Legal Information: Vermont
Updated: December 19, 2022
The statutes are current through Chapters 186 (end) and M-19 (end) of the Adjourned Session of the 2021-2022 Vermont General Assembly (2022). Statutes are subject to change as determined by the Vermont Legislative Council. Please check to make sure there have been no changes since this time. You can find other Vermont statutes on the Vermont General Assembly website.
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