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UNIFORM ARBITRATION ACT
AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
HAWAII STATE LAW
YORK STATE LAW
VIOLATING STATE LAW
PENDENT STATE LAW CLAIMS
APPLICABLE STATE LAW
STATE COURTS
STATE LAW CLAIMS
QUESTIONS
SECURITIES
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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "State Law"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. If a State law is held by the courts of the State to have a particular meaning and effect it will be accorded the same in the federal courts. (Web site)
  2. Under state law, the taxes become a lien on May 31. (Web site)
  3. Under state law, the background color is stated as purple, but the color used in practice is dark red.
  4. Under state law, the photos are public record, but Will blocked their release pending a hearing Monday on Teresa Earnhardt's request to keep them private. (Web site)
  5. Tort law is state law created through state courts and generally using the Restatement of Torts (2nd) as an influential guide.

Age

  1. That obligation usually lasts until the child reaches the age of majority (usually 18 or 21 years old depending on state law) or becomes self-supporting.

Weeks

  1. State law bans the sale of dogs and cats younger than 8 weeks.

Statewide

  1. Voter registration drives statewide are under fire from a new state law that establishes stiff fees for groups who undertake them. (Web site)

United States Federal

  1. The Langdell reference department has collected links to sources of United States federal and state law.

Contract Law

  1. Much of contract law is actually state law and English Common Law. (Web site)

Juvenile Law

  1. Juvenile law is mainly governed by state law and most states have enacted a juvenile code.

Water Law

  1. Water law is a creature of state law. (Web site)

State Supreme Court

  1. Under either of these scenarios, the state supreme court generally reviews cases that involve significant matters of state law or policy.

Frivolous Lawsuits

  1. Granting additional immunity is unnecessary because there is already ample protection in state law against frivolous lawsuits. (Web site)

Substantive Law

  1. Although state law provides the substantive law in a diversity action, summary judgment procedure is governed by federal law. (Web site)

Federal Constitutional Law

  1. In the United states, personal jurisdiction is a matter of state law and federal constitutional law. (Web site)

Federal Common Law

  1. Hagan as a basis upon which federal common law could supersede state law in the determination of land titles. (Web site)

Personal Injury Lawsuits

  1. State law usually governs personal injury lawsuits but federal law under certain circumstances could apply. (Web site)

Small Estates

  1. A relatively simple probate proceeding available for "small estates," as that term is defined by state law.

Laws Banning Interracial Marriage

  1. In the U.S., laws banning interracial marriage, which were state law s, were gradually repealed between 1948 and 1967.

Exemptions

  1. Although there are some exemptions, most workers must be paid the minimum wage for all "hours worked" as required by state law.

Free

  1. Private businesses are free to develop their own policies on whether or not to accept cash unless there is a State law which says otherwise.

State Constitution

  1. Within the framework of state law, the municipal corporation normally adopts a charter, a document somewhat like a state constitution.

Preemption

  1. The second type of implied preemption is preemption because state law impedes the achievement of a federal objective.

Local Jurisdictions

  1. Local jurisdictions can pass law at variance with the state law.

State Law Enforcement

  1. The governor at the time, John McDougall, condemned the actions of the vigilantes, but proved powerless to stop due to the infancy of state law enforcement. (Web site)

State Law Library

  1. Contact the State Law Library between 1-5pm (M-F) - (517) 373-0630 or use the comment form to send them email.

Uniform Arbitration Act

  1. Thirty-five states have adopted the Uniform Arbitration Act as state law. (Web site)

Auto Liability Insurance

  1. COMPULSORY AUTO INSURANCE The minimum amount of auto liability insurance that meets a state law. (Web site)

Hawaii State Law

  1. Therefore, Federal listing will accord the species listed status under Hawaii State law. (Web site)

York State Law

  1. A New York state law gave two individuals the exclusive right to operate steamboats on waters within state jurisdiction.

Violating State Law

  1. The indictments also did not charge individuals in the Texas Association of Business with violating state law. (Web site)
  2. The Cohen brothers proceeded to sell D.C. lottery tickets in the state of Virginia, violating state law.

Pendent State Law Claims

  1. Where all federal claims are dismissed prior to trial, pendent state law claims should be dismissed as well. (Web site)

Applicable State Law

  1. Lenders and servicers are required to follow the standards set forth in the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) and applicable state law. (Web site)

State Courts

  1. Absent a valid federal prohibition, state courts are free to issue injunctions and declaratory judgments under state law. (Web site)

State Law Claims

  1. The court also granted JMOL for Honeywell on the state law claims because Litton failed to establish the requisite elements.
  2. She can refile her state law claims against Yahoo in state court. (Web site)

Questions

  1. Rather than assume the answer to questions of state law on which the resolution of the Art. (Web site)

Securities

  1. It regulates the interstate sales of securities and made it illegal to sell securities into a state without complying with the state law.

Fraud

  1. Blue sky law - A blue sky law is a state law in the United States that regulates the offering and sale of securities to protect the public from fraud.

Act

  1. For example, state law gives school teachers some areas of responsibility in which they act in loco parentis.

Accordance

  1. Assessment: The imposition of a tax, charge or levy, in accordance with established federal or state law or the bylaws of a homeowners association.
  2. In accordance with California state law, we recommend that puppies receive a single dose of killed rabies vaccine at 16 weeks of age.
  3. Title companies are a neutral third party in a transaction who does not work for any specific person in the transaction, in accordance with state law.

Area

  1. The area of labor law is governed by both federal law, state law and judicial decisions. (Web site)
  2. This is an area that traditionally has been left to state law, a fact acknowledged not only by the state courts, but also by the federal courts post- Erie.

Connecticut

  1. As a native of Connecticut, I'm required by state law to hate Pat Summitt, but still… that's awesome. (Web site)
  2. Slavery entirely prohibited in Connecticut by state law.

Crimes

  1. Historically, most crimes have been established by state law, with laws varying significantly state to state.

Money

  1. Under federal asset forfeiture laws, money seized by the feds and handed over to state law enforcement may only be used for law enforcement purposes.

Certification

  1. Further, Wiles seeks certification of several issues of state law to the Oklahoma Supreme Court. (Web site)

Information

  1. If you need information about state law, contact the probate court or an attorney. (Web site)
  2. However, BTU General Manager Dan Wilkerson has declined to provide the information based on a Bryan City ordinance, Texas state law, and other factors.

Extent

  1. State law determines the extent and effect of a homestead exemption. (Web site)

Equivalent

  1. Sorting out which state law claims are "equivalent" to copyright infringement claims sounds easy, but in fact requires a careful, fact-based analysis. (Web site)

Power

  1. The Telemarketing Sales rule gives state law enforcement officers the power to prosecute fraudulent telemarketers who operate across state lines.

Powers

  1. In particular, he repeatedly confirmed the supremacy of federal law over state law, and supported an expansive reading of the enumerated powers.
  2. Municipal corporations are creatures of state law and possess only those powers granted by the state legislature.

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