External Aids to Construction | Explained

By | March 29, 2017
Interpretation of Statutes

Last Updated on 1 year by Admin LB Introduction When internal aids are not adequate, the court has to take recourse to external aids. External Aids may be parliamentary material, historical background, reports of a committee or a commission, official statement, dictionary meanings, foreign decisions, etc. In Prabhakar Rao and others v. State of A.P. and others[1],  O. Chennappa, Reddy J. has observed:...

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