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44-2041 - Continuance of prior law for certain purposes
44-2041. Continuance of prior law for certain purposes
A. All laws which were repealed by Laws 1951, chapter 18, section 25, shall remain in force for the prosecution and punishment of any person who, prior to June 17, 1951, committed an offense contrary to the provisions of any law in force at the time the offense was committed, and such person may be prosecuted and punished under the law as it existed when the violation occurred.
B. Sales, contracts or agreements made prior to June 17, 1951, and all rights and liabilities of the parties thereto, shall continue as provided by the law as it existed at the time such sales, contracts or agreements were made. All laws or parts thereof repealed by Laws 1951, chapter 18, section 25, shall remain in force for the enforcement of such rights and liabilities.