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Oklahoma Statutes Affecting the Oklahoma Corporation Commission

Oklahoma Law Affecting the Oklahoma Corporation Commission

The Oklahoma Government Website Information Act, 74 Okla. Stat. § 3106.3 et seq., requires each state agency to post on its website:

  1. Any administrative rules adopted pursuant to the Administrative Procedures Act, which the public body uses to operate;
  2. Any proposed administrative rules submitted by the public body pursuant to the Administrative Procedures Act;
  3. Any statutes [affecting] the public body and its operations; and
  4. Any statutes the public may find useful in interacting with the public body.

Corporation Commission administrative rules (Oklahoma Administrative Code Title 165) may be found at the following links:

The constitutional provisions and statutes listed below may affect the Commission, or may help the public interact with the Commission. If you believe other constitutional provisions or statutes should be included, please report these laws to the OCC's Office of General Counsel.

(+Indicates article creating the Corporation Commission)
(*Indicates section specifically mentioning the Corporation Commission)

Link to the Oklahoma Constitution

Article 1 - Federal Relations

  • § 1. Supreme law of land.

Article 2 - Bill of Rights

Since the following constitutional provisions were drafted, the federal government - acting through Congress and the U.S. Supreme Court - has limited the states' powers in various fields addressed in this article. Consideration of federal law may be important to issues dealt with in this article.

  • §1. Political power - Purpose of government - Alteration or reformation.
  • §2. Inherent rights.
  • §3. Right of Assembly and Petition.
  • §5. Public money or property - Use for sectarian purposes.
  • §6. Courts of Justice open - Remedies for wrongs - Sale, denial or delay.
  • §7. Due process of law.
  • §9. Excessive bail or fines - Cruel or unusual punishment.
  • §11. Officers - Personal attention to duties - Intoxication.
  • §12. Officers of United States or other states - Ineligibility to office.
  • §15. Bills of attainder - Ex post facto laws - Obligation of contracts - Forfeitures.
  • §23. Private property - Taking or damaging for private use.
  • §24. Private property - Public use - Character of use a judicial question.
  • §28. Corporate records, books and files.
  • §32. Perpetuities - Monopolies - Primogeniture - Entailments.

Article 4 - Distribution of Powers

  • § 1. Departments of government - Separation and distinction.

Article 5 - Legislative Department

  • §54. Repeal of statute - Effect.
  • §55. Appropriations - Necessity and requisites.
  • §56. General appropriation bills - Salaries - Separate appropriation bills.
  • §57. Subjects and titles - Revival or amendment by reference - Extent of invalidity.
  • §58. Time of taking effect of statutes - Emergency measures.
  • §59. Uniform operation of general laws - Special laws when general law applicable.
  • §60. System of checks and balances.
  • §63. Continuity of governmental operations in periods of emergency.

Article 6 - Executive Department

  • § 1. Executive officers enumerated - Offices and records - Duties.

Article 7 - Judicial Department

  • § 1. Courts in which judicial power vested.

Article 8 - Impeachment and Removal from Office

  • § 1. Officers subject to impeachment - Grounds - Suspension from office upon felony conviction - Reinstatement - Temporary judges.
  • § 2. Removal of officers not subject to impeachment.
  • § 3. Presiding officer in case of impeachment - Presentation of impeachment.
  • § 4. Oath or affirmation - Number concurring.
  • § 5. Judgment of impeachment.
  • § 6. Necessary laws to be passed.

+Article 9 - Corporations

Since some of the following constitutional provisions were drafted, the federal government has preempted many of the states' regulatory powers in various fields. Consideration of federal law may be important to any question involving an issue raised by this article.

  • § 2. Rights as to construction of lines.
  • § 3. Receipt of cars, tonnage and passengers from other lines.
  • *§ 4. Oil pipe line companies - Regulation - Duties.
  • § 5. Telegraph and telephone companies - Transmission of messages - Physical connections to lines.
  • *§ 6. Railroads as public highways - Offices - Meetings - Reports - Enforcement.
  • § 7. Moveable property as personal property - Liability of property to execution.
  • *§ 8. Consolidation of public service corporations - Common officer.
  • *§ 9. Sales and leases - Additional restrictions on consolidation.
  • § 10. Street Railroads - Consent to construction and operation.
  • § 11. Acceptance of provisions of Constitution.
  • § 12. Transportation of railroad's own commodities.
  • § 13. Free transportation of passengers.
  • *§ 15. Creation - Terms of office - Vacancies.
  • *§ 16. Qualifications of commissioners.
  • *§ 17. Oath of office - Additional oath.
  • *§ 18. Powers and duties - Notice before taking action - Process for witnesses - Authority of Legislature - Municipal powers.
  • *§ 18a. Organization - Quorum - Necessary vote.
  • *§ 18b. Company defined.
  • *§ 19. Powers of court of record - Additional powers - Failure or refusal to obey orders.
  • *§ 20. Appeals to Supreme Court - Other courts to have no jurisdiction - Mandamus and prohibition.
  • *§ 21. Supersedeas - Security - Accounts - Refunds - Precedence of appeals.
  • *§ 22. Statement of reasons for action- Cause heard on record - Certification of facts and evidence - New or additional evidence.
  • *§ 24. Rights of action not affected - Questioning action of Commission.
  • *§ 25. Reports and recommendations.
  • *§ 26. Railway depots and depot buildings.
  • *§ 27. Railroad crossings at grade.
  • *§ 28. Inspection of books and papers - Examination of officers and agents.
  • *§ 29. Record of financial transactions.
  • *§ 30. Greater charge for less distance.
  • *§ 31. Foreign corporations - Eminent domain - Restrictions on exercise.
  • *§ 32. Through rates - Investigation - Notice - Application to Interstate Commerce Commission.
  • *§ 33. Switches to mines, mills, elevators and industries.
  • § 34. Definitions - Avoidance of conflicts with U.S. Constitution.
  • § 35. Power of Legislature.
  • § 36. Common law doctrine abrogated - Liability for acts of receivers - Power of Legislature.

Article 10 - Revenue and Taxation

  • § 1. Fiscal year.
  • § 15. Pledge or loan of credit.
  • § 19. Specification of purpose of tax - Devotion to another purpose.
  • § 23. Balanced budget - Procedures.
  • § 27. Indebtedness for purchase, construction or repair of public utilities.
  • § 27A. Municipal water and water facilities - Financing.
  • *§ 27B. Political subdivisions - Public utilities financing - Indebtedness.
  • § 29. Bonds and evidence of indebtedness - Certificates as to compliance with law.
  • § 30. System of accounting.

Article 15 - Oath of Office

  • § 1. Officers required to take oath or affirmation - Form.
  • § 2. Administration and filing of oath - Refusal to take - False swearing.

Article 18 - Municipal Corporations

  • § 5(a). Grant, extension or renewal - Approval by voters - Term.
  • § 5(b). Petition - Calling election - Result of election.
  • § 7. Control and regulation not divested - Surrender of powers - Exclusive franchises.

Article 20 - Manufacture and Commerce

  • § 2. Kerosene oil - Flash test - Specific gravity test.

Article 23 - Miscellaneous

  • § 1. Hours of labor on public work.
  • § 1A. Participation in labor organization as condition of employment prohibited.
  • § 10. Change of salary during term.

Article 29 - Ethics Commission

  • § 3. Ethics Rules.
  • § 4. Investigation - Decision - Subpoena Power.
  • § 5. Ethics Interpretations.
  • § 6. Criminal Penalties.

Article 30 - Official Actions of State

  • § 1. English language.

Schedule

  • *§ 15. Compensation of certain state officers.

