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I can not understand the main differences between common law and equity law from your lectures, could you please explain their main differences in simple words till I should be able to overcome the topics and get the main differences. (English Law Variant)
So common law is law made by judges and applies to everyone i.e 1 law for all i.e. it is common to everyone.
Equity laws do not apply to everyone. They apply on a case by case basis.
Does this help?