A person obeys the law, does all is commanded by law.
Which is the correct verb to express that?

-to obey the law?
-to fulfil the law?
-to perform the law?
-to .......?

Thank you.
obey the law is correct
Fulfil is a translation from Spanish 'cumplir' so don't use it.
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abide by the law.
it seems to me that i have heard "conform to (the letter of) the law", but this sounds like legalese to me, and not common speech. it also seems more appropriate to abstract ideas, rather than to people
A law abiding citizen, I believe.
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