Regulatory law: It is also termed as Administrative law. Statutory law, the legislative statute is a legal system that is settled by the legislative branch of the government.
Criminal law: Deals with the violations of government laws. Religious law is a legal system based on religious principles. E.g., Islam, Hindu, and Christian laws. Common Criminal Code offences include:
- Impaired driving
- Break and enter
In many countries, a criminal act is legally seen as an offence against the state.
Civil law: Deals with disputes between private parties or or negligent acts that cause harm to others and deals with the filed by private parties.
Common civil suits include disputes about:
- The terms of a contract
- Damage or injuries
Civil laws are a legal system based on codified law and are opposed to common law.
So Read more. What Is the Difference Between Criminal Law and Civil Law
5- Privacy laws : These Laws deal with protecting and preserving the rights of individual’s privacy.