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Remarks of a Judge, Which Are Made Casually and Are Not Relevant to the Case-in-hand Are Known as - Legal Reasoning

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MCQ

Remarks of a judge, which are made casually and are not relevant to the case-in-hand are known as

Options

  • Obiter dicta

  • Ratio decidendi

  • Precedent

  • Binding source of law

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Solution

Obiter dicta

Concept: Legal Terms and Maxims (Entrance Exam)
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