Sections: A section refers to a discrete portion or provision of a legal code or a set of laws, establishing a particular legal requirement. For example- Section 5 of the Indian Contract Act. A section is the numbered subdivisions in legal codes, statutes, and textbooks.
Articles: When any fundamentally critical document is framed or drafted which could be a grundnorm of that system at the political, national, or international level, then, for the most part, it's separated from the customary municipal laws by relating its provisos as articles instead of sections. For example - the United Nations Charter, International Conventions, Constitution of a country, and so on, from where different laws or rules originate. Otherwise, municipal laws normally contain sections.
Orders: Every direction or mandate of a judge or a court, that is not a judgment or a legal opinion directing that something is to be done or that, there is a prohibition against some act. This can range from an order that a case will be tried on a certain date, to, an order that a convicted defendant be executed at the state prison.
Rules: A Rule is a subsidiary enactment that helps in governing law. They're secondary in nature, meaning thereby that they don’t have an independent existence of their own. They're made to make the parent Act function. The rules provide for the details that haven't been provided for in the Act, however, Rules by no means can transcend the facility conferred by the Act, or extend the same.
Act: An act is a bill that has passed through the various legislative steps required for it and which has become law. An act is the formally codified results of deliberation by a legislative body.
Statute: The statute is initiated when a bill presents on the assembly by the member of the assembly or at the time when it's proposed by them. If the bill is passed by the two houses of parliament or the state assembly and it is accepted when it is approved by the president in a center or the governor in the state. The time when the bill becomes law there are numerous provisions in the bill, then it is called the statute. The word statute has the meaning or it represents the changing of the status of the bill to law.
Code: a set of written laws gathered together, usually covering the particular subject matter. Thus, a state may have a civil code, corporation’s code, education code, evidence code, health and safety codes, insurance code, labor code, motor vehicle code, penal code, revenue and taxation code, etc. Federal statutes which deal with legal matters are grouped together in codes. There are statutes that aren't codified. Despite their apparent permanence, codes are constantly being amended by legislative bodies. Some codes are administrative and have the force of law although they were created and adopted by regulatory agencies and aren't actually statutes or laws.