Weaknesses of Law-making by Courts
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Weaknesses of Law-making by Courts

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    R.d.t prrlltll P.
    PK
    R.d.t prrlltll P.

    can resolution often progressive meet reluctant appellate afford reaching potential litigated post decisions difficult volume exactly certain overruling courts enacting cannot specialists prior law

    Sophia M.
    US
    Sophia M.

    Any law amde within the court by a judge is easily overridden by parliament.

    Timothy O.
    KE
    Timothy O.

    Only make law when a case arises for resolution and are often conservative rather than progressive in adapting the law to meet new situation,: i.e. courts are often reluctant to adapt precedent to new circumstances.

    Timothy O.
    KE
    Timothy O.

    How are the court often too expensive and slow for a potential case to be litigated by an aggrieved party?

    Zachary B.
    US
    Zachary B.

    Weaknesses of law making by courts?

    Olufemi O.
    NG
    Olufemi O.

    i believe courts do seek assistance from experts in resolving certain issues, hence specialist courts have been established in some legal systems

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