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Construction of terms

Once terms are established it is necessary to interpret them. As a general rule, a contract (and its terms) should be given the meaning intended by the parties; where this is not obvious the court will do its best to ascertain and give effect to that intention. A number of rules have emerged to aid the court in that regard.

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