Concept of Obiter Dicta - Explained
By Mayank ShekharPublished on 24 Sep 2016 4:31 AM GMT
Introduction to Obiter Dicta The judge may go on to speculate about what his decision would or might have been if the facts of the case had been different. This is an obiter dictum. Obiter Dicta: Origin, Meaning and Explanation – Read Here The binding part of a judicial decision is the ratio decidendi. An obiter dictum is not binding in… Read More »
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