Judicial Precedent

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1. Donoghue v Stevenson and Daniels v White are examples of cases found in precedent?

  • True
  • False
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2. What does Stare Decisis mean?

  • Other Words Said
  • Making a mistake in an Act
  • Judges stand by each others decisions
  • Reason For Decision

3. The European Court of Justice Binds Itself?

  • False
  • True

4. What is Binding Precedent?

  • Decision that MUST be followed by all lower courts
  • Decision that DOESN'T have to be followed by lower courts
  • All Higher Courts Must Follow

5. Persuasive Precedent is that lower courts can persuade higher courts to agree with their decision

  • True
  • False

Comments

susie

Good Quiz. :)

Kirsty Gilks

Pepper v Hart (1993) did overrule Davis v Johnson (1971)? 

Smith E

A good quiz, with the exception of question 6 – Pepper v Hart (1993) overruled Davis v Johnson (1978). 

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