Conflicts have been on the rise for a very long time emanating from the some of the important things in life regarding us human beings. For this reason, from the government and the constitution, laws have been put in place to govern things and handle such conflicts in case they occur. A number of these disputes arise from individuals who have conflicting interests on matters that the society holds in high esteem. Some of these factors include personal health, land and property ownership and family. For these reasons, there are different laws to handle the three important aspects of the human life which are personal injury law, family law, and real estate law. Here are comprehensive understandings on the three different laws and how and what they operate on.
Personal injury law is initiated by the government and involves legal payments or compensations for persons who have been injured or in an accident due to the negligence of another. This laws are set to action when a plaintiff submits an official and legal complaint against another individual, company, institution or organization, or even a business entity stating that the accused acted irresponsibly causing the injuries sustained or accident involved. When a plaintiff files a formal complaint to a civil court of law, they are looking to be well remedied for the damages caused to them by the defendant. The court does not always have to be involved where compensation is required as the plaintiff, and the defendant can come up with an agreement between themselves on how compensations are to be made and the final agreement signed and well documented.
Family law is instituted to handle conflicts where by family matters and domestic relations are involved. Family law deals with matters concerning marriage, adoption, divorce, surrogacy, paternity, child protection, child custody and juvenile law. All these are critical conflict instigators and require set out laws to deal with disputes arising. Legal cases against those who fall below the age set out by the government as the legal age fall under juvenile law which is also an aspect of the family law.
Thirdly there is the real estate law that is set out to govern who own a specific piece of land and the property on it and who uses what that is on the land and the land itself. Land and property disputes have been one of the many causes of disputes between people in the society. Especially in the case of where the deceased does not leave behind a signed and documented will or one that is not clear, the real estate law comes in handy to solve conflict between by determining who owns what and who uses what in the case of land and the property lying on it.