The Jewish Legal System: Business Law: The Laws of the Country:
Must a Jew obey his country's laws?
The Rabbis recognize a country's laws as binding on Jews who live in
that country (see e.g., Talmud Gitin 10b), provided they are reasonable laws -- not "evil" or unjust. The authority of a country's government is recognized, provided it conducts itself rationally and justly. Establishing a system of laws and a judicial system is one of the seven Noahide Commandments.
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