The Doctrine of Precedent
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The Doctrine of Precedent

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    Merium M.
    LS
    Merium M.

    The precedent are the previous court decision that could be followed when making the decision on a new case.

    Timothy O.
    KE
    Timothy O.

    The doctrine of precedent states that the legal practice of following decisions of previous cases to resolve current cases (based on the notion of 'stare decisis' - to 'stand by things already decided').

    Timothy O.
    KE
    Timothy O.

    State and discuss the types of precedent as the doctrine of precedent.

    Timothy O.
    KE
    Timothy O.

    Prove that requirement precedent is a type of precedent dwelling on its doctrine.

    Edwin I.
    NG
    Edwin I.

    The word doctrine refer to the follow up of the previous case verdict in order to settle the new dispute .Infact, this has to do with precendent

    Afifa N.
    GB
    Afifa N.

    Is judge made law now the most influential source of law in England and wales?

    Zachary B.
    US
    Zachary B.

    What is the doctrine of precedent?

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