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What is CONSOLIDATED LAWS OR STATUTES

A collection or compilation into one statute or one code or volume of all the laws of the state in general, or of those relating to a particular subject; nearly the same as “compiled laws” or “compiled statutes.” See COMPILATION. And see Ellis v. Parsell, 100 Mich. 170, 58 N. W. 830; Graham v. Muskegon Countv Clerk, 116 Mich. 571, 74 N. W. 729

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