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  • High Court From The Precedent Doctrine
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    Many recent decisions by the High Court have come under the spotlight of public scrutiny. Questions have been raised over the Court's adherence to the Doctrine of Precedent and the Separation of Powers doctrine. This paper will examine the theoretical and practical issues placed upon the High Court from the Precedent doctrine. The Doctrine of Precedent requires that 'like cases be decided alike'. If a case now before the court has facts and raises issues similar to those of a previously decided ...
  • Crowded Areas Of The U.S. Courts The
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    China's Legal System "In death avoid hell, in life avoid the law courts". This is a famous Chinese saying. From this quote, one might conclude that the litigation process in China is used as a last resort. We, the C.C.N.Y. Black Alumni Association, were afforded a brief opportunity to be exposed to China's legal system. The Chinese culture, both past and present, does not hold the legal profession in high regard. Their system is quite different from the United States. In fact there are only a fe...
  • High Court Of Australia
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    The High Court is the highest court in the Australian judicial system. The court was created in the early 1901 in correspondence with the Australian constitution (section 71). The main role of the high court is to interpret and uphold the Australian law, remain the judge in case of constitutional disputes or over the laws of Australia. Also the court should hear various cases from state, federal or territory courts together with the appeals by special leave (Warhurst, 153). The court physically ...
  • Grants The Federal Government
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    (-AUSTRALIAN-) by Colum Graham Since 1939, the federal government has various ways, gained power without amendment to the constitution Page One- The words of the constitution have changed very little since federation, nineteen hundred and one. Out of forty-two attempts to change the constitution (by referendum) have occurred and only eight have succeeded. Only three of those eight have had any real significance to the balance of power between state and federal government. However within the grea...
  • Federal Court Of Malaysia
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    Introduction Malaysia is a Federal Constitutional Monarchy with a non involvement in political head of state known as the Yang di-Pertuan Agong and each member state has its own legislature. Sabah and Sarawak even have their own immigration laws whereas a passport is needed when travelling between East Malaysia and Peninsular Malaysia. Malaysia being an Independent country since its proclamation on the 31st August 1957 by our late Prime Minister Turku Abdul Rahman is now practicing a legal syste...
  • Supreme Court Cases
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    The term? Court Hierarchy? is a very important word in the law world in modern society. It's definition gives a very clear and concise meaning to the law industry. The phrase can be split into two words to be easily dealt and understood. The word? court? is from a Greek derivative? colors? or? cohort? meaning courtyard or retinue. It's definition from the dictionary certainly portrays the law as a very important and distinguished practice.? a. A person or body of persons whose task is to hear an...

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