Citasion, Mark Christian Dave MUNICIPAL LAW Municipal law is imposed and issued by a political superior with authority. Municipal law governs the domestic aspects and deals with issues between its constituents. Municipal law is a Law of Sovereign subjected towards individuals. Violations of municipal law are addressed through local and judicial process. Municipal law are set of rules and regulations that are bound to follow by the people to attain and sustain peace and order. SIMILARITY They share similar objective because both international and municipal laws set an obligation on countries or states. Municipal law and International law both affect each other as stated in the theory of coordination. Based on the theory of incorporation, some municipal law adopts or amends a certain law relative to the international law. Similarly, international law nitpicks a certain municipal law relative to its principles and objective. Both international law and municipal law requires enactment by a or the legislative body. According to the monism theory, law is a unified branch of knowledge, no matter, whether it applies on person or other entities. Therefore, they are similar in nature. INTERNATIONAL LAW International law is not imposed by a specific government, rather it is adopted by states as a common rule of action. International law, however, does not focus on the scale of individuals but with the relations between states International law is a Law of Nations, not above, but between states. As for international law, it is resolved through state-tostate transaction like negotiations and arbitrations. International law is applied to the relations inter se of countries and organizations of international society.