Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 73
GENERAL CODE PROVISIONS
CHAPTER 1
CONSTRUCTION OF STATUTES
73-115.  General repeal of existing law. No statute law is continued in force because it is consistent with the provisions of the compiled laws on the same subject, but in all cases provided for therein all statute laws heretofore in force in this state, whether consistent or not with the provisions of the compiled laws, unless expressly continued in force, are repealed and abrogated. This repeal or abrogation does not revive any former law heretofore repealed, nor does it affect any right already existing or accrued, or any action or proceeding already taken, except as in these compiled laws provided; nor does it affect any local or special statute not expressly repealed; nor does it affect any outstanding unexpended appropriation.

History:
[73-115) Based on R.S., sec. 17; am. R.C., sec. 17; reen. C.L. 500:17; C.S., sec. 9457; I.C.A., sec. 70-115.]


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