Matter of law

Matter of law,

Definition of Matter of law:

  1. The part of a judicial inquiry concerned with the interpretation of the law.

  2. Basis of inquiry into the applicable law.

How to use Matter of law in a sentence?

  1. One reason is if the judge concludes, as a matter of law, that the defendant owed no duty to the plaintiff.

Meaning of Matter of law & Matter of law Definition