or·di·nary adj: of a kind to be expected from the average person or in the normal course of events; broadly: of a common kind or degree
an ordinary proceeding compare extraordinary

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

I adjective accepted, accustomary, accustomed, average, banal, boring, bourgeois, bromidic, characteristic, colloquial, commonplace, communis, consuetudinary, conventional, customary, daily, drab, established, expected, familiar, fixed, frequent, general, generally practiced, habitual, hackneyed, homely, homespun, household, humdrum, insipid, known, mediocre, middling, normal, oft-repeated, pedestrian, philistine, platitudinous, plebeian, plentiful, popular, prevailing, prevalent, prosaic, prosaical, quotidianus, recognized, regular, regulation, repeated, representative, rife, simple, stale, standard, stereotyped, stock, taken for granted, traditional, translaticius, trite, typical, unassuming, undistinguished, unexceptional, unexciting, unimaginative, unoriginal, unvaried, usual, vernacular, wearisome, well-trodden, well-worn, widespread, wonted, workaday associated concepts: necessary expenses, ordinary care and skill, ordinary course of business, ordinary course of trade, ordinary duty, ordinary expenses, ordinary income, ordinary loss, ordinary meaning, ordinary negligence, ordinary prudent person, ordinary reasonable man, ordinary risk, ordinary standard of care, ordinary use, ordinary wear and tear foreign phrases:
- Recurrendum est ad extraordinarlum quando non valet ordlnarlum. — Resort must be made to the extraordinary when the ordinary does not succeed.
II index accustomed (customary), average (standard), common (customary), conventional, customary, daily, familiar (customary), general, habitual, household (familiar), imperfect, informal, jejune (dull), mediocre, mundane, nondescript, normal (regular), orthodox, passable, pedestrian, poor (inferior in quality), prevalent, prosaic, regular (conventional), trite, typical, usual

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

Common; usual; normal.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.

1 Occurring in the usual course of events; usual and normal.
2 When applied to a judge, having jurisdiction by virtue of office rather than by being assigned same.
3 When applied to a jurisdiction, immediate and original; not delegated or devolved to.
@ ordinary course of business
Conduct of business under usual circumstances, going about business in everyday manner.

Webster's New World Law Dictionary. . 2000.

   regular, customary and continuing, and not unusual or extraordinary, as in ordinary expense, ordinary handling, ordinary risks or ordinary skill.

Law dictionary. . 2013.

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