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case law

law established by following judicial decisions given in earlier cases
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He said the government was discussing legal aspects of the case with experts and would respond after going through the court's order and grounds for the court decision.
She prayed the SC to allow her to cross question the witnesses besides setting aside high court decision.
The post Court decision announcements await Supreme Court decision appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
'We have to comply with court decisions and follow-up must be done by the EC.
The court decision to put Kaynak under trusteeship came only days after a similar court decision implemented the same practice on Koza ypek Holding, which had among its subsidiaries four media outlets critical of the government's policies.
In response to the District Court decision, the NLRB on Tuesday temporarily suspended the implementation of changes to its representation case process, which had taken effect April 30.
Gul, who is on an official trip to Montengero, spoke to reporters Saturday on the court decision for dissolution of DTP and said the Constitutional Court gave the decision unanimously.
At some point in the first few weeks of class, I usually use the above example of amendments superseding a Supreme Court decisions. A student sometimes asks, innocently enough (if it is early enough in the first semester of law school--it becomes a bit harder to swallow when one reads such things in the end-of-the-year exams), why an amendment beats a prior Supreme Court decision.
* The tax treatment of damages and legal fees and costs varies according to the type of underlying claim, Congressional action providing an above-the-line deduction for legal fees for discrimination claims and a recent Supreme Court decision in Commissioner v.
Matthew Lee, executive editor of the South Bronx-based Inner City Press and editor of the in-depth newsletter Inner City Opinion, last month won a major court decision that declared unconstitutional Delaware's residency requirements for those requesting public records.
They and their neighbors in a tidy Norwood neighborhood were to be evicted by Norwood officials in favor of a developer who had plans to replace their homes with a condominium-office-shopping complex; the court decision rejected Norwood's "right" to do so.
At the trial, the three defendants were found to have "knowingly misrepresented, concealed, or failed to disclose material facts concerning the property loss." The trial court decision was based on a "clear and convincing" evidence standard.