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What is 'neutral citation'?

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Neutral citation, introduced in 2001, is a standardized way of referencing judicial decisions from the High Court, Court of Appeal, Supreme Court, and Privy Council. It provides a unique identifier for each judgment, making legal research more straightforward. Magistrates' courts and County Courts are not courts of record, hence their decisions are not subject to neutral citation.

Key Point: Neutral citations are essential for accurately referencing and accessing legal judgments, ensuring clarity and consistency in legal documentation and research.

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