What is the difference between legal act and illegal act?
Legal drugs are drugs that are perscribed just for you and you take them as it is written on your perscription. Illegal drugs are any drug you can buy on the street
The question asks about 'acts' not 'drugs'. An illegal act is against the law, a legal act is permitted.
The only real difference between legal and lawful is that what is considered lawful may not be legal. Another Perspective A lawful act contemplates the substance of law. It is authorized, permitted, sanctioned or not forbidden by law. A legal act is performed in accordance with the forms of law or in a technical manner. In that sense, illegal is regarded as invalid. A common example would be a Last Will and Testament that does…
Moral acts are based on an internal and possibly external sense of what is inherently Right or Good. Legal acts are simply acts that conform to the law. For instance, driving 5 miles an hour over the speed limit is not generally kept to be immoral, but is illegal. Another: Providing first aid to someone is probably a moral act but, as the law is silent on this, this act is neither legal nor illegal.