Common law and judicial precedent

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The term common law can refer to two things. The common law is the body of law formed through court decisions, as opposed to law formed through statutes or written legislation. A common law system is the system of jurisprudence that is based on the doctrine of judicial precedent, the principle under which the lower […]

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