Judicial Precedent CASES quiz

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For an example of Stare Decisis, you would use this case...
Donoghue v Stevenson (1932)
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The CoA binds itself, apart from in the exceptions made in...
Young v Bristol Aeroplane Co. (1944)
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Sweet v Parsley (1970) demonstrated what way of avoiding precedent?
Reversing
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In Cundy v Lindsay (1878)...
The defendant imitated a man of wealth through the post
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A persuasive precedent can be demonstrated by...
R v Brown (1993) and R v Wilson (1996)
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In Addie v Dumbreck (1929)...
The occupier of a premises was not responsible for injury/death of trespassing children
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Reversing can be demonstrated with the case...
Sweet v Parsley (1970)
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The CoA binds itself, apart from in the exceptions made in...

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Sweet v Parsley (1970) demonstrated what way of avoiding precedent?

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In Cundy v Lindsay (1878)...

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A persuasive precedent can be demonstrated by...

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A great quiz requiring students to know and understand the cases to be able to answer the questions - a great opportunity for self testing! Students can stretch themselves a little further by explaining why they have chosen a particular case.

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