The laws are self-created and self-executed with the passage of time and according to change in the society.

1.       The laws are self-created and self-executed with the passage of time and according to change in the society. It is not the deliberate creation of the law makers but it is the result of the slow development of society with societal change. The function of the state is not to create law but it is the responsibility of state to implementation of law. No legislative authority cannot make the laws but laws are self-made according to social needs and attitudes of people. These are the concepts of historical school of thought about the law making which considered laws are self made.