Which of the following is a way to challenge or attack a legal position or argument based on a statute?
The elements of the statute are not met.
The key facts of the client's case and the facts required by the statute are not sufficiently similar.
The statute is not sufficiently broad to allow an interpretation other than the one being relied on.
The case being relied on to interpret the statute is on point.
All of the above
Answers a, b, and c above
Answers b and d above
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