Answer to Question #181483 in British Law for clarissa

Answer to Question #181483 in British Law for clarissa

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Question #181483

In its report, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission found that our courts’ inability to take a stand against the onslaught of apartheid legislation was due to various factors. Which one of the following was not listed as a factor? (1) The principle that judges could only administer law and not create it (2) The doctrine of parliamentary sovereignty 3) Legal positivism (4) The application of Roman-Dutch law

Expert’s answer

(1) The principle that judges could only administer law and not create it

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