Re-Interpretation of Statutes
Re-Interpretation of Statutes is a re-conceptualisation (and, therefore, not a second edition) of the author's The Interpretation of Statutes (published in 1986). It deals with a conventional legal discipline (
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Re-Interpretation of Statutes is a re-conceptualisation (and, therefore, not a second edition) of the author's The Interpretation of Statutes (published in 1986). It deals with a conventional legal discipline (interpretation of statutes) in an unconventional manner. This has become necessary due to drastic shifts and changes in the area of statutory and constitutional interpretation over the last decade.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 - Enacted law-texts: (law-)texts among (law-)texts
Chapter 2 - Statute law as source of law
Chapter 3 - The hierarchy, status and mode of citation of legislation
Chapter 4 - The genesis and demise of legislation
Chapter 5 - Theories of statutory interpretation
Chapter 6 - Canon-like waymarks for interpretation
Chapter 7 - The impact of constitutional interpretation on statutory interpretation
Chapter 8 - The presumptions
Chapter 9 - Grammatical interpretation
Chapter 10 - Systematic interpretation
Chapter 11 - Teleological interpretation
Chapter 12 - Historical interpretation
Chapter 13 - Comparative interpretation