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precedent

[pres′ədənt]
Etymology: L, praecedere, to go before
a previously adjudged decision that serves as an authority in a similar case.

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precedent

(pre′sĕ-dĕnt) [L. praecedere, to go before, precede]
In law, an action, ruling, or verdict that may be used as an example to be followed in the future.

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However, he fails to note that where duly constituted diocesan architectural committees have embraced its principles and wording, EACW has assumed the binding authority to wreak havoc on old churches and new.
And the other positive step that would be taken is that, whereas now the commission can only make recommendations to the federal government once it reviews a claim that has been rejected -- and that could take two or three years as well, and at the end of the day we recommend whether or not the government should now accept the claim -- the change under our annual report is that we would have binding authority to make those decisions, so they would no longer just be recommendations.
You have some courts making decisions and others that haven't addressed it yet, then [the latter] look to other courts because they have no binding authority in their own courts to guide them," says Richard Olivieri, a NY-based attorney.