Lets talk about Statutory Law
Statutory Law: A body of law where it is created by a legislature.
When a legislature passes a statute it is included in the federal code of laws.
Statutory law includes local ordinances statues(laws, rules, or orders) passed by municipal or counties.
Ordinances mainly have to do with city or county land use, building safety codes and other mattersthat effect the local governing unit.
A federal statue applies to all states, no federal statue or state statue may violate the U.S. Constitution.
Uniform laws are model laws created by the NCCUSL for states to consider adopting.
Over 200 uniform acts have been issued since it's creation.
The most important uniform acts is Uniform Commercial Code(UCC) which was created in joint with the NCCUSL and the American Law Institute. It provides a uniform/flexible set of rules governing commercial transactions.
Unlike common law which is subject to interpretation in its application by the court statutory laws are generally strictly construed by courts.
The courts are bound by its express terms and are not open to interpretation.
They may be overturned by a later legislative enactment or if they are found constitutional by a court of competent jurisdiction.
They are recorded in writing and are published.
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Statutory law helps how laws are created and enacted.
They follow our U.S. Constitution and never violates it.