4 edition of Official bulletins, orders, and selected attorney general"s opinions found in the catalog.
Official bulletins, orders, and selected attorney general"s opinions
Pennsylvania. Insurance Dept.
Cover title: Notices, atty. general opinions.
|Other titles||Notices, atty. general opinions.|
|Statement||Pennsylvania Insurance Department.|
|LC Classifications||KFP185 .A836|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (loose-leaf) :|
|LC Control Number||80085212|
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Opinions. The Attorney General has directed the Office of Legal Counsel to publish selected opinions for the convenience of the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Branches of the government, and of the professional bar and the general public.
The authority of the Office of And selected attorney generals opinions book Counsel to render legal opinions derives from the authority of the Attorney General. Shepard’s Minnesota Citations lists attorney generals’ opinions as citing references to cases but lists selected opinions in and selected attorney generals opinions book biennial reports from to as cited references.
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If the opinion request is granted, it is assigned to an assistant attorney general having recognized expertise in the relevant area of the law. OFFICIAL OPINIONS OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL 1 AGO CITIES AND TOWNS; ELECTIONS: A person chosen by a promptly selected a replacement for the deceased member.
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As the chief law officer of the state, the California Attorney General provides legal opinions upon request to designated state and local public officials and government agencies on issues arising in the course of their duties.
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The Attorney General will also provide opinions to other state officers, such as legislators, judges or district attorneys. The Attorney General does not generally provide legal advice, opinions or representation to county or municipal governments or officials, but will on request review the written legal opinions and conclusions of counsel for.
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Code Ann. § (b)(6). The Attorney General cannot issue opinions to county or. For example, I would be the third opinion issued in The number in parentheses (R) references the request for an opinion file number. Opinions of the Attorney General are advisory, and do not have the same effect as decisions of a court of law.
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the city attorney of any city or town; the county attorney or board of county commissioners of any county; Private citizens may not request Attorney General opinions. See the guidelines for opinion requests below. The opinions carry the weight of law, unless they are overturned by a court or the legislature changes the law or laws involved.Attorney General Josh Kaul issued an interim attorney general opinion on the applicability of Wisconsin Legislature v.
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The Attorney General may provide an opinion to state legislators on a question relating to proposed or pending legislation, or when the opinion .