This article tackles the legislative rule, at the introduction we gave the meaning of legislative rule according of Scholars of Jurisprudence and Foundations of Jurisprudence, what are the differences between both, then the article was divided into Two Chapters. In Ch. 1, we talked about the firmness of the legislative rule, it includes Two sections, in sec. 1 we discussed the whole firmness of legislative rule, which means the continuous evidence and argument of it in all times and conditions. In sec. 2, we discussed the comparative firmness, which means that legislative rule which is produced from supposed evidence can be regarded as legislative and obligatory argument.

In Ch. Two, it talks about the change of legislative rule, i.e. to stop applying this rule because there is no object (manat), if such objects returned then the rule returns as it was. This chapter also consists of Two sections, the first one about the change of rule according to its reason or aim. The other section talked about the change of rules according to their interests, they are related to each other, i.e. if the interest remain then the rule is still applied, and if it is changed then the rule is changed, and then we wait another rule according to the new interest

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