Private Law

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Private Law

Legislation having to do with relations between individuals without government intervention. Examples of private law include statutes and customs governing torts and contracts. Private law contrasts with public law, which has to do with relationships between individuals and their government.
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constitutional provisions in private law (95) and their opponents.
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application of the constitutional right to private law.
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by means of private law doctrines, such as the principle of public