Explain the difference between legal rights and moral rights; the difference between in rem and in personam rights; the difference between negative and positive rights.
I answered this question before seeing the price. This question requests more information than is justified by the price. However, I answered it.Legal right--a right that has been established by the government for its people or citizens; Moral right--a right that has been established by religious, philosophical, or ethical leaders. In rem--power a court may exercise over real or personal property; property jurisdiction; in personam--power a court may exercise over a person; personal jurisdiction; negative rights--the right to prevent power from interfering with certain rights: for example, freedom of the press means that the government will not interfere with the press; positive rights--a benefit that accrues to a person from the government usually: right to free public education; right to social security benefits.
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