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I m currently in first year llb....I have a legal methods assignment to identify a appellants arguments....and aid and approaches. I am looking for guidance on how to identify these from the judgement.
Generally when you have a Judgment it will start - Mr/Miss (Barrister name) submitted that: xxxxxx
This is what they are saying in support of their claim.
For example here it starts at para 26
Does that help?