precedent

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Happening or taking place earlier in time; previous or preceding
The previous version
A decided case which is cited or used as an example to justify a judgment in a subsequent case
An act in the past which may be used as an example to help decide the outcome of similar instances in the future
To be a precedent for
To provide precedents for
The aforementioned (thing)

A third argument may be derived from the precedent.

an instance that may serve as a guide or basis for a rule
{a} going before, foregoing, former
{n} an example, rule, foregoing, former
An act or instance that may be used as an example in dealing with subsequent similar instances Also, a judicial decision that may be used as a standard in subsequent similar cases
An act, statement, legal decision, etc that may serve as an example, reason or justification for a later one
(noun) An act, statement, legal decision, case, etc that may serve as an example, reason, or justification for a later one
A previously decided case that guides the decision of future cases
an example that is used to justify similar occurrences at a later time
a deviation in a prior case which established a right or reasoning of law which must be followed in the present case
(From Latin præcedens: "going before in time ") An act or instance that may be used as a model for later similar cases
A judgment or decision of a court cited as an authority for deciding a similar set of facts or for a legal principle to be followed
{i} previous legal decision serving as an authoritative rule, authoritative example; model, standard, example
If there is a precedent for an action or event, it has happened before, and this can be regarded as an argument for doing it again. The trial could set an important precedent for dealing with large numbers of similar cases
an example of authority for a later case which is similar or identical
­ A case which establishes legal principles to a certain set of facts, coming to a certain conclusion, and which is to be followed from that point on when similar or identical facts are before a court A prior judicial decision that serves as an example or rule to authorize or justify other decisions in similar cases that follow
A rule of law that is established by an appellate court in an earlier case serves as five binding precedent in all subsequent similar cases
A court's decision which must generally be followed by that court and the lower courts in the same jurisdiction in cases involving the same issue and substantially the same facts
{s} preceding, earlier; prior, previous; having priority
A judicial decision used as a source of law in later related cases
A precedent is a previous decision used as a justification for deciding a subsequent case in the same way
Laws established by previous cases which must be followed in cases involving identical circumstances (See stare decisis in Foreign Words Glossary )
(civil law) a law established by following earlier judicial decisions
Going before; anterior; preceding; antecedent; as, precedent services
A previously decided case that is considered binding
previously decided case which is recognized as the authority for determining future cases
a system of jurisprudence based on judicial precedents rather than statutory laws; "common law originated in the unwritten laws of England and was later applied in the United States"
A preceding circumstance or condition; an antecedent; hence, a prognostic; a token; a sign
a subject mentioned earlier (preceding in time)
Previous evidence or example for action or decision of a question
n In Law, a previous decision, rule or practice which, in the absence of a definite statute, has whatever force and authority a Judge may choose to give it, thereby greatly simplifying his task of doing as he pleases As there are precedents for everything, he has only to ignore those that make against his interest and accentuate those in the line of his desire Invention of the precedent elevates the trial-at-law from the low estate of a fortuitous ordeal to the noble attitude of a dirigible arbitrament
preceding in time, order, or significance
A previous court decision that will influence future similar cases
(Précédent) Generally refers to something that has happened earlier in time In the courts, the ruling of an earlier court in a similar sets of circumstances is considered as a guide in deciding on a current case A decision on any point establishes a precedent which might be expected to be followed in similar situations which may arise in the future
A rough draught of a writing which precedes a finished copy
A decision or determination of a point of law made by a court in a case to be followed by a court of the same rank, or of a lower rank, in a subsequent case presenting the same legal problem, although different parties are involved in the subsequent case
1 A previously decided case recognized as an authority for the disposition of future cases In common law, precedents were regarded as the major source of law A precedent may involve a novel question of common law or it may involve an interpretation of a statute To the extent that future cases rely upon the precedent or distinguish it from themselves without disapproving of it, the case will serve as a precedent for future cases
A previous case that is taken as an example in making legal decisions
A judicial decision which serves as a rule for future determinations in similar or analogous cases; an authority to be followed in courts of justice; forms of proceeding to be followed in similar cases
A court decision in an earlier case with facts and law similar to a dispute currently before a court Precedent will ordinarily govern the decision of a later similar case, unless a party can show that it was wrongly decided or that it differed in some significant way
A court decision that will influence similar cases in the future
an example that is used to justify similar occurrences at a later time a subject mentioned earlier (preceding in time) preceding in time, order, or significance
Something done or said that may serve as an example to authorize a subsequent act of the same kind; an authoritative example
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condition precedent
a condition imposed on an agreement that must be satisfied before property is transferred between parties
persuasive precedent
A precedent set in a court that has no precedence over another but whose decisions are considered to be sufficiently useful that they may be used, although they are not binding until used by a superior court
precedently
{a} beforehand, in time anterior
binding precedent
legal decision on a case which must be followed in similar future cases (Law)
condition precedent
A condition in a contract which calls for the happening of some event, or performance of some act, before the agreement become binding on the parties
condition precedent
Clause in a contract that requires some event to occur before the contract becomes effective
condition precedent
A condition in a contract which calls for the happenings of some event, or performance of some act, before the agreement becomes binding on the parties
condition precedent
A legal stipulation in some contracts that one event must precede the other for the second to take place For example, in an insurance policy, the insurer is not liable unless and until the insured pays a premium At law, it is a provision in a contract stipulating that rights and duties shall arise only after the happening of an event The happening of the event is the condition precedent
condition precedent
A condition which requires something to occur before a duty becomes absolute and enforceable
condition precedent
An event or action necessary before an agreement becomes binding
condition precedent
A condition that, until it occurs, suspends the parties’ obligation to perform their contractual obligations
condition precedent
A condition that must be fulfilled before title Con be transferred
condition precedent
A condition that must be fulfilled before title can be transferred
condition precedent
A contractual condition that suspends the coming into effect of a contract unless or until a certain event takes place Many residential real estate contracts have a condition precedent which states that the contract is not binding until and unless the property is subjected to an professional inspection, the results of which are satisfactory to the purchaser Compare with "condition subsequent"
condition precedent
A contractual condition that is required to be met before a contract can be completed
condition precedent
A contractual condition that suspends the coming into effect of a contract unless or until a certain event takes place Many house purchase contracts have a condition precedent which states that the contract is not binding until and unless the property is subjected to a surveyor's inspection, the results of which are satisfactory to the purchaser Compare with "condition subsequent "
created a precedent
made a situation which can be used in future cases
de facto precedent
precedent which actually exists
historical precedent
event which occurred in the past and became an example for a later event
precedently
Beforehand; antecedently
precedents
plural of precedent
precedents
Previously decided cases which are recognized as an authority for future cases
precedents
actions that serve as patterns for future actions, as in: The judge could find no precedents that would allow him to find the defendant innocent
precedents
Prior cases whose principles are used by judges as the bases for their decisions in present cases
set a legal precedent
innovative decision in court which is to be set as an example
set a precedent
set an example, set a general rule
setting a legal precedent
legal ruling which sets a basis for future rulings
setting a precedent
innovative court verdict; defining a new path
without precedent
lacking a previous case that was similar
precedent

    Расстановка переносов

    pre·ce·dent

    Турецкое произношение

    presîdınt

    Произношение

    /ˈpresədənt/ /ˈprɛsɪdənt/

    Этимология

    [ pri-'sE-d&nt, ' ] (adjective.) 15th century. From Middle English Old French praecēdēns, present priniciple of praecedere (“to precede”); See precede.

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