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AUSTINS THEORY OF LEGAL SYSTEM
ELEMENTS OF A THEORY OF NORMS
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according to Kelsen act-situation apply assembly of notables Austin Austin's theory authority basic norm behave Bentham chain of validity chapter coercive sanctions command complete concept conferring legislative powers constitutive laws courts created creation criterion of identity criterion of membership critical reactions D-laws definition delegated legislation delict described determine discussed distinguished doctrine enacted entails explained fact habitually obeyed Hart important imposing duties individuation of laws internal relations juristic persons justified Kelsen's theory law-applying organs legal material legal norms legal system exists Limits M-law means momentary legal system momentary system norm-creating normative statements normative systems O-norms P-laws performance person positive law prescribed presupposed primary organs principles of individuation problem prohibition recognized regarded relevant repealing rule of recognition S-laws sect social sovereign sovereignty standard reason stipulating structure of legal supreme legislator theory of legal thesis tion tree diagram types violation