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Purposive Interpretation in Law

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Published by Princeton University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jurisprudence & General Issues,
  • Jurisprudence,
  • Law / Jurisprudence,
  • Political Philosophy,
  • Political Science and International Relations,
  • Law,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Interpretation and construction,
  • Philosophy,
  • Semantics (Law)

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsSari Bashi (Translator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages448
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9326443M
    ISBN 100691133743
    ISBN 109780691133744
    OCLC/WorldCa148299208

    Purposive approach Filed Under: Constitutional Law ; Legal Theory A method of interpretation based upon delving into the fundamental and underlying reason for a law or constitutional guarantee.


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In purposive interpretation, the text’s “purpose” is the criterion for establishing which of the semantic meanings yields the legal ed on: Septem Justice Barak suggests that while all interpretation requires consideration of the purpose of a legal document, a document can have many different purposes: a subjective purpose (that is, the author's actual intent), a narrowly defined objective purpose (for example, what a reasonable legislator might consider the legislation's purpose to be), or more broadly defined objective purposes (broader social policies animating the legal system as a whole Cited by: In purposive interpretation, the text’s “purpose” is the criterion for establishing which of the semantic meanings yields the legal meaning.

In purposive interpretation, the text's "purpose" is the criterion for establishing which of the semantic meanings yields the legal meaning. Barak explains purposive interpretation as follows: All legal interpretation must start by establishing a range of semantic meanings for a given text, from which the legal meaning is then drawn.

In purposive interpretation, the text's ''purpose'' is the criterion for establishing which of the semantic meanings yields the legal meaning.

Barak explains purposive interpretation as follows: All legal interpretation must start by establishing a range of semantic meanings for a given text, from which the legal meaning is then drawn. In purposive interpretation, the text's "purpose" is the criterion for establishing which of the semantic meanings yields the legal meaning.

In purposive interpretation, the text's "purpose" is the criterion for establishing which of the semantic meanings yields the legal meaning. Establishing the ultimate purpose--and thus the legal meaning--depends on the relationship between the subjective and objective purposes; that is, between the original intent of the text's author and the Reviews: 2.

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Currently, legal philosophers and jurists apply different theories of interpretation to constitutions, statutes, rules, wills, and contracts. Purposive Interpretation in Law的书评. In purposive interpretation, the text's purpose is the criterion for establishing which of the semantic meanings yields the legal meaning.5/5(1).

Purposive interpretation was introduced as a form of replacement for the mischief rule, the plain meaning rule and the golden rule to determine cases. Purposive interpretation is exercised when the courts utilize extraneous materials from the pre-enactment phase of legislation, including early drafts, committee reports, etc.

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According to purposive interpretation, the purpose of a text is a normative concept. It is a legal construction that helps the interpreter understand a legal text. The author of the text created the text. The purpose of the text is not part of the text itself.

Since the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in Re Rizzo & Rizzo Shoes Ltd., 1 S.C.R. 27, Canadian Courts have echoed the mantra that the modern approach to statutory interpretation involves a “textual, contextual and purposive analysis of. Purposive Interpretation in Law. Transl. by Bashi, Sari.

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Purposive Interpretation. Chapter Three. The Essence of. Download Citation | Purposive interpretation in law | This book presents a comprehensive theory of legal interpretation, by a leading judge and legal theorist.

Currently, legal philosophers and. In purposive interpretation, the text's "purpose" is the criterion for establishing which of the semantic meanings yields the legal : The Purposive Component: Ultimate Purpose; Chapter Nine.

Discretion as a Component in Purposive Interpretation; Chapter Ten. The Theoretical Basis for Purposive Interpretation; Chapter Eleven. Purposive Interpretation and Its Critique of Other Systems of Interpretation; Chapter Twelve.

The Interpretation of Wills; Chapter Thirteen. The. Purposive Interpretation in Law by Aharon Barak and Sari Bashi. English | | ISBN:| pages | PDF + EPUB | 2 + 0,6 MB. This book presents a comprehensive theory of legal interpretation, by a leading judge and legal theorist.

