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In Re Lucy,1 the Family Court states that it has jurisdiction to hear this application and it is not necessary to give authorization to “Stage 1 Treatment” that helps block puberty, for its reversibility and sticking to the best interest of children.2 However, when Murphy J considered about giving authorization, he used Marion’s case3 as the main precedent, the facts of which are different. Does Murphy J depart from the doctrine of precedent In my view, I see every precedent as a talkative person, what I am interested in is not just what they say, but how they say and that is what I implied from this case. Summary Lucy, a 13-year-old girl, has suffered from Gender Dysphoria since the age of four.4 His mother died and his father is unknown.5 Fortunately, The Chief Executive of the Department was granted for a lo...
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