Contract Law is one of the branches of this law. The Law of Obligations and Contracts deals with the obligations, rights and duties concerning with agreements and contracts.
Public law is a set of discipline empowering by public bodies which include government departments, local authorities and many more. We can say that this law deals with the state. Examples of this law are these two: tax law and criminal law.
Assault, fraud, murder and theft are just four of the examples of crimes. I have read news published on April 5, 2010 by someone not mentioned. He gave an example of a crime happened during the 19th century which was a test of necessity. The Mignonette sank and the three crew members and Richard Parker, a young cabin boy were trapped in a raft. The young cabin boy was closed to death. Due to hunger, the crew killed and ate the poor young boy. The crew survived and were rescued but put on trial for murder. They argued that it was necessary to kill the sick young cabin boy for them to survive. The crew members were sentence to death but many complained that it was just right to preserve their lives. At first they were sentenced to hang but many people are in favor of them. Those people agreed that it is right to preserve lives though it means killing one. In the end, they were only sentenced to six months to jail.
It was right to save lives, but saving lives doesn’t mean killing one. It was so sad to think that the crew members agreed to kill the 17 year old cabin boy and ate his flesh just to survive from hunger. They did not even think of other ways on how to survive on this situation. Maybe they thought that this child will just soon die so they decided to kill him. They did not even think that this child may survive from the sickness. It did not come to their minds that it would be happier if all of them will survive with the help of each other. Instead of killing him, they must suppose to offer some comfort to the child. They