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How should one properly request that an answer be justified?

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Is it appropriate to make major changes to somebody's question?

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Can I ask for a reference?

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Are questions about law books on-topic?

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Is how to avoid legal issues in scope

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Is this question off-topic?

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Nevada Vengeance

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Improper removal of an OP's contract-law question

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Examples of a legal advice question and an on-topic one

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This question is downvoted but it has many answers which carry upvotes

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Are legal questions about events involving public figures on-topic?

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General title, body suggests jurisdiction, tag requires jurisdiction, terms imply jurisdiction but don't unambiguously say so

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Answering in regard to a different jurisdiction than specified in the question

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Are we answering homework/assignment questions?

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What are the standards and procedures for banning posters?

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Is this question on topic?

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Question about legal aplication of moderation

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What is the proper place to voice my dissatisfaction with moderator behaviour?

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The standard for what is a "law" for the purposes of this site

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Is "Why would a given thing require/not require a notary" on topic?

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Can we auto-comment on a close vote?

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Can I please get some help solving my problem in a way that fits well with law SE?

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Articles by experienced users?

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Legal theory and deference of a corporate law question de lege ferenda to https://money.stackexchange.com/

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Are etymology of legal terms on-topic?

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How can I find out about redaction practices?

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Is asking for case citations a "list question?"

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What's the [rights] tag for?

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Asking if there is a jurisdiction which has (or has not) a law about something

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Where can closed, more opinionated but still juridical, questions be asked?