Section 1.47 | Presumptions in enactment of statutes.
January 3, 1972
House Bill 607 - 109th General Assembly
In enacting a statute, it is presumed that:
(A) Compliance with the constitutions of the state and of the United States is intended;
(B) The entire statute is intended to be effective;
(C) A just and reasonable result is intended;
(D) A result feasible of execution is intended.
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- January 3, 1972 – House Bill 607 - 109th General Assembly [ View January 3, 1972 Version ]