Statutory Interpretation in Australia : Delegated Legislation
Pearce, D. C.
Problem of interpretation. Parliaments and other bodies pour out a
steady flow of written laws that affect all our activities. It is thus not
surprising to find that the courts are frequently concerned with cases that
turn upon the meaning of a particular piece of legislation. In Australia, a
rough sample shows that in forty per centum of recent reported cases the
courts were required to rule upon the meaning of some legislative
instrument. In a further thirty per centum of cases the...[Show more]
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