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lex non scripta

[ leks-non -skrip-tuh, nohn ]
/ ˈlɛks nɒn ˈskrɪp tə, noʊn /
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noun Law.
unwritten law; common law.
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Origin of lex non scripta

From Latin lēx nōn scrīpta
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British Dictionary definitions for lex non scripta

lex non scripta
/ (nɒn ˈskrɪptə) /

noun
the unwritten law; common law

Word Origin for lex non scripta

from Latin
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