Role of Courts
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Role of Courts

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    Timothy O.
    KE
    Timothy O.

    The role of courts in the interpretation of legislation is to give effect to the purpose of parliament in enacting the legislation, i.e. to put into effect parliament's objective, goal or reason for passing the law.

    Timothy O.
    KE
    Timothy O.

    What are other materials that are called extrinsic material?

    Edwin I.
    NG
    Edwin I.

    The functions of the court is to make sure that process and procedure of the parliament are being carried effectively in the court .

    Zachary B.
    US
    Zachary B.

    How do judges make laws?

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