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the body of laws created by legislative statutes

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01("The common and statute laws of England which are of a general and not a local nature, with the exception hereinafter mentioned, down to the fourth of July, 1776, are declared to be of force in this state; provided the said statutes and common law be not inconsistent with the Constitution and laws of the United States and the acts of the legislature of this state.
32) The Virginia reception provision thus dictated the common and statute law that would supply the "rule of decision" for state courts in much the same way that the federal "rules of decision" statute dictated the application of the common and statute laws of each state for federal courts, in cases where they applied.
When it comes to religion in the schools in Canada and the notion of mixing sharia law--a fundamentally religious law--with Canadian common law traditions and statute laws, I do find there are always questions of balance, which the authors of the articles on these subjects explore fully.
However, he said the Bill planned by the Government 'removes almost all the protections that our common and statute laws have built up over the years,' in the case of certain countries.
In addition to his treatise on slave law, Cobb published The Supreme Court Manual (1849), A Digest of the Statute Laws of the State of Georgia (1851), fifteen volumes of Georgia Supreme Court decisions, and, most importantly, The Code of the State of Georgia (1861).
In the autumn of 1829, the territory (1) of Florida adopted the general common and statute laws of England existing on July 4, 1776, as its own.
Time and again, they have repudiated not only the natural and divine law, but also the common law, the statute laws and the Constitution of Canada as originally understood.