|Posted on September 27, 2020 at 1:30 AM||comments (0)|
Court decisions need to contain reasons why the Court arrived to such a decision. This applies not only to judgements but also to decrees. If a decision does not contain any reasons, then, this gives rise to a breach of one's human rights. Why is this so? Because, if a decisions does not contain any reasons, then one's right to contest the judgement or decree is being effectively hampered or denied.
One might ask, if the Court decided against or...Read Full Post »