Statutory interpretation, Business Law and Ethics


Conversely the precise connotation of a law written in an Act may cause a legal dispute.  So this is so because, even though the law is written and can therefore be read through any literate person, some of the words thereof may not connotat the same thing to different readers.  Thus this fact has been confirmed through the arguments adduced in court through parties to such disputes.

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