Definition of Precedently. Meaning of Precedently. Synonyms of Precedently

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Definition of Precedently

Precedently
Precedently Pre*ced"ent*ly, adv. Beforehand; antecedently.

Meaning of Precedently from wikipedia

- A precedent is a principle or rule established in a previous legal case that is either binding on or persuasive for a court or other tribunal when deciding...
- condition precedent is an event or state of affairs that is required before something else will occur. In contract law, a condition precedent is an event...
- (株式会社アリオラジャパン, Kabushiki Kaisha Ariora ****an), is a ****anese record label precedently part of BMG ****an and now subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment ****an...
- Retrieved February 19, 2017. Morehouse, Lee (January 31, 2017). "Trump breaks precedent, files as candidate for re-election on first day". Phoenix, Arizona: KTVK...
- disembarking, and the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut, established precedents for the pattern of representative self-government and constitutionalism...
- business of the Senate, and interpret the Senate's rules, practices and precedents. Many non-member officers are also hired to run various day-to-day functions...
- January 2020). "Scale of China's Wuhan Shutdown Is Believed to Be Without Precedent". The New York Times. Retrieved 7 April 2020. 武汉肺炎病毒持续扩散 湖北下令封15个城市 (in...
- unilaterally prorogued the Parliament of Northern Ireland, setting a precedent relevant to contemporary devolved institutions. In practice, it would...
- tradition established during British rule. Local courts may refer to precedents set in English law and overseas jurisprudence. However, interpretative...
- America Act prior to 1982), affirmed governance based on parliamentary precedent and divided powers between the federal and provincial governments. The...
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