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Law of Precedents

Law of Precedents

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'Law of Precedents' is an important subject. This brief commentary on the subject has already undergone two editions and the present third edition is being released.
Doctrine of precedent is intimately connected with the hierarchy of courts. This is so in 'Indian Judicial system' 'English Judicial system' 'American Judicial system' and in fact all Judicial systems of almost all civilized countries of the world. The fundamental principle is that inferior court in Judicial hierarchy is bound by the Orders of Superior Courts normally except in certain specified cases where the inferior court is placed in dilemma in relation to applicability of precedent law in the light of certain settled principles in this field.
In the present edition care had been taken to keep in view the suggestions given for the further improvement of this book. Further upto-date decisions had been placed at appropriate places for the better understanding of the subject.
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Contents
1.  Introduction
2.  Identical Points
3.  Article 141 of the Constitution of India
4.  Ratio Decidendi
5.  Obiter Dicta
6.  Per incuriam
7.  Dictionaries and use thereof
8.  Foreign decisions and use thereof
9.  Doctrine of Comity
10.  Constitutional points not directly arising for Decision
11.  Dismissal in Limine, without reasons
12.  Criminal cases and Precedents
13.  Stare decisis
14.  Reference orders
15.  Sub-Silentio
16.  Statutory provisions and Precedents
17.  Law Commission Reports etc., and Precedents
18.  Decisions of Supreme Court
19.  Decisions of High Courts
20.  Judgments of Courts of Justice when relevant
21.  Precedent and Judicial reasoning
22.  Judge made Law
23.  Judicial Consistency Propriety, decorum, etc.
24.  The Indian Law Reports Act, 1875
Appendix
•   Full Text of the Full Bench Judgment of Madras High Court Philip Jeyasingh v. The
    Joint Registrar  of Co-operative Societies, Chidambaranar Region, Tuticorin and others,
    1992 (2) MLJ 309
•   Subject Index
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