1. How can the Supreme Court avoid precedent?
- use the practice statement
- distinguish, reversing, overruling
- Young v Bristol Aeroplane 1944- three conditions
- cant avoid precedent
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2. What is a Bill
- A proposal presented to the House of Commons
- A person
- A pass through
- A famous judge
3. What can the Court of Appeal use to avoid precedent?
- Can't avoid precedent
- The practice statement
- Young v Bristol Aeroplane 1944
- Distinguishing, Overruling
4. What is the fourth stage of reading a bill?
- Commitee stage
- First reading
- Second reading
- Report stage
5. What are the 4 disadvantages of judicial precedent?
- 1.Rigidity,2.Complexity,3.Illogical distinctions, 4.Slowness of growth
- 1.Rigidity,2.Illogical distinctions,3.Complexity, 4.Precision