The Rajasthan High Court has ruled that if modal auxiliary verbs or imperative words such as ‘may’,’should’, etc. are followed by a provision/expression prescribing a lower bar/limit such as “minimum”, ‘not below’, etc., then these words (‘may’,’should’, etc.) must be read as ‘shall’. The court considered whether the use of the word “may” in section
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