1:1-21. Construction and effect of statutes compiled or saved from repeal
Statutes and parts of statutes included in the Revised Statutes under the titles by which they were adopted by the Legislature and the statutes contained in Appendix A (App. A:1-1 et seq.), and statutes and parts of statutes included in the Revised Statutes or in any other statute by reference to their titles or in any other manner, and designated as "saved from repeal" shall have operative force and effect only to the extent that they were operative and effective at the time of the taking effect of the Revised Statutes or of such other statute, as the case may be. Such statutes or parts of statutes shall not be deemed repealed by the enactment of the Revised Statutes or of such other statute, except so far as they are inconsistent with the provisions thereof but, in so far as they may have been so repealed or have been superseded or impliedly repealed by legislation subsequent to their enactment, they shall remain so superseded or repealed, and shall have no further or additional effect because of their inclusion in the Revised Statutes, or such other statute, as aforesaid.
Amended by L.1960, c. 187, p. 783, s. 13, eff. Jan. 18, 1961.
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