Rhode Island General Laws Title 37. Public Property and Works

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  • Chapter 1. Acceptance of Gifts
  • Chapter 2. State Purchases
  • Chapter 2.1. Domestic Steel
  • Chapter 2.2. Disability Business Enterprises
  • Chapter 2.3. Government Oversight and Fiscal Accountability Review Act
  • Chapter 2.4. Habilitation Procurement Program
  • Chapter 2.5. Prohibition on Contracting with Iran
  • Chapter 2.6. Anti-Discrimination in State Contracts
  • Chapter 3.2. Quonset Point Naval Air Station Property Lease
  • Chapter 4. Automotive Equipment
  • Chapter 5. Department of Transportation
  • Chapter 6. Acquisition of Land
  • Chapter 6.1. Relocation Payments
  • Chapter 6.2. Scenic Enhancement and Rest and Recreation Areas Along Federal Aid Highways
  • Chapter 7. Management and Disposal of Property
  • Chapter 7.1. Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation--Sale of Property
  • Chapter 8. Public Buildings
  • Chapter 9. State Auditorium
  • Chapter 10. Eastern States' Exposition Building
  • Chapter 11. Insurance of State Property
  • Chapter 12. Contractors' Bonds
  • Chapter 12.1. Substitution of Security for Retained Earnings of Architects and Engineers
  • Chapter 13. Labor and Payment of Debts by Contractors
  • Chapter 13.1. Actions Against the State on Highway and Public Works Contracts
  • Chapter 14.1. Minority Business Enterprise
  • Chapter 14.2. The Micro Businesses Act
  • Chapter 15. Litter Control and Recycling
  • Chapter 15.1. Hard-To-Dispose Material--Control and Recycling
  • Chapter 16. Public Works Arbitration
  • Chapter 18. Narragansett Indian Land Management Corporation
  • Chapter 20. Big River Reservoir Moratorium
  • Chapter 21. Minority Business Development Compliance Act
  • Chapter 23. Safety Awareness Programs
  • Chapter 24. The Green Buildings Act

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