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To adopt and incorporate into the Code of Alabama 1975 those general and permanent laws of the state enacted during the 1989 Special Session and the 1990 Regular Session of the Legislature, as contained in the 1990 Cumulative Supplement to certain volumes of the Code and in the 1990 Replacement Volume 14 of the Code; and to make corrections in certain volumes of such cumulative supplement.
Be It Enacted By The Legislature of Alabama:
Section 1. Those general and permanent laws of the state enacted during the 1989 Special Session and the 1990 Regular Session of the Legislature, as contained in the 1990 Cumulative Supplement to Volumes 3 through 13, and 15 through 22, and the 1990 Replacement Volume 14 of the Code of Alabama 1975, as edited and prepared by The Michie Company, as the Alabama Code Commissioner, which said volumes of such cumulative supplement and said replacement volume are identified and authenticated by the Great Seal of the State of Alabama placed upon the front and back of each of the volumes of the cumulative supplement and upon the first inside page and the last inside page of the replacement volume, be and the same are hereby adopted and incorporated into the Code of Alabama 1975 as adopted by Act No. 20, H. 100, of the 1977 Regular Session of the Legislature, approved February 15, 1977 (Acts of 1977, p. 28). Provided, however, the following corrections shall be made in certain volumes of such 1990 Cumulative Supplement:
(1) § 12-15-71, Vol. 11, p. 56: On the last line of subsection (b), delete “(21)” and insert in lieu thereof “(22)”.
(2) § 12-15-71, Vol. 11, pp. 56, 57: In subsection (c), delete subdivision (4) in its entirety and renumber subdivisions (5) and (6) as (4) and (5). Also, in subsection (c), at the end of renumbered subdivision (4), insert “; or”.
(3) § 35-8A-317, Vol. 19, p. 169: Delete in its entirety the last paragraph following subsection (d).
Section 2. It is hereby declared that The Michie Company, as the Alabama Code Commissioner, has discharged its duties and responsibilities to edit and publish 1990 Replacement Volume 14 of the Code of Alabama 1975 by combining the material in the previous bound volume with the material contained in the cumulative supplement thereto without making any substantive changes, but making such nonsubstantive changes and corrections as may have resulted from changes in reference numbers, changes of names and titles of governmental departments, agencies and officers, typographical errors and misspellings.
Section 3. The adoption of this act shall not repeal, supersede, amend, or in any other way affect any statute enacted into law during any 1991 session of the Legislature.
Section 4. Upon passage and approval of this act, the duly authenticated volumes of the 1990 Cumulative Supplement and the duly authenticated 1990 replacement volume shall be transmitted to the Secretary of State, who shall file the volumes of the supplement and the replacement volume in that office. Such volumes of the supplement and such replacement volume shall not be removed from the office of the Secretary of State, but the Secretary of State, upon request, under proper certificate and seal of that office, shall certify any part or parts thereof upon payment of the fee specified by law for similar services.
Section 5. This act shall become effective immediately upon its passage and approval by the Governor, or upon its otherwise becoming a law.
Approved July 29, 1991.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alabama Code Adoption of Supplements RS 1991, Act No. 91-553 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/al/adoption-of-supplements/al-code-rs-1991-act-no-91-553/
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