National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws

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National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws

Founded in 1892 to study the laws of the various states,recommend areas that should have uniform laws around the nation,and then write laws that may serve as models for legislation by the individual states. The current real estate-related laws written and proposed by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (www.nccusl.org) include topics on landlord-tenant law, condominiums, conservation easements,residential time-shares,and nonjudicial foreclosure.

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uniform law commissioners for specified terms without compensation.
Romanello--were joined by more than 200 lawyers, judges, law professors, legislators, and government attorneys appointed in their respective jurisdictions to serve as uniform law commissioners.
The uniform law commissioners adopted it last summer.
Presently, each state operates under a different advance directive regulation, which often results in conflicts between statutes in different states (Uniform Law Commissioners, 1994).
Perlman, dean of the University of Nebraska College of Law and chair of the Uniform Law Commissioners (ULC) committee that drafted the act.
The Uniform Law Commissioners at their National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State laws in August 1994 passed a Uniform Liability Act to assimilate the best qualities of state legislation, modern law practice, and most recent developments in tax rulings in an effort to provide a measure of uniformity.
It then in effect explored the dangling phrase, "or under that [act]." As the Uniform Law Commissioners explain in their prefatory note, this language was included "to cover the rare case in which there may be uncertainty as to the mother." [3] In such cases, Civil Code Section 7015 provides that the procedures used to determine paternity will apply.
As was discussed, all but two states have adopted LLC statutes, and a Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (Act) was approved by the Uniform Law Commissioners in August 1994.
The uniform law commissioners are walking directly into the maelstrom.
If the ABA approves, the Uniform Law Commissioners will present the bill for passage by state legislatures.
It is also too early to predict how the more than 200 delegates to the national convention of Uniform Law Commissioners will react to the committee's draft.
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