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LAWS1141 Take Home Statutory Interpretation Question

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Statutory Interpretation Assignment involving problem question and essay. Worth 30% of course. High credit. Semester 1 2016. Well thought out reasoning on textual, contextual and purposive approach to statutory interpretation.

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The conduct in question refers to Bale’s unauthorised disclosure, ‘AFP Bribery Scandal,’2 to which the claimant asserts to pertain to a special intelligence operation (SIO). Unauthorised Disclosure of Information Relating to an SIO As a general rule, s 35P(1) is satisfied if (a) the person discloses information and (b) the information relates to an SIO3. (a) The person discloses information without authority. Interpretation of s 35P(1) must ‘begin with a consideration of the text itself’4 to determine the ordinary meaning5 of the words. ‘Disclosure,’ as per the Act, is intended to ‘include the making available of information to others by any means’6. In the circumstance of Bale, it is credible that literal interpret...
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