n Without Prejudice - Is an outcomes-based Constitutional Court really such a bad thing? : the law
|Article Title||Is an outcomes-based Constitutional Court really such a bad thing? : the law|
|© Publisher:||JetBlue Publishers (Pty) Ltd|
|Publication Date||May 2008|
|Pages||36 - 37|
Professor Woolman wrote in the April edition of without prejudice that "our Constitutional Court often operates like a court interpreting a code in a civil system: there is the code; there are discrete disputes; there are outcomes". I do not take issue with the arguments he raised in his note. This one line from his note simply raised the following question in my mind: Why does the Constitutional Court behave in this way (from time to time)?
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