State law definition

State law means the constitution, orders, case law, statutes, and rules, of the state.

Examples of State law in a sentence

  • The extent of the responsibility of the successor for the liabilities of the predecessor may vary, depending on State law and specific circumstances.

  • State law, and, if the work is to be paid wholly or in part with Federal-aid funds, Federal law requires the bidder to make various certifications as a part of the proposal and contract.

  • Terms and conditions in parts B and C of this permit shall not be federally enforceable and shall be enforceable under State law only, only if specifically identified in this permit as such.

  • State law operates to mitigate/lessen the moral obligation of the public employer to the employee, because all parties enter the employment exchange with notice as to the law.

  • All other terms and conditions of this permit shall not be federally enforceable and shall be enforceable under State law only.


More Definitions of State law

State law means the unemployment insurance law of any
State law means a State law. – A State constitutional provision or statute,
State law means a state constitutional provision or statute, or an ordinance, rule or regulation enacted or adopted by a state agency or political subdivision of the state pursuant to state constitution or statute.
State law means the unemploy- ment compensation law of a State ap- proved by the Secretary under section 3304 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, 26 U.S.C. 3304, if the State is cer- tified under section 3304(c) of the Inter- nal Revenue Code of 1986, 26 U.S.C. 3304(c).(2) Applicable State law means the State law made applicable to a UCX claimant by § 614.8.
State law means the law of the State of Nevada, as set forth in the Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) and the regulations thereunder.
State law means the unemployment insurance law of any state, approved by the