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Interpretation of Statutes - August/September 2005

Question Type Question  
Long What is interpretation? Distinguish between interpretation and Construction.
Long Explain the general principles of Interpretation.
Long Explain the Primary rule of Interpretation of Statutes.
Long What are the conditions under which the rule of Ejusdem Generis applies in the interpretation of Statutes?
Long Write a note on Judicial Restraint and Judicial Review.
Long Discuss the doctrine of Harmonious Construction with the help of decided cases.
Long What do you understand by External aids to the construction of a Statute? Discuss
Long "Explanation and Provisos are aids to the construction of Statute". Explain.
Long What do you mean by Doctrine of Prospective Overruling? Under what circumstances the Supreme Court can over rule its own decisions.
Long Explain the significance of Judicial Review and enlist the objections to the Judicial Review.
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