Written laws

laws deriving their force from express legislative enactment, as contradistinguished from unwritten, or common, law. See the Note under Law, and Common law, under Common, a.

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Nor is it, moreover, right to permit written laws always to remain without alteration; for as in all other sciences, so in politics, it is impossible to express everything in writing with perfect exactness; for when we commit anything to writing we must use general terms, but in every action there is something particular to itself, which these may not comprehend; from whence it is evident, that certain laws will at certain times admit of alterations.
There are written laws -- they perish; but there are also unwritten laws -- THEY are eternal.
No, there is no law against declining--except the law of custom, which is confessedly stronger than written law, everywhere.
There's no regulation about it; there's no written law.
It is further noted that the Written Laws (Miscellaneous amendments) Bill 2017 has been tabled in Parliament and is under debate.
10 of 2009; and Written Laws (Miscellaneous Amendment) Act No.
Little e," or "little ethics," refers to the guidelines expressed in written laws, policies, rules or regulations that help us when we face the dilemmas and decisions of daily life.
AS an A-level student of politics many years ago, my teacher convinced me of the worth of the House of Lords as a second chamber, revising the badly written laws sent down from the House of Commons.
In simple terms, it is impossible to say whether Parliament's newfound efficiency is leading to the confirmation of dozens of long-needed bills or pushing through badly written laws that could harm the country.
An extraordinary tour that focuses on eyebrow-raising historic moments, from snake oil salesmen who founded the best-known soda brands to how carbonated soft drinks flourished during Prohibition, aided Presidential candidates in their electoral battles, even influenced written laws.
There are no written laws in the nation that prevent women from participating in sports, but they are prohibited from entering stadiums and are also prevented from renting sporting facilities.
The earliest written laws raise the question addressed by Stephan Brink: did they incorporate any of the earlier oral laws and if so how can those relics be identified?