Temporary Statue Law and Legal Definition
A temporary statute refers to a statute, the duration of which is limited at the time when it was enacted. It continues in force until the time of its limitation has expired, unless sooner repealed. Temporary statutes are adapted to peculiar situations.
The following is an example of a case law on temporary law;
A law that is not a law of a general and permanent nature, and which does not appear in the statutes in codified form can be called a temporary law. [Maynard v. Eaton Corp., 119 Ohio St. 3d 443 (Ohio 2008)].
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