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Constitutional and Statutory Law

Statutory law is law emanating from legislative bodies.  The U.S. Congress is our Federal and California Legislature our state legislative bodies. A constitution is the primary source of law that provides the authority for executives and legislative bodies to create laws.

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Administrative Law (Agency Rules & Regulations)

  • CFR (Code of Federal Regulations)
    Search for Federal regulations and rules currently in force.
  • Federal Register (Since 1994)
    Search the Federal Register for a chronological publication of regulations and rules or those that may have been superseded. The Federal Register updates the CFR.

    Before 1994, use an index to find them which are available in microfiche.

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