Secondary Sources / American Law Institute – S.B. 775
Provides that a secondary source (such as ALI Restatements) including
Provides that a secondary source (such as ALI Restatements) including a legal treatise, scholarly publication, textbook, or other explanatory text, does not constitute the law or public policy of Missouri to the extent its adoption would create, eliminate, expand, or restrict a cause of action, right, or remedy, or to the extent it is inconsistent with, or in conflict with, or otherwise not addressed by, Missouri statutory law or Missouri appellate case law precedent.
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