3 edition of Repeal of obsolete sections of the Revised Statutes omitted from the United States Code. found in the catalog.
Repeal of obsolete sections of the Revised Statutes omitted from the United States Code.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Revision of the Laws
|Other titles||Repeal of obsolete sections of Revised statutes|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||51|
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This provision was omitted from the Revised Judicial Code as obsolete, and repealed by act Jch.§ 39, 62 Stat. Section 2 of act Jan. 31,which originally related to procedure in appeal cases, was also omitted from the Revised Judicial Code and was amended generally by act Jch.§ The words “other than property subject to sections, or of this title” are inserted, since uncodified section 6 of the source statute provided that the source statute for this revised section did not repeal or amend the source statutes for those revised sections.
Sections 18 and 19 of the Act of Aug. 2,are omitted from this title and transferred to other titles of the United States Code since such sections apply also to sections 9, 11, and 16(a) of the Act of Aug.
2,which sections appear in titles 31 and 41 of the United States Code. The statutes that are not obsolete are formidable enough in size and number. In order that the statute book may not grow out of all proportion, it is desirable that statutes that are obsolete should he removed from the statute book.
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(Ord. § 10, ). Statutes--repeal or amendment--saving clause presumed. Repeal as obsolete does not affect substantive rights. TITLE 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS. Part. The Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes.
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In contrast to the writ of habeas corpus, Congress has seldom enacted statutes regulating the writ of coram nobis. Statutes enacted by Congress regulating the writ of coram nobis are: InCongress enacted the Judicial Act. 4. By the Act of March 3,Congress repealed, as obsolete, many sections of the Revised Statutes, including R.S.
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