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Understanding Legislation

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"[This book] will be of great value to practitioners, students, academics and judges - whatever their level of experience. [...] The trouble for many legal practitioners, and indeed for many legal book writers, can be a failure to see the wood for the trees, and that is a particular risk when it comes to a subject as fissiparous as statutory interpretation. David Lowe and Charlie Potter are to be congratulated for having avoided that risk: they have written a crisp and engaging book, which covers this important topic in an informative and accessible way..." From the foreword by David Neuberger


Understanding Legislation
provides a practical, accessible guide to interpreting both English and European legislation of all kinds. This book can be used as a first port of call for practitioners and students on all matters of statutory construction. It is designed to serve as a succinct and authoritative point of reference for questions concerning sources of legislation, the anatomy and structure of differing instruments and matters of interpretation. As well as considering how to read statutory language, and the key principles and presumptions that the courts will apply, the book addresses how other legislation and materials can influence the interpretive exercise and in what way. To this end, it discusses the interpretive significance of the different components of legislation, the various external aids to construction that may exist, and the role of international law, the European Convention on Human Rights (through the Human Rights Act 1998) and EU law in interpreting domestic law. While the primary focus is on English law, the treatment of EU and international law will also serve as concise freestanding guidance as to the sources of EU law, the construction of EU legislation and the construction of treaties.



Autorentext

David Lowe is a barrister at Blackstone Chambers, Temple, London, specialising in commercial and public law.



Inhalt

1. Introduction to Domestic Legislation: Statutes and Subordinate Legislation
2. Anatomy and Structure of Domestic Legislation
3. Core Principles and Approach
4. General Presumptions as to the Intended Effect of Legislation
5. Interaction of Legislation
6. Internal Aids to Interpretation
7. External Aids to Interpretation
8. The Interpretation Act 1978
9. The Effect of International Law on Domestic Legislation
10. Impact of the Human Rights Act 1998: Sections 3 and 4
11. Sources of EU Law and the Nature, Anatomy and Structure of EU Legislation
12. Interpretation of EU Law and its Effect on Domestic Legislation
13. Research Tools and Works of Reference
14. Checklist: Practical Considerations

Produktinformationen

Titel: Understanding Legislation
Untertitel: A Practical Guide to Statutory Interpretation
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EAN: 9781509921324
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Bloomsbury UK
Genre: Recht
Anzahl Seiten: 304
Veröffentlichung: 19.04.2018
Dateigrösse: 4.2 MB