What is Trite Law?
Some judges use the expression "trite law" to denote a principle that is so basic or fundamental that they don't need to explain the line of authority -- any lawyer or student with any knowledge should know it.
E.g. "It is trite law that radical title to land rests with the crown", or "It is trite law that those in relationships uberrimae fidae owe a duty of care..."
That limits the number of trite you may shoot per day
tort law. see ref below.
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