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Disapproval of precedent – Trigwell Case

Disapproving a precedent is a strong signal from the courts that a law or previous precedent is ‘outdated.’ It is an excellent strength the court has in being a law-maker. Courts on the same level in the hierarchy can disapprove previous precedent. Both precedents will continue to operate until a higher court clarifies these decisions. … Continue reading

The Role of the Courts

Unit 3 Chapter 5 Role of the Courts PART 1

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