Stroud's Judicial Dictionary of Words and Phrases, 9th Edition

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Stroud's Judicial Dictionary remains the starting point for research into the meaning of all words and phrases that come to be used in a legal context. Unlike Jowitt's Dictionary of English Law, which provides an authoritative definition of technical legal concepts, Stroud records how any expression that happens to occur in a legal document or be referred to for a legal purpose has been construed by the courts or defined in legislation. Stroud is regularly cited to and by the courts when determining ranges of meaning given to different terms in legal contexts: and judges may turn to Stroud when construing anything from "enactment" (BAV-TMW-Globaler-Immobilien Spezialfonds v Revenue and Customs Commissioners) [2019] UKFTT 129 (TC)) to "building" (LM Homes Ltd v Queen Court Freehold Co Ltd [2018] UKUT 367) to "structure" (CQN RTM Co Ltd v Broad Quay North Block Freehold Ltd) [2018] UKUT 183.

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Carswell

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General

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Publication Date:
2019-10-01

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