Interpretation According To Circumstances

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Interpretation According To Circumstances






For the proper construction of an instrument, the circumstances under
which it was made, including the situation of the object thereof and
of the parties to it, may be shown, so that the judge may be placed
in the position of those whose language he is to interpret.

The circumstances under which an instrument was made, including the
situation of the subject thereof and of the parties to it, may be
shown, so that the judge may be placed in the position of those whose
language he is to interpret.(Rule 130,Sec.13)

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