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Question 125 out of 5 pointsLegislative history is primary authority.Selected Answer:FalseAnswers:TrueFalseQuestion 135 out of 5 points
Legislative history is composed of:Question 145 out of 5 pointsThe Congressional Information Service is available on Westlaw and LexisNexis.Question 150 out of 5 pointsRestatements of the Law have which of the following features?
Question 160 out of 5 pointsThere is currently a Restatement for security law.Selected Answer:FalseAnswers:TrueFalseQuestion 175 out of 5 pointsA uniform law is a secondary authority source that may become primary authority if it is adopted by a state legislature.Question 185 out of 5 pointsThe Index to Legal Periodicals and the Current Law Index are available on Westlaw and LexisNexis.Question 195 out of 5 pointsWhich of the following is a research tool designed to help a researcher locate specific articles?
Question 205 out of 5 pointsTo locate a standardized definition or statement of the law and reasons in support of the definition or statement, a researcher should refer to:Selected Answer:b.Restatements of the LawAnswers:a.A legal dictionaryb.Restatements of the Lawc.The ALRd.The ACJSQuestion 15 out of 5 pointsIt is important to know how to conduct research using print resources for which of thefollowing reasons?