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A court whose decisions may be overruled by another court on appeal.
- ‘And then, to compound the crisis further, litigants challenge the orders of a lower court in a higher court.’
- ‘An appeal is allowed if the decision of the lower court is wrong.’
- ‘However, at least one court should review the decision of the lower court.’
- ‘Under the new practice, the decision of the lower court will attract much greater significance.’
- ‘There will also be a spectrum of appropriate respect depending on the nature of the decision of the lower court which is challenged.’
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