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    Post legal english

    Id like to ask why we use to not only as in this sentence: the common law referred to as judge-made law
    Thanks in advance

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    Re: legal english

    referred to is a set phrase. It means, called, named.

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    Re: legal english

    referred to is a set phrase. It means, previously mentioned, or called as in named, termed.

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