1. guideline. The biggest thing is that once a

are many similarities between a law and a statute, however, a statute can only
be made by federal or state. When it comes to a law it can be enforced by city,
county, state or federal. You always have to obey a law because they are meant
to protect us, and our rights. They are there to set boundaries, and if we fail
to obey the law then there will be consequences. However, you don’t not have to
obey statutes because you can withdrawal your consent of being governed by a
society. If you were to do that then you would lose benefits from that society
which might not be worth doing in some cases. Many people think of laws as
statutes, however, they are not because they do not protect us like a law they
are there to “control”. When it comes to regulations they are not laws but
however have the force of a law. They can be made by any governmental agencies
by city, state, or federal. They give public notice about regulations that are
in process by publishing them on a governmental journal. Regulations are viewed
as trying to dictate behavior and trying to prevent something bad from
happening. A standard is very different from the rest because it is very
consensus built, meaning that groups of people can come together to make a rule
or a guideline. The biggest thing is that once a standard is made then it is
very difficult to change them. So, I would compare this to be more a “rule” because
you “must” follow it, in order to be perceived acceptable. When thinking about
what a “rule” is I believe it to be something that you should follow and if you
don’t there can definitely be consequences although not all the time. At work,
there are always “rules’ you must follow however I believe they like to use a
more sophisticated term as standards that I must follow. Whether which term you
choose to use, rule or standard, I believe that would have equal repercussions.