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What are judge made laws?

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Judge made laws are the legal doctrines established by judicial precedents rather than by a statute. In other words, judge interprets a law in such a way to create a new law. They are also known as case law. Judge made laws are based on the legal principle "stare decisis" which means to stand by that which is decided.
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