Persuassive Decision on Tamil Refugees (Updated)

11th Jan 2011 Comments Off on Persuassive Decision on Tamil Refugees (Updated)

A persuasive decision is a decision that is considered to have persuasive value in developing consistent jurisprudence. They provide clear, complete, and concise reasons with respect to the particular element that is thought to have persuasive value, and consider all of the relevant issues in a case. Other members are encouraged to rely upon persuasive decisions in the interests of consistency.

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