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Business and Nonprofit Organizations (Vols. 6 Pt. I, 6 Pt. II, 6 Pt. III, 6 Pt. IV, 6A,  6B, 6C, and 6D Uniform Laws Annotated)

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Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2015-2021
Service #: 12012117
Sub #: 12012116
Pages: 5504
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Cumulative supplement

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Business and Nonprofit Organizations (Vols. 6 Pt. I, 6 Pt. II, 6 Pt. III, 6 Pt. IV, 6A, 6B, 6C, and 6D Uniform Laws Annotated)

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Contains, among other acts, the text of the Uniform Partnership Act (1997) and Uniform Partnership Act (1914). Includes annotations to decisions of each state that has adopted and litigated each section of law. Official Comments by the authors-the National Conference of Commissioners on the Uniform State Laws-explain the rationale of the law. Tables also indicate whether or not the law was enacted in each jurisdiction, along with citations to that state's version of the section.

Features

  • Capsulizes legislation to eliminate confusion and conflict caused by different state statutes
  • Provides a convenient reference to Uniform and Model Acts relating to business and nonprofit organizations statutory laws
  • Convenient tables present up-to-date judicial constructions in all of the adopting jurisdictions
  • Explanatory rationale for laws as noted by National Conference of Commissioners on the Uniform State Laws