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    can somebody explain how to find ratio decidendi .. for example for a case walker v commissioner of police
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    Look at the law reports; they summarise. It is not difficult.

    Remember, ratio is strictly the reason the decision was reached (X = Y). If this were the case, then our decision might be different is dicta. When you're reading summaries, note that these suppositions are not what you're looking for.
 
 
 
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