Permanent magnets, Electrical Engineering

If a permanent magnet creates the flux in a magnetic circuit, the flux exists without the need for a coil, so how does Amperes Law apply to this case?  

In this case the flux is driven round the magnetic circuit by the internal magnetism of the material. 

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