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signed, the bill becomes law (usually August 1, or July 1 for appropriations and revenue measures). Veto Override If vetoed, the bill can still become a law by a 2/3 vote in both houses. Voters' Referral A bill, once passed, may be repealed, whole or in part, through a vote of the electorate- …

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TITLE 65 WORKFORCE SAFETY AND INSURANCE

(2 days ago) 65-01-01. Purposes of workforce safety and insurance law - Police power. The state of North Dakota, exercising its police and sovereign powers, declares that the prosperity of the state depends in a large measure upon the well-being of its wageworkers, and, hence, for workers injured in hazardous employments, and for their families and dependents,

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CHAPTER 35-35 NONCONSENSUAL COMMON-LAW LIENS 35 …

(3 days ago) common-law lien, or for filing a notice of invalid lien pursuant to this section. 4. A fee may not be charged for the filing of a notice of invalid lien against a filed nonconsensual common-law lien. 35-35-04. Lien claimant may petition court - Procedure - Order to show cause - Remedies - Order to be filed. 1.

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CHAPTER 12.1-20 SEX OFFENSES 12.1-20-01. General …

(4 days ago) Local law enforcement agencies and the bureau of criminal investigation shall cooperate in investigations of violations of this section. As used in this section, unless the context or subject matter otherwise requires: 1. "Psychotherapy" means the diagnosis or treatment of a mental or emotional condition,

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NORTH DAKOTA WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT

(Just Now) Law Implemented: NDCC 65-05-01.4, 65-05-01.5 92-01-02-02.4. Treating health care provider's opinion. When making findings of fact and conclusions of law in connection with an adjudicative proceeding, a hearing officer must affirm the organization's determination whether to give a treating health care

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CHAPTER 50-25.1 CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT 50-25.1-01. …

(5 days ago) the recommending of changes in policy, practices, and law to prevent children's deaths. 50-25.1-02. Definitions. (Effective through August 31, 2022) In this chapter, unless the context or subject matter otherwise requires: 1. "A person responsible for the child's welfare" means an individual who has

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CHAPTER 12.1-31 MISCELLANEOUS OFFENSES 12.1-31-01. …

(5 days ago) law enforcement agency may make available to its officers current information as to the existence and status of any restraining order involving sexual assault. 11. Notwithstanding subsection 5 of section 11-16-05, a state's attorney may advise and assist an individual in the preparation of documents necessary to secure a restraining

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CHAPTER 32-19 FORECLOSURE OF REAL ESTATE …

(3 days ago) 32-19-05. When judgment at law obtained. Repealed by S.L. 2005, ch. 302, § 30. 32-19-06. What judgment must contain. In any action for the foreclosure of a real estate mortgage, the court shall render judgment for the amount found to be due and the costs of the action, and shall order a sale of the premises to pay the amount adjudged to be due.

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CHAPTER 15.1-20 SCHOOL ATTENDANCE 15.1-20-01. …

(5 days ago) local law enforcement agency. 4. Any person who fails to ensure that a student is in attendance as required by this chapter is guilty of an infraction for a first offense and is guilty of a class B misdemeanor for a second or subsequent offense. 5. In a prosecution for an offense under this section, it is an affirmative defense if the

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CHAPTER 27-11 ADMISSION TO BAR admission and without …

(3 days ago) 27-11-01. Practicing law and serving on courts of record without certificate of admission and without payment of annual license fee prohibited - Penalty. Except as otherwise provided by state law or supreme court rule, a person may not practice law, act as an attorney or counselor at law in this state, or commence, conduct, or defend in any

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TITLE 16.1 ELECTIONS

(5 days ago) law, the power to examine upon the secretary of state's request or the request of any election official, any election ballot or other material, voting system authorized by chapter 16.1-06, or device used in connection with any election, for the purpose of determining sufficient compliance with the law and established criteria and standards

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CHAPTER 36-21.2 TREATMENT OF ANIMALS 36-21.2-01. …

(5 days ago) Law enforcement - Duty upon seizure - Notification. 1. Upon seizing an animal as provided for in section 36-21.2-05, the law enforcement officer shall provide care for the animal, either directly or through a contractual arrangement with another person. For purposes of this subsection, "care" means food,

