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New York Codes, Rules and Regulations

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New York Codes, Rules and Regulations

Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New York
Cover binder of the NYCRR
Publisher New York State Department of State
OCLC 12613551

The New York Codes, Rules and Regulations (NYCRR) primarily contains state agency rules and regulations (sometimes called delegated legislation or administrative law) adopted under the State Administrative Procedure Act (SAPA) after being published in the New York State Register. The NYCRR is officially compiled by the New York State Department of State's Division of Administrative Rules.[1]

Contents

Titles of the NYCRR
Title # State department Number of volumes
1 Agriculture and Markets 2 volumes
2 Audit and Control 1 volume
3 Banking 1 volume
4 Civil Service 1 volume
5 Economic Development 1 volume
6 Environmental Conservation 15 volumes
7 Correctional Services 1 volume
8 Education 4 volumes
9 Executive 11 volumes
10 Health 7 volumes
11 Insurance 4 volumes
12 Labor 5 volumes
13 Law 1 volume
14 Mental Hygiene 3 volumes
15 Motor Vehicles 1 volume
16 Public Service 3 volumes
17 Transportation 3 volumes
18 Social Services 4 volumes
19 State 2 volumes
20 Taxation and Finance 3 volumes
21 Miscellaneous 4 volumes
22 Judiciary 5 volumes
23 Financial Services 1 volume

See also

References

  1. ^ "Division of Administrative Rules".  

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