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An Overview: Noise Pollution Rule, 2000

“Forming pollution is easy, but resolving the impact of it is difficult.” Pollution means causing harm to our environment by pollutants such as non- decomposable objects, hazardous chemicals, gases, etc. Whenever a debate arises about pollution, people generally discuss water and air pollution and ignore noise pollution but in this modern era due to urbanization …

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Tax Statutes: Rules for Interpretation

The primary objective of statutory interpretation is to ascertain the Legislature’s intention conveyed expressly or impliedly in the language used. As stated by Salmond, “interpretation or construction is meant, the courts seek to determine the meaning of the Legislature through the medium of authoritative forms in which it is to be expressed.”

RULES OF INTERPRETING A STATUTE

The term ‘interpretation’ is derived from the Latin term ‘Interpretari’, meaning to expound, understand, explain, describe, or to translate. Therefore, interpretation is the method of elucidating or translating any word used in a statute in such a manner that its true meaning could be identified or discovered. Interpretation of statutes is the understanding of the …

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