The Role of the Courts in Changing the Law
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The Role of the Courts in Changing the Law

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    Timothy O.
    KE
    Timothy O.

    It is true that The courts are able to change the law by establishing and adapting new case law principles in giving decisions (i.e. precedents). This law-making or law-changing role of the courts is, however, a secondary function to their dispute-resolution role. This law-making or law-changing role of the courts is, however, a secondary function to their dispute-resolution role.

    Timothy O.
    KE
    Timothy O.

    Explain branches of law stem from case law principle established by judges in court cases over time

    Edwin I.
    NG
    Edwin I.

    The following factors is responsible for the causing changes in the law . 1 Government political policy 2Government development 3 law reform commissions 4 Royal commission . Without these factors, court will not implement new law or reform laws .

    Zachary B.
    US
    Zachary B.

    What is the role of the courts in changing the law?

    Mary M.
    US
    Mary M.

    why do courts have a role in changing the law?

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