1. Interpretation - Statute - Rule of Interpretation - Section has to be interpreted in the manner in which the Act states and the intention has to be gathered from the express provisions themselves - There is no scope for supplying words which do not exist there.  (178) P.L.R. 
  2. Interpretation  - Principle of  - It is well settled principle of interpretation that inconvenience and hardship to a person will not be the decisive factors while interpreting the provision - When bare reading of the provision makes it very clear and unequivocally gives a meaning it was to be interpreted in the same sense as the Latin maxim says "dulo lex sed lex", which means the law is hard but it is law and there cannot be any departure from the words of the law.  Held, The High Court as well as the Trial Court erred in applying Article 109 of the Limitation Act, where Article 109 of the Act clearly speaks about alienation made by father governed by Mitakshara law and further Courts below proceeded in discussing about the long rope given under Article 109 of the Limitation Act of 12 years and comparatively lesser time of 3 years specified under Article 60 of the Act. (2016)3 P.L.R. SC 865
  3. Interpretation - Courts are required to interpret the law as per the changed scenario. (174) P.L.R. 
  4. Interpretation - Recital in document to be taken as whole. (174) P.L.R.  


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