Public bodies, such as central and local government, have to obey the law. The type of law governing the conduct of public bodies is known as public law. Public law principles mean that public bodies act Lawfully, rationally, fairly, and compatibly with the human rights of those affected by their actions.
What is public law in law?
Public Law is that part of law, which governs relationship between the State (government/government agencies) with its subject and also the relationship between individuals directly concerning the society. Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure are the subject matter of Public Law.
What are the 4 principle sources of law?
The four primary sources are constitutions, statutes, cases, and regulations.
What is the aim of law?
The law serves many purposes. Four principal ones are establishing standards, maintaining order, resolving disputes, and protecting liberties and rights.