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Where can you research Washington state law?

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The Washington Legislature’s website provides the complete body of Washington state law, the revised code of Washington. The website also provides full text of state agency regulations, the Washington administrative code, according to the Washington State Legislature.

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The statutes are broken down by title, chapter and section. For example, Title 82 pertains to excise taxes,

Chapter 82.08 covers the retail sales tax, and RCW 82.08.020 establishes the tax on retail car rentals, notes the Washington State Legislature. The administrative rules are also broken down by title, chapter and section. For example, Title 458 contains rules promulgated by the Department of Revenue, Chapter 458 covers excise taxes, and WAC 458-20-211 provides information on the application of retail sales tax to leases or rentals of tangible personal property such as cars. In addition to menu walking, users can employ the website’s search functionality.

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