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''An issue presenting no real controversy.''
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''An issue presenting no real controversy.''  
  
''Moot'' refers to a subject for academic argument. It is an abstract question that does not arise from existing facts or rights.
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''Moot'' refers to a subject for academic argument. It is an abstract question that does not arise from existing facts or rights.  
  
''Moot court'' is a cocurricular or extracurricular activity in law school where students have the opportunity to write briefs and present oral arguments on hypothetical cases.
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''Moot court'' is a cocurricular or extracurricular activity in law school where students have the opportunity to write briefs and present oral arguments on hypothetical cases.  
 
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Revision as of 23:17, 10 August 2010

An issue presenting no real controversy.

Moot refers to a subject for academic argument. It is an abstract question that does not arise from existing facts or rights.

Moot court is a cocurricular or extracurricular activity in law school where students have the opportunity to write briefs and present oral arguments on hypothetical cases.

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