Wikidata:Property proposal/general law
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|Description||law that applied in relatively broader scope|
|Domain||sources of law (Q846882)|
|Allowed values||instance of act (Q820655)|
|Example 1||Commercial Act of South Korea (Q15213202) → Civil Code of the Republic of Korea (Q5124449)|
|Example 2||Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes Act (Q73442024) → Commercial Act of South Korea (Q15213202)|
|Example 3||Juvenile Court Act (Q1711300) → Strafgesetzbuch (Q674827), Code of Criminal Procedure (Q897021)|
|Example 4||Code of Administrative Court Procedure (Q2520498) → Civil procedure code of Germany (Q206893)|
Laws can be ordered in general-specific relation. Specific law applies first, and then general law applies where there is no related provision in the specific law.
- Comment Isn't part of (P361) sufficient? ArthurPSmith (talk) 19:31, 4 November 2019 (UTC)
- Relation covered by the property I proposed is near to relation of general principles and exceptions, rather than whole-part. That means, if there is a relevant provision in a specific law, the provision in the specific law applies directly and provisions in general laws are excluded in application. Conversely, if there is no relevant provision in the specific law, provisions in general laws are applied mutatis mutandis. That's why part of (P361) is not applicable. – Kwj2772 (talk) 00:49, 5 November 2019 (UTC)
- Oppose Please use charter URL (P6378). Nomen ad hoc (talk) 11:13, 5 November 2019 (UTC).
- What prior arts exists for modeling this relationship? ChristianKl ❪✉❫ 12:04, 13 November 2019 (UTC)