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Law of the Land

The designation of general public laws that are equally binding on all members of the community.

The law of the land, embodied in the U.S. Constitution as DUE PROCESS OF LAW, includes all legal and equitable rules defining HUMAN RIGHTS and duties and providing for their protection and enforcement, both between the state and its citizens and between citizens.

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