Writing a code of conduct into law establishes consistent guidelines for people to follow. Laws are drafted with any of five major principles in mind, according to About.com. The first two principles are to prevent harm ... More »

Housing rental laws exist on both state and federal levels. The most widely known federal laws come from Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, or Fair Housing Act. More »

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The Law of Octaves is about the patterns of elements in the Periodic Table, stating that when elements are aligned according to their atomic weight, every eighth element shares similar properties. For example, hydrogen, ... More »

Morality serves as the ethical basis or justification for law and facilitates obedience to the law by fomenting habits of conduct. Western Kentucky University explains that morality precedes law and is necessary for law ... More »

The law is important because it serves as a norm of conduct for citizens and residents. It acts as a guideline for acceptable behavior, and ensures equality within communities and social groups by an outline for the cons... More »

Arizona's employment termination laws allow employers to terminate an employee at any time unless there is a written employment contract, or unless the termination violates state or federal law, according to AZLawHelp.or... More »

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The most commonly asked questions about condo law fall into categories such as laws, statutes and codes; questions about condo association rights and responsibilities; the rights of renters and owners; and the role of as... More »

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