When can the doctrine of harmonious construction be applied?

The doctrine of harmonious construction is applied when the court is unable to reconcile the differences between opposing provisions. The courts must interpret them in such a manner that both the opposing provisions are given effect as much as possible. The courts must avoid a clash on contradicting provisions and they must construe the opposing provisions so as to harmonize them.

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