Equity gave the people another way of accessing justice, with different remedies and bringing morality into the law. International laws started emerging though history.
Common law was the law administrates by the royal courts and such a more standardised set of rules based on customary law was gradually enforces throughout the whole of England and countries derived from England.
At the global level international laws are of great importance and the legal systems such as common law, civil law, customary law, and theocratic law exists in different countries across the world. Fundamentally, the law is formed through legislation, binding of precedents, decree and regulations.
For example, in one area you could get away with stealing, in another it would be seen as crime. William developed the legal system and introduced many rules. For example, in one area you could get away with stealing, in another it would be seen as crime. This essay will discuss the origin of law and examine the usefulness of equity law over common law, analyse weakness of common laws and distinguish in the way that these two jurisdictions operate Equity is not and was never intended to be a complete system of law.
Equity was not bound by the writ system and cases were heard in English instead of Latin.