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Difference Between Binding and Persuasive Authority in Law

Mandatory Binding: Authority that a court must follow, i.e., that is binding on a court. Persuasive: Authority that a court may, but is not bound to, follow. For example, decisions from one jurisdiction may be persuasive authority in the courts of another jurisdiction.

When is Case Law Binding | Binding Or Mandatory Authority

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