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The ratio for decision of a particular case or the principle of law on which the decision of a particular case
is based is known as its ratio ‘decidendi’. Salmond defines ratio ‘decidendi’ as under:
“The concrete decision is binding between the parties to it, but it is the abstract ratio decidendi which
alone has the force of law as regards the world at large

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