An example of lexis is what a dictionary tries to contain.
In this broadsheet newspaper, the reporter uses a complicated and formal lexis which I find hard to understand sometimes.
Lexis (1902); A.
by Conrad and Lexis, s.vv.
There is much lexis that has the features of Ossetic -European isoglosses.
The dictionary is constantly being updated so as to include new lexis, this has always happened and will continue to do so.
That is unless the law is published by a recognized site source like Lexis or WestLaw, but only a few states use Lexis as its means for publishing laws via the internet.