Link to Title 2

BOLL WEEVIL ERADICATION ACT

  • § 3-50.1 - Short Title
  • § 3-50.15 - Interagency Cooperation

OKLAHOMA TRADE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

  • * § 5-59 - Establishment of Oklahoma Trade Development Program

OKLAHOMA FUEL ALCOHOL ACT

  • § 11-20 - Short Title
  • § 11-21 - Permit Required
  • * § 11-22 - Kinds of Permits - Fees - Rules
  • § 11-23 - Application for Permit - Display of Permit
  • § 11-24 - Revocation of Permit
  • § 11-25 - List of Registered Alcohol Producers
  • § 11-26 - Violations - Penalties
  • § 11-27 - Rules - Inspection of Plants

OKLAHOMA BIOFUELS DEVELOPMENT ACT

  • § 1950.10 - Short Title - Legislative Findings
  • § 1950.11 - Oklahoma Biofuels Development Advisory Committee

Link to Title 5

  • § 1 - Persons Who May Not Practice as an Attorney
  • § 3 - Duties of Attorneys
  • § 5 - Proof of Authority
  • § 11 - Attorney Not to Serve as Surety

RULES FOR MANDATORY CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION

  • Rule 3. Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Requirement
  • Rule 6. Noncompliance and Sanctions

OKLAHOMA RULES OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT

  • Preamble
  • Scope
  • Rule 1.0 Terminology

CLIENT-LAWYER RELATIONSHIP

  • Rule 1.1. Competence
  • Rule 1.2. Scope of Representation and Allocation of Authority between Client and Lawyer
  • Rule 1.3. Diligence
  • Rule 1.4. Communication
  • Rule 1.6. Confidentiality of Information
  • Rule 1.7. Conflict of Interest: Current Clients
  • Rule 1.9. Conflict of Interest: Duties to Former Clients
  • Rule 1.10. Imputation of Conflicts of Interest: General Rule
  • Rule 1.11. Special Conflicts of Interest for Former and Current Government Officers and Employees
  • Rule 1.12. Former Judge, Arbitrator, Mediator or Other Third-Party Neutral
  • Rule 1.13. Organization as Client
  • Rule 1.16. Declining or Terminating Representation

COUNSELOR

  • Rule 2.1. Advisor
  • Rule 2.3. Evaluation for Use by Third Persons
  • Rule 2.4. Lawyer Serving As Third-Party Neutral

ADVOCATE

  • Rule 3.1. Meritorious Claims and Contentions
  • Rule 3.2. Expediting Litigation
  • Rule 3.3 Candor toward the Tribunal
  • Rule 3.4. Fairness to Opposing Party and Counsel
  • Rule 3.5. Impartiality and Decorum of the Tribunal
  • Rule 3.7. Lawyer as Witness
  • Rule 3.9. Advocate in Nonadjudicative Proceedings

TRANSACTIONS WITH PERSONS OTHER THAN CLIENTS

  • Rule 4.1. Truthfulness in Statements to Others
  • Rule 4.2. Communication with Person Represented By Counsel
  • Rule 4.3. Dealing with Unrepresented Person
  • Rule 4.4. Respect for Rights of Third Persons

LAW FIRMS AND ASSOCIATIONS

  • Rule 5.1. Responsibilities of Partners, Managers, and Supervisory Lawyers
  • Rule 5.2. Responsibilities of a Subordinate Lawyer
  • Rule 5.3. Responsibilities Regarding Nonlawyer Assistants
  • Rule 5.5. Unauthorized Practice of Law; Multijurisdictional Practice of Law

PUBLIC SERVICE

  • Rule 6.1. Pro Bono Public Service
  • Rule 6.3. Membership in Legal Services Organization
  • Rule 6.4. Law Reform Activities Affecting Client Interests
  • Rule 6.5. Nonprofit and Court-Annexed Limited Legal Services Programs

MAINTAINING THE INTEGRITY OF THE PROFESSION

  • Rule 8.2. Judicial and Legal Officials
  • Rule 8.3. Reporting Professional Misconduct
  • Rule 8.4. Misconduct

CODE OF JUDICIAL CONDUCT

  • Canon 1. A Judge Should Uphold the Integrity and Independence of the Judiciary
  • Canon 2. A Judge Should Avoid Impropriety and the Appearance of Impropriety in All of the Judge's Activities
  • Canon 3. A Judge Should Perform the Duties of Judicial Office Impartially and Diligently
  • Canon 4. A Judge Should So Conduct the Judge's Extra-Judicial Activities as To Minimize the Risk of Conflict with Judicial Obligations
  • Canon 5. A Judge or Judicial Candidate Should Refrain From Inappropriate Political Activity
  • Application of the Code of Judicial Conduct

Link to Title 6

FINANCIAL PRIVACY ACT

  • § 2201 - Short Title
  • § 2202 - Definitions
  • § 2203 - Financial Institutions Prohibited from Disclosing Financial Records Unless
  • § 2204 - Subpoena of Financial Records
  • § 2206 - Costs of Assembling, Reproducing, or Providing Financial Records
  • § 2207 - Release of Financial Records to Government Agency

MISCELLANEOUS

  • § 3001 - Authority to Store and Reproduce Records - Admissibility in Evidence

Link to Title 11

GENERAL POWERS OF MUNICIPALITIES

  • * § 22-111 - Cleaning and Mowing of Property - Hearing - Costs - Lien

OKLAHOMA MUNICIPAL POWER AUTHORITY ACT

  • § 24-101 - Short Title
  • § 24-105 - Definitions
  • * § 24-113 - Rents, Rates and Other Charges; Corporation Commission Exemption

Link to Title 12

APPEAL AND ERROR

  • * § 991 - Right to Perfect Appeal to Supreme Court without Filing Motion for New Trial - Exemption

OKLAHOMA SUPREME COURT RULES

  • 1.1 - Title
  • 1.2 - Failure to Comply
  • 1.3 - Computation of Time
  • *1.4 - Filings and Notice
  • 1.5 - Appearance and Withdrawal
  • 1.6 - Motions
  • 1.7 - Correction of Filed Documents
  • 1.8 - Communication with the Court
  • 1.9 - Oral Argument
  • 1.10- Briefs
  • 1.11 - Form and Content of Briefs
  • 1.12 - Amicus Curiae
  • 1.13 - Rehearing
  • 1.16 - Mandate
  • *1.21 - Computation of Time to Commence Appeal
  • 1.25 - Petition in Error and Response
  • 1.33 - Form and Content of Record
  • 1.75 - Definitions
  • 1.76 - Record on Appeal
  • *1.77 - Other Rules Applicable
  • *1.85 - Time to Appeal under Oil and Gas Conservation Act
  • *1.86 - State of Oklahoma as Party-Appellee
  • *1.87 - Petition in Error
  • *1.88 - Certificate of Transcript
  • *1.89 - Additional Evidence
  • *1.90 - Briefs

PARTITION

  • * § 1501.1 - Petition for Partition - Contents

DECLARATORY JUDGMENTS

  • § 1651 - Determination of Rights, Status or Other Legal Relations - Exceptions
  • * § 1657 - Courts and Agencies to Which Act Not Applicable

