What is STATUTABLE, or STATUTORY,?

is that which is introduced or governed by stat ute law, as opposed to the common law or equity. Thus, a court is said to have stat- utory jurisdiction when jurisdiction is given to it in certain matters by act of the legisla- ture.

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