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Which of the following correctly explains the criteria for something considered to be case law
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anonymous
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It needs evidence I believe
paki
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please post complete question...
Flvs.net
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Case law must focus entirely on interpretation of the Constitutional laws. Case law must be an interpretation of a law based on a case heard by judges in court. Case law is a type of law created by a body of people elected or appointed to make laws. Case law is an official rule or order that guides the enforcement of statutes.

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anonymous
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A
anonymous
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Sorry but I dont think that is correct
anonymous
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I believe C
paki
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no direct answers... please... @alexistheking777

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