Mississippi Code Title 75. Regulation of Trade, Commerce and Investments

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  • Chapter 1. Uniform Commercial Code;  General Provisions
  • Chapter 2. Uniform Commercial Code;  Sales
  • Chapter 2A. Uniform Commercial Code--Leases
  • Chapter 3. Uniform Commercial Code--Negotiable Instruments
  • Chapter 4. Uniform Commercial Code--Bank Deposits and Collections
  • Chapter 4A. Uniform Commercial Code--Funds Transfers
  • Chapter 5. Uniform Commercial Code--Revised Article 5.  Letters of Credit
  • Chapter 6. Uniform Commercial Code;  Bulk Transfers
  • Chapter 7. Documents of Title (2003 UCC Revision)
  • Chapter 8. Uniform Commercial Code--Revised Article 8.  Investment Securities
  • Chapter 9. Uniform Commercial Code--Secured Transactions
  • Chapter 10. Uniform Commercial Code--Effective Date and Repealer
  • Chapter 11. Uniform Commercial Code--Effective Date and Transition Provisions:  1977 Amendments
  • Chapter 12. Uniform Electronic Transactions Act
  • Chapter 13. Bills, Notes and Other Writings
  • Chapter 15. Mississippi Money Transmitters Act
  • Chapter 17. Interest, Finance Charges, and Other Charges
  • Chapter 19. Seals
  • Chapter 21. Trusts and Combines in Restraint or Hindrance of Trade
  • Chapter 23. Fair Trade Laws
  • Chapter 24. Regulation of Business for Consumer Protection
  • Chapter 25. Registration of Trademarks and Labels
  • Chapter 26. Mississippi Uniform Trade Secrets Act
  • Chapter 27. Weights and Measures
  • Chapter 29. Sale and Inspection of Food and Drugs
  • Chapter 31. Milk and Milk Products
  • Chapter 33. Meat, Meat-Food and Poultry Regulation and Inspection
  • Chapter 35. Meat Inspection
  • Chapter 39. Sale of Baby Chicks
  • Chapter 40. Importation and Sale of Animals or Birds
  • Chapter 41. Gins
  • Chapter 43. Farm Warehouses
  • Chapter 44. Grain Warehouses
  • Chapter 45. Commercial Feeds and Grains
  • Chapter 47. Commercial Fertilizers
  • Chapter 49. Movable Homes
  • Chapter 51. Water Heaters
  • Chapter 53. Paints, Varnishes and Similar Materials
  • Chapter 55. Gasoline and Petroleum Products
  • Chapter 56. Antifreeze and Summer Coolants
  • Chapter 57. Liquefied Petroleum Gases
  • Chapter 58. Mississippi Natural Gas Marketing Act
  • Chapter 59. Correspondence Courses
  • Chapter 60. Proprietary Schools and Colleges
  • Chapter 61. Manufacture and Sale of Jewelry and Optical Equipment
  • Chapter 63. Sales of Cemetery Merchandise and Funeral Services
  • Chapter 65. Going Out of Business Sales;  Unsolicited Goods
  • Chapter 66. Home Solicitation Sales
  • Chapter 67. Loans
  • Chapter 69. Farm Loan Bonds
  • Chapter 71. Uniform Securities Law Repealed
  • Chapter 71. Mississippi Securities Act of 2010
  • Chapter 72. Business Takeovers
  • Chapter 73. Hotels and Innkeepers
  • Chapter 74. Youth Camps
  • Chapter 75. Amusements, Exhibitions and Athletic Events
  • Chapter 76. Mississippi Gaming Control Act
  • Chapter 77. Repurchase of Inventories from Retailers Upon Termination of Contract
  • Chapter 79. Pulpwood Scaling and Practices
  • Chapter 81. Dance Studio Lessons
  • Chapter 83. Health Spas
  • Chapter 85. Transient Vendor
  • Chapter 87. Contracts Between Out-Of-State Principals and Commissioned Sales Representatives
  • Chapter 89. Mississippi Commodities Enforcement Act
  • Chapter 91. Truth in Music Advertising
  • Chapter 93. Fictitious Business Name Registration Act
  • Chapter 95. Business of Purchasing Precious Items for Resale

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