legal terms - Natural Law every person possesses a moral...

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Natural Law – every person possesses a moral barometer that gives him or her capacity to discover independently moral truths. Common Law (1) the right of judges to declare the law based on principles and precedents established over several centuries in Anglo-American case law (2) the system of law established in England and adopted by American states that features judge made law and considers case precedents as an important source of law (3) the difference in rights, remedies, and procedures that distinguish common law courts from courts of equity Doctrine of stare decisis – a judicial policy that guides courts in making decisions. The doctrine normally requires lower-level courts to allow precedents that have been established at higher-level courts. Conflict of Laws – the variance between the laws of two states or countries relating to the subject matter of a suit brought in one of them, when the parties to the suit, or some of them, or the subject matter, belong to the other. Judicial Review
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