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Interpretation of Statutes - April/May 2009 Backlog (Old)

Question Type Question  
Long Define Statute. Discuss the classification of statutes for the purpose of Interpretation.
Long What do you mean by Interpretation? What are the general principles of Interpretation?
Long Explain Grammatical Rule of Interpretation. What are its limitations?
Long Discuss the Golden Rule of Interpretation. How is it different from literal rule?
Long Explain the Beneficial Construction of Statutes with the help of decided cases.
Long Discuss the doctrine of Harmonious Construction with the help of relevant case law.
Long Explain the importance of statement of objects of Legislation, and Legislative Debates in interpretation of Statutes.
Long Discuss the significance of preamble, title and interpretation clause in interpretation of statutes.
Long What is repeal? Explain the effect of repeal of statutes.
Long What are the principles of interpretation to avoid conflict between parent legislation and subordinate legislation?
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