PRIMARY LEGAL AUTHORITY. Created and presented by Shaun Esposito Head of Public Services University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law Library Spring Term 2005. Statutory Law. Statutory Law. the law passed by legislatures not very significant in early part of U.S. legal history
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Created and presented by
Head of Public Services
University of Arizona
James E. Rogers College of Law Library
Spring Term 2005
A CODE IN THREE VERSIONS
This annotated version of the United States
Code, in annotations following each statutory
section, provides a wealth of citations to:
To access the information look under
the relevant statutory section
For ease in locating proper statutory
sections, USCA has extensive index
volumes with multiple cross references
Following the text of the statutory section, the publisher, West, provideshelpful cross references as well as an annotation providing citations to cases which have discussed the statutory section
As with all legal research, be sure to check the pocket part or supplementaccompanying the main volume to uncover any changes to the statute oradditional cases in the annotation.
To obtain the most up-to-date information, don't forget to check the
volume's pocket part or separately bound supplemental volume.