To file a letter of intent against a public officer or government official it is necessary to list the state codes they have violated.
Each state has its own set of laws that must be followed by public and government elected officials.
In order to file a claim against a public elected official it is necessary to understand the duties and responsibilities of these individuals. If a public official is working outside the law and creating their own laws it is against the state constitution and the US Constitution.
When filing a claim against a surety bond the state codes must be sited in the claim. The claim filed against a bond must be within the scope of the bond to be deemed valid.
In order to assist with your letter of intent, we are putting together a listing of all the applicable revised codes for your state. Click on your state below for a listing of revised codes for the following:
Click on the name of your state to find the Legislative Revised Codes. We are adding new states. Please check back to see if your state has been added.