New York City Administrative Code
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The Administrative Code of the City of New York contains the codified local laws of New York City. As of January 2018, it contains 35 titles, numbered 1 through 16, 16-A, 17 through 20, 20-A, 21, 21-A, and 22 through 32.
The Constitution of New York enumerates the powers of local governments, such as the power to elect a legislative body and adopt local laws. A local law has a status equivalent with a law enacted by the Legislature (subject to certain exceptions and restrictions), and is superior to the older forms of municipal legislation such as ordinances, resolutions, rules and regulations.
- Rules of the City of New York
- New York City Legislative Annual
- New York City Report
- New York City Charter
- Local Laws of the Cities in the State of New York
- Local Laws of New York City
- The City Record
- Government of New York City
- Consolidated Laws of New York
- Laws of New York
- Law of New York
- Gibson, Ellen M.; Manz, William H. (2004). Gibson's New York Legal Research Guide (PDF) (3rd ed.). Wm. S. Hein Publishing. p. 450. ISBN 1-57588-728-2. LCCN 2004042477. OCLC 54455036.
- New York City Administrative Code, from American Legal Publishing Corporation
- Gibson & Manz 2004, p. 258.
- Adopting Local Laws in New York State (PDF). James A. Coon Local Government Technical Series. New York State Department of State. May 1998. pp. 1–3.
- NYSDOS 1998, pp. 3-10.
- NYSDOS 1998, p. 10.
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