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Current Law Statutes Annotated

Current Law Statutes Annotated, published between 1994 and 2004 as Current Law Statutes, contains annotated copies of Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom passed since 1947 and Acts of the Scottish Parliament passed since 1999. It is published by Sweet & Maxwell in London and by W Green in Edinburgh. It was formerly also published by Stevens & sons in London.

In 1982, Glanville Williams said that Current Law Statutes Annotated was "useful" at the first appearance of an Act. It was not, however, regularly kept up to date by reissues or supplements. Williams said this was a "defect".[1] In 1995, Downes called it "the most useful" collection of Acts published yearly.[2]

In 1989, the Law Library Journal said that the annotations in Current Law Statutes Annotated were "not helpful".[3] In 1995, Downes said the commentary on important legislation was "comprehensive".[2]

Publication of Current Law Statutes began in 1948.[4]

Irish Current Law Statutes Annotated is published by Sweet & Maxwell at Dublin. Publication began in 1984.[5] It contains copies of Acts of the Oireachtas proclaimed since the beginning of 1984, in their English dress.[6]


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  1. ^ Williams, G L. Learning the Law. Eleventh Edition. Stevens. London. 1982. ISBN 0-420-46290-2, p. 178
  2. ^ a b Downes, T Anthony. Textbook on Contract. Fourth Edition. Blackstone Press Limited. 1995. Page 24.
  3. ^ The Law Library Journal. American Association of Law Libraries. 1989. Volume 81. Page 719.
  4. ^ John S James and Leslie F Maxwell. A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth of Nations. Second Edition. Sweet & Maxwell. 1957. Volume 2. Page 88.
  5. ^ Winterton and Moys. Information Sources in Law. 2nd Ed. 1997. Page 267.
  6. ^ British Book News. British Council. 1984. Page 672. Google Books.

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