I am sorry, but this section is misleading, the common law is the law of the land, for example in England, if you kill someone whom the authorities are still pursuing under the common law, are you charged with “illegal” murder, who has ever heard of a murder case in which the accused has been charged with “illegal” murder? The fact is either that you are trying to pull the wool on the eyes of the “sheep”, or it is the fact that whoever wrote this misinformation has no idea about the subject, legal/illegal, company rules is NOT LAW, legitimately illegal the cause is not evil does not go to dishonor, that`s it! Everything that is “illegal” has been created for society, “society of law”, that is, it is corporate, it was created to steal your money, it would take a man or woman 400 years to read every law/act/bill that the company has created, which is your “legal/illegal” oh, and its contract, common law “legal /illegal” is common sense by the age it is past the habit and if you do not do wrong. The difference between “illegal” and “illegal” is not large and they are often used interchangeably. It is important to understand when the right term should be used correctly. Keep in mind that something that is “illegal” is strictly prohibited, while something illegal is contrary to what is allowed. For example, someone may say that a fork on a highway is not illegal because there is no traffic regulation or a sign to explicitly say that it should not be done. However, because you can only operate in a designated area for safety reasons, turning in an unidentified area makes this illegal or contrary to the Road Safety Act. An illegal act and an illegal act can lead to a sanction, for example. B to a fine. It is therefore preferable to avoid both illegal and illegal behaviour. (d) There is no difference between the illegal agreement and the illegal agreement. Something that is “illegal” is, however, contrary to current legislation, without any specific law promulgated by a legislative authority to condemn it. This is a broad category, because there are countless illegalities. No one has ever been able to sit down and put in place a specific law against any possibility of wrongdoing.
Things that are considered illegal are generally not morally correct or conventional. For example: putting shards of glass on a sidewalk in front of your house is illegal because it is dangerous. There is no particular law that you are violating, but you are going to be in trouble because it poses a threat to public safety that needs to be protected.