viliamreis297
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does any body know what statutory interpretation the intergrated approach is. i cant seem to find out anything about 'intergrated approach' for statutory interpretation.
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Are you sure its a rule of statutory interpretation? What context did you find it in?

I'm only aware of the four main methods;
- Literal
- Golden
- Purposive
- Mischief

Edit - Are you talking about Cross' approach? I believe it was said to be a modified version of the literal rule, so really still falls under that category.
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same, but the teacher gave us to research intergrated approach. and basically everywhere i looked its only the 4 you have listed, there is no mention of intergrated approach anywhere.
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maybe its the cross approach ill have a look and research it thank you for your help.
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(Original post by viliamreis297)
maybe its the cross approach ill have a look and research it thank you for your help.
I probably should have worded that better, but yeah, look into the work of Rupert Cross. He wrote about it
You're welcome.
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