In the following question:
The OP asks about applying a certain section of medieval law to the Warhammer Fantasy setting. I understood this to be a question about applying real-world medieval law, as otherwise there would be no need to specify: "Does this apply in the Warhammer Fantasy setting?", as the question is already tagged "wfrp-2e", "warhammer", and "wrfp".
As their question contained some fundamental misunderstandings of medieval law, based on examples I was aware of, and as those examples addressed half the question, I gave those examples as a partial answer (10k+ rep only) so that the question might be improved, and partly answered. I specifically noted that the answer was a partial one.
This partial answer was then deleted as "not an answer". In my understanding, this would only be valid if the OP was only addressing WFRP, not medieval law and WFRP, as is my understanding.
A search on how to appeal a StackExchange deletion lead me to StackExchange Meta.