As we saw in Chapter 3, the High Court has three types of jurisdiction, namely first instance, appellate and supervisory. This classification becomes relevant again in the context of the doctrine of precedent because the High Court’s attitude to its own decisions will depend to some extent on the jurisdiction which is being exercised. The various jurisdictions will now be considered in turn.
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