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CHAPTER 27-20.2 JUVENILE COURT ACT

(5 days ago) 7. "Delinquent act" means an act designated a crime under the law, including local ordinances or resolutions of this state, or of another state if the act occurred in that state, or under federal law. 8. "Delinquent child" means a child who has committed a delinquent act and is in …

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RECENT INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENT CASE LAW

(7 days ago) case law relating to other issues relating to involuntary civil commitment laws of other states. OLMSTEAD V. L.C. Olmstead v. L.C., 527 U.S. 581 (1999), is a United States Supreme Court case regarding discrimination against people with mental disabilities. In this case, the Court held under the federal Americans with Disabilities

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CHAPTER 52-06 BENEFITS 52-06-01. Conditions required to …

(3 days ago) compensation law; provided, that no such regulation shall conflict with section 52-06-03; 3. The individual is able to work and is available for suitable work and actively seeking work, provided: a. That notwithstanding any other provisions in this section, no otherwise eligible

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LC Number 21.0006

(9 days ago) a. Substance for which federal or state law requires a prescription before the substance may be legally dispensed to the public; b. Drug or device that under federal law is required, before being dispensed or delivered, to be labeled with the statement: (1) "Caution: federal law prohibits dispensing without prescription" or "Rx only"

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INTERCEPTION OF COMMUNICATIONS 12.1-15-01. Criminal …

(5 days ago) a. The actor was authorized by law to intercept, disclose, or use, as the case may be, the wire or oral communication. b. The actor was (1) a person acting under color of law to intercept a wire or oral communication, and (2) he was a party to the communication or one of the parties to the communication had given prior consent to such interception.

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CHAPTER 12.1-34 FAIR TREATMENT OF VICTIMS AND …

(4 days ago) attorney, or law enforcement agency within ten days after its taking or recovery if it is not needed for law enforcement, prosecution, or defense purposes or as expeditiously as possible when the property is no longer needed for law enforcement, prosecution, or defense purposes. If there is a defendant, the prosecuting attorney shall notify the

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CHAPTER 23-13 SAFETY REGULATIONS 23-13-01. Definitions. …

(2 days ago) except by a qualified operator of a motor vehicle under North Dakota law. 4. Operating instructions for the use of self-service motor fuel dispensing units shall be conspicuously posted in the dispensing area. 23-13-02.4. Self-service units to be equipped with emergency power cutoff.

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CHAPTER 29-06 ARREST 29-06-01. Arrest defined.

(3 days ago) duly organized state, county, or municipal law enforcement unit of this state to arrest and hold in custody a person on the ground that the person is believed to have committed a felony, misdemeanor, or traffic violation in this state. 29-06-05.1. Foreign officer providing transportation for law enforcement purposes.

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CHAPTER 32-09.1 GARNISHMENT 32-09.1-01. Definitions.

(4 days ago) director's authorized designee, in the manner provided by law for service in garnishment proceedings, including the fee to be tendered and paid the office of management and budget for making and filing an affidavit of disclosure in the amount of twenty-five dollars. The fee must be deposited in the state treasury. 32-09.1-06. Garnishee summons.

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CHAPTER 52-04 CONTRIBUTIONS 52-04-00.1. Definitions.

(3 days ago) law, with respect to wages for employment. Such contributions become due and must be paid by each employer to the bureau for the fund in accordance with such regulations as the bureau may prescribe, and may not be deducted in whole or in part, from the wages of individuals in such employer's employ. In the payment of any

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CHAPTER 14-15 REVISED UNIFORM ADOPTION ACT 14-15-01. …

(3 days ago) (2) To provide for the care and support of the child as required by law or judicial decree. c. The father of a minor if the father's consent is not required by subdivision b of subsection 1 of section 14-15-05. d. A parent who has relinquished that parent's right to consent under section 14-15-19. e.

