codifying statute

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A statute that sets out the whole of the existing law (i.e. both statute law and common law) on a particular subject. Such statutes are extremely rare; an example is the Law of Property Act 1925. Compare consolidating statute. See also feature Rules and Principles of Statutory Interpretation.

Subjects: Law.

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