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The Literal Rule +ve

Advantages of the literal rule

The Literal Rule Definition When words "are given their natural, ordinary and dictionary meaning"
Advantage no.1 Parliamentary sovereignty respected
Advantage no.2 Law making left to those elected
Advantage no.3 Highlights problems to parliament
Case to support Advantage No.3 Partridge v Crittenden
Advantage no.4 Makes the law more certain
Describe Partridge v Crittenden The defendant advertised illegal, exotic birds in the newspaper. The court held that he was not guilty because it was not an offer for sale but an invitation to treat
Ad. No.1- Respect Parliamentary sovereignty respected
Ad. No.2- Elected Law making left to those elected
Ad. No.3- Highlights Highlights problems to parliament
Ad. No.4- Certain Makes the law more certain
Created by: Amy98