Stare decisis – promoting bad HOA statutes

Stare decisis was a very big issue in today’s SCOTUS hearing on Roe v. Wade.   Should this long held precedent be supported or not followed for reasons of “bad law” as argued by some.  The principles governing  stare decisis are, as should be expected, very complicated, so here’s the short of it as best I can determine.

Alexander Hamilton explained that “[t]o avoid arbitrary discretion in the courts, it is indispensable that they should be bound down by strict rules and precedents.”   But it is not a “mechanical formula” or “not set in stone.” The issues dealt with “strong grounds” because “the Court’s willingness to overrule its past decisions is the only way to correct an erroneous constitutional interpretation.”  Was the precedent wrong in the first place (as now being argued with Roe)?  Whether “less harm will result from overruling the decision than from allowing it to stand?

Advocates must make the courts realize that most of the HOA statutes in every state must be overruled on constitutional grounds.  Otherwise, homeowners will never be able to rise out of the muck and recapture true US citizenship.

One thought on “Stare decisis – promoting bad HOA statutes”

  1. Well, everything done in the name of the alleged ” rule of law ” or ” STARE DECISIS by government bad actors is why America is now in a state of decline and it has fallen into bad times and this quandy trying to fix the injustices of the American society may be a day late and da dollar short. The HOA should be sued with all of its lawyers who knowingly violate the Constitution, Bill or Rights and common sense.

    Hope you put your knowledge of these matters in the office of smart attorneys who would love to sue these bastards.

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