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Laws that are concerned with the duties that exist between persons or between citizens and their governments, excluding the duty not to commit crimes, and generally a private party sues another private party are called _________________ laws.
Laws that are concerned with the duties that exist between persons or between citizens and their governments, excluding the duty not to commit crimes, and generally a private party sues another private party are called CIVIL laws.
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Laws that are concerned with the duties that exist between persons or between citizens and their governments, excluding the duty not to commit crimes, and generally a private party sues another private party are called CIVIL laws.
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