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casus omissus


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[Latin]

A circumstance not provided for by common law or statute; a gap in the law. Where such a gap exists in a statute, particularly one of a penal nature, it is not for the judge to bridge such a gap. Case: Fisher v Bell [1961] QB 394, 400 (Lord Parker CJ).

Subjects: Law.


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