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by F. A. R. Bennion
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Statutory interpretation is the process by which courts interpret and apply legislation. Some amount of interpretation is often necessary when a case involves a statute. Sometimes the words of a statute have a plain and a straightforward meaning. But in many cases, there is some ambiguity or vagueness in the words of the statute that must be resolved by the judge
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Drafting and Interpretation. Bennion This book lays down most lucidly the fundamentals of common law legislation, the drafting techniques and the interpretation principles
Drafting and Interpretation. Written by the leading authority on statutory interpretation - his text of that name is the practitioner bible. This book lays down most lucidly the fundamentals of common law legislation, the drafting techniques and the interpretation principles. In his voluminous treatise on Interpretation, Bennion has seminally carved out new spheres of interpretative jurisprudence and this book could be said to be a prologue to the main treatise.
STATUTORY INTERPRETATION THE PROBLEM OF INTERPRETATION . Bennion (Statute Law, 1990), has identified a number of factors that may cause doubt: 1. The draftsman may refrain from using certain words that he or she regards as necessarily implied
STATUTORY INTERPRETATION THE PROBLEM OF INTERPRETATION . The draftsman may refrain from using certain words that he or she regards as necessarily implied. The problem here is that the users may not realise that this is the case.
In this book, Francis Bennion distills forty years of his prolific writings on statute law and statutory interpretation to provide . The author was formerly one of the Parliamentary Counsel, responsible for drafting British legislation.
In this book, Francis Bennion distills forty years of his prolific writings on statute law and statutory interpretation to provide valuable guidance on statutory interpretation applicable to all common law jurisdictions. Format Paperback 256 pages.