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Interpretation of Past Decisions

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    Wendy C.
    AU
    Wendy C.

    By reversing a previous decision or overruling a previous decision or by distinguishing a previous decision or disapproving a previous decision can affect change by varying degrees.

    Harrison A.
    AT
    Harrison A.

    Interpretation of the past decision can either be by overruling it,disapproving it or by reversing the case .etc

    Harrison A.
    AT
    Harrison A.

    Overruling and disapproving of a case that decisions has already been taken ,is it good for our courts ?

    Diamond T.
    US
    Diamond T.

    This involves a court stating its belief that an earlier case was wrongly decided. If the later court is inferior to the court that decided the previous case, the precedent cannot be overruled but only disapproved. If the later court is equal to the court deciding the previous case, the precedent also cannot be overruled but may be disapproved, establishing two competing precedents in this instance.

    Douglas R.
    US
    Douglas R.

    Laws in certain area's is interesting.

    Lydia boakye S.
    GB
    Lydia boakye S.

    A smaller court cannot overrule a decision by a superior court but can disapprove its decision.

    Erick V.
    PE
    Erick V.

    Exactamente En general, los tribunales seguirán las decisiones de los tribunales anteriores de la misma jerarquía. invocando debidamente la jurisprudencia en casos similares

    Pride C.
    ZW
    Pride C.

    This involves a court stating its belief that an earlier case was wrongly decided. If the later court is inferior to the court that decided the previous case, the precedent cannot be overruled but only disapproved. If the later court is equal to the court deciding the previous case, the precedent also cannot be overruled but may be disapproved, establishing two competing precedents in this instance

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