LAW IN BOOKS
law in books. The legal rules to be found in texts; esp., sterile, oft-repeated rules that seem to depart from the way in which the law actually operates in the day-to-day workings of the legal system. ¡ª Sometimes written law-in-books. Cf. LAW IN ACTION.
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