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Statutes > Pennsylvania > Title-1 > Chapter-19

1901 - Rules of interpretation.
1902 - Number; gender; tense.
1903 - Words and phrases.
1904 - Numerals.
1905 - Joint authority; quorum.
1906 - Bonds.
1907 - Uniform standard time.
1908 - Computation of time.
1909 - Time; publication for successive weeks.
1910 - Time; computation of months.
1921 - Legislative intent controls.
1922 - Presumptions in ascertaining legislative intent.
1923 - Grammar and punctuation of statutes.
1924 - Construction of titles, preambles, provisos, exceptions and headings.
1925 - Constitutional construction of statutes.
1926 - Presumption against retroactive effect.
1927 - Construction of uniform laws.
1928 - Rule of strict and liberal construction.
1929 - Penalties no bar to civil remedies.
1930 - Penalties for each offense.
1931 - Intent to defraud.
1932 - Statutes in pari materia.
1933 - Particular controls general.
1934 - Irreconcilable clauses in the same statute.
1935 - Irreconcilable statutes passed by same General Assembly.
1936 - Irreconcilable statutes passed by different General Assemblies.
1937 - References to statutes and regulations.
1938 - References to public bodies and public officers.
1939 - Use of comments and reports.
1951 - Interpretation of amendatory statutes.
1952 - Effect of separate amendments on code provisions enacted by same General Assembly.
1953 - Construction of amendatory statutes.
1954 - Merger of subsequent amendments.
1955 - Two or more amendments to same provision, one overlooking the other.
1956 - Repeal of amendatory statutes and original statutes subsequently amended.
1957 - Ineffective provisions not revived by reenactment in amendatory statutes.
1961 - Effect of reenactment on original statute.
1962 - Repeal and reenactment.
1963 - Effect of reenactment on intervening statutes.
1971 - Implied repeal by later statute.
1972 - Nonexistence of reason for statute does not effect repeal.
1973 - No implied repeal by nonuser.
1974 - Effect of separate repeals on code provisions by same General Assembly.
1975 - Effect of repeal on limitations.
1976 - Effect of repeal on rights, et cetera.
1977 - Repeal does not revive repealed statute.
1978 - Repeal as obsolete does not affect substantive rights.
1991 - Definitions.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Pennsylvania > Title-1 > Chapter-19

1901 - Rules of interpretation.
1902 - Number; gender; tense.
1903 - Words and phrases.
1904 - Numerals.
1905 - Joint authority; quorum.
1906 - Bonds.
1907 - Uniform standard time.
1908 - Computation of time.
1909 - Time; publication for successive weeks.
1910 - Time; computation of months.
1921 - Legislative intent controls.
1922 - Presumptions in ascertaining legislative intent.
1923 - Grammar and punctuation of statutes.
1924 - Construction of titles, preambles, provisos, exceptions and headings.
1925 - Constitutional construction of statutes.
1926 - Presumption against retroactive effect.
1927 - Construction of uniform laws.
1928 - Rule of strict and liberal construction.
1929 - Penalties no bar to civil remedies.
1930 - Penalties for each offense.
1931 - Intent to defraud.
1932 - Statutes in pari materia.
1933 - Particular controls general.
1934 - Irreconcilable clauses in the same statute.
1935 - Irreconcilable statutes passed by same General Assembly.
1936 - Irreconcilable statutes passed by different General Assemblies.
1937 - References to statutes and regulations.
1938 - References to public bodies and public officers.
1939 - Use of comments and reports.
1951 - Interpretation of amendatory statutes.
1952 - Effect of separate amendments on code provisions enacted by same General Assembly.
1953 - Construction of amendatory statutes.
1954 - Merger of subsequent amendments.
1955 - Two or more amendments to same provision, one overlooking the other.
1956 - Repeal of amendatory statutes and original statutes subsequently amended.
1957 - Ineffective provisions not revived by reenactment in amendatory statutes.
1961 - Effect of reenactment on original statute.
1962 - Repeal and reenactment.
1963 - Effect of reenactment on intervening statutes.
1971 - Implied repeal by later statute.
1972 - Nonexistence of reason for statute does not effect repeal.
1973 - No implied repeal by nonuser.
1974 - Effect of separate repeals on code provisions by same General Assembly.
1975 - Effect of repeal on limitations.
1976 - Effect of repeal on rights, et cetera.
1977 - Repeal does not revive repealed statute.
1978 - Repeal as obsolete does not affect substantive rights.
1991 - Definitions.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Pennsylvania > Title-1 > Chapter-19

1901 - Rules of interpretation.
1902 - Number; gender; tense.
1903 - Words and phrases.
1904 - Numerals.
1905 - Joint authority; quorum.
1906 - Bonds.
1907 - Uniform standard time.
1908 - Computation of time.
1909 - Time; publication for successive weeks.
1910 - Time; computation of months.
1921 - Legislative intent controls.
1922 - Presumptions in ascertaining legislative intent.
1923 - Grammar and punctuation of statutes.
1924 - Construction of titles, preambles, provisos, exceptions and headings.
1925 - Constitutional construction of statutes.
1926 - Presumption against retroactive effect.
1927 - Construction of uniform laws.
1928 - Rule of strict and liberal construction.
1929 - Penalties no bar to civil remedies.
1930 - Penalties for each offense.
1931 - Intent to defraud.
1932 - Statutes in pari materia.
1933 - Particular controls general.
1934 - Irreconcilable clauses in the same statute.
1935 - Irreconcilable statutes passed by same General Assembly.
1936 - Irreconcilable statutes passed by different General Assemblies.
1937 - References to statutes and regulations.
1938 - References to public bodies and public officers.
1939 - Use of comments and reports.
1951 - Interpretation of amendatory statutes.
1952 - Effect of separate amendments on code provisions enacted by same General Assembly.
1953 - Construction of amendatory statutes.
1954 - Merger of subsequent amendments.
1955 - Two or more amendments to same provision, one overlooking the other.
1956 - Repeal of amendatory statutes and original statutes subsequently amended.
1957 - Ineffective provisions not revived by reenactment in amendatory statutes.
1961 - Effect of reenactment on original statute.
1962 - Repeal and reenactment.
1963 - Effect of reenactment on intervening statutes.
1971 - Implied repeal by later statute.
1972 - Nonexistence of reason for statute does not effect repeal.
1973 - No implied repeal by nonuser.
1974 - Effect of separate repeals on code provisions by same General Assembly.
1975 - Effect of repeal on limitations.
1976 - Effect of repeal on rights, et cetera.
1977 - Repeal does not revive repealed statute.
1978 - Repeal as obsolete does not affect substantive rights.
1991 - Definitions.

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