Definition Edit

A model law (also known as a uniform law) is a proposed series of laws pertaining to a specific subject, that the states may choose to adopt or reject, in whole or in part. If a state adopts the model law then it becomes the statutory law of that state.

Overview Edit

The purpose of a model law is to attempt to homogenize all states' laws on a particular subject. Examples of such model laws are

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