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Indiana Code

The Indiana Code in book form

The Indiana Code is the code of laws for the U.S. state of Indiana. The contents are the codification of all the laws currently in effect within Indiana. First codified in 1824, it has been updated almost every year since then and is maintained and updated by the Office of Code Revision.

Organization

The laws of Indiana were first codified in 1823 by [2]

The code has been revised almost every year since then, with the General Assembly specifying which clauses are to be altered in the bills they pass. The code is currently (as of 2013) made up of thirty-six titles, three of which have been repealed, with each title being subdivided into articles, chapters, sections, and clauses. The code is maintained by the Office of Code Revision, that is part of the Indiana Legislative Services Agency. In total there are over thirteen-thousand clauses in the code that govern everything by state law from the design of the flag of Indiana, the method of holding elections, to the exact border with Kentucky.

Titles

  • Title 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS
  • Title 2. GENERAL ASSEMBLY
  • Title 3. ELECTIONS
  • Title 4. STATE OFFICES AND ADMINISTRATION
  • Title 5. STATE AND LOCAL ADMINISTRATION
  • Title 6. TAXATION
  • Title 7. ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO
  • Title 8. UTILITIES AND TRANSPORTATION
  • Title 9. MOTOR VEHICLES
  • Title 10. PUBLIC SAFETY
  • Title 11. CORRECTIONS
  • Title 12. HUMAN SERVICES
  • Title 13. ENVIRONMENT
  • Title 14. NATURAL AND CULTURAL RESOURCES
  • Title 15. AGRICULTURE AND ANIMALS
  • Title 16. HEALTH
  • Title 17. REPEALED
  • Title 18. REPEALED
  • Title 19. REPEALED
  • Title 20. EDUCATION
  • Title 21. HIGHER EDUCATION
  • Title 22. LABOR AND SAFETY
  • Title 23. BUSINESS AND OTHER ASSOCIATIONS
  • Title 24. TRADE REGULATION
  • Title 25. PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
  • Title 26. COMMERCIAL LAW
  • Title 27. INSURANCE
  • Title 28. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
  • Title 29. PROBATE
  • Title 30. TRUSTS AND FIDUCIARIES
  • Title 31. FAMILY LAW AND JUVENILE LAW
  • Title 32. PROPERTY
  • Title 33. COURTS AND COURT OFFICERS
  • Title 34. CIVIL LAW AND PROCEDURE
  • Title 35. CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE
  • Title 36. LOCAL GOVERNMENT

See also

References

  1. ^ Woollen, p. 53
  2. ^ Woollen, p. 78

Sources

  • Woollen, William Wesley (1975). Biographical and Historical Sketches of Early Indiana. Ayer Publishing.  

External links

  • "Indiana Code". IN.gov. Retrieved 2008-08-08. 
  • Indiana Online Law Reference
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