Other questions in this quiz

2. In Muir v Keay (1975) (A case that supports 'Noscitur a sociis'), what was the principle?

  • You cannot consent to harm
  • Applying Noscitur a sociis, it was held that because of the other words, 'resort and refreshment' in the section, that 'entertainment' did not refer exclusively to theatrical entertainment, music and dancing
  • Applying Noscitur a sociis, the court decided the general words, 'other place' had to refer to indoor places since all the words on the list were indoor places so the defendant was not guilty
  • Therefore, using Noscitur a sociis, rates could not be charged on any mine other than coal mines

3. Which rule of interpretation is the Purposive Approach similar to?

  • Mischief Rule
  • Literal Rule
  • Golden Rule
  • Expressio unius exclusion alterius

4. Which of the following is an Extrinsic Aid to Statutory Interpretation?

  • Objective and Purposes Section
  • Previous Acts
  • Punctuation
  • Interpretation definition section

5. Which case produced components that are considered in the Mischief Rule?

  • Whiteley v Chappell (1868)
  • Heydon's Case (1584)
  • Smith v Hughes (1960)
  • Fisher v Bell (1961)


No comments have yet been made

Similar Law resources:

See all Law resources »See all Statutory Interpretation resources »