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CHAPTER 14-02.1 ABORTION CONTROL ACT 14-02.1-01. …

(5 days ago) CHAPTER 14-02.1 ABORTION CONTROL ACT 14-02.1-01. Purpose. The purpose of this chapter is to protect unborn human life and maternal health within

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CHAPTER 29-30.3 UNIFORM EXTRADITION AND RENDITION …

(5 days ago) custodian authorized by the law of a state to maintain the document that the copy is a complete and true copy of an official record filed and maintained in a public office. 3. "Demanded person" means a person whose return to a demanding state is sought from another state by extradition under sections 29-30.3-08 through 29-30.3-14. 4.

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CHAPTER 37-01 GENERAL PROVISIONS

(3 days ago) governor's judgment the maintenance of law and order will be promoted thereby, may declare by proclamation the county or city in which the troops are serving, or any specified portion thereof, to be in a state of insurrection. 37-01-09. Service medals. The commander in chief of the national guard of this state may issue an order providing

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CHAPTER 47-31 SUBSURFACE PORE SPACE POLICY 47-31-01. …

(3 days ago) does not change or alter the common law as of April 9, 2009, as it relates to the rights belonging to, or the dominance of, the mineral estate. 47-31-09. Injection of substances to facilitate production of oil, gas, or other minerals. 1. This chapter may not be construed to limit …

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CHAPTER 47-06 REAL ESTATE TITLE BY OCCUPANCY AND …

(3 days ago) Occupancy for the period prescribed by any law of this state as sufficient to bar an action for the recovery of the property confers a title thereto, denominated a title by prescription, which is sufficient against all. 47-06-03. Title to real property - Adverse possession.

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CHAPTER 10-15 COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATIONS 10-15-01. …

(3 days ago) Derogate the common law or the principles of equity. 5. A cooperative that is involuntarily dissolved by the secretary of state under section 10-15-53.2 may reacquire the right to use that name by reinstating the cooperative within the time provided in section 10-15-53.3 or by refiling articles of association,

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CHAPTER 35-03 MORTGAGE OF REAL PROPERTY 35-03-01. …

(3 days ago) be alleged that North Dakota law governing deficiency judgments may not apply to the collection of loans guaranteed by the veterans' administration. By signing this statement, I am indicating that the contents of this statement have been explained to me by a loan officer representing the lending institution offering this mortgage loan. Page No. 1

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State CPOM Doctrines & Nonprofit Exceptions.docx[15]

(6 days ago) Indiana law expressly exempts health care entities from the corporate practice prohibition. Nonprofit incorporated entities are also allowed to employ physicians, as long as the entity does not interfere with the professional judgment of its employed professionals. Ind. Code § 23-17-4-1; 25-22.5-1-2(c). Iowa Yes. issue.

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CHAPTER 62.1-04 CONCEALED WEAPONS 62.1-04-01. …

(4 days ago) 4. Carried by any person permitted by law to possess a handgun unloaded and in a secure wrapper from the place of purchase to that person's home or place of business, or to a place of repair, or back from those locations; or 5. A bow and arrow, rifle, shotgun, unloaded handgun, or a weapon that will expel, or is

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CHAPTER 32-29.4 UNIFORM FAMILY LAW ARBITRATION ACT …

(5 days ago) family law dispute that is subject to an arbitration agreement. 4. "Child-related dispute" means a family law dispute regarding parenting time, or financial support regarding a child. 5. "Court" means the district court. 6. "Family law dispute" means a contested issue arising under the domestic relations law of …

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CHAPTER 70-02-03 LICENSEE RESPONSIBILITIES

(Just Now) Law Implemented: NDCC 43-23-11.1(1) 70-02-03-03. Commission split - Out of state. A licensed broker in this state may divide or share a real estate commission with a licensed broker in another state if the latter broker does not carry on any of the negotiations in this state either by

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CHAPTER 12-63 PEACE OFFICER STANDARDS, TRAINING, …

(2 days ago) law or appointed by a criminal justice agency of this state on a salaried or nonsalaried basis to enforce the law and to conduct or engage in investigations of violations of the law for no more than an average of twenty hours per week, not including time spent on call when no call to active duty is received, calculated on an annual basis. 3.

