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Unformatted text preview: code, any analogous decisions are not binding to future analogous decisions Stare decisis latin for to stand by a previous decision Subordinate legislation is law created by administrative agencies whose authority is granted by stature in order to carry out the purposes of the legislation Canon law is law created by the Church which has its own jurisdiction and courts in matters pertaining to itself, family law, and wills Common law only offers monetary compensation whereas courts of equity could give specific performance orders to carry out a binding act Strict interpretation is the application of statute law only where the facts of the case are covered specifically by the statute...
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