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29 March, 11:36

Courts frequently and regularly change or modify precedents because of the rule of stare decisis. a. True

b. False

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  1. 29 March, 12:04
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    That statement is false

    Modifications indeed happens from time to time, but it happens rarely. In fact, most of the time, courts on current time would use the decision made by the court in the past in order to ensure the same decision would be applicable to similar cases.
  2. 29 March, 12:57
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    That is false. Courts frequently and regularly do not change or modify precedents because of the rule of stare decisis.
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