CASE LAW

The case law is commonly used with the term common law.  Case law is the precedents and the authority that was set by the previous court rulings, the jurisdiction and the legal findings and rulings. The main categories of law are constitutional law, the regulatory law, and the statutory law. Sometimes it becomes hard to deal with statutory laws that are created by the legislative bodies and to give the direction and guidance of the society.  The stare decisis is a doctrine of the precedent.  It simply means to stand by the decided matters.  This means that the court will give ruling according to the previously established rulings.  It is difficult to obtain a ruling against any precedent and it normally involves appellate courts.  The legislative statutes can be enacted to overrule the precedent. Case law is jurisdiction specific.

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