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Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)

Definition - What does Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) mean?

The Code of Federal Regulations is a database of laws that is updated on an annual basis, which represents all of the executive laws that are on the federal books of the United States.

Every year, these laws have the potential of being updated with clauses or codicils, which are added on in the one location that can be accessed by anyone.

Justipedia explains Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)

The Code of Federal Regulations contains all the annulled and codified laws that are reviewed or abolished each year on a federal level. If any new law is made that would be federally mandated, it would be added in.

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