local courts applied the decisions and Fatwas of their local jurists. Thus in a natural way the Madhahib spread in different areas. Although we do not have uniformity among Muslims at this time, we should still try to unite them with tolerance and broadmindedness. We should unite them as much as possible. I am pleased to see that the fanatical loyalty to a particular Madh'hab among Muslims is decreasing, alhamdulillah. Now Hanafi, Shafi'i, Maliki and Hanbali and even Ja'fari pray together and work together. We read each other's books and attend the Islamic conferences together. In America this is happening much more than in any other place. I hope this trend will continue and our unity as well as the unity of the whole Ummah will increase, by the grace and mercy of Allah. Ameen.
the meaning of law means something very positive and also something the government use for us to be safe, while rules means like for an example in the classroom you have a cla…ssroom rules why? so that we will be safe and not hurt each other and be generosity theses are some classroom rules you will may like to take down in your notes of information. keep your hands and feet to your selvesdo not throw anything in the classroom or around the classroomto always be generouslisten and obey the person who is talkingrespect each otherto always think positive and never think negativework and help other students who need help in their own workcommunicate with each othernever say swear words to other people especially people who is older then youlisten to the teachers and their orders so that you will be quick and safebehave well
rules are things you should obey and the law is something you must obey. the law is set by the government and it is illegal to break it. not so much for rules, which are… still important, but are usually set by people for health, safety, etc. it is not illegal, as such, to break the rules, although it is still important to abide by them and the law. that is my description of the difference between the two.
There are several different schools of thought in the study of law and legal processes. These include natural law, positivist law and legal realism.
a law is something that is made from the goverment a rule is made by a policy
Laws: Rules of behavior enforced by sanctions and imposed on members of society by a sovereign authority. Rule: guide to behavior, possibly enforced by sanctions, imposed wit…hin a group. Custom: A traditional of expected way of behaving.
First, everybody has their own rules under there on house. Everybody needs to follow the same laws that the government gives them or, the people will go to jail.
In order to ensure people don't nearly kill each other, or it just simply means the rules simply just stated in another way.
Rule of Law is a state of order in which events conform to the law. As we can see from Dicey's 3 main concept of Rule of Law, we can conclude that rule of law means everyo…ne is equal to the law, including the executive, judiciary and legislation. The law is the supreme authority and no one can go above it. Rule by law is means that no one is immune to the law set by the government. The government use the law in the most convenient way for them to govern a particular state, meaning, they set the rules and they are the supreme authority. They use the law to meet their own needs. The law is a tool of government.
The rule of law is something all people have to follow. The rule of man is the word he stats to be true and as if it is the right thing to do.