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    non-legal / extra-legal

    Are they synonyms?
    ~ consequences of (some) behaviour, which is a better word?
    By the way, hyphenated or not?

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    Re: non-legal / extra-legal

    No - they are not synonyms.

    Do you have a context in which you want to use these words?

    There is also 'illicit'.

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