EVIDENCE CODE

  • § 2101 - Short Title - Evidence Code
  • § 2102 - General Provisions - Legislative Purpose
  • § 2103 - General Provisions - Scope of Rules
  • § 2104 - General Provisions - Rulings on Evidence
  • § 2105 - General Provisions - Preliminary Questions
  • § 2106 - General Provisions - Limited Admissibility
  • § 2107 - General Provisions - Remainder of Part of Record - Other Records
  • § 2201 - Judicial Notice of Law
  • § 2202 - Judicial Notice of Adjudicative Facts
  • § 2203 - Determining Propriety of Taking Judicial Notice
  • § 2301 - Presumptions - Definitions
  • § 2302 - Presumptions - Establishment of Basic Fact
  • § 2303 - Presumptions - Effect of Presumptions in Civil Cases
  • § 2305 - Inconsistent Presumptions
  • § 2401 - Relevant Evidence Defined
  • § 2402 - Relevant Evidence Generally Admissible - Irrelevant Evidence Inadmissible
  • § 2403 - Exclusion of Relevant Evidence on Grounds of Prejudice, Confusion, Cumulative Nature
  • § 2404 - Relevance
  • § 2405 - Methods of Proving Character
  • § 2406 - Habit - Routine Practice
  • § 2407 - Subsequent Remedial Measures
  • § 2408 - Compromise and Offers to Compromise
  • § 2409 - Payment of Medical and Similar Expenses
  • § 2411 - Liability Insurance
  • § 2501 - Privilege Recognized Only as Provided
  • § 2502 - Attorney-Client Privileges
  • § 2502.1 - Accountant-Client Privilege
  • § 2503 - Physician - and Psychotheraphist-Patient Privilege
  • § 2503.1 - Interpreter for the Deaf
  • § 2504 - Husband-Wife Privilege
  • § 2505 - Religious Privilege
  • § 2506 - Journalist's Privilege
  • § 2506.2 - Peer Support Counseling Privilege
  • § 2507 - Political Vote
  • § 2508 - Trade Secrets
  • § 2509 - Secrets of State and Other Official Information-Governmental Privileges
  • § 2511 - Waiver of Privilege by Voluntary Disclosure
  • § 2512 - Privileged Matter Disclosed Under Compulsion or Without Opportunity to Claim Privilege
  • § 2601 - Witnesses - General Rule of Competency
  • § 2602 - Witnesses - Lack of Personal Knowledge
  • § 2603 - Witnesses - Oath or Affirmation
  • § 2604 - Witnesses - Interpreters
  • § 2605 - Competency of Judge as Witness
  • § 2606 - Competency of Juror as Witness
  • § 2607 - Witnesses - Who May Impeach
  • § 2608 - Evidence of Character and Conduct of Witness
  • § 2609 - Witnesses - Impeachment by Evidence of Conviction of Crime
  • § 2610 - Witnesses - Religious Beliefs or Opinions
  • § 2611 - Witnesses - Mode and Order of Interrogation and Presentation
  • § 2611.2 - Witnesses - Unusual Court Procedures to Protect Rights of Incapacitated Persons - Criminal Defendant - Judicial Integrity
  • § 2612 - Witnesses - Writing Used to Refresh Memory
  • § 2613 - Prior Statements of Witnesses
  • § 2614 - Calling and Interrogation of Witnesses by Court
  • § 2615 - Exclusion of Witnesses
  • § 2701 - Opinion Testimony by Lay Witnesses
  • § 2702 - Testimony by Experts
  • § 2703 - Bases of Opinion Testimony by Experts
  • § 2704 - Opinion on Ultimate Issue
  • § 2705 - Disclosure of Facts or Data Underlying Expert Opinion
  • § 2801 - Hearsay - Definitions
  • § 2802 - Hearsay Rule
  • § 2803 - Hearsay Exceptions - Availability of Declarant Immaterial
  • § 2804 - Hearsay Exception - Declarant Unavailable
  • § 2804.1 - Hearsay Exception - Exceptional Circumstances
  • § 2805 - Hearsay within Hearsay
  • § 2806 - Hearsay - Attacking and Supporting Credibility of Declarant
  • § 2901 - Requirement of Authentication or Identification
  • § 2902 - Self-Authentication
  • § 2903 - Authentication and Identification - Subscribing Witness's Testimony Unnecessary
  • § 3001 - Contents of Writings, Recordings and Photographs - Definitions
  • § 3002 - Contents of Writings, Recordings and Photographs - Requirement of Original
  • § 3003 - Contents of Writings, Recordings and Photographs - Admissibility of Duplicates
  • § 3004 - Contents of Writings, Recordings and Photographs - Admissibility of Other Evidence of Contents
  • § 3005 - Contents of Writings, Recordings and Photographs - Public Records
  • § 3006 - Contents of Writings, Recordings and Photographs - Summaries
  • § 3007 - Contents of Writings, Recordings and Photographs - Testimony or Written Admission of Party
  • § 3008 - Contents of Writings, Recordings and Photographs - Functions of Judge and Jury

DISCOVERY CODE

  • § 3226 - General Provisions Governing Discovery

Link to Title 12A

UNIFORM ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS ACT

  • § 15-101 - Short Title
  • § 15-102 - Definitions
  • § 15-103 - Scope
  • § 15-104 - Applicability
  • § 15-105 - Use of Electronic Records and Signatures
  • § 15-106 - Construction
  • § 15-107 - Recognition of Electronic Records and Signatures
  • § 15-108 - Presentation of Writing
  • § 15-109 - Attribution and Effect
  • § 15-110 - Effect of Change or Error
  • § 15-111 - Notarization and Acknowledgement
  • § 15-112 - Retention of Electronic Records
  • § 15-113 - Admissibility in Evidence
  • § 15-114 - Automated Transaction
  • § 15-115 - Time and Place of Sending and Receiving
  • § 15-116 - Transferable Records
  • § 15-117 - Creation and Retention of Electronic Records and Conversion of Written Records by Governmental Agencies
  • § 15-118 - Acceptance and Distribution of Electronic Records by Governmental Agencies
  • § 15-119 - Interoperability
  • § 15-120 - Waiver of Information Transaction Laws by Governmental Agencies
  • § 15-121 - Acting as Registered Certification Authority

Link to Title 13

Since the following statutes were drafted, the federal government has preempted many of the states' regulatory powers regarding common carriers and has largely deregulated the field. Consideration of federal law may be important to any question regarding common carriers.

  • § 1 - Contract of Carriage
  • § 2 - Rules Governing Carriers without Reward
  • § 3 - Completion of Performance by Carrier without Reward
  • § 4 - Definition of Common Carrier
  • § 5 - Accept and Carry
  • § 6 - Preference in Time and Price to United States and State
  • § 7 - Start Time and Place
  • § 8 - Reasonable Compensation - Refusal
  • § 9 - Agents of Railroad and Express Companies Not to Knowingly Charge in Excess of Regular
  • § 10 - Telegraph and Telephone Companies - Prohibition of Excessive Rate
  • § 11 - Rate Schedules - Inspection
  • § 12 - General Provisions
  • § 13 - General Provisions
  • § 14 - Obligations Cannot be Limited
  • § 15 - Common Carrier Can't be Exonerated by Any Agreement
  • § 16 - Accepting Same as Assenting
  • § 31 - Care Required of Gratuitous Carriers
  • § 32 - Care and Skill Required for Carriers for Reward
  • § 33 - Safe and Fit Vehicles
  • § 34 - Prohibition of Overcrowding Vehicle
  • § 35 - Usual and Reasonable Accommodations for Passengers
  • § 36 - Reasonable Rate of Speed - No Unreasonable Delay or Deviation from Route
  • § 37 - Duty to Carry Reasonable Amount of Luggage - Charges for Excess Weight
  • § 38 - Definition of Luggage
  • § 39 - Liability of Carrier for Luggage
  • § 40 - Delivery of Luggage
  • § 41 - Sufficient Number of Vehicles Required to Accommodate Passengers
  • § 42 - Every Passenger to be Provided a Seat - Overloading
  • § 43 - Rules for Conduct - Enforcement of Same
  • § 44 - Demand for Fare
  • § 45 - Procedure for Ejection of Passengers
  • § 46 - Lien on Luggage for Payment of Entitled Fare
  • § 61 - Definitions
  • § 62 - Care and Diligence in Performance of Duties
  • § 66 - Place of Delivery
  • § 67 - Notice to Consignee - Warehouseman to Keep Pending Removal
  • § 68 - Exoneration from Liability
  • § 111 - Time for Payment
  • § 112 - Liability of Consignor of Freight
  • § 113 - Liability of Consignee of Freight
  • § 114 - Natural Increase
  • § 115 - Apportionment of Freightage
  • § 116 - Apportionment on Acceptance of Part of Freight
  • § 117 - Apportionment According to Distance
  • § 118 - No Additional Compensation
  • § 131 - Liability of Consignor for Loss or Injury - Exception
  • § 132 - Liability of Negligence for Common Carrier
  • § 133 - Liability of Common Carrier for Delays
  • § 134 - Liability for Precious Metals and Other Valuables
  • § 151 - Shipment of Coal - Common Carrier to Issue Bill of Lading
  • § 152 - Weighing of Coal - Reweighing - Liability for Deficiency or Shortage
  • § 153 - Weight of Coal on Bill of Lading - Measure of Damages
  • § 154 - Weighing of Coal - Liability of Carrier
  • § 155 - Failure or Refusal to Weigh - False Weights - Penalties - Misdemeanor
  • § 156 - Coal Brought into State to be Weighed by Carrier at Nearest Track Scales
  • § 157 - Procedure to Weigh
  • § 171 - Delivery to Place or Person Intended
  • § 172 - Care and Diligence Required
  • § 173 - Telegraphs to be Transmitted Immediately - Order
  • § 174 - Messages Other than Telegraph - Order - Exception
  • § 175 - Actual Damages for Refusal or Postponement of Message
  • § 176 - Telegraph Companies Liable
  • § 176.1 - Short Title
  • § 176.2 - Definitions
  • § 176.3 - Prohibited Acts - Felonies
  • § 176.4 - Acts Not Prohibited
  • § 176.5 - Seizure and Forfeiture of Certain Devices
  • § 176.6 - Use of Certain Intercepted Communications as Evidence Prohibited 
  • § 176.8 - Disclosure of Information
  • § 176.12 - Conditions for Use of Intercepted Communication as Evidence or Disclosure at Trial
  • § 176.13 - Suppression of Intercepted Communication or Evidence Derived Therefrom
  • § 177.1 - Definitions
  • § 177.5 - Necessary Assistance of Service Provider, Landlord, Custodian or Other Person
  • § 201 - Employees' Free Choice Regarding Sureties
  • § 202 - Sureties
  • § 203 - Definite Term - Cancellation without Consent of All Parties - Notice - Nothing to Affect Breach of Contract Right
  • § 204 - Violation a Misdemeanor

