This is an interesting little story from U.S. history, which I believe is demonstrative of issues that could happen. The state of Georgia had a small Constitutional crisis, with two different persons claiming to be the rightful Governor of the state (actually three!). It started in 1947 when the man who was elected governor died before he was officially sworn in. The Constitution of the state did not clearly define what should happen in a situation like that. 1947 Georgia Three Governors Crisis - YouTube, The History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembered, July 6, 2022 The legislature ended up siding with one of the candidates, but the state's Supreme Court said the previous governor should continue to remain governor. Even though the Legislature makes the laws, theoretically the law in the Constitution trumps the decision of the legislature. The video does not address this, but some hypothetical questions to think about: What if the state Supreme Court decision had been wrong, and was not accepted? The legislature had already decided one of the two candidates should be governor, but the Supreme Court came back with a different answer. One candidate was the previous governor, while the other had a small army of supporters who had stormed the capitol intent on installing their favored candidate as governor, after he was granted a mandate by decision of the legislature. The state Treasurer was refusing to hand over control of the state finances to either candidate until the matter was resolved.