Learned-treatise definition

Book or treatise regarded as authoritative, generally of long-accepted value within a profession or field of study.
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(law): A text that is sufficiently well received in its field that it may overcome a hearsay objection and be admitted into evidence in a court of law.
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Noun

Singular:
learned-treatise
Plural:
learned-treatises