Civil law matters are legal matters that have significant impact on an individual’s rights or liberties.
Examples include, but are not limited to: The constitution, laws, constitutions, and treaties.
The law and customs of the United States.
Domestic and foreign policies, foreign relations, and international relations.
Government practices, regulations, and procedures.
The legal system, courts, and government agencies.
Other related legal matters, including but not limited: The law of property and contracts, contracts, and deeds, the law of contracts and deeds of trust, and the law governing public and private contracts.
Civil law subjects include, among others, the following: Civil cases, civil lawsuits, civil proceedings, criminal matters, civil liabilities, criminal offenses, property claims, contracts and contracts and the courts.
Civil lawsuits are cases where an individual is sued or has been sued for a violation of a civil or criminal law, including for the acts or omissions of others.
Civil liability is the claim or cause of action for damages arising from a violation or omission of a legal duty.
Criminal offenses are criminal acts that violate federal, state, local, or international criminal law.
Criminal liability for a crime is a civil liability.
Civil claims, civil suits, civil claims, and civil suits are claims or causes of action that seek monetary relief from a party in a civil proceeding.
Civil actions are civil actions in which an individual has a claim for a monetary or other benefit arising from conduct in a legal proceeding, including the exercise of a right, privilege, or right of privacy.
The United States Constitution requires the courts to be neutral on any matter of law involving the constitutionality of a federal, State, or local law or regulation.
Civil cases and civil actions may also be brought against individuals or entities, such as public authorities or government entities.
Civil rights include, and are not confined to, civil liability for violations of the civil rights laws.
A civil rights violation occurs when a governmental entity is found to have violated a civil rights law, regardless of whether the violation is intentional or not.
For example, a law requiring the posting of signs prohibiting the wearing of long hair is an intentional violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Civil Rights Act).
Other examples include a law prohibiting discrimination in employment based on race, color, religion, sex, age, or national origin, or a law that criminalizes consensual sexual conduct with a child or a conviction of domestic violence against a spouse or former spouse.
Civil judgments and other civil judgments are judgments, orders, or other legal acts or legal processes that have legal consequences for a person or entity.
The purpose of civil judgments and orders is to protect persons, property, and interests against harms resulting from violations of a law.
In addition, the purpose of other civil law subject matters is to provide legal relief to persons, organizations, or persons in private or public business, to protect property, or to protect a public interest.
Civil and criminal law subject matter includes, among other things,: Civil matters involving domestic violence and sexual assault; domestic violence; child custody; child support; child protective services; civil actions and suits arising out of violations of criminal statutes; and other types of civil matters.
Civil subject matters include, amongst other things: Civil rights violations arising out and relating to the enforcement of the laws relating to civil rights; civil rights claims against individuals and entities; criminal matters; civil liability; civil litigation; and civil proceedings involving a person.
Civil liabilities include, in addition, claims for damages for personal injuries resulting from a civil matter; damages to a person’s reputation, including a person who has been injured by a public official; damages for a personal injury caused by an act of an official in the discharge of his or her official duties; damages from a criminal matter; and claims for restitution or compensation.
Civil suits and civil lawsuits may also include, within their scope, claims or actions for relief from other civil matters or from a person, an entity, or governmental agency.
A person who is subject to a civil action, or the estate of a person subject to an action, is entitled to compensation in the amount of the damages sustained.
A property or interest held by a person is entitled under the law to receive an award of interest on any future payments of money or other thing due the person or his or his estate.
Other civil law cases include, for example, actions against the U.S. Postal Service for the mishandling of mail by employees.
Civil matters relating to police officers are civil matters where an officer or employee is charged with violating a law or a regulation of a government agency, including, but not necessarily limited to, a state or local ordinance, a municipal ordinance, or an ordinance issued by the federal government.
The U.N. Charter prohibits the use of the term “civil law” in the English language to refer to international or domestic law.
Article 6 of the Charter defines a civil law matter as