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Notwithstanding the difficulty determining what constitutes an enforceable law, or cases of undocumented prosecutorial discretion. The Code of Hammurabi consists of 282 laws, all of which I would consider enforceable. Where they all enforced at all times? I don't think that will ever be possible to answer for any legal system, but common sense tells me that ...


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Of course not No enforcement by humans is omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent, therefore, lawbreaking that is unseen, beyond power or unknown is not enforced.


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What is the importance( in Common Law) of the provision of Responsibility distinct from Liability and enabling people to seek the cessation of an illegal act even if they have not been damaged? The purposes are (1) to prevent damages from materializing (at which point they would become liabilities), and (2) to ascertain who would be liable once damages ...


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In general, a contract for an unlawful purpose is void Since residing in an RV is illegal, a contract purportedly allowing you to do so is not a contract. However, whether you have protection as a tenant is probably unrelated to whether you have a valid tenancy agreement and would be based on if you were a tenant as defined in the relevant law. For example,...


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In journalism there is no legal binding solely to the phrase "off the record". This is more about journalistic moral integrity than it is about legal binding. Can this open the reporter up to a tort case? Sure, but it would be a difficult case to win, especially if the original person were quoted.


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In general, if a default judgement is issued then the case can be pursued by hiring bailiffs in the usual way. Bailiffs are used to people trying to evade payment and will know how to cope with it. See here for details. Registered mail is used as evidence that it didn't just get lost in the post. If the defendant claims not to have received it then you can ...


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