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This section of the book Constitutionalism - Human Rights - Separation of Powers: The Cyprus Precedent contains preface. Judicial review as fashioned under Article 146 is modeled on the continental precedent, finding application not only in France but in many other countries of continental Europe too. The rule of binding precedent, a notable aspect of English law, finds application in Cyprus as in many other common law countries. Binding is the principle emerging from the application of the law to the resolution of the issue in dispute.

Keywords: Article 146; English law; human rights

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