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You may need to find a specific law, perhaps the “lemon law” or the pothole law or alimony…  There are a couple of ways to  find the specific statute.  First, you can try our A to Z topics page. You will find links to the statutes and regulations in all our 150 topics.

The second place is our Popular Name Table.  We have made a table of the most often requested laws.  It is not a complete index, but it does put you in the right place for hundreds of topics. Browse our table of Massachusetts laws and regulations by name. This table was developed as an aid in finding selective Mass. General Laws by their commonly known names, because some common terms do not actually appear in the text of the statutes. In some instances, there are references to judicial decisions and agency regulations.

And it should go without saying, but I will say it nonetheless, you can always ask us!

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