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Sixty-seventh Legislative Assembly of North Dakota In Regular …

(9 days ago) and that two-thirds of the members-elect of the House of Representatives voted in favor of said law. Vote: Yeas 72 Nays 14 Absent 8 _____ _____ Speaker of the House Chief Clerk of the House This certifies that two-thirds of the members-elect of the Senate voted in favor of said law

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CHAPTER 14-03.2 UNIFORM PREMARITAL AND MARITAL …

(5 days ago) 1. By the law of the jurisdiction designated in the agreement if the jurisdiction has a significant relationship to the agreement or either party and the designated law is not contrary to a fundamental public policy of this state; or 2. Absent an effective designation described in subsection 1, by the law

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CHAPTER 14-14.1 UNIFORM CHILD CUSTODY JURISDICTION …

(5 days ago) law enforcement official of another state, the court shall forward a certified copy of those records. 14-14.1-12. (201) Initial child custody jurisdiction. 1. Except as otherwise provided in section 14-14.1-15, a court of this state has jurisdiction to make an initial child custody determination only if: a. This state is the home state of the

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CHAPTER 25-01.3 COMMITTEE ON PROTECTION AND …

(5 days ago) 10. The governor, upon compliance with federal law and regulations, may redesignate the agency responsible for carrying out the responsibilities of the project under this chapter. 25-01.3-03. Director - Administrative authority. The committee shall appoint a director, who serves at …

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SUMMARY OF STATES' CAYLEE'S LAW LEGISLATION

(7 days ago) to law enforcement, and how the crime is classified. Enacted Legislation On January 9, 2012, New Jersey became the first state to enact a "Caylee's Law" when Governor Chris Christie signed 2011 Senate Bill 3500. The new law creates a fourth degree felony for a person with legal custody of a child to fail to report the disappearance of

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CHAPTER 26.1-39 PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE …

(5 days ago) by law to be stated in this policy", and must be a part of the policy. 4. A commercial insurance policy providing coverage for fire insurance in accordance with this section may exclude coverage for loss by fire insured against if the fire is caused directly or indirectly by terrorism. 5.

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ARTICLE 45-14 CONSUMER PRIVACY CHAPTER 45-14-01 …

(Just Now) Law Implemented: NDCC 26.1-02-27 45-14-01-03. Rule of construction. The examples in this chapter and the sample clauses in appendix A are not exclusive. Compliance with an example or use of sample clause, to the extent applicable, constitutes compliance with this chapter. History: Effective December 1, 2001. General Authority: NDCC 28-32-02

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CHAPTER 14-03 MARRIAGE CONTRACT 14-03-01. What …

(3 days ago) into, maintained, annulled, or dissolved only as provided by law. A spouse refers only to a person of the opposite sex who is a husband or a wife. 14-03-01.1. Members of armed forces deemed residents. For the purpose of instituting any action or proceeding in the courts of this state, under the

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CHAPTER 40-18 MUNICIPAL JUDGES 40-18-01. Jurisdiction …

(3 days ago) 4. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a municipal court in which the judge is not a person licensed to practice law in this state has no jurisdiction to hear, try, and determine an offense that would be a violation of section 39-08-01 or equivalent ordinance. 40-18-02. City justice of the peace - Jurisdiction and procedure.

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INTERSTATE TRANSPORTING OF PRISONERS

(7 days ago) law enforcement officer in charge ofthe secure facility in which the prisoneris to be housed, at least twenty-fourhours prior to the delivery ofthe prisonerto the secure facility, ofeach prisoner'sname, date ofbirth, criminal history, and any special medical needs.

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CHAPTER 27-10 CONTEMPTS 27-10-01. Acts punishable as …

(3 days ago) g. Any other act or omission specified in the court rules or by law as a ground for contempt of court. 2. "Court" means a court of record of this state. 3. "Punitive sanction" includes a sanction of imprisonment if the sentence is for a definite period of time. A sanction requiring payment of …

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CHAPTER 28-26 COSTS AND DISBURSEMENTS attorney's fees …

(3 days ago) under existing law, if it is supported by a good-faith argument for an extension, modification, or reversal of the existing law. 28-26-02. Amount of costs in specific cases. Costs in the district courts and in the supreme court must be as follows: 1. To the plaintiff for all …

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