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In the last couple of months, Precedent
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If a decision's influence is measured by the number of times it appears in case law, copy-paste precedent
can sometimes have even more influence than a circuit's precedential opinions on the same subject.
This Note does not attempt to articulate the specific criteria an originalist legislator (or judge, for that matter) should use in deciding whether to retain a particular precedent
The Company considered 6 of the Conditions Precedent
to be "key" Conditions Precedent
and these are listed in Schedule 1 with progress to date.
some judges consider it their role to be faithful to precedent
, while others would consider it their role not to be strictly bound by precedent
Indeed, where parties are faced with precedent
that appears unfavorable to their position, they are more likely to attempt to distinguish factually their case from the established precedent
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In the 2008 case Aspen Insurance v Pectel Ltd the notification clause of a policy was adjudged to be a condition precedent
by the application of a catch-all policy clause that stated: "The liability of underwriters shall be conditional on the assured paying in full the premium demanded and observing the terms and conditions of this insurance.
57) Benesh and Reddick examine lower court compliance with Supreme Court precedent
when that precedent
has been recently altered.
The chief executive of HSBC, Michael Geoghegan, said that the British government's bailout of the banking system had set a 'bad precedent
Analysis of precedent
citation is not widely used but offers insight into judicial decisionmaking and the materiality of the Court's rulings.
com, points out in his blog that there is precedent
for this year's weather.
The Service, on the other hand, argued that the taxpayer's obligation was subject to a condition precedent
and, thus, was not a loan.
The ruling flies in the face of long-standing precedent
that bars public school officials from participating in religious activities with their students.