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Difference between Be a case in point and Be the case

be a case in pointbe a particular instance of smth.:

  • People have changed their minds about the Common market, and Mr. Stonchouse is a case in point.

be the case—(often negat.) be a fact; be true:

  • Please contact the rightful owner directly to confirm their interest to sell and if this is the case, to negotiate price.