March 3, 2014
- 361 Statutes
- 361III Construction
- 361III(C) Clarity and Ambiguity; Multiple Meanings
- 361k1107 Absence of Ambiguity; Application of Clear or Unambiguous Statute or Language
- 361k1108 k. In General.
In construing a statute, “judicial surgery” of the kind entertained when seeking to remedy external ambiguity is not warranted when a plausible and unambiguous internal reading is available.
In Re Walker, 502 B.R. 324 (Bankr. N.D. Ill. 2013)
Suggested by Barbara A. Bozonie, Principal Attorney Editor; Thomson Reuters; Eagan, MN