There are countless benefits in living as society for us as humanbeings. When living such, we have many relationships with other people.

Our relations with one another in society are governed by many rules. These rules are moral, customary, social convention, religious and legal rules. We obey these rules for different reasons.

When we do not obey these rules other than legal ones, others may treat us differently and we may feel discomfort within ourselves. The government is not concerned in disobedience of them.

But when we do not obey legal rules, for example if we cause physical harm or moral damage to anybody, we may find ourselves before a court with the request of punishment or compensation. Legal rules differ from others by having sanctions.

"Law" is a set of rules that guides our conduct in society. It is a system of rules that govern a society with the intention of maintaining social order, upholding justice and preventing harm to individuals and property. These rules are considered so important that they are enforced by the government.

The most serious breaches of rules of society are named "crimes". People who commit crimes may be arrested, prosecuted and punished by the officials (judges) assigned for this purpose.

Disagreements among people and some kind of misconduct toward others are not considered so threatening as crimes. These disputes are called as "civil lawsuits" and resolved in civil courts.

Even government bodies have to obey law such as individuals do. When they do not obey, their activities against the law are brought before an administrative or the constitutional court by the injured parties.

"Law" is of great deal of attention for community. Because it is used in courts to deal with crimes or resolve legal disputes.

So "Law" is so significant that it regulates almost every aspect of our daily lives.