Reasons for the Interpretation of Legislation
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Reasons for the Interpretation of Legislation

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    Leonel A.
    CM
    Leonel A.

    In my modest opinion, this topic i.e. the reasons for the interpretation of legislation, should come before the topic on how the court actually interpretes past decisions and not after as it is the case. As such, it will be more coherent and chronological.

    Sophia M.
    US
    Sophia M.

    Judges do not make laws only decisions.

    Timothy O.
    KE
    Timothy O.

    Reason for the interpretation of legislation are for drafting difficulties,applying legislation in the future and Inconsistencies in legislation and other laws.

    Timothy O.
    KE
    Timothy O.

    Discuss the Drafting difficulties as the reason of interpretation of legislation

    Zachary B.
    US
    Zachary B.

    How do judges make laws?

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