A statute is a law, a written law that is enacted by the state or federal legislature. A statute can do one of several things. Often, it forbids a certain acts (for example, killing endangered species) or directs a certain act (for example, paying taxes). But sometimes it can simply be a directive or set out government agencies or procedures (such as the Social Security Act).
Now while all statutes are laws, not all laws are statutes. The United States Constitution is the law of the land, and it isn’t a statute. Some areas of law are called “common law,” and this isn’t a statute either. Common law is generally not written up in legal codes because it is jurisprudence, based on decisions of other courts on the same issue.
How Statutes Are Made
A statute starts life as an idea that is created into a bill. If a legislator likes the idea, she will sponsor the bill and introduce it. The bill is usually assigned to a legislative committee and must pass out of the committee to be voted on by the entire chamber. If the bill is approved by both houses of the legislature, it becomes law and is signed by the governor, for state law, or the president for federal law.
Once the bill becomes law, the various provisions in the bill are called statutes. “Statute” means that the law resulted from a bill in the legislature. All statutes, federal as well as state, are grouped into codes by subject matter. For example, a new probate law enacted in California will be placed in the California Probate Code. All federal and state codes are published in books. You can find them at law libraries.
How Checks and Balances Affect Laws
Members of Congress have the power to create new laws. The fact that they are elected by the public is what makes a country a representative democracy. If you are trying to find out which law applies in a case, consult statutes first, together with the state and federal constitutions.
However, the United States government is based on a system of checks and balances between the legislative, executive and judicial branches. Each of these influences laws. The executive branch has some lawmaking authority, while the court system reviews statutes to determine whether they are valid under the state and federal constitutions. When a court finds a statute unconstitutional, it in effect creates a law that is applicable to the general public.
3.1 What is Statute?
A status is a formal written enactment of a legislative authority that governs a state, city or country statutes command or prohibit something or declare policy. A statute is a law or regulation.
3.1.1 What is Provision?
The act of providing or making previous preparation.
Definition a clause in a law or contract stating that a condition must be met.
3.1.2 What is Statutory Provision?
Statutory provision means: “a provision, whether of a general or a special nature, contained in, or in any document made or issued under, any Act whether of a general or a special nature”
A statutory provision is a clause in a statute that provides for a specific matter, according to the on line legal Dictionary.
Statutory provision is a law.
Statutory provision are part of laws in order to difine statutory provisions, it is first necessary to understand Statutes. A statute is a piece of legislation enacted by the legislature, as opposed to laws that were created by court cases or execute orders. An example of a statute is Articles 1191-1194 of the texas state penal code, which made abortions illegal and came under scrutiny in Roe v wade in 1973 statutory provision, according to translegal legal dictionary, is a “Clause in a statute providing for a particular manner”.
Statutory law or statute law is written law (as opposed to oral or customary law) set down by legislature (as opposed to regulatory law promulgated by the executive branch or common law of the judiciary in a typical democracy/republic) or by a legislator (in the case of an absolute monarchy).
“It is the amount of time that must pass for something to expire such as if someone commits a crime there is a limited amount of time in which they must be prosecuted for the crime or the statutory provision for the ability to prosecute will expire.”
Statutory Enacted by a statute, depending on a statute for its authority, as a statutory provision.
3.2 What is Environment:-
The circumstances, objects, or conditions by which one is surrounded
The complex of physical, chemical, and biotic factors (as climate, soil, and living things) that act upon or organism or an ecological community and ultimately determine its form and survival.
The aggregate of social and cultural conditions that influence the life of an individual or community.
The position or characteristic position of a linguistic element in a sequence. A Computer interface from which various tasks can be performed (a programming environment examples. He grew up in a being environment
Synonyms: ambient, atmosphere, climate, clime, context, contexture, environs, medium, milieu, mise-en-scene, setting, surround, surroundings, terrain
“Environment is surrounding atmosphere/condition for existence” “Environment is an essential natural process or an outcome of occurrence” Environment is of two types, one is negative, one is negative and the other is positive”
Environment is generator; creation of life from is because of environment. Sun/ moon/ Sea/ earth/ hot/ cold/ forests/elesert etc; They together made an environment that is fit for our existence.
There are two different environments one is positive and the other one is negative, life forms in both namely, pests, insects and others are cold blood have different conditions which suits them to survive that may not be suitable to us.
Our environment is our surrounding. This includes living and non living things around us. The non living components of environment are land, water, and air. The living components are germs, plants, animals and people.
The actual definition of environment is the influences and resources in a system. The environment is our surrounding, our house, our garden, town, shops, the hills, and rivers, the ocean, the air and soon.
Environment is set of external conditions, especially those which are affecting a particular activity that are influencing the life’s and activities of living things.
The environment is something we are very familiar with its everything that makes up our surrounding and affects our ability to live on the earth- The air we breathe, the water that covers most of the earths surface, the plants and animals around up and much more. The surroundings of, and influences on, a particular item of interest.
The natural world or ecosystem
The sum total of all surroundings of a living organism, including natural forces and other living things, which provide conditions for development and growth as well as of danger and damage.
The environment of a particular location is made UP of all the things and conditions found here. Non living things and conditions like mountains and valleys, rivers and streams, rocks and soils, sunlight and heat, rain and snow make up the physical part of the environment living thinks, like plants, animals fungi and bacteria make up the biological part of the environment.
The external conditions, resources, stimuli etc. with which an organism interacts.
The totality of the surrounding conditions and elements in an individual.