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Common law

Common law is the body of law arising out of judicial decisions, some of which can be traced back to early England.


Common law is a body of law based on records of early English court decisions settling disputes that involve people and property.


Common law is the body of law created by judges through their court decisions; such decisions establish precedents that later are used in similar cases.

 

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