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Universal Laws to Maintain Peace and Order

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Laws are essential because they serve as a standard of conduct for residents. It also acts as a guideline for acceptable behaviour and ensures equality within communities and social groups. Laws communicate what is acceptable and what is not in each society and are also necessary in order for a society to be peaceful and problem-free. Without law, there would be no guidelines for accepted behaviour and conflicts between social groups and communities could erupt. Laws provide protection to victims of crimes and punishment and to those who violate the laws.

Law is the essential foundation of stability and order both within societies and in international relations. The UN is working to maintain international peace and security in a world where security threats have become more complex. UN was primarily established to maintain international peace and security.

The first universal law formulated by UN is peaceful settlement or adjustment of disputes. Since the direct cause of war and violence is always a dispute between states, it is necessary that these disputes should be settled at the earliest. If the parties fail to settle the dispute by peaceful means, they are bound by the terms of UN charter to refer the problem to the council. For example, if you are involved in a dispute concerning a contract for the sale of land in another country, then you should consult conveyancing lawyers in that country to help you out in the settlement of the dispute. The lawyers aim to offer an impartial and authoritative alternative to litigation and arbitration.

Parental principle law includes compulsory attendance laws for children. Under this law child and vulnerable adults can’t be neglected. Also, under this law, possession of certain drugs is not permitted. This law is effective in maintaining peace and prosperity in the world if sensibly enforced.

All governments have laws controlling utilisation of goods or services to its citizens, but when these laws are used to control the conduct, they can give few people, groups or associations unfair preferences over others.

Human rights are another international law under where certain stipulations are laid which everyone is bound to respect. Under this law, all human beings are entitled to civil and political rights, right to life and liberty, freedom of speech and thought, social, cultural and economic rights, right to food, right to work and right to education. The law prohibits practices such as torture, slavery and uninformed detention or exile.

Laws are essential to have a system in a society to regulate a good relationship among citizens, even for those with conflicting interests. Laws ensure that human rights are protected and respected. Without laws, our society and the world would not be able to function properly and crimes would become an everyday occurrence and breach the peace and prosperity of the nation.