Link to Title 15

NATURE OF CONTRACTS

  • § 1 - Contract Definition
  • § 2 - Essential Elements of Contract
  • § 11 - Persons Authorized to Contract
  • § 12 - Capacity of Minors
  • § 13 - Definition of Minor
  • § 14 - Other Persons
  • § 16 - Persons of Unsound Mind
  • § 17 - Contracts Prohibited to Minors
  • § 18 - Contracts Minors May Make
  • § 19 - Disaffirmance
  • § 21 - Civil Liability
  • § 28 - Identity of Parties
  • § 29 - Enforcement by Third Party Beneficiary
  • § 51 - Consent
  • § 52- Rescission When Consent Not Free
  • § 53 - When Consent Is Not Free or Real
  • § 54 - Test for Consent That is Not Free or Real
  • § 55- Duress
  • § 56 - Menace
  • § 57 - Fraud
  • § 58 - Actual Fraud
  • § 59 - Constructive Fraud
  • § 60 - Actual Fraud Is Question of Fact
  • § 61 - Undue Influence
  • § 62 - Mistake of Fact or Law
  • § 63 - Mistake of Fact
  • § 64 - Mistake of Law
  • § 65 - Mistake of Foreign Law
  • § 66 - Mutual Consent
  • § 67 - Communication of Consent
  • § 68 - Mode of Acceptance
  • § 69 - Full Communicated Consent
  • § 70 - Performance of Conditions as Acceptance
  • § 71 - Absolute, Unqualified Acceptance Required
  • § 72 - Time for Revocation of Proposal
  • § 73 - Manner of Revocation of Proposal
  • § 74 - Subsequent Consent
  • § 75 - Voluntary Acceptance
  • § 101 - Object
  • § 102 - Object Must Be Lawful, Possible, Ascertainable
  • § 103 - Possibility
  • § 104 - Object Unlawful, Impossible, Vague
  • § 105 - Lawful Object Valid, Unlawful Void
  • § 106 - Good Consideration Defined
  • § 107 - Legal or Moral Obligation
  • § 108 - Lawful Consideration
  • § 109 - Illegality of Consideration
  • § 110 - Consideration
  • § 111- Executory Consideration
  • § 112 - When Contract Does Not Determine Amount of Consideration
  • § 113 - When Consideration Not Ascertained as Agreed
  • § 114 - Presumptive Evidence of Consideration
  • § 115 - Burden of Proof

MANNER OF CREATION OF CONTRACTS

  • § 131 - Express or Implied Contract
  • § 132 - Express Contract
  • § 133 - Implied Contract
  • § 134 - Oral Contract
  • § 135 - Failure to Put Contract into Writing
  • § 136 - Statute of Frauds
  • § 137 - Written Contract Supersedes Oral Negotiations
  • § 138 - Time of Effect of Written Contract
  • § 139 - Abolish Distinction Between Sealed and Unsealed Contracts

CONTRACT INTERPRETATION

  • § 151 - Rules of Interpretation
  • § 152 - Interpret for Parties' Intent
  • § 153 - Ascertaining Intention
  • § 154 - Contract Language Governs
  • § 155 - Ascertain Intention from Writing
  • § 156 - Failure to Express Real Intention
  • § 157 - Consider Whole Contract
  • § 158 - Considering Several Contracts
  • § 159 - Contract Interpretation
  • § 160 - Words in Ordinary Sense
  • § 161 - Technical Words
  • § 162 - Law Governing Contract
  • § 163 - Explanation by Reference to Circumstance
  • § 164 - Restricting Terms
  • § 165 - Ambiguous Terms
  • § 166 - Subordinate Clauses
  • § 167 - Written Controls Printed
  • § 168 - Repugnant Clauses
  • § 169 - Wholly Inconsistent Words Rejected
  • § 170 - Construction Against Party Causing Uncertainty
  • § 171 - Reasonable Stipulations
  • § 172 - Necessary or Incidental Things Implied
  • § 173 - Missing Time for Performance
  • § 174 - Time Ordinarily Not of the Essence
  • § 175 - Joint and Several Promise
  • § 176 - Singular Promise by Several Persons
  • § 177 - Executed Contract

UNLAWFUL CONTRACTS

  • § 211 - Unlawful Contracts
  • § 212 - Contracts Limiting Liability
  • § 212.1 - Contracts Limiting Business Liability
  • § 213 - Contracts Imposing Penalty
  • § 214 - Contracts Fixing Damages
  • § 215 - Presumption of Damages Amount
  • § 216 - Contracts Limiting Legal Rights
  • § 217 - Restraint of Trade
  • § 218 - Contracts Not to Compete
  • § 219 - Contracts Not to Complete Among Partners
  • § 219A - Employer-Employee Contracts Not to Compete
  • § 221 - Construction Contracts

TERMINATION OF CONTRACTS

  • § 231 - Extinguishing Contracts
  • § 232 - Rescission
  • § 233 - When Party May Rescind
  • § 233A - Procedures in Actions for Rescission
  • § 233B - Form of Relief in Rescission Action
  • § 234 - Stipulations Affecting Rescission
  • § 235 - Rules for Rescission
  • § 236 - Effect of Alteration on Oral Contract
  • § 237 - Alteration of Written Contract
  • § 238 - Destruction or Cancellation of Written Contract
  • § 239 - Destruction of Contract by Beneficiary
  • § 240 - Alteration or Destruction of Duplicate
  • § 241 - Restoration of Wrongly Taking Thing
  • § 242 - Restoration to be Made Without Demand

GUARANTY

  • § 321 - Guaranty Defined
  • § 322 - Consent of Principal Unnecessary
  • § 323 - Consideration
  • § 324 - Necessity of Writing
  • § 325 - Promise Deemed Original
  • § 326 - Acceptance Required
  • § 327 - Implied Terms
  • § 328 - Solvency Guaranty
  • § 329 - Failure to Take Proceedings
  • § 330 - Removal of Principal from State
  • § 331 - Guaranty Unconditional Unless Excepted
  • § 332 - Guarantor Liable to Guarantee
  • § 333 - Guaranty of Conditional Obligation
  • § 334 - Guarantor's Obligation
  • § 335 - Guaranty of Unlawful Contract
  • § 336 - Continuing Guaranty
  • § 337 - Revocation of Continuing Guaranty
  • § 338 - Exoneration
  • § 339 - Void Promise
  • § 340 - Rescission of New Agreement
  • § 341 - Reducing Guarantor's Obligation
  • § 342 - Delay
  • § 343 - Guarantor Indemnified by Principal
  • § 344 - Guarantor Not Exonerated by Principal's Discharge

SURETY

  • § 371 - Surety Defined
  • § 372 - Apparent Principal
  • § 373 - Surety - Liability
  • § 374 - Interpreting Surety Contracts
  • § 375 - Judgment Does Not Affect Surety Relation
  • § 376 - Performance as Exoneration
  • § 377 - Exoneration
  • § 378 - Surety Rights
  • § 379 - Surety May Require Proceeding Against Principal
  • § 380 - Compelling Principal's Performance
  • § 381 - Principal to Reimburse Surety
  • § 382 - Surety's Enforcement of Remedies
  • § 383 - Surety's Right to Security
  • § 384 - Hypothecated Property
  • § 385 - Creditor Entitled to Benefits

INDEMNITY

  • § 421 - Indemnity Defined
  • § 422 - Indemnity for Unlawful Act
  • § 423 - Indemnity Against Act Already Done
  • § 424 - Indemnity Extended to Agent's Act
  • § 425 - Applicability of Indemnity to Each Person of Several Person Agreement
  • § 426 - Joint and Several Liability
  • § 427 - Interpretation of Indemnity Contract
  • § 428 - Reimbursement for Answering in Damages
  • § 429 - Bail Defined
  • § 430 - Bail Obligations

CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT

  • § 751 - Short Title - Consumer Protection Act
  • * § 754 - Exemptions
  • * § 755.1 - Automatic Dial Announcing Device - Operation - Conditions - Exceptions

COMMERCIAL TELEPHONE SOLICITATION

  • § 775A.1 - Telephone Solicitations
  • * § 755A.2 - Definitions

Link to Title 16

TITLE EXAMINATION STANDARDS

  • * § 3.3 - Oil and Gas Leases and Mineral and Royalty Interests

Link to Title 17

All Statutes in this title refer to the Corporation Commission directly or indirectly.

Since the following state statutes were drafted, the U.S. Congress has enacted statutes affecting various regulated fields and the U.S. Supreme Court has decided cases affecting the same. Consideration of federal law may be important to any question regarding the subject matter of this title.

