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Legal Pyramid:

However the sources of England law mentioned above may be described through the aid of the following diagram or "legal pyramid";

NOTE: there as;

            Like the sources of England law conclude of as

            (a)        written laws, and other is

            (b)        unwritten laws.

 However the unwritten laws are derived, from the customs in generally speaking of the ethnic groups that constitute England's indigenous population and the rules or rites of Hinduism and Islam.

Moreover there is not peculiar or strange about this situation.  In fact in England, like in e.g we see the general customs of the English people constitute a major source of English law that knows as the common law.  So the basic principles of Christianity have also made some contribution for the development of English law, especially family law.

However a written law is describe by the Interpretation and General provisions Act as:;

            (a) is, an Act of Parliament for the time being in force as other than the Constitution; and

            (b) an applied law; or like

            (c) any subsidiary legislation for the time being in force.

 

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