1. Early English law. 2. Longestablished
rules based on English law, still
followed in many states. 3. Case law.

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
common law (noun)
the body of law developed in England primarily from judicial decisions based on custom and precedent, unwritten in statute or code, and constituting the basis of the English legal system and of the system in all of the United States except Louisiana
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