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- adj. Over and above that covered by statute
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Pepper v Hart, as the case has come to be known, is regarded as a landmark in that it overturned a principle of at least 300 years' standing that judges should not refer to "extra-statutory" sources when interpreting the law.
Court enforcement of extra-statutory norms also permitted the Athenians to enforce a variety of social norms while maintaining the fictions of voluntary devotion to military and public service and of limited state interference in private conduct.
If HMRC failed to do this, taxpayers can ask for an "extra-statutory concession", also known as an ESC A19.
Chawla was also found to have exercised 'extra-statutory control in jail matters', including 'the treatment of detenues'.