Pocket Part

Pocket Part

An addition to many lawbooks that updates them until a new edition is published.

A pocket part is located inside the back cover of the book. A legal researcher should always consult it to ensure that the most current law is examined.

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Whether you are starting from a rule or a statute, go first to the pocket part of Florida Statutes Annotated for the latest case law.
Included with the purchase of the set are annual pocket part supplements and advanced legislative service pamphlets, during session.
With this trend in mind, the editors of Volume 115 have launched The Pocket Part (http://www.
It may relieve some of the hassle but they will pocket part of any compensation.
Trade and industry minister Don Touhig slammed claim handlers who pocket part of the families' health compensation packages in the Commons.
The move was criticised by Steve McCabe (Lab Hall Green) who said: 'I question the morality of this effort to pocket part of the Government's payment to these brave people.
When another cell phone user picks up the access point owner's wireless network signal, the owner could pocket part of the roaming charges, which then would appear as an additional discount in the monthly cable bill," says Alfredo Sarrazin, Vice President of Sales of Calypso Wireless, Inc.
The images show the Tyne packed with colliers and coal, icons of the National Garden Festival, the monorail and ferris wheel, and shots of residents enjoying the pocket parts and communal areas of what has become one of Britain's bestknown housing developments.
Some children have been known to pocket parts of their Friday lunches so that they at least will have something to eat on the weekend.