Legal English has traditionally been the preserve of lawyers from English-speaking countries (especially the U.S., the UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Kenya, and South Africa) which have shared common law traditions.
At the present time legal English is the customary language used by lawyers in different jurisdictions where English use. It includes distinctive words, meanings, phrases, and modes of expression.
It matters that the currently using legal languages are derived from French, Latin, and Old English etc. That is why the words used in a legal document it should not interpret other meaning so exactly the same accurate words are used in documents.
In general, a legal English is a formalized language based on logic rules which differs from the ordinary natural language in vocabulary, morphology, syntax, and semantics, as well as other linguistic features.
The modern legal English course includes current legal theoretical and practical issues in the field of business jurisprudence.
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