The Methods of Legal Reasoning

Part of the Law and Philosophy Library book series (LAPS, volume 8)

In section 1.2.1 supra, I made the preliminary distinction between easy and hard cases. In easy cases, the decision follows from a set of premises solely consisting of a legal rule, a description of the facts of the case, and perhaps also some other premises that are easy to prove.

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Income Coherence Assure Sine Tated 

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