United States Code Definition

The official, bound codification of federal law; this multi-volume set is issued anew every six years and updated by supplements in the intervening years. The supplement is called the United States Code Congressional and Administrative News.
Webster's New World Law
  • U. S. Code
(law) A compilation of the statutes of the United States federal government, with sections arranged by topic rather than by date of enactment, and with superseded and expired sections removed.

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