- Interpretation of Statutes – It is contrary to all rules of construction to read words into an Act unless it is necessary to do so
- Taxing Statutes – Interpretation of
- Unjust enrichment
- When power is exercised on account of an intent gaining a legitimate goal it can be called colourable exercise of power and the same can be held to have not been exercised bona fide for the end design
- While interpreting the provisions of a statute, the court avoids rejection or addition of words and resorts to that only in exceptional circumstances to achieve the purpose of the Act or give purposeful meaning.
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