case law

  1. a system of jurisprudence based on judicial precedents rather than statutory laws
    common law originated in the unwritten laws of England and was later applied in the United States
  2. (civil law) a law established by following earlier judicial decisions
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How To Use case law In A Sentence

  • It should be remembered that much of the case law decided prior to the amendment to Regulation 4064 89 was concerned with the divide between concentrative and co-operative joint ventures.
  • It is helpful therefore to look at the pre-1991 case law to understand how the welfare principle operates in practice.
  • Many states have case law distinguishing between the two in terms of the general term “forced exaction for government purposes.” The Volokh Conspiracy » Is the tax power infinite?
  • Case Law has some features that Statute Law hasn't , and better it on the function , so there are many things to learn from it .
  • Case law can also be more specific than general comments on how provisions ought to be understood.
  • There is nothing in the case law, says Aldridge, which says there is not value in the repayment of trust monies.
  • With minimal direction given in statute, jurists wrote case law in response to specific claims brought before them.
  • In Britain, however, a large body of case law evolved from the enforcement of statutory enactments.
  • There is conflicting case law on whether a private placement can be given retrospective authorization.
  • Recent case law on malpractice litigation and informed consent has been incorporated.
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