Classification Of Law : Legal Method

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Classification of law

Reg no.: 14B152 Subject: legal method ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
EVENTUALLY, I WOULD LIKE TO THANK MY RESPECTED LEGAL METHOD PROFESSOR NIDHI BUCH MAM FOR PROVIDING ME SUCH A WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY TO COMPILE THIS PROJECT ON CLASSIFICATION OF LAW WHICH ALSO HELPED ME IN DOING A LOT OF RESEARCH AND I CAME TO KNOW ABOUT SO MANY NEW THINGS .I AM REALLY THANKFUL TO HER.
SECONDLY I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO THANK MY FRIENDS WHO HELPED ME A LOT IN FINALIZING THIS PROJECT WITHIN THE LIMITED TIME FRAME. —SURVI SINHA

ABSTRACT
THE GIVEN PROJECT ON “CLASSIFICATION OF LAW” BASICALLY DEALS
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According to G.W Paton classification of law is creation of logical structure that will enable the rules of the law to be effective and concise that they may be more easily grasped, applied and developed. Secondly in order to enable lawyers to find their law.
Classification is to categorize in which ideas are recognized differentiated and understood. So classification of law is basically the categorization of different wrongs under categories of civil, criminal, public, private law for easy access in day to day life.
For jurisprudence classification categorizing is difficult because if we confine ourselves to English law, classification may be achieved and may be generally accepted but legal system differ not only on the basis of rules but in their methods of classifying these rules.
On the basis of people concerned or influenced by the crime law has been divided into public and private ,similarly on the basis of nature of crime that is severe or not it has been categorized as Civil and criminal and on the basis of part governed it is divided into substantive and procedural law. Although few laws like tort comes under private law as well as civil law but it helps in more deep understanding about it. For as Maine says, “a perfect classification of legal rules would distribute them according to their real relations with one another and would therefore be founded upon a complete analysis of all the legal conceptions.”

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