mixed jurisdiction

noun

  • The Practice of Law
  • Common law systems
  • Civil law systems

Definitions of mixed jurisdiction

  • a legal system that includes elements of different types of legal systems, such as one that combines elements of a civil law system with those of a common law system

    Modern Scotland is a mixed jurisdiction, with laws derived from both common law and civil law traditions.

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