KSC, Title 1. PROVISIONS OF GENERAL APPLICABILITY TO CODE
Chapter 3. Effect
Section 1.301. Enactment of Code.
In the enactment of the
Code legislative purpose or intent expressed in a codified act and not appearing
in the Code continues in effect unless altered by law.
Section 1.302. Severability.
A Court holding that a
provision of the Code or of a statute is invalid does not extend to another Code
provision or portion of the statute, if by any interpretation it is valid.
For this purpose one provision is severable from another.
Section 1.303. Effect of Code.
The repeal of law by the
initial enactment of the Code does not affect the status of a civil or criminal
action or a right or liability existing when the Code takes
Section 1.304. Delayed effect; continued effect.
(1) Chapter 2 of Title 7 (Broadcast Authority) does not take effect until October 1, 1988. Upon its taking effect Sections 5.201(8)(a) and 5.205 cease to have effect.
(2) Section 5.425 (retirement) does not take place until January 1, 1989.
(3) Chapter 14 of Title 12 (Alcoholic Drink) does not take effect until January 1, 1986. Section 13.516 (Unauthorized selling of alcoholic drink) and Section 13.517 (Unauthorized consumption of alcoholic drink) do not go into effect until January 1, 1986. State Law 2-15 remains through December 31, 1985.
(4) A cause of action against the Trust Territory Government survives, or arises pursuant to Chapter 6 of Title 6 of the Trust Territory Code (Actions Against the Trust Territory) which continues in effect for that purpose.
(5) Section 5.424 (Seaman) takes effect January 1, 1986. Chapter 4 of Title 19 of the Trust Territory Code (The Seaman. s Protection Act) remains in effect through December 31, 1985.
Subsection (1) was amended by State Law 4-36.
Subsection (2) was amended by State Laws 3-102 and 4-38.
Section 1.305. Implementation of Code.
Within thirty days
following the Code's taking effect the Clerk of Courts gives [the] Department of
Administration and Finance all records pertaining to birth, marriage, and
Amended by State Law 7-1.
Section 1.306. Continuation of Authority.
(1) Upon the Code's taking effect, obligation or spending authority, or a permit, or license granted pursuant to law continues in effect according to its terms.
(2) A person who has paid a road tax pursuant to Chapter 11 of State Law 2-43, as amended, or purchased a business license pursuant to Chapter 5 of State Law 2-43, as amended has no right to reimbursement of payment.
(3) A municipality may not license a commercial activity until a permit issued for the activity pursuant to Chapter 5 of State Law 2-43, as amended, has expired.
Section 1.307. Application.
This title applies to the
Code and to a State statute.