Definitions for "Common law"
The body of law that has grown out of legal customs and practices that developed in England. Common law prevails unless superseded by other law.
The body of laws that comes from court decisions of the past rather than from written laws. Common law was built up over centuries and represents our legal tradition. It extends back into British history.
Also known as case law. The law created by judges when deciding individual disputes or cases.
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