Public law

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Public law is a branch of law about the relations of individuals with the government and the organization and conduct of the government itself.

In public law there is:

a. Constitutional law: basic law of the state.

b. Administrative law: fixes the powers and duties of the state.

c. Criminal law: the state says what penalties there are for crimes committed by individuals or businesses.

The other kind of law is private law.