The intention of the Act means the purpose of the Act. It helps in the general understanding of the inner meaning of the Act or legislation or the statute. When a critical issue or situation relating to a matter arises, the legislature enacts an Act on that matter for proper administration. One Act broadly covers only one subject matter to which the Act addresses. Normally, an Act is a lengthy piece and one must devote more time to read and understand it. Though the intention of the Act is not a substitute for the main Act, the intention in limited words helps people to briefly know why the Act has been enacted. So, Intention is the outlines of the underlying purposes of the legislation and can be used to resolve uncertainty and ambiguity relating to the matter mentioned in the Act. Thus, it is the main motive or object for which the Act is enacted.


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