When are statutes useful in common law
Submitted by M. R. Hamilton on
As many of you now know, there are no statutes in common law, which is why government does not prefer common law. It makes it much more difficult to control people. Free people live under common law. They are sovereigns and cannot be told what to do by anyone. They are not held accountable for anything they do until such time as they injure another.
But there are times when statutes can be used in a sovereign plaintiffs court of record.
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