Law comprises a system of rules that is recognised by a particular country, society or community as regulating the actions of its members with enforceability mechanisms such as the imposition of penalties.
Australia's legal system is based on the 'rule of law', which includes the following principles:
These principles are sometimes referred to in case law as the principles of equity or when talking about conduct within a courtroom, principles of natural justice or procedural fairness.
Law is further divided into statute law and common law.
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