Common law is system of case law developed by judges, courts, and similar tribunals. The significance of common law is that a court not only reaches a decision that affects the litigant(s), but also that the court gives reasons for its decision and those reasons (or "rationes decidendi") agglomerate with earlier decisions to form a body of legal principles that are binding on everybody else (and in addition have precedential effect on future cases). MORE
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