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Interpretation of Statutes - July/August 2007

Question Type Question  
Long Define a Statute and explain the classification of Statutes.
Long What is Construction? Explain the rules of construction under the General Clauses Act, 1897
Long Explain Golden Rule of Interpretation of Statutes. Are there any exceptions to the application of the Rule?
Long Explain with the help of relevant cases, the Mischief Rule of Interpretation.
Long Explain the interpretation of Penal Statutes and Statutes of Taxation.
Long Explain the doctrine of Harmonious Construction with the help of decided cases.
Long Discuss the utility of External Aids to Interpretation with suitable illustration.
Long Describe the various Internal Aids to Interpretation with special reference to Interpretation clause.
Long What is Repeal of a Statute? What is the effect of repealing of Statute, as envisaged under the General Clauses Act, 1897?
Long Write a note on different methods of interpreting substantive and procedural law.
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