Britain had passed the Navigation Act, we can only trade with Britain and her colonies.
Wait.. the laws were not enforced.
The Quartering Act
Find me somewhere to sleep right now! and i need clothing.
In the morning I will like pancakes an eggs with nilk.
The Stamp Act
Do your playing cards have stamps on them?
Yesirr... I heard about the Stamp Act
In the 1600's Britain had passed the Navigation Acts which were a series of laws that required the colonist to trade only with Britain and other colonies. But they violated the laws because the government did not strictly enforce them.
The Sugar Act
Did you hear the judges received five percent of the seized cargo if it was a guilty verdict?
Another law suspended the colonial assembly, and a revised Quartering Act allowed British soldiers to be housed in privately owned buildings around the city.
The Declaratory Act
We have to repeal the Stamp Act!
This law required that a stamp be purchased for all printed materials, including court documents, licenses, shipping papers, wills, contracts, newspaper, letters, and even playing cards.
The Tea Act
Was a law that attempted to curb the smuggling of sugar and molasses in the colonies by reducing the previous tax rate and enforcing the collection of duties.
Because of protest, Parliament decided to repeal the Stamp Act. It did not want colonists to think the British government would just give in to protests so they passed the Declaratory Act.
This is not a tax, as tea had already been taxed. The Tea Act allowed one British company to rule the tea trade.