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Cases For Statutory Interpretation Approaches
The Literal Approach
London and North Eastern Railways v Berriman 1946 :
Facts - A man was oiling the track, but was killed by an oncoming train therefore his widow applied for compensation.
Interpretation - Oiling the track is maintaining, therefore it is not the same as relaying or repairing so the widow (D) did not get compensation.
The Golden Rule
Adler v George :
Adler gained access to a RAF station. ‘in…