Bad law

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Bad law, or a bad law, or bad laws may refer to:

  • A law that is oppressive
  • A law that causes injustice
  • Dumb laws, those laws which are particularly bizarre
  • A proposition of law that is erroneous; an attempted statement of the law that is inaccurate; non-law

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  1. ^ Hanford v Artcher (1842) 4 Hill 271 at 324
  2. ^ "Bad Law" (1913) 19 Case and Comment 600 Google Books
  3. ^ Nairobi Law Monthly 1991 Google Books