- Common law (disambiguation)
Common law may refer to:
- Common law, a major part of the law of those countries of the world with a history as British territories or colonies
- The Common Law a book by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
- Common-law marriage, a form of interpersonal status in which a man and a woman are legally married
- Jus commune, a Latin phrase meaning "Common law"
- Common law movement, a movement directly related to the Militia movement, an anti-government movement in the United States
- Equity, the name given to the set of legal principles, in countries following the English common law tradition
- Common Law, a 1996 ABC sitcom
- Common Law, a 2012 USA drama series
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