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Textbooks Are Always Referring to 'Obiter Dicta' (Sometimes Shortened to Just Dicta). What Are 'Obiter Dicta'? - Legal Reasoning

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Textbooks are always referring to 'obiter dicta' (sometimes shortened to just dicta). What are 'obiter dicta'?

Options

  • The binding part of a judgement

  • Things said by the way

  • The discussion between judges in court

  • The arguments made by counsel in court

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Solution

Things said by the way

Concept: Legal Terms and Maxims (Entrance Exam)
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