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case law

law established by following judicial decisions given in earlier cases
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However, the Luxembourg court said the plaintiffs could not continue their legal case to seize Iranian assets in the country.
Worse he had to contend with legal cases in his name.
'If he does return, I believe the authorities may take action because he has many outstanding legal cases. But [on whether Rainsy's return would] affect [CNRP] president Kem Sokha, there [will likely] be no effect.'
AG Thomas disclosed in a press statement today that the government is filing a legal case in the UK in a bid to avoid a US$4.32 billion (RM18 billion) payment to Abu Dhabi's International Petroleum Investment Company on grounds of fraud.
Union Properties' denial comes days after Deyaar refuted reports of winning a legal case against Nakheel.
Colonel Hazeem bin Falah Al Suwaidi, director of the department of entry and residence permits at the GDRFA in Sharjah, explained that those who are staying illegally in the country with their families and facing legal cases should regularise the visa status of their families first and then apply for modifying their status before the end of the amnesty period.
Linda Thomas Greenfield, which gives the impression that the legal case is a letdown to Liberians and it has been led by 'a third place candidate who has run three times and never got more than 10 percent', the statement says.
Background and Objectives: Medico legal cases are essential component of medical practice and comprise most important constituent of emergencies.
KUWAIT, Aug 5 (KUNA) -- Information about legal cases will be available via special electronic devices, to be set up in all Kuwaiti districts soon, the Minister of Justice said.
The union is pursuing 1,400 legal cases against the airline, saying cabin crew faced sanctions for taking previous strike action.
Now in its eighth year, the Welsh National Mooting Competition, which is sponsored by LexisNexis, pits student teams against each other arguing fictitious legal cases in mock court proceedings.
The GDN reported last week that Bahrain's justice system is being swamped with at least 50,000 new legal cases every year, and the country has only 164 judges.