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The US Code print compilations are generated from the most recent official version made available by the US House of Representatives.  For exact information about the currency of any particular title as it is published by the House, see the listing on the House server.  The date of any text appearing on this site appears in italics at the upper right in every Code section. For more on the codification process, see the Office of the Law Revision Counsel's codification page.

So how do I know the currency of this material?

Each section is dated at the top of the text; these date the text according to the information that the House provides about it. At this point we are not sure how often the House will issue new versions of this information to the public.

What about the fine print?

While the editors endeavor to have each collection be accurate and complete, neither the LII nor Cornell warrants that the information in downloadable titles is complete or accurate. Both disclaim all liability to any person for any loss caused by errors or omissions in this collection of information.

Although the printable U.S. Code is based on the version published by the Office of the Law Revision Counsel for the U.S. Congress, it is not the official U.S. Code, and it is not necessarily up to date. (See http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/faq.html for further explanation.)

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