Functions of Goverment

-constitute the bonds of society. Constituent functions consist of  fixing of legal relations between husband  and wife, parents and children; keeping of  order and providing protection from  violence; regulation of the holding,  transmission and interchange of property;determination of liabilities for debt or crime;determination of contractual rights between individuals; definition and punishment of  crimes, administration of justice in civil  cases; administration of political duties,  privileges, and relations of citizens, and  dealings of the state with foreign powers,  preservation of state from external dangers,  and the advancement of international interests.
-are those taken to advance the general interests of society— such as public works, public charity, regulation of trade and industry.