Apply this rule also to such customary laws that were later homologated as statute law (e.g., many French coutumes were homologated in the sixteenth century).

To minimize confusion between non-statutory coutumes (for which the main entry heading is formulated according to rule 21.31C1) and coutumes that became in effect statute law, add a note regarding the date the particular coutume was decreed, provided this information is readily available and does not already appear in another part of the bibliographic record.

Since the homologated compilations were decreed as single entities, the use of a uniform title "Laws, etc." is inappropriate.

21.31B1. Laws governing one jurisdiction

See also:

21.31. Laws, Etc.