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Rather, there is a common core that extends, not necessarily evenly, across all registers together with variations in each register. According to Ingram and Wylie (1991, p. " If such a view is adopted, then language should be perceived as "a systematic whole which responds to situational requirements", with different language forms occurring more or less frequently in different situations, and registers are "different manifestations of a total system" (Ingram and Wylie, 1991, p. 9). This means that legal register shares common features with ordinary language.
But, what if legal texts are originally Description of Legal Language and Legal Translation 37 made to be read in silence, not to be spoken at a loud voice and hence the thinness of their punctuation. Punctuation was intentional since legal texts were supposed to be scrutinized in silence. This non-use of punctuation, as claimed by Crystal & Davy (1969, p. 194), has two other reasons: the first is the flexibility of adding or omitting its marks as an attempt for forgery. The second is the perception of the mechanics of punctuation as worthless in revealing the grammatical or logical structure of written language.
194). Legal texts are written to be read as if overheard (to be read as if thought). Given their importance as regulatory and declaratory instruments, legal texts are used and acted upon only after they have been read and scrutinized. The above formula also means that what is allowed in ordinary speech is usually not allowed in legal texts. The verbal apostrophe in "he's" and "I"m", for example, is not allowed in legal texts. Furthermore, specific writing conventions have to be adhered to in such texts, even if they had been first spoken (as in the case of orders and judgments).