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a) Laws, rules and customs all exist in an ordered world. The three terms have distinct different meanings and purposes although, at the same time have a great relationship and all rely one each other. In order for them to function correctly they must all sit in the same line and set out a similar example of what is morally right. Laws are rules established by a governing authority to institute and maintain orderly coexistence while rules are a simpler term of regulations and expectancy of a certain community made by an authority; they are legally binding. …
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