Oh, yes. The 7 laws of Noah are, in my opinion, the basic laws that were used for non-Jews in the land of Israel, at least during a later time.
Orthodox Judaism and sometimes Conservative Judaism also understand them to be the laws for all non-Jews. No form of Judaism expects non-Jews to be Jews and the traditional explanation is that non-Jews are only required to follow these laws, which were given to Noah and followed by him and other righteous people who were not Jewish. And they are only judged by these. Some religions are considered as following the Noahide laws. The laws are:
Do not murder.
Do not steal.
Do not worship false gods.
Do not be sexually immoral.
Do not eat the limb of an animal before it is killed.
Do not curse God.
Set up courts and bring offenders to justice.
That is taken from:
which is an Orthodox site.