In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, the definition of an abandoned vehicle includes:
Motor Vehicle...That is left unattended on or along a highway or other public property for more than forty-eight (48) hours and does not bear all of the following:
a. Valid registration plate.
b. A current certificate of inspection.
c. An ascertainable vehicle identification number.
There are two possible meanings of this phrase:
The vehicle does not bear (a), does not bear (b), and does not bear (c).
The vehicle does not bear all of (a), (b), and (c); in other words, the answer to "Does it bear all of the following?" would be "No".
Now, I am guessing they mean (2), because vehicles are usually supposed to have all three of these things.
However my question is not about this specific case, but about the legal terminology: Is there an accepted unambiguous understanding of this phrase in law? Which of (1) and (2) would be correct?