Statute law legislators are usually not in a position to foresee each and every situation or event which may actually occur in real life. That is why lawyers in the course of their everyday practice very often struggle with interpreting the cases which are not expressly regulated in the law. The legal theory and practice has given rise to a wide array of methods to deal with this type of problems. The aim of this study is to develop and implement an instrumental inference model, i.e. one of the non-standard inference mechanisms used to interpret the rules of statutory law.
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