Statutory law and judge-made law are both attributable to the state. There are two different ways of state’s power forming the law (Herget, Wade, and Bülow 74, 6, 83): ius, the court-made law, and lex (plural legis), ie the law enacted by a legislator or a lawgiver (Lewis and Short 1047). Statutory law, which is a source of positive law (theory of positive law), does not contradict with whatever view one has on natural law (natural law theories and constitutionalism).
Keywords: #Statutory_Law; #Comparative_Constitutional_Law; #Constitutionalism; #constitutions.
Khalil, Asem. Statutory Law. In: The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press. June 2019.
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