People themselves as law-makers through the formation of their traditions, habits, and customs and people reject which violate the norms, values, and beliefs.

1.       People themselves as law-makers through the formation of their traditions, habits, and customs and people reject which violate the norms, values, and beliefs. Its sanction is not the coercive authority of the state, which try to make order of society maintained. People obey law as a matter of habit and traditions because of their inner satisfaction. Acceptance has, therefore always been the theory and fact of law because laws are only possible when made according to traditional beliefs. No rule of law was ever successful or even endured unless it received practical general acceptance of habits and norms which has a great history.