Revised Statutes


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Revised Statutes

A body of statutes that have been revised, collected, arranged in order, and reenacted as a whole. The legal title of the collection of compiled laws of the United States, as well as some of the individual states.

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The purpose of the Solicitation is to conduct a competitive process, in accordance with Arizona Revised Statutes (ARS) 41-2501 et seq.
5-4-401, Colorado Revised Statutes and exists to assist the Department in the review of the provider rate reimbursements in Medicaid.
1) Bill # 6, An Act to Amend Chapter 342 of the Revised Statutes 1989, the Petroleum Resources Act
5-108, of the Colorado Revised Statutes, and includes definitions of "exploitation" and "abuse.
If found guilty of statutory rape, or "Statutory Sexual Seduction" per Nevada Revised Statutes, prison time, fines, and being identified as a sex offender for life are all possible.
The Sheffields, on the other hand, argued that Nevada Revised Statutes [section]645C.
Do Springfield residents know that when a person is arrested in Springfield for a crime that falls under the category of felony in the Oregon Revised Statutes, that person must be lodged at the Lane County Jail?
The appellate panel rejected the reasons offered by the trial court for invalidating the arbitration agreement, as well as several others offered by the executrix, and held that under Kentucky Revised Statutes and the Uniform Arbitration Act, the arbitration agreement was to be enforced.
One test for whether the relationship has turned a corner will likely come with negotiations over the revised statutes.
Consequently, we retract our statement that the revised statutes of the Saskatchewan College of Physicians and Surgeons are coercing referrals.
shall not be liable for any civil damages resulting from the person's acts or omissions, except for such damages as may result from the person's gross negligence or wanton acts or omissions" (Hawaii Revised Statutes $663-1.

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