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customary

1. Law
a. founded upon long continued practices and usage rather than law
b. (of land, esp a feudal estate) held by custom
2. 
a. a statement in writing of customary laws and practices
b. a body of such laws and customs
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Note that in order to understand the presented problem and the advocated approach, one must not restrict him self to national law but frequently shift to the territories of international and international sport law, which both have their specific doctrines and customaries.
Our major witnesses to the system, however, are the customaries of Bernard and of Ulrich, from the late eleventh century.
These customaries, which compile monastic legislation and reveal details about the customs at work in the cloister, often include information about the training of novices in the monastery's silent signs.
Nor does Cure Rex register in other early Elevatio customaries (all in the Visitatio Sepulchri, type I category), despite the appearance of certain Easter office antiphons; see my comments in "The Role of the Office Antiphon in Tenth-Century Liturgical Drama," Musica Disciplina 34 (1980): 5-27, and "Ambiguities in the Designation of Antiphons for the Tenth-Century Quem Quaeritis," Musica Disciplina 51 (1997): 103-26.
Not least of all, this period saw a renewed interest in matters of conduct and a concern to commit practices to writing which gave rise to a body of monastic customaries dealing with the organisation of the monastery and the daily life of the community.
Yearl, "Medieval Monastic Customaries on Minuti and Infirmi"; Anne Van Arsdall, "Challenging the 'Eye of Newt' Image of Medieval Medicine"; Rafael Hyacinthe, "De Domo Sancti Lazari Milites Leprosi: Knighthood and Leprosy in the Holy Land"; Piers D.
Lisa Jefferson investigates twelfth-century Latin texts of cannon law, thirteenth-century Latin texts of secular legists, like Beumanoir, Blanot, Durandus, Baldus's fourteenth century text feudal law, as well as thirteenth- and fourteenth-century customaries in relation to the thirteenth debate among legal writers and theologians about regulatory procedures allowing communities to manage the conflicts of interests resulting from the multiple use of oaths as well as about an individual's moral condition.