The Kansas supreme court may answer questions of law certified to it by the supreme
court of the United States, a court of appeals of the United States, a United States
district court or the highest appellate court or the intermediate appellate court
of any other state, when requested by the certifying court if there are involved in
any proceeding before it questions of law of this state which may be determinative
of the cause then pending in the certifying court and as to which it appears to the
certifying court there is no controlling precedent in the decisions of the supreme
court and the court of appeals of this state.
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