Section 7-10-102

Specific repealer; provision for transition.

(1) The following acts and all other acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed:

Code of Alabama 1940: Title 2, Sections 504-567, inclusive; Title 5, Section 135 and Section 136; Title 7, Section 401 and Section 402; Title 9, Sections 10-13, inclusive; Title 10, Sections 48-69, inclusive; Title 20, Section 10, as amended, and Sections 11-14, inclusive; Title 39, Sections 1-12, inclusive, Section 13, as amended, Sections 14-85, inclusive, Section 86, as amended, Sections 87-183, inclusive, Section 190 and Section 191; Title 47, Section 110, Section 111, Section 123, Section 124, Section 130, Section 131, as amended, and Sections 161-163, inclusive; Title 48, Sections 356-397, inclusive; Title 57, Sections 1-76, inclusive; and the following Acts of the Legislature of Alabama: Act No. 591, General Acts of Alabama, Regular Session (1939) p. 963, approved June 28, 1940; Act No. 641, General Acts of Alabama, Regular Session (1939) p. 1006, approved July 10, 1940; Act No. 128, General Acts of Alabama, Regular Session (1943) p. 130, approved June 10, 1943; Act No. 129, General Acts of Alabama, Regular Session (1943) p. 131, approved June 10, 1943; Act No. 270, General Acts of Alabama, Regular Session (1947) p. 111, approved August 8, 1947; Act No. 320, General Acts of Alabama, Regular Session (1949) p. 451, approved August 2, 1949, as amended; Act No. 338, General Acts of Alabama, Regular Session (1949) p. 503, approved August 8, 1949; Act No. 555, General Acts of Alabama, Regular Session (1957) p. 775, approved September 18, 1957; Act No. 570, General Acts of Alabama, Regular Session (1957) p. 790, approved September 18, 1957; Act No. 881, General Acts of Alabama, Regular Session (1961) p. 1385, approved September 8, 1961; and Act No. 82, General Acts of Alabama, Regular Session (1963) p. 461, approved June 27, 1963.

(2) Transactions validly entered into before the effective date specified in Section 7-10-101 and the rights, duties and interests flowing from them remain valid thereafter and may be terminated, completed, consummated or enforced as required or permitted by any statute or other law amended or repealed by this title as though such repeal or amendment had not occurred.

(Acts 1965, No. 549, p. 811.)