Meaning of COMMON LAW in English

COMMON LAW

A judge-made law that originated in England from the decisions shaped according to prevailing custom. Decisions were reapplied to similar situations and, thus, gradually became common to the nation.

UNODC Money-Laundering terms English dictionary.      Английский словарь терминов управления ООН по отмыванию денег, преступности и наркотикам.