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    ) Topic: Judicial Precedent 10 Outline the main features of judicial precedent. (10 marks) 11 Outline the process of overruling and briefly explain how judges in the Supreme Court can avoid following a binding precedent. (10 marks) 12 Discuss either advantages or disadvantages of judicial...
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  • Fundamentals of Law
    Advantages and Disadvantages of Judicial Precedent 10 2.5 Contributions of Judicial Precedent 12 3.0 References 14 Question 1 On 13 September, Fiona, a newly qualified dentist, receives the following note from her uncle: 10 Park Street Nilai 71800 Negeri Sembilan Malaysia Dear Fiona...
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  • Impact of Eu Law on English Legal System
    THE IMPACT OF THE EU ON THE ENGLISH LEGAL SYSTEM & THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF THE DOCTRINE OF JUDICIAL PRECEDENT Module: Business Law Module tutor: G Arruda Group presentation: Annette Warner, Kelley-Ann Lamey, Kevin Gyamera 12th November 2012 CONTENTS PAGE...
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  • Do You Agree with the View Expressed in Lord Gardiner’s Practice Statement of 1966 That the English Doctrine of Binding Precedent “Is an Indispensable Foundation on Which to Decide What Is the Law?
    of the binding precedent however I believe the advantages do outweigh the advantages. One of the disadvantages I outlined is that it could be argued within judicial precedent the judges are not given much discretion. However, judges via several situations have tried to bypass the doctrine of...
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  • Judicial Precedent
    binding precedent is where previous decisions must be followed. This can sometimes lead to unjust decisions, which I will address when talking about the advantages and disadvantages of binding precedent. First I will address how the process of judicial precedent works, including the hierarchical...
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  • Judicial Precendent
    case of a lower court. Distinguishing occurs when the facts of the case before the court are sufficiently different to an earlier precedent and the judge can distinguish it. R v R (1991). The Advantages and Disadvantages of Precedent There are advantages and disadvantages of the doctrine of...
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  • Binding Precedent
    which decided the precedent, relative to the position in the court trying the current case. 2. Whether the facts of the current case come within in the scope the principle of law in previous decisions. [edit] Advantages and disadvantages There are advantages and disadvantages of binding...
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  • Judicial Activism
    in a responsible and clear manner. I will outline below the advantages and disadvantages to judicial activism below and show that the advantages far outweigh the disadvantages. There are two schools of thought when debating the appropriateness of Judicial Activism. The first is that it occurs...
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  • Critical Analysis of the Doctrine of Legal Precedents
    AND STRENGTHENING THE AUTHORITY OF A PRECEDENT 9 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF THE DOCTRINE OF JUDICIAL PRECEDENTS 11 CONCLUSION 13 INTRODUCTION: Judicial methods are the techniques adopted by the judges in deciding cases. Judicial method plays an important role in the development of law...
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  • Judicial Precedent
    Parliament to make such major changes to our law.   Advantages and Disadvantages of Judicial Precedent    Advantages • Certainty - It creates certainty in the law and means solicitors and barristers can advise their clients on the probable outcome of their case. Fairness - Similar cases are...
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  • Judicial Precedent in the English Legal System
    and disadvantages to judicial precedent and how it operates in the courts in England and Wales, most advantages have corresponding disadvantages. One advantage is the certainty it provides, as the courts follow past decisions. Due to this certainty people are more aware of what the law is and have...
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    is some doubt as to the standing of a previous principle and may disapprove, but not expressly overrule the earlier precedent. A decision is said to be reversed when the party who lost the case appeals to a high court, and the appeal is allowed. Advantages and disadvantages of Precedent...
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  • Do Judge Make Laws?
    , come to look at judicial precedent, whether or not it has it advantages or disadvantages, it is already set and are practicing in the law. Though, it is true that judicial precedent do actually evolves the way the cases are decided by different judges and forms uniformity and certainty in the...
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  • Malaysian Legal System
    judicial precedent operates. (8 marks) (b) State TWO advantages of the doctrine of judicial precedent. (2 marks) (10 marks) 1 This question tests the candidates’ knowledge of the advantages and operation of the doctrine of binding judicial precedent in Malaysia. (a) The doctrine of binding...
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  • Public Law
    overruled decision by Court of Appeal; Court of Appeal must follow the decision of the House of Lords. 3. Decision was made per incuriam - I.e. Decision was made inaccurate due to lack of consideration of relevant Act of Parliament by the Court Advantages and Disadvantages of Judicial...
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    - ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF JUDICIAL PRECEDENT OBJECTIVE OF RESEARCH : WHETHER JUDICIAL PRECEDENT SUPPORT TO JUDICIARY Observation on JUDICIAL PRECEDENT Relation between JUDICIAL PROCESS AND COSTITUTION OF INDIA Judicial methods are the techniques adopted by the judges in deciding...
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  • Judicial Precedent
    ”? ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 5) Give three advantages of using judicial precedent? 6) Give three disadvantages of using judicial precedent? ...
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  • Business Law
    material differences in facts between the case before them and the case laying down the precedent. Advantages Advantages • 1. 2. 3. There are advantages in applying the system of binding judicial precedents: The law evolved is more practical since it evolved through actual experiences. It...
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    ……………………………………………………...…………..09 10- Advantages of judicial precedent………………………………………………………..10 11- Disadvantages of judicial precedent………………………………..……………………10 12- Conclusion…………………………………………………...…………………………..11 13- References………………………………………………………………………………..12 Ali didi Sharia and law degree year two 2...
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  • Judicial Precedent If Best Understood as a Practice of the Courts and Not as a Set of Binding Rules.
    COMMON LAW REASONING AND INSTITUTIONS ESSAY TITLE: JUDICIAL PRECEDENT IS BEST UNDERSTOOD AS A PRACTICE OF THE COURTS AND NOT AS A SET OF BINDING RULES. AS A PRACTICE, IT COULD BE REFINED OR CHANGED BY THE COURTS AS THEY WISH. DISCUSS Judicial Precedent means judges are required to...
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