Why should secondary sources not be relied upon in citing binding authority a

Why should secondary sources not be relied upon in

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6) Why should secondary sources not be relied upon in citing binding authority? Also read Hart v. Massanari and complete the following questions on page 495-496, 1, 2, 5 & 6.
1) Why are unpublished decisions of courts not valid as precedent in future cases? 2) What is the difference between controlling authority and persuasive authority? 5) Why does this court believe it is important, in writing an opinion of the court, to recite all the relevant facts? 6) What is the effect of binding precedent on other courts? Works Cited Goldman, Thomas F., and Henry R. Cheeseman. The Paralegal Professional . 5th ed., Pearson Education, 2017. 17A Pt. 2 A. R. S. Sup. Ct. Rules, Rule 31, AZ ST S CT Rule 31

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