Which statement about the medieval English concept of common law is correct?
Judges made their rulings based on previous, similar cases.
Each town or manor established its own set of laws.
Monks presided over courts administered by the Catholic Church.
Local lords passed judgment on common people.
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Hm, not too sure on this.
What do you think?
Hm, it does kinda make sense. It was a...."lawless" age, so making your own laws sounds about right.
It's either that or C, they were quite religious then, more so than even now.