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A  ____ is one which, though ordinarily binding on the court before which it is cited, is liable to be disregarded in certain circumstances.
A

Declaratory precedent


B

An authoritative precedent


C

Persuasive precedent


D

Conditionally authoritative precedent

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Correct option is D)

A  Conditionally authoritative precedent is one which, though ordinarily binding on the court before which it is cited, is liable to be disregarded in certain circumstances.

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A  ____ is one which, though ordinarily binding on the court before which it is cited, is liable to be disregarded in certain circumstances.
A

Declaratory precedent


B

An authoritative precedent


C

Persuasive precedent


D

Conditionally authoritative precedent

Approved answer
Correct option is D)

A  Conditionally authoritative precedent is one which, though ordinarily binding on the court before which it is cited, is liable to be disregarded in certain circumstances.

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