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U.S. Law is based on the Constitution. Congress passes legislation
which becomes statutory law. The executive branch makes rules and
regulations to comply with the statutory law, which becomes
administrative law. The judiciary settles disputes by interpreting the
law, which becomes case law.
The Constitution and the statutory,
administrative and case law together make up the body of United States