1-18 "Or", "and". Each of the terms "or" and "and", has the meaning of the other or of both. [PC 1869, c 1, 4; RL 1925, 15; RL 1935, 16; RL 1945, 15; am L 1945, c 233, 2; RL 1955, 1-23; HRS 1-18]

 

Case Notes

 

Applied: 230 F. Supp. 455; 17 H. 135, 141; 34 H. 935, 941.

"And" deemed conjunctive, not alternative. 33 H. 98, 101.

"Or" deemed alternative, not conjunctive, penal statute. 44 H. 601, 604, 359 P.2d 289.

Applied in substituting "and" for "or" in public accountancy statute. 51 H. 80, 452 P.2d 94.

"Or" deemed "and". 54 H. 356, 507 P.2d 169.

Use of word "and" is not necessarily decisive. 56 H. 675, 548 P.2d 268.

Cited: 52 F.2d 411, 414; 5 H. 52, 53; 19 H. 393, 397.

 

 

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