Etymology origin D e r i v e originate or grow Te r m word or ex pr ess i on

Etymology origin d e r i v e originate or grow te r m

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Etymology (=origin) D e r i v e (=originate or grow) Te r m (=word or ex pr ess i on ) Meaning of the P h r as e I n t e r p r e t a t i o n of Law : The terms in t e rpr e t a t io n and la w respectively means u nd e r s t a nd i n g and r ule . Thus the ph r as e i nterpr e ta ti on of l aw means und e r s t a nd in g of r ule . Phrase ( = ex pr ess i on ) Meaning of the T e r m I n t e r p r e t at i o n A cc o r d i n g to B l ac k s Law D i c t i o n a r y Edition 8 t h : The p r o cess of d e t e r mini ng what something especially the law or legal document means. P r o cess (= me thod ) D e t e r mi n e (=decide) Especially (=particularly or m a in ly ) J o hn Salmond & Concept of Inte r pr e ta t io n of La w : According to John Salmond, the phrase i nterpr e ta ti on of l aw means the process by which court seeks t o decide the meanings of law. According to him there are two kinds of i nterpr e ta ti on: (1) Grammatical Interpretation & (2) Logical Interpretation Concept ( = i d ea ) Seek (=search for) (1) G r am m at i c al I n t e r p r e t at i o n : The term g r a mm a t ic a l’ refers to the r ules of language that govern the s t r u c t u r e of a se n t e n ce . In g r a mm a t i ca l interpretation of law, language rules are applied to understand the meaning of l aw . Gr am m a r (=language rules) Go v e r n (=manage) S t r u c t u r e (= arrangement)
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© C op y r i gh t Virtual Un i v e r s i ty of Pakistan 29 29 MGT621 VU What F a c t o r s A ff e c t s G r a mm a t i c al I n t e r p r e t at i o n of Law : Affect (=have an effect on) Following factors affect the process of true grammatical i nterpr e ta ti on: (a)Ambiguous language. (b) Inconsistency & (c) I n c o m p l e t e n ess Ambiguous La ng ua g e : The term a m b ig uo u s means doub t f ul’ or u n c le a r . Sometimes, a sentence or part of a sentence produces two or more different meanings causing vagueness or elusiveness in understanding the law; under such situation, it is the duty of the court to logically determine the real meaning of the sentence by establishing the more n at u r al , consonant and obvious meaning of the sentence. N at u r al (= nor ma l ) Consonant (=suitable) Obvious ( = c l ea r ) Inconsistency in the Construction of La w : The term i n c on s i s t e n c y means c on t r a d i c t i on or d i sc r e p a n c y . Where different parts of law are i n c on t r a d i c t ion with one another in such a manner that they d es t r o y and nullify the s p i r i t of law, it becomes the duty of court to logically discover the true intention of the le gis la t u r e and make the parts of law consistent with one another. Con s t r u c t i o n (=structure) C on t r a d i c t ion (=disagreement or d i sc r e p a n c y )) D es t r o y (=pull down) Nullify (=cancel out) Spirit ( = w ill or force) L e g i s l at u r e (=parliament or law making bod y ) Consistent ( = d e p e nd a b l e ) Incompleteness of Law : The term i nc o mpl e t e n ess means la ck
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