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Maine Revised Statutes Annotated (Annotated Statute & Code Series)

Product details:

Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 1985-2018
Service #: 22042307
Sub #: 21042307
Publication frequency: Updated annually
Update method: Additional volumes or binders

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Maine Revised Statutes Annotated (Annotated Statute & Code Series)



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Maine Revised Statutes Annotated comprises a comprehensive research tool for anyone desiring instant access to Maine statutes and constitution. It contains annotated text of the state Constitution, and statutes, plus annotations to state and federal cases originating in Maine. Editorial enhancements include:

    • Historical and statutory notes

    • Uniform Laws and Official Comments

    • Cross-references to ALR, Am Jur, C.J.S., West's Legal Forms, and Key Numbers contained within the American Digest System

Features and benefits include:

    • Notes of decisions that are conveniently accessible to make your research easier to accomplish; each case note includes its Topic and Key Number to allow quick access to related caselaw within Maine and throughout West's National Reporter System

    • Corresponding Topic and Key Number references within every case note that direct you to persuasive authority

    • Our exclusive Popular Name Table to locate statutes by referencing common and familiar names

    • Comprehensive topical indexing by experienced attorney-editors that utilizes a controlled vocabulary and topics to assure accurate and consistent internal cross-references; data is arranged topically and alphabetically

    • Special emphasis on local usage and terms of art under Maine law that helps you understand every nuance

    • Editorial features, including session law history, historical and statutory notes, cross-references, and research references, that help you clarify legislative intent

The set also furnishes law review and journal commentaries, USCA references, and case note references to opinions of the Maine attorney general.