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Cross: Statutory Interpretation

Cross: Statutory Interpretation

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  • Brand: Oxford University Press
  • Edition: 3 Ed Rp 2017 - South Asia Edition
  • ISBN 13 9780198808459
  • Approx. Pages 211 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 21 x 14 cms
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Description
Ever since its first publication in 1976. Cross: Statutory Interpretation has remained unrivalled as concise, systematic introduction to the general principles of statutory interpretation. Cited in the House of Lords and in academic writings alike, it holds a distinctive and highly regarded place in legal literature/ This third edition updates Cross's perceptive and authoritative insights and makes them available to a new generation of students. Practitioners and academics will also find it to be an accessible source of reference, as well as affording an up-to-date conspectus of the practice of the courts in this central feature of English law. Completely up to date, the new edition provides a comprehensive analysis of the contemporary approach of English Courts to the interpretation of statutes. The latest case law developments are incorporated, most importantly Pepper v Hart which has necessitated extensive changes throughout the text. This edition explores the increasing importance of developments in European law, both in EC law and its implementation in domestic law and the impact of the European Convention on Human Rights. The text also incorporates analysis of the latest significant jurisprudential literature, as well as a review of statutory drafting which contracts the drafting of EC legislation with that of domestic law.
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Contents
Chapter 1    Historical
Chapter 2    Jurisprudential
Chapter 3    The Basic Rules Stated
Chapter 4    The Basic Rules Illustrated
Chapter 5    Internal Aids to Construction
Chapter 6    External Aids to Construction
Chapter 7    Presumptions
Chapter 8    Concluding Questions
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Author Details
John Bell

Professor of Public and Comparative Law, University of Leeds
Sir George Engle, KCB, MA, QC
Formerly First Parliamentary Counsel
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