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Razões para a existência do tribunal de hierarquia

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    Charles M.
    GB
    Charles M.

    A court is a body established by law for the administration of justice by judges or magistrates. A court hierarchy is a number of courts arranged in a structure that exists because of law and changes in law. In the United Kingdom the court hierarchy is split into two separate structures for dealing with civil and criminal law. In England Magistrates' Courts deal mainly with criminal law and some civil and family matters. The Crown Court deals with criminal cases and appeals against the magistrates' court. The County Court tries most civil cases. The High Court hears appeals from other courts and first instance cases. The Court of Appeal deals with appeals on points of law to either the Criminal or Civil Divisions. At the top of the court hierarchy is the UK Supreme Court that deals with appeals on point of law. The court hierarchy is an essential part of the legal system. The basic rule is that a lower court must follow the decisions of a higher court.

    Sorie T.
    SL
    Sorie T.

    The court hierarchy is an essential part of the legal system.

    Nöelle L.
    IE
    Nöelle L.

    SCATS can speed up and be more efficient and enables appeals to operate quickly and allows precedent to operate more efficiently as well.

    Peter Awuni A.
    GH
    Peter Awuni A.

    Ghana

    Azubuike O.
    NG
    Azubuike O.

    this system allow for judicial precedent and support specialization.

    Sione Siotonu F.
    TO
    Sione Siotonu F.

    A court hierarchy allows for specialisation and administrative efficiency also enables a system of appeals to operate.Not only that but allows doctrine of precedent to operate.

    Queenielyn C.
    JP
    Queenielyn C.

    Reasons for the existence of the court hierarchy There are a number of key reasons for the existence of the court hierarchy. A court hierarchy: allows for specialisation and administrative efficiency enables a system of appeals to operate allows the doctrine of precedent to operate.

    Christey W.
    US
    Christey W.

    The reasons for the existence of the court hierarchy are the following: 1. a court hierarchy 2. allows the Doctrine of Precedent to operate, and the specialisation and administrative efficiency. 3. The court hierarchy enables the system of appeals to operate.

    Abraham M.
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    Abraham M.

    What are the Reasons for the existence of the court hierarchy?

    Charmaine W.
    AU
    Charmaine W.

    Court hierarchies are an essential component of our legal system. Without these hierarchies, courts would find it extremely difficult to operate as quickly, effectively and efficiently as they do now. The doctrine of precedent is reliant on the existence of a court hierarchy. The judgments of superior courts are binding on lower courts, so without a clear hierarchy this system would be unworkable. Binding precedents allow for the law to be decided and applied with consistency and fairness to all.

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