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Bennion on statute law

Francis Alan Roscoe Bennion

Bennion on statute law

by Francis Alan Roscoe Bennion

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Published by Longman in Harlow .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.,
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Statutes -- Great Britain.,
    • Law -- Great Britain -- Interpretation and construction.,
    • Bill drafting -- Great Britain.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementF.A.R. Bennion.
      SeriesLongman practitioner series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKD691 .B46 1990
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxl, 373 p. ;
      Number of Pages373
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1978469M
      ISBN 100851215807
      LC Control Number90221847

      The electronic Irish Statute Book (eISB) includes Acts of the Oireachtas and Statutory Instruments, the official versions of which remain the printed versions published by Government can track amendments to legislation, access the Constitution and a selection of pre legislation while links to external legislation resources are also provided. These statutes are drafted and interpreted according to a uniform system of rules, presumptions, principles and canons evolved over centuries by common law judges. In this book, Francis Bennion distills forty years of his prolific writings on statute law and statutory interpretation to providevaluable guidance on statutory interpretation.

      Booktopia has Understanding Common Law Legislation, Drafting and Interpretation by F.A.R. Bennion. Buy a discounted Paperback of Understanding Common Law . BENNION'S STATUTORY INTERPRETATION JOHN BELL* For many years, statutory interpretation, dubbed a non-subject by Lord not be referred to this book, but to the author's smaller book, Statute Law (2nd ed, ), even though that book really deals with a different subject matter. The.

      A linguistic canon reflects the nature and use of non-legal language. An Act is read as a whole. Except in a consolidation Act, different words are given different meanings and the same words the same meaning. If there is no sensible meaning, the word will be disregarded. Latin maxims include: noscitur a sociis (it is recognised by its associates), ejusdem generis (of the same kind or nature. Get this from a library! Bennion on statutory interpretation. [Diggory Bailey; Luke Norbury; David Feldman; Francis Alan Roscoe Bennion] -- "[This book is a] guide to understanding, interpreting and applying legislation Key features [include]: comprehensive and up to date account of statutory interpretation; logical structure and.


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Bennion on statute law. [Francis Alan Roscoe Bennion] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Print book: English: 3rd edView all editions and formats: Summary. Bennion on Statutory Interpretation is the leading work on statutory interpretation.

It provides a clear and comprehensive guide to understanding, interpreting and applying legislation. Regularly used by practitioners and academics, and frequently cited in judgments throughout the common law world, it is a trusted and authoritative : Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more.

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Bennion on Statutory Interpretation is the leading work on the interpretation of legislation and essential reading for all those who practise law, whether drafting legislation, administering it, advising on it or arguing it in court.

Understanding Common Law Legislation Drafting and Interpretation F.A.R. Bennion. Explains the system of interpretation common to British, Commonwealth, and United States legislation under the common law ; Shows how the traditional method of statutory interpretation interlocks with the new system under the Human Rights Act ().

These statutes are drafted and interpreted according to a uniform system of rules, presumptions, principles and canons evolved over centuries by common law judges. In this book, Francis Bennion distills forty years of his prolific writings on statute law and statutory interpretation to provide valuable guidance on statutory interpretation.

The Irish Statute Book: A Guide to Irish Legislation. It is widely accepted that the Irish Statute Book is in a terminal state of disorder. This book examines present state of the Irish Statute Book in the context of a principle which is imposed on all citizens – that is, ignorance of the law is no defence, and questions whether the State and our legal system's reliance on that principle.

Statute law is pervasive, with legislation in every field of law. Bennion’s book provides a unique insight into the principles of interpretation as well as a good commentary on a major part of constitutional law.

In particular, any student would do well to read at least Division One of the book, which includes a breakdown of the structure of. Bennion on Statute Law Part II - Statutory Interpretation *** Page - Chapter Nine Guides to Legislative Intention I: Rules of Construction As we saw in the previous chapter, the law lays down various guides to legislative intention, or interpretative criteria.

Now examining these more closely we see that they can be identified as. The chief books are Statute Law (Longman, third edition ), Halsbury's Laws of England, Title Statutes (Butterworths, 4th edition reissue ), and Bennion on Statutory Interpretation (LexisNexis Butterworths, fifth edition ).

Book Reviews Issue Navigation. Vol Issue 2, June Bennion on Statutory Interpretation. Ross Carter. Statute Law Review, Vol Issue 2, JunePages –, Statute Law Review, Vol Issue 2, JunePages – This book is a distillation of a larger work Bennion on Statutory Interpretation.

It consists of an introduction and eighteen chapters each summarized at the end. The common law system presented here is called the Global method both because it is worldwide and because it requires the interpreter to take every relevant consideration into account, including (under the doctrine of precedent.

There are other books about interpretation. I am not going to do a comparison in this review, but I will say that I have not found Bennion to be quite enough. For example, I have on occasions used Odgers' Construction of Deeds and Statutes. The last edition of that excellent book 5/5(1).

This chapter explains the concept common law statutes, stressing that the laws governing common law countries are now mostly enactments of a democratic parliament, mediated by common law rules of interpretation. The basic unit of legislation is the enactment, consisting of a distinct proposition of law.

It needs an informed construction, which is explained. Hardcover: pages Publisher: Butterworths Law; 4Rev Ed edition (March ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Shipping Weight: pounds Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a review Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7, in Books (See Top in Books) # in Non-US Legal Systems (Books)Author: Francis A.R.

Bennion. The statutes subject to this interpretative regime may be called common law statutes. They are the main subject of this book, along with the said uniform system. The book distills and updates within a brief compass the author's published writings on statute law and statutory interpretation which span a period of nearly forty years, being Reviews: 1.

Bennion on Statutory Interpretation is the leading work on statutory interpretation. It provides a clear and comprehensive guide to understanding, interpreting and applying legislation. Regularly used by practitioners and academics, and frequently cited in judgments throughout the common law world, it is a trusted and authoritative resource.

The chief books are Statute Law (Longman, third edition ), Halsbury's Laws of England, Title Statutes (Butterworths, 4th edition reissue ), and Bennion on Statutory Interpretation (LexisNexis Butterworths, fifth edition ).

Since its first publication inthe last named work has also been updated each year in the All England Law Reviews: 2. These statutes are drafted and interpreted according to a uniform system of rules, presumptions, principles and canons evolved over centuries by common law judges. In this book, Francis Bennion distills forty years of his prolific writings on statute law and statutory interpretation to provide valuable guidance on statutory interpretation 5/5(1).

Principles of Interpretation of Statutes process of ascertaining the meaning at an Act of Parliament or of a provision of an Act.'' A statute is an edict of the legislature. The normal way of interpreting or construing a statute is to seek the intention of legislature. If.

These are the sources and citations used to research Statutes, law. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me - Longman - Harlow. In-text: (Bennion, ) Your Bibliography: Bennion, F., Bennion On Statute Law.

Harlow: Longman. Journal. Dworkin, R. The Model of Rules - The University of Chicago Law Review. In-text.The common law world (the Commonwealth and United States) operates through statutes applied under a uniform system, the essence of which is uniquely described in this book.

In this book, Francis Bennion distills forty years of his prolific writings on statute law and. Why should you buy Bennion on Statutory Interpretation Seventh edition First Supplement.

Bennion on Statutory Interpretation is the leading work on the interpretation of legislation and essential reading for all those who practice law, whether drafting legislation, administering it, advising on it or arguing it in court.