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1 The law of any particular state, now usually called municipal law.2 Roman law.3 A legal system based on Roman law, as distinct from the English system of common law.4 Private law, as opposed to ...
(of law)The view, associated with Blackstone and grounded in legal positivism, that judges do not make the common law, but merely find, declare and apply it. See legal formalism.[...]
Are found in the Greek world from the late 6th cent. bc. The term is used of those organizations in which the separate city‐states (see polis) of a geographical and ethnic region were combined to ...
[Latin: civil law]1 Municipal law.2 The whole body of Roman law.
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Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law (3 ed.)
The law applying within States, as opposed to international law, the law applying between States and other subjects of international
This term is infrequently used to denote the law of a particular State, the more common term being municipal law (or domestic law).