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Statutory Interpretation Assignment

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2 part assessment; 1. Case study. 2. essay on : JUDGES ROLE IN STATUTORY INTERPRETATION. MISCHIEF, GOLDEN AND LITERAL RULES, judicial activism, purpose rule.

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Law Philosophy of law Legal history Purposive approach Statutory interpretation Plain meaning rule Judicial interpretation Interpretation Golden rule Mischief rule Bar Review Michael Kirby
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Law Philosophy of law Legal history Purposive approach Statutory interpretation Plain meaning rule Judicial interpretation Interpretation Golden rule Mischief rule Bar Review Michael Kirby
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Date of Assent: 15 April 1954. The purpose is for the interpretation of Queensland Acts. DEFINITIONS Purpose: An Act's purpose, includes policy objective. Ordinary meaning: means the ordinary meaning conveyed by a provision having regard to its context in the Act and to the purpose of the Act. SECTION 14A - INTERPRETATION BEST ACHIEVING ACT'S PURPOSE The interpretation that will’ best achieve the purpose of the Act’ is preferred, rather than any other form of interpretation. Criminal liability is not created, even if the Act's purpose is declared expressly. Section applicable for Acts passed after 30 June 1991. SECTION 14B - USE OF EXTRINSIC MATERIAL IN INTERPRETATION Extrinsic material consideration to interpretation may arise if the provision is ‘ambiguous or obscure’1, if the ordinary meaning results in an ‘a...
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