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Pseudolegalism

From Kook Science

Pseudolegalism as a catch-all may refer to any number of theories and practices that outwardly appear to have a basis, and which claim to be based, in the substance and conventional legal protocols and the accepted laws of a given jurisdiction, often mimicking (or attempting to mimic) the particular language of the courts and codes of law under force, but which have neither acceptance nor standing among the legal practitioners and institutions of said jurisdiction, either having been dismissed as frivolous, meaningless, or inconsequential, or ruled against outright by the courts.

Pages in category "Pseudolegalism"

The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total.