Legal Interpretation this morning. Got me thinking about math, for some reason.
here's the situation:
You have Law A and Law B that contradict each-other. Which one will take precedence?
1. The law that explicitly claims precedence prevails. (eg: "notwithstanding any other disposition..." etc)
2. The more recent law takes precedence over the older.
3. The more specific law takes precedence over the more general.
And with these, the judges found that if you have Law A which is Specific, Claims Precedence, and adopted earlier, and Law B, which is General, Claims Precedence, and adopted later, then Law B will prevail.
And it got me thinking about logical operations, which is weird since I know virtually nothing about it...