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" Where a law is plain and unambiguous, whether it be expressed in general or limited terms, the Legislature should be intended to mean what they have plainly expressed, and consequently no room is left for construction. "
Official Opinions of the Attorneys General of the United States: Advising ... - Página 433
por United States. Attorney-General - 1852
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Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court ..., Volumen2;Volumen6

United States. Supreme Court, William Cranch - 1806
...contemplates those debtors only who are accountable for public money. Where a law is plain and unambiguous, whether it be expressed in general or limited terms,...intended to mean what they have plainly expressed, and consequently no room is, left for construction. But if, from a view of the whole law, or from ether...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volumen6

United States. Congress. House
...giving the rule, in the case of the United States vs. Fisher, that where a law is plain and unambiguous, the Legislature should be intended to mean what they have plainly expressed, and that in such a case there is no room for construction. TheyViave annexed to this rule this single qualification...
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Reports of Cases Determined in the Constitutional Court of South ..., Volumen4

South Carolina. Constitutional Court of Appeals, David James McCord - 1826
...Fisher, 2 Cranch 335-390, as supercedingallothers.lt is, thatwhere a law is plain and unambiguous, whether it be expressed in general or limited terms,...intended to mean what they have plainly expressed, and consequently no room is left for construction. Let it then be asked what did the legislature mean by...
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Reports of Cases Determined in the Circuit Court of the United ..., Volumen1

United States. Circuit Court (3rd Circuit), Bushrod Washington - 1826
...for public money. Where a law is plain and unambiguous, using either general or limited expressions, the legislature should be intended to mean what they have plainly expressed, and no room is left foe construction. But, if from a view of the whole law taken together, or from other laws in fiari...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Alabama, Volumen2

Alabama. Supreme Court, George Noble Stewart - 1832
...construction ex viscuibus actis. The same author says in the same page, "where a law is plain and unambiguous, whether it be expressed in general or limited terms,...intended to mean what they have plainly expressed, and consequently no room is left for construction. But if from a view of the whole law, or other laws in...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of ..., Volumen4

Tennessee. Supreme Court, George Shall Yerger - 1834
...the court. The general rule is that where the words of a statute are unambiguous and plain, whether expressed in general or limited terms, the legislature should be intended to mean what they have expressed. 2 Cranch, 386, 399. Another rule in the construction of statutes is, that a legislative...
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A Practical Abridgment of American Common Law Cases Argued and ..., Volumen8

Jacob D. Wheeler - 1836
...a law is plain and unamSiguous, whether it be expressed in general or limited terms, the 1'ierai im legislature should be intended to mean what they have plainly expressed, and consequently no room is left for construction. But if, from a view of the whole law, or from other...
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A New Abridgment of the Law with Large Additions and Corrections, Volumen9

Matthew Bacon, Sir Henry Gwilliam, Charles Edward Dodd - 1846
...be used in a particular sense. Adams v. Wood, 2 Cranch, 341.^ {Where a law is plain and unambiguous, whether it be expressed in general or limited terms,...intended to mean what they have plainly expressed, and consequently no room is left for construction. But if, from a view of the whole law, or from other...
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Commentaries on Statute and Constitutional Law and Statutory and ...

E. Fitch Smith - 1848 - 976 páginas
...inferred that the intent of the legislature was otherwise.(a) And where a law is plain and unambiguous, whether it be expressed in general or limited terms,...intended to mean what they have plainly expressed ; and in such case there is no room for construction. But if from a view of the whole law, the evident intention...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Appeals and ..., Volumen2

South Carolina. Court of Appeals, James Albert Strobhart - 1848
...Cra. 355, as superseding all other rules. It is, that where a law is plain and unambiguous, whether expressed in general or limited terms, the Legislature...intended to mean what they have plainly expressed, and consequently there is no room left for constructioi^k The only remaining question is whether peas are...
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