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Purposive Interpretation and Free Interpretation 6. Critique of Purposive Interpretation and Some Responses PART THREE INTERPRETATION IN LAW Chapter Twelve: The Interpretation of Wills 1. Interpretation in law is a rational process by which we understand a text.

Through interpretation, we come to know the normative message of a text. It is a process that “extracts” the legal meaning of the text from its semantic meaningInterpreters translate the “human” language into “legal” lan-guage. This book presents a comprehensive theory of legal interpretation, by a leading judge and legal theorist.

Currently, legal philosophers and jurists apply different theories of interpretation to constitutions, statutes, rules, wills, and contracts. Aharon Barak argues that an alternative approach--purposive interpretation--allows jurists and scholars to approach all legal texts in a similar. Buy Purposive Interpretation in Law by Barak, Aharon (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). Book Summary: The title of this book is Purposive Interpretation in Law and it was written by Aharon Barak, Sari Bashi (Translator).

This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $Pages: Purposive interpretation is a derivation of mischief rule set in Heydon's Case, and intended to replace the mischief rule, the plain meaning rule and the golden rule.

Fanatastic analysis of Purposive interpretation, strict interpretation & ‘literal interpretation’, by Supreme court Here is an interesting judgment wherein entire law on interpretation of statues relating to ‘purposive interpretation’, ‘strict interpretation’, ‘literal interpretation’, etc.

Purposive interpretation takes into account the special nature of the constitutional text. This nature is derived from the constitution’s legal status as the supreme law of the land, as well as from its unique role in shaping the nation’s image across generations.

Purposive rule 1. RULES OF INTERPRETATION PURPOSIVE APPROACH 1 2. PURPOSIVE APPROACH The purposive approach is a modern version of the mischief rule. It is certainly more flexible than either the literal rule or the golden rule which tend to concentrate upon the meaning of individual words or phrases.

This rule allows a judge to add or ignore words in an Act to. On J our friends at Eagan published a brilliant and in some ways strange book that should be in every law library, since it is (as my headline says) the most important book on statutes this millennium: Reading Law, The Interpretation of Legal strangeness is due to the identity of its authors – the fiercely intelligent and challenging Justice Antonin Scalia the senior justice.

Barak's son-in-law Ram Landes made a one-hour documentary film about Barak in called "The Judge" (השופט ‎), based on an in-depth interview with Barak. Published works.

Judicial Discretion () ISBN ; Purposive Interpretation in Law () ISBN Book. As utilized in qualitative and mixed methods research, purposive sampling involves an iterative process of selecting research subjects rather than starting with a predetermined sampling to grounded theory, the selection process involves identifying themes, concepts, and indicators through observation and reflection (Schutt, ).).

Schutt places particular emphasis on the. 17 Barak, A Purposive Interpretation in Law (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ) pp 33 – 18 Lewison, above n 4, pp 10 and 30– On the latter question, see Leggatt, above n 4, at – adopted the purposive approach to statutory interpretation, that is, an approach that ‘advances and does not frustrate or defeat the ascertained purpose of the legislature’, as suggested by Kirby J Pendulum: Judicial trends in the interpretation of revenue statutes’ () 19(1) University of NSW Law Journal 15 [] AC   Purposive approach 1.

Purposive Approach 2. • The purposive approach is a modern version of the mischief rule. • It is certainly more flexible than either the literal rule or the golden rule which tend to concentrate upon the meaning of individual words or phrases.

purposive interpretation. I will draw heavily on the general theory of purposive interpretation argued forcefully by the eminent Israely justice, Aaron Barak, in his seminal book on the subject.1 Furthermore, I will introduce three examples drawn from case-law from trans- and supranational jurisdictions in Europe.

The Supreme Court has emphasised upon making a purposive interpretation of the law which has been passed as an effective tool to protect environment, saying it continued to face perils of alarming. Aharon Barak is President of the Supreme Court of Israel.

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