Persuasive authority

Persuasive authority – in the area of Court Trials in some jurisdictions this phrase refers to the law sources which the judges use to decide fairly a lawsuit. But this is not the court precedent; more like the various revious of the laws and similar practice of surrounding courts – which are called in this case “persuative precedent” – a non-binding precedent which the judge is not obliged to follow.

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