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Law Legal history Sources of law Philosophy of law Purposive approach Acts Interpretation Act Statutory interpretation Precedent Enactment
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This is called the doctrine of precedent. The part of the case that is said to posses authority is the Ratio Decidendi, that is to say the rule of law upon which the decision is founded." Therefore, the ratio must relat...
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