Answered By: Kate Britt
Last Updated: Feb 24, 2022     Views: 8

The Michigan Compiled Laws (MCL) is the official codification of statutes by the state of Michigan. It has not been published officially since 1970, though the laws can be found on the Michigan Legislature website.

The two major commercial publishers, West and Lexis, produce print editions of the current Michigan code.

Citations to either of these commercial codes are generally accepted in Michigan court filings. According to the Michigan Supreme Court Appellate Opinion Manual, when citing, use "MCL," not "MCLA" or MCLS."

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