CONTEMPT, PROCEDURES, PENALTIES

  • § 1 - Violation of Commission's Rules - Fine - Suspension Pending Appeal
  • § 2 - Punishment of Corporation, Person or Firm for Failure to Obey or Comply with Order or Requirement of Corporation Commission
  • § 3 - Appearance or Filing of Answer by Defendant
  • § 4 - Necessary for Defendant to Give Suspending Bond
  • § 5 - Precedence of Appealed Judgments of Corporation Commission in the Supreme Court
  • § 6 - First Lien - Execution
  • § 6.1 - Violation of Provisions - Civil Penalty - Criminal Penalty for Willfully and Knowingly Injuring or Destroying Pipeline Transportation System
  • § 7 - Cases Appealed to Supreme Court
  • § 8 - Moneys Collected by Commission to be Paid into State Treasury
  • § 9 - Costs and Fees - Taxation
  • § 10 - Duty of Attorney General to Prosecute
  • § 11- When a Quorum of the Commission is Not Present
  • § 12 - Depositions - Authorizations - Manner
  • § 13 - Corporation Commission - Admission of Evidence
  • § 14 - Penalty for Refusing Examination of Books - Misdemeanor
  • § 15 - Penalty for Refusing Examination of Books
  • § 16 - Destroying Records - Penalty
  • § 17 - Penalties
  • § 18 - Authority to Employ Expert Witnesses and Present Testimony

ADMINISTRATION

  • § 31 - Senior Utility Rate Analyst - Salary - Qualifications - Duties
  • § 32 - Director of Administration - Qualifications - Duties - Conflicts of Interest
  • § 33 - Administrative Aide - Salary - Powers and Duties - Office Location
  • § 34.1 - Energy Conservation Programs - Powers and Duties of Corporation Commission
  • § 34.2 - Full-Time-Equivalent Employees under Federal Underground Injection Control Project
  • § 35 - Creation and Responsibilities of Data Processing Division - Support Services - Director
  • § 37 - Certain Federal Rules and Regulations Not to be Enforced - Exceptions
  • § 39 - Petty Cash Fund
  • § 39.2 - Remittances to Corporation Commission - Receipts - Deposit of Money - Assessment of Administrative Service Fee - Returned Checks
  • § 40 - Creation of Transportation Division
  • § 40.1 - Division of Regional Service Areas - Regional Service Office - Oil and Gas Well Development and Other Administrative Applications - Record of Filings - Hearings

COTTON GINS

  • § 41 - Cotton Gins - Declared Public Utilities
  • § 42 - Licenses - Corporation Commission - Fees
  • § 43 - Cotton Gins - Corporation Commission - Licenses
  • § 44 - Same - Powers and Authority
  • § 45 - Appeals to Supreme Court
  • § 46 - Regulations - Enforcement of Orders
  • § 47 - Validity of Several Sections

PRESENTS AND GRATUITIES

  • § 48 - Prohibition of Transportation, Presents, or Gratuities to Corporation Commissioners or Employees - Exceptions - Penalty

OIL AND GAS

  • § 51 - Oil and Gas Department Established
  • § 52 - Corporation Commission - Jurisdiction
  • § 53 - Rules and Regulations - Plugging Wells
  • § 53.1 - Removal of Surface Trash and Debris - Rules and Regulations
  • § 53.2 - Unnecessary Operating Equipment, Structures, Surface Debris, Abutments and Obstacles to be Removed - Rules and Regulations
  • § 53.3 - Abandoned Oil and Gas Well-Site Equipment - Presumption of Abandonment - State Lien
  • § 54 - Definitions
  • § 55 - Use of Frac Tanks with Unprotected Manways Prohibited
  • § 56 - Inspections - Devices Complying with Act - Injunctions
  • § 57 - Oil and Gas Division Revolving Fund

RAILROADS

  • § 71 - Rate Regulation - Power Conferred upon Commission
  • § 72 - Effect of Act - Amendment of Constitution
  • § 73 - Right of Appeal
  • § 81 - Corporation Commission - Jurisdiction over Public Highway Crossings
  • § 82 - Expense of Crossings
  • § 83 - Procedure before Commission
  • § 84 - Jurisdiction of Commission
  • § 85 - Effect of Partial Invalidity
  • § 86 - Extra Hazardous Crossings - Protective Devices - Costs
  • § 87 - Payment of State Costs
  • § 91 - Power of Corporation Commission
  • § 92 - Procedure
  • § 115 - Rules and Regulations Relating to Safety, Sanitation and Shelter
  • § 116.1 - Definitions
  • § 116.2 - Railroad Company Motor Vehicles Used to Transport Workers - Safe Condition and Operation
  • § 116.3 - Rules and Regulations Establishing Minimum Standards
  • § 116.4 - Hearings - Suggestions
  • § 116.5 - Amendment of Rules and Regulations
  • § 116.6 - Inspections
  • § 116.7 - Orders of Commission
  • § 116.8 - Enforcement
  • § 116.9 - Penalties

REFUNDS AND OVERCHARGES

  • § 121 - Commission Vested with Power of Court of Record
  • § 122 - Judgment - Collections
  • § 123 - Appealed Orders - Additional Judgment for Expenses of Commission
  • § 124 - Right of Appeal
  • § 125 - Unclaimed Refunds

TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND TELEPHONE COMPANIES

  • § 131 - Certificate of Convenience and Necessity
  • § 132 - Rules and Regulations - Notice of Application for Certificate
  • § 133 - Issuance or Refusal of Certificate - Public Hearing
  • § 134 - Preparing Lines - Maintenance
  • § 136 - Petition of Citizens Requesting Service - Hearing - Notice - Service Ordered to Be Furnished under Certain Conditions
  • § 137 - Corporation Commission to Prescribe and Enforce Rates to Provide a Fair Return
  • § 137.3 - Assessment of Universal Service Fee
  • § 138 - Declaration of Open Territory for Refusal to Extend Service - Contempt
  • § 139.1 - Coin-Activated and Credit Card-Activated Telephones - Enforcement of Operating Requirements
  • § 139.2 - Operating Requirements for Operator-Assisted Services - Requirements - Directories of Subscribers

OKLAHOMA TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1997

  • § 139.101 - Short Title
  • § 139.102 - Definitions
  • § 139.103 - Required Commission Approval - Scope and Application of Act
  • § 139.104 - Attorney General Compensation
  • § 139.105 - Oklahoma Lifeline Fund
  • § 139.106 - Oklahoma Universal Service Fund (OUSF)
  • § 139.107 - Funding
  • § 139.108 - Fund Administration
  • § 139.109 - Creation of Oklahoma E911 Emergency Service Fund - Oklahoma Telecommunications Technology Training Fund
  • § 139.109.1 - Prohibition on Corporation Commission from Imposing Restrictions on High Speed Internet Providers; Requirement to Provide Certain Network Access

WIDE AREA CALLING PLANS

  • § 139.601 - Expansion of Wide Area Calling Plans - Definition of Seated

PAY PER CALL SERVICE

  • § 140.1 - Definitions
  • § 140.2 - Prohibition of Billing a Subscriber for Certain Pay-Per-Call Services or Interactive Programs
  • § 140.3 - Requirements for Services to Children Under 12 Years
  • § 140.4 - Authorization to Adopt Rules and Regulations
  • § 140.5 - Provisions in Conflict or Inconsistent with Oklahoma Constitution as Amendments and Alterations
  • § 140.6 - Intention of Legislature

WATER, HEAT, LIGHT, AND POWER COMPANIES

  • § 151 - Public Utility Defined - Exemption of Nonprofit Water and Sewer Corporations - Washington County - Authority of Certain Beneficiaries to Condemn Property
  • § 151.1 - Reselling of Water and Sewage Services
  • § 152 - Commission's Jurisdiction Over Public Utilities
  • § 153 - Implied Powers of Commission - Contempt
  • § 154 - Records of Public Utility Business
  • § 155 - Orders of Commission - Scope - Right of Appeal
  • § 156 - Installation of Solar Energy Devices - Increased Rates - Surcharges
  • § 157 - Ten-Year Assessment of Electric Power and Energy Requirements and Needs - Review of Forecasting and System Planning Data

