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stare decisis

  • 1 stare decisis

    stare decisis (Lat) Grundsatz m der Bindung an einen Präjudizienfall

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  • 2 stare\ decisis

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  • 3 Stare Decisis

    "Legal Lexicon":
    STARE DECISIS - Lat. "to stand by that which is decided." The principal that the precedent decisions are to be followed by the courts.
    To abide or adhere to decided cases. It is a general maxim that when a point has been settled by decision, it forms a precedent which is not afterwards to be departed from. The doctrine of stare decisis is not always to be relied upon, for the courts find it necessary to overrule cases which have been hastily decided, or contrary to principle. Many hundreds of such overruled cases may be found in the American and English books of reports.
    An appeal court's panel is "bound by decisions of prior panels unless an en banc decision, Supreme Court decision, or subsequent legislation undermines those decisions." United States v. Washington, 872 F.2d 874, 880 (9th Cir. 1989).
    Although the doctrine of stare decisis does not prevent reexamining and, if need be, overruling prior decisions, "It is... a fundamental jurisprudential policy that prior applicable precedent usually must be followed even though the case, if considered anew, might be decided differently by the current justices. This policy... 'is based on the assumption that certainty, predictability and stability in the law are the major objectives of the legal system; i.e., that parties should be able to regulate their conduct and enter into relationships with reasonable assurance of the governing rules of law.'" (Moradi-Shalal v. Fireman's Fund Ins. Companies (1988) 46 Cal.3d 287, 296.) Accordingly, a party urging overruling a precedent faces a rightly onerous task, the difficulty of which is roughly proportional to a number of factors, including the age of the precedent, the nature and extent of public and private reliance on it, and its consistency or inconsistency with other related rules of law.

    English-Chinese law dictionary (法律英汉双解大词典) > Stare Decisis

  • 4 stare decisis

    1) юр., лат. стоять на решенном ( дословно)
    2) юр., лат. господствующая сила прецедента (основополагающий принцип прецедентного права, согласно которому предыдущие судебные решения являются обязательными для аналогичных последующих судебных дел)
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    "старе дисизис" (лат.): придерживаться решенных вещей или принципов; принцип обычного права, согласно которому суды неохотно идут против прецедентов, установленных предыдущими судебными решениями (прецедент является ведущим фактором при принятии решения).

    Англо-русский экономический словарь > stare decisis

  • 5 stare decisis

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  • 6 stare decisis

    лат., юр.
    1) букв. "стоять на решенном"
    2) господствующая сила прецедента (при выработке решения суда)

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > stare decisis

  • 7 stare decisis

    Юридический термин: "стоять на решённом", (доктрина) судебного прецедента, обязывающая сила прецедентов

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь > stare decisis

  • 8 stare decisis

    ההחלטה עומדת (בלטינית - ביטוי שכוונתו כי יש לנהוג תמיד לפי תקדימים משפטיים)
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    (םייטפשמ םימידקת יפל דימת גוהנל שי יכ ותנווכש יוטיב - תיניטלב) תדמוע הטלחהה

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  • 9 stare decisis

    ['stɑ:ri di'saisis]
    [拉]照章辦事

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  • 10 stare decisis

    staand besluit (in latijns - uitdrukking met doel zich volgens gerechtelijke precedent (gebruik) te gedragen)

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  • 11 stare decisis

    юр, лат
    "стоять на решенном" ("принятое решение остается в силе")
    Принцип общего права [common law], применяемого в США, согласно которому решение, принятое судом более высокой инстанции (обычно Верховным судом США или штата), имеет силу прецедента и становится обязательным для всех аналогичных дел и для всех судов низшей инстанции и остается таковым до принятия нового решения с отменой предыдущего

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  • 12 Stare decisis

    "JURIST's browsable dictionary":
    The doctrine that, when a court has once laid down a principle of law applicable to a certain set of facts, it will adhere to that principle and apply it to future cases where the facts are substantially the same. This is a defining characteristic of the common law system followed in the U.S., Great Britain, and a few other nations.

