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Canon 1512

1. An administrative act is to be understood in accord with the

proper meaning of the words and the common usage of speech, and

must not be extended to cases other than those actually expressed

in it. 2. In doubt, a strict interpretation is to be given to

those administrative acts which concern litigation or threaten or

inflict penalties, or restrict the rights of persons, or harm the

acquired rights of others, or run counter to a law in favor of

private persons; all other administrative acts are to be widely

interpreted. 3. Privileges always are to be interpreted so

that their beneficiaries actually receive some favor. 4. Not

only a dispensation, but also the very power of dispensing for a

particular case are to interpreted strictly.




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