RETAIL ELECTRIC SUPPLIER CERTIFIED TERRITORY ACT

  • § 158.21 - Short Title
  • § 158.21a - Provisions of Act in Conflict or Inconsistent with Constitution as Amendments and Alterations
  • § 158.22 - Definitions
  • § 158.23 - Geographical Areas
  • § 158.24 - Fixing Boundaries of Certified Territories - Protests - Hearings by Commission
  • § 158.25 - Exclusive Rights within Territory - New Electric-Consuming Facilities
  • § 158.26 - Contracts between Suppliers
  • § 158.27 - General Supervision by Commission
  • § 158.28 - Applicability of Act
  • § 158.29 - Annexation of Area to City or Town
  • § 158.30 - Grand River Dam Authority Excepted
  • § 158.31 - Liberal Construction
  • § 158.32 - Section 437.2 of Title 18 Not Repealed - Provisions as Cumulative

                             RETAIL ELECTRIC CONSUMER COST REDUCTION, SAFETY AND SERVICE EFFICIENCY ACT

  • § 158.41 - Short Title
  • § 158.42 - Purpose
  • § 158.43 - Two or More Retail Electric Suppliers in Affected Area After Annexation
  • § 158.44 - Right to Continue and Extend the Furnishing of Electricity
  • § 158.45 - Effect of Act on Constitution in Event of Conflicting Provisions

RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES

  • § 158.50 - Terms Defined
  • § 158.51 - Offers, Requests, Invitations and Acquisitions to Control Rural Electric Cooperative - Conflict of Interests - Statement - Approval
  • § 158.52 - Statement to be Filed with Corporation Commission-Contents
  • § 158.53 - Corporation Commission to Approve Acquisition of Control - Public Hearing
  • § 158.54 - Notice of Public Hearing - Form of Notice - Expenses and Security
  • § 158.55 - If Acquiring Party is a Domestic Public Utility - Filing Application for Approval - Exemption
  • § 158.56 - Jurisdiction - Copies of Lawful Process to be Served
  • § 158.57 - Power of Corporation Commission - Expenses
  • § 158.58 - Injunctions for Violations - Transmitting Evidence - Institution of Criminal Proceedings
  • § 158.59 - Fines and Penalties for Violations
  • § 158.60 - Parties Adversely Affected by Actions May Appeal - Precedence
  • § 158.61 - Provisions in Conflict or Inconsistent with Constitution as Amendments and Alterations

WATER TRANSPORTATION

  • § 159.11 - Definitions
  • § 159.12 - Certificate of Convenience and Necessity Required for Water Transportation Lines
  • § 159.13 - Rules and Regulations for Applications
  • § 159.14 - Information to be Furnished with Application
  • § 159.15 - Notice of Receipt of Application
  • § 159.16 - Power to Issue or Refuse Certificate - Protests
  • § 159.17 - Certificate - Time Limits - Default
  • § 159.18 - Assignment of Certificate
  • § 159.19 - Rates
  • § 159.20 - Petition for Service
  • § 159.21 - Administrative Procedures Act to Govern - Review
  • § 159.22 - Exceptions
  • § 159.23 - Restriction on Owning or Holding Water Rights
  • § 160.1 - Ratemaking Authority and General Jurisdiction of Corporation Commission
  • § 160.2 - Existing Trusts to Submit Certain Information - Rate Orders

OKLAHOMA WIND ENERGY DEVELOPMENT ACT

  • § 160.11 - Short Title
  • § 160.12 - Findings
  • § 160.13 - Definitions
  • § 160.14 - Decommissioning of a Wind Energy Facility
  • § 160.15 - Evidence of Financial Security of Facility Owner - Penalty - Transfer of Ownership - Applicability
  • § 160.16 - Statement of Basis for Payment to Landowners Paid Based on Amount of Electrical Energy Produced
  • § 160.17 - Landowner's Right to Inspect Facility Owner's Records
  • § 160.18 - Facility Owner's Report to Corporation Commission
  • § 160.19 - Facility Owner's Insurance Requirements - Landowner as Insured - Certificate of Insurance

MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

  • § 161.1 - Limitations on Charges for Reselling Electric Current or Natural Gas
  • § 162 - Appropriation
  • § 163.1 - Establishment of Rates - Intent of Legislature
  • § 164 - Fees for Rebates
  • § 166.1 - Fees - Rules and Regulations
  • § 166.1a - Schedule of Fees for Permits, Licenses, Certificates and Other Authorizations - Service Fee Schedule - Limitations on Fees - Disposition of Fees Collected
  • § 166.2 - Conservation Fund - Purchase of Transcripts
  • § 166.3 - Conferences - Promotion - Authorization to Charge Registration Fees - Disposition of Fees
  • § 167 - Certificate of Record Showing as to Oil and Gas Leases - Filing
  • § 168 - Effect of Certificate when Filed
  • § 179 - Acts in Conflict of Interest by Commission Members Prohibited
  • § 180 - Penalties
  • § 180.1 - Advertising Expenses by Public Utilities
  • § 180.2 - Public Utilities - Promotional Payments
  • § 180.4 - Political Activities Prohibited - Exception
  • § 180.5 - File of Applications for Motor Carrier Operating Authority - Carriers of Commodities - Certificates or Permits - Rate-Making Procedure - Divisions Combined
  • § 180.6 - Telephone Communication that is Intrastate Transmission
  • § 180.7 - Corporation Commission Revolving Fund
  • § 180.10 - Corporation Commission Plugging Fund
  • § 180.11 - Fees for Public Utilities

SECURITIES OF PUBLIC UTILITIES

  • § 181 - Definitions
  • § 182 - Power of Public Utilities to Issue Securities
  • § 183 - Corporation Commission - Certificate Authorizing Issuance of Securities
  • § 184 - Securities - Issued for what Purposes
  • § 185 - Application to Issue Securities - Contents of
  • § 186 - Securities Heretofore Issued - Validated upon Application
  • § 187 - Appeals from Commission
  • § 188 - Securities Not Subject to Oklahoma Securities Commission
  • § 189 - Act not Applicable to Rural Electric Cooperative Corporations
  • § 190 - Addition of Optical Fiber as Part of Static Wire Attached to Electricity Towers

ELECTRIC RESTRUCTURING ACT OF 1997

  • § 190.1 - Short Title
  • § 190.2 - Goals of a Restructured Electric Utility Industry
  • § 190.3 - Definitions
  • § 190.4 - Electric Utility Industry Restructuring Study and Development
  • § 190.5 - Oklahoma Tax Commission Restructuring Impact Study
  • § 190.7 - Customer Switching Without Mutual Consent - Prohibitions on Municipalities and Beneficial Trusts from Extending Distribution Service
  • § 190.8 - Access to Electric Transmission and Distribution Facilities
  • § 190.9 - Collection and Remittance of Municipal Taxes
  • § 190.21 - Joint Electric Utility Restructuring Task Force

ACQUISITION, CONTROL, MERGER OF PUBLIC UTILITIES

  • § 191.1 - Definitions
  • § 191.2 - Procedure for Entering Agreements for Acquisition, Control or Merger of Certain Domestic Public Utilities
  • § 191.3 - Contents of Statement to be Filed with Corporation Commission
  • § 191.4 - Proposal of Offer, Request, Invitation, Merger, or Acquisition to be Made by Means of
  • § 191.5 - Approval or Disapproval of Merger - Hearing
  • § 191.6 - Form of Notice - Hearing - Bond for Payment of Expenses
  • § 191.7 - Acquiring Party as Domestic Public Utility
  • § 191.8 - Jurisdiction - Commission to be the Agent for Service of Process - Copies of Process to be Served on Commission
  • § 191.9 - Corporation Commission - Power - Expenses of Analysis and Investigations
  • § 191.10 - Injunctions for Violation of Act
  • § 191.11 - Violations - Punishment - Fines
  • § 191.12 - Appeal to Supreme Court - Manner of Appeal
  • § 191.13 - Provisions in Conflict or Inconsistent with Oklahoma Constitution as Alterations and Amendments

RADIO COMMON CARRIERS

  • § 200 - Intent of Legislature Regarding Competition
  • § 201 - Definition
  • § 202 - Authorization of Radio Common Carrier to Enter Business
  • § 205 - Rules and Regulations
  • § 206 - Amendments and Alterations to Constitution

RATE ADJUSTMENT

  • § 250 - Definitions
  • § 251 - Change in Price of Fuels or Power - Approval of Fuel Adjustment Clauses - Rules for Making Determination
  • § 252 - Monitoring of Fuel Adjustment Clauses
  • § 253 - Regulations for Considering Adjustment Applications
  • § 254 - Disclosure in Customer Bills
  • § 255 - Preexisting Clauses to Continue
  • § 256 - Sections 251 to 255 Not Applicable to Electric Cooperatives
  • § 257 - Electric Generation Cooperatives - Report of Fuel Adjustment Clauses
  • § 258 - Approval of Purchased Power Adjustment Clauses
  • § 259 - Monitoring of Application of Adjustment Clauses
  • § 260 - Disclosure of Per Unit Rate in Consumer's Bill
  • § 261 - Preexisting Purchased Power Adjustment Clauses
  • § 262 - Applications through Common Representative
  • § 263 - Periodic Detailed Rate Investigations
  • § 264 - Article Headings