    English-Chinese law dictionary (法律英汉双解大词典) > Stare decisis

  • 13 stare decisis

    "LAW.COM Dictionary":
    : (stah-ree duh-sigh-sis) n. Latin for "to stand by a decision," the doctrine that a trial court is bound by appellate court decisions (precedents) on a legal question which is raised in the lower court. Reliance on such precedents is required of trial courts until such time as an appellate court changes the rule, for the trial court cannot ignore the precedent (even when the trial judge believes it is "bad law").
    See also: appellate court lower court precedent

    English-Chinese law dictionary (法律英汉双解大词典) > stare decisis

  • 14 stare decisis

    лат.
    "стоять на решённом", обязывающая сила прецедентов

    Англо-русский юридический словарь > stare decisis

  • 15 stare decisis

    v.
    acatar las decisiones, mantenerse con las cosas decididas, observar los procedentes.

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  • 16 stare decisis

    決定は置かれている (ラテン語 - 法的前例に常に従うべきだと表現するのに使われる)

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  • 17 stare decisis et non quieta movere

    юр., лат. = stare decisis

    Англо-русский экономический словарь > stare decisis et non quieta movere

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  • Stare decisis — (Anglo Latin pronunciation: /ˈstɛəri dɨˈsaɪsɨs]) is a legal principle by which judges are obliged to respect the precedents established by prior decisions. The words originate from the phrasing of the principle in the Latin maxim Stare decisis et …   Wikipedia

  • stare decisis — sta·re de·ci·sis / ster ē di sī sis, stär ē ; stä rā dā kē sēs/ n [New Latin, to stand by things that have been settled]: the doctrine under which courts adhere to precedent on questions of law in order to insure certainty, consistency, and… …   Law dictionary

  • Stare decisis — [ˈstaːre deːˈkiːsiːs], Lateinisch für „bei früheren Entscheidungen bleiben“, ist ein wichtiges Konzept in der Justiz, insbesondere in dem vom sogenannten Fallrecht dominierten anglo amerikanischen Rechtskreis. Dort darf ein Richter ein früheres… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Stare decisis — es una locución latina, que se traduce interpretativamente como mantenerse con las cosas decididas , utilizada en derecho para referirse a la doctrina según la cual las sentencias dictadas por un tribunal crean precedente judicial y vinculan como …   Wikipedia Español

  • stare decisis — Latin, lit. “to stand by things decided.” …   Etymology dictionary

  • stare decisis — [ster΄ē di sī′sis] n. [L, to stand by things decided] a policy of law that requires courts to abide by laws and precedents previously laid down as applicable to a similar set of facts …   English World dictionary

  • stare decisis — The doctrine or principle that decisions should stand as precedents for guidance in cases arising in the future. A strong judicial policy that the determination of a point of law by a court will generally be followed by a court of the same or a… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Stare decisis — Règle du précédent La règle du précédent ou stare decisis (latin: rester sur la décision) est une règle de droit s appliquant particulièrement dans les pays de common law, c est à dire le Royaume Uni (l Écosse faisant en partie exception), et… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • stare decisis — /stair ee di suy sis/, Law. the doctrine that rules or principles of law on which a court rested a previous decision are authoritative in all future cases in which the facts are substantially the same. [1855 60; < L stare decisis to stand by… …   Universalium

  • Stare Decisis — A Latin term meaning to stand by that which is decided . Stare decisis is a legal principle which dictates that courts cannot disregard the standard. The court must uphold prior decisions. In essence, this legal principle dictates that once a law …   Investment dictionary

  • stare decisis — (latín: que la decisión se mantenga). En el common law, principio jurídico conforme al cual, cuando se trata de cuestiones de derecho los tribunales deben atenerse a la jurisprudencia para asegurar la certeza, coherencia y estabilidad en la… …   Enciclopedia Universal

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