NATURAL GAS POLICY

  • § 270 - Natural Gas Policy Act of 1978 - Power and Duties of Corporation Commission - Applications for Determinations - Fees
  • § 271 - Appeals

PUBLIC UTILITY RESOURCES

  • § 281 - Responses to Discovery Requests - Time Allowed for Response
  • § 282 - Settlement Conferences Ordered by Corporation Commission - Scheduling - Termination - Designation of Adjudicating Parties
  • § 283 - Exit Conferences
  • § 284 - Application to Change Rates and Charges - Effect Given to Known and Measurable Changes
  • § 285 - Communication of Information from Utilities to Customers
  • § 286 - Cost of Transmission Upgrades - Approval of Electric Generation Facilities - Rules
  • § 287 - Developing Robust Transmission Grid - Promoting Wind-Energy Development - Expanding Transmission Capacity - Reports

OKLAHOMA STORAGE TANK REGULATION ACT

  • § 301 - Short Title
  • § 302 - Release of Petroleum - Public Policy
  • § 303 - Definitions
  • § 304 - Exemptions from Oklahoma Underground Storage Tank Regulation Act
  • § 304.1 - Aboveground Storage Tank Utilized by Marinas, Retail Facilities, Fleet and Commercial Facilities - Rules Governing Design and Labeling of Aboveground Storage Tanks
  • § 305 - State Agencies Designated to Administrator Certain Federal Acts
  • § 306 - Powers and Duties of Corporation Commission
  • § 306.1 - Tanks Containing Petroleum Products for Agricultural Purposes - Permit Fee
  • § 307 - Promulgation of Rules Governing Storage Tank Systems
  • § 308 - Necessity of Permit-Operating Pursuant To Permit-Application-Issuance of Permit
  • § 308.1 - Assessment of Permit Fee - Failure to Pay Fees - Penalty
  • § 309 - Allowance of Release from Storage Tank System - Corrective Actions - Liability of Owner, Operator - Expenses
  • § 310 - Inspections and Investigations of Underground Storage Tank Systems - Violations - Notice - Failure to Take Corrective Action - Notice and Hearing - Orders - Service of Instruments
  • § 310.1 - Necessity of Notice and Hearing by Commission to Owners of Surface Rights and Property Adjacent
  • § 311 - Liability for Administrative Penalties
  • § 312 - Enforcement of Actions for Injunction or Recovery of Penalties - Action for Equitable Relief - Jurisdiction - Relief Execution of Judgment
  • § 313 - Records, Reports or Information - Disclosure to Federal or State Representatives
  • § 314 - Annual Compilation of New Reported Releases
  • § 315 - Corporation Commission Storage Tank Revolving Fund
  • § 316 - Prohibition of the Promulgation of Ordinances, Regulations or Requirements in Conflict with Act Prohibited
  • § 317 - Repealed
  • § 318 -Licensing of Petroleum Storage Tank Professionals - Meeting Training and Other Requirements of Federal Law and Regulations of State Statutes
  • § 319 - Underground Storage Tank Operator Training Program
  • § 321 - Intent of Legislature - Oklahoma Petroleum Storage Tank Reform Act - Purpose - Rules - Application
  • § 322 - Establishment of Petroleum Storage Tank Division - Jurisdiction - Duties of Director
  • § 323 - Repealed
  • § 324 - Expenditures of Petroleum Storage Tank Indemnity Fund-Administrator
  • § 325 - Annual Reports-Audit
  • § 326 - Repealed
  • § 327 - Voting Requirement to Change Distribution of Assessments
  • § 327.1- Assessment Per Gallon of Motor Fuel-Exemptions-Distribution
  • § 327.2 - Duty to Precollect, Remit and Report Assessment to Oklahoma Tax Commission - Penalty
  • § 327.3 - Requirements for Reimbursement Claims
  • § 327.4 - Confidentiality of Trade Secret
  • § 327.5 - Subrogation Third Party Claims
  • § 328 -  Creation of Oklahoma Leaking Storage Tank Trust Fund, Revolving Fund - Emergency Situations - Reimbursement
  • § 330 - Protests - Hearing - Procedures
  • § 340 - Storage Tank Advisory Council - Appointment of Members - Quorum - Officers - Meetings - Authority - Rules - Expenses
  • § 341 - Compliance of Regulated Substances Manufactured or Transported into State with Rules and Laws
  • § 341.1 - Appointment of Fuel Inspection and Compliance Personnel
  • § 341.2 - Division Employees Prohibited from Working in Regulated Areas or Fields
  • § 341.3 - Severability of Provisions Declared Unconstitutional or Void
  • § 342 - Jurisdiction to Prescribe and Promulgate Rules and Specifications
  • § 343 - Requirement of Inspection for Regulated Substances, Mixtures Intended for Sale
  • § 344 - Penalty to Refuse to Admit Inspector
  • § 345 - Measuring Device Accuracy -  Voluntary Calibration Program - Calibration Fee - Certificate of Measurement
  • § 346 - Duty to Inspect Facilities - Test Samples - Seal and Lock Noncompliant Dispenser - Right to Hearing
  • § 346.1 - Duty to Inspect Measuring Devices - Report - Seal and lock Noncompliant Measuring Devices - Right to Hearing
  • § 346.2 - Non-Applicability to Regulated Substances in Transit to Other States or Territories
  • § 346.3 - Penalty for Noncompliance - Penalty for Tampering with Sign, Lock, or Seal - Misdemeanor
  • § 346.4 - Penalty for Noncompliant Measuring Device - Penalty for Unauthorized Tampering of Sign, Label, Seal or Lock - Misdemeanor
  • § 347 - Ethanol or Methanol Labeling 
  • § 347.1 No Label Requirements for Fuel Additives - Alcohol Label for Fuel at Regional or Smaller Airport

ANTIFREEZE

  • § 348 - Definitions
  • § 348.1 Antifreeze Adulterated
  • § 348.2 - Antifreeze Misbranded
  • § 348.3 Initial and Annual Renewal Permit Application - Sample Analysis - Application Fee
  • § 348.4 Enforcement by Certification, Inspection, Analysis, Other Methods, Samples for Inspection or Analysis, Certified Analysis - Access During Business Hours - Access for Sample Analysis
  • § 348.5 Authority to Promulgate Rules and Regulations
  • § 348.6 Requests for Lists of Permitted Brands and Trademarks
  • § 348.7 Restrictions on Advertising
  • § 348.8 - Deposits of Fees - Corporation Commission Revolving Fund
  • § 348.9 - Penalty - Misdemeanor - Contempt

OKLAHOMA BRINE DEVELOPMENT ACT

  • § 500 - Short Title
  • § 501 - Necessity of Authorizing, Regulating and Providing for Development of Brine and Associated Solution Gas
  • § 502 - Definitions
  • § 503 - Jurisdiction of Corporation Commission - Rules - Limit on Jurisdiction
  • § 504 - Application for Utilization of Brine Rights - Solution Gas Owners as Respondents
  • § 505 - Notice of Filing of Application to Create Unitization of Brine Rights
  • § 506 - Commission's Findings - Substantial Evidence Required - Orders - Applicability
  • § 507 - Commission to Define Unit Area - Allocation of Production
  • § 508 - Plan of Unitization - Procedures - Method of Apportioning - Provisions - Ratification by Record Owners - Election to Sell
  • § 509 - Amended and Modified Property Rights and Obligations - Distribution of Production
  • § 510 - Increase and Decrease of Existing Unit Area Size
  • § 511 - Liability of Lessee or Owner - Liens
  • § 512 - Aggrieved Person May Appeal from Orders
  • § 513 - Authorization to Participate in Plans or Programs by State and Local Land Management Boards
  • § 514 - Treatment of Unit Production or Sale Proceeds
  • § 515 - Designation of Priorities for Purchasing Solution Gas
  • § 516 - Effect of Act on Pre-Existing Brine, Solution Gas or Brine and Solution Gas Units
  • § 517 - Payment of Proceeds - Information Accompanying Payment - Violation
  • § 518 - Agreement in Writing to Comply with Rules and Regulations - Requirements to Establish Evidence of Financial Ability - Neglect, Failure or Refusal to Plug and Abandon or Replug Well - Forfeiture or Payment - Transfer of Title
  • § 519 - Written Notice to Surface Owner of Intent to Drill - Exceptions - Duty to Enter into Good Faith Negotiations to Determine Surface Damages
  • § 520 - Filing of Bond for Payment of Location Damages - Liability - Filing of Claim - Entry on Property upon Deposit of Bond - Additional Bond
  • § 521 - Negotiation for Payment of Damages - Agreement - Appointment or Selection of Appraisers - Appraiser Report - Assessment of Costs and Attorney Fees
  • § 522 - Aggrieved Party May Appeal from Court Review or Jury Verdict of Appraiser's Report - Authority of Administrator or Executor of Estate to Execute Instruments of Conveyance When Estate in Probate, or There is a Minor or Incompetent Person
  • § 523 - Nothing to be Construed to Impair Existing contractual Rights - Inapplicability
  • § 524 - Jurisdiction, Authority and Power of Corporation Commission
  • § 525 - Willful and Knowing Entry upon Premises, Failure to Give Notice, Post Bond, Request Appraisers, Etc. - Treble Damages

OKLAHOMA ALTERNATIVE FUELS CONVERSION ACT

  • § 620 - Labeling of Motor Fuel - Exemptions - Promulgation of Rules

BACKGROUND INFORMATION SEARCHES

  • § 701 - Criminal History Searches - Employee Data - Rules and Orders - Trucking One-Stop Shop Act

CEDAR WOOD USE

  • § 801 - Legislative Intent to Promote Use of Cedar Tree Wood Products and Residue as an Energy Source

OKLAHOMA ENERGY SECURITY ACT

  • § 801.1 - Short Title
  • § 801.2 - Purpose
  • § 801.3 - Definitions
  • § 801.4 - Renewable Energy Standard - Establishment - Resources - Determination of Renewable Energy - Reports
  • § 801.5 - Natural Gas Energy Standard - Establishment - Fossil Fuel Generating Facilities' Use of Natural Gas
  • § 801.6 - Use of Energy Efficiency and Demand Side Management to Meet Renewable Energy Standard
  • § 801.7 - Authority of Corporation Commission to Ensure Reasonable Rates for Consumers

Link to Title 18

RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE ACT

  • § 437 - Short Title
  • § 437.1 - Cooperatives
  • § 437.2 - Powers of a Cooperative
  • § 437.3 - Name - Use of Cooperatives, and Electric
  • § 437.4 - Incorporators
  • § 437.5 - Articles of Incorporation - Requirements
  • § 437.6 - By-Laws
  • § 437.7 - Members - Meetings - Voting - Quorum
  • § 437.8 - Board of Trustees
  • § 437.9 - Voting Districts - Delegates - Trustees
  • § 437.10 - Officers
  • § 437.11 - Amendment of Articles of Incorporation
  • § 437.12 - Consolidation
  • § 437.13 - Merger
  • § 437.14 - Effect on Consolidation or Merger
  • § 437.15 - Conversion of Existing Corporations
  • § 437.16 - Initiative by Members
  • § 437.17 - Dissolution
  • § 437.18 - Filing of Articles
  • § 437.19 - Refunds to Members
  • § 437.20 - Disposition of Property
  • § 437.21 - Non-liability of Members, Trustees and Officers for Debts of Cooperative
  • § 437.22 - Waiver of Notice
  • § 437.23 - Foreign Corporation
  • § 437.24 - Fees
  • § 437.25 - Exemption from Excise and Income Taxes - License Fee
  • § 437.27 - Securities Act Exemption
  • § 437.28 - Definitions
  • § 437.29 - Construction of Act

TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE CORPORATIONS ACT

  • § 438.1 - Short Title
  • § 438.2 - Organization Authorized
  • § 438.3 - Definitions
  • *§ 438.4 - Powers of Cooperative
  • § 438.5 - Name
  • § 438.6 - Five or More May Organize
  • § 438.7 - Articles of Incorporation - Provisions
  • § 438.8 - Bylaws
  • § 438.9 - Membership
  • § 438.10 - Meetings - Notice - Quorum - Vote
  • § 438.11 - Waiver of Notice of Meeting
  • § 438.12 - Board of Trustees - Term - Election of Successors - Removal - No Salaries - Fees and Expenses - Quorum
  • § 438.13 - Division Into Districts - Election of Trustees and District Delegates
  • § 438.14 - Officers - Powers and Duties - Removal
  • § 438.15 - Amendment of Articles of Incorporation - Procedure
  • § 438.16 - Change of Location of Principal Office
  • § 438.17 - Consolidation of Cooperatives - Requirements and Procedure
  • § 438.19 - Status of Consolidated or Merged Cooperatives - Rights of Creditors - Liens
  • § 438.20 - Conversion of Existing Corporation Into a Cooperative - Requirements
  • § 438.21 - Dissolution
  • § 438.22 - Filing with Secretary of State
  • § 438.23 - Cooperatives to be Nonprofit Organizations
  • § 438.24 - Power of Board of Trustees to Authorize Execution of Mortgages, Deeds, etc.
  • § 438.25 - Members not Liable for Debts
  • § 438.26 - Recording of Mortgages - After Acquired Property Subject to Lien
  • § 438.27 - Standards of Construction
  • § 438.28 - Acknowledgments
  • § 438.29 - Foreign Nonprofit Cooperative Corporation - Compliance with State Statutes
  • *§ 438.30 - Interconnection of Company's Lines - Failure to Agree Upon Terms and Conditions, Corporation Commission to Prescribe Terms and Conditions
  • *§ 438.31 - Rates - Powers and Duties of Corporation Commission - Appeals
  • *§ 438.32 - Furnishing Services to Territory Not Already Being Furnished - Time for Issuing Order - Certificate of Convenience and Necessity
  • § 438.33 - Cooperative, Nonprofit and Mutual Cooperatives and Associations Subject to Act
  • § 438.34 - Provision Severable - Invalidity Clause
  • § 438.35 - Act as Amendment to Constitution

SURETY AND GUARANTY COMPANIES

  • § 481 - Surety by Corporation
  • § 482 - Copy of Charter or Articles of Incorporation
  • § 483 - Liberal Construction
  • § 484 - Filing Statement of Assets and Liabilities
  • § 485 - Action against Surety Company - Venue
  • § 486 - Refusal to Pay Judgment
  • § 487 - Estoppel
  • § 488 - Failure to Comply
  • § 489 - Fiduciary Bonds
  • § 490 - Official Bonds
  • § 491 - Agreement with Surety for Principal to Deposit Money

TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE COMPANIES

  • § 601 - Right of Way - Use of Public Ground, Streets and Highways - Use of Railroad Property - Certain Limitations

PROFESSIONAL ENTITY ACT

  • § 801 - Short Title
  • § 803 - Definitions

NON-PROFIT CORPORATION

  • § 863 - Nonprofit Corporations for Creating Rural Water and Sewer Districts - Exemption from Taxation and Assessments

GENERAL CORPORATION ACT

  • § 1001 - Short Title
  • *§ 1002 - Scope of Act

Link to Title 19

COUNTY ZONING AND PLANNING

  • *§ 863.13 - Power to Regulate Type and Use of Buildings - Exceptions
  • *§ 863.44 - Building and/or Fire Codes

HIGH-RISE SAFETY ACT OF 1975

  • § 863.44A - Short Title
  • *§ 863.44D - Sprinkler Systems Required - Exceptions
  • § 864.1 - Joint City-County Electrical Examining and Appeals Board - Authorization
  • *§ 864.14 - Exceptions

CITY-COUNTY PLANNING AND ZONING

  • § 866.1 - City-County Planning and Zoning - Metropolitan Area Planning Commission - County Board of Adjustment - Act Expanded to Include Smaller Cities
  • *§ 866.30 - Exemptions from Zoning Regulations

COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION

  • *§ 868.6 - Master Plan
  • *§ 868.11 - Zoning by Board of County Commissioners
  • *§ 868.17A - Building and Fire Codes

Link to Title 20

DISTRICT COURTS

  • *§ 106.3B - Official Court Reporter - Eligibility
  • § 106.4 - Methods, Duties and Fees of Court Reporter
  • § 106.5 - Admissibility of Transcripts as Evidence
  • *§ 106.9 - Salaries of Court Reporters
  • *§ 106.11 - Status of Reporters Employed by Corporation Commission

COURT REPORTERS

  • § 1503 - Examination for Enrollment as Certified or Licensed Shorthand Reporter
  • *§ 1503.1 - Continuing Education Requirements for Certified Shorthand Reporters
  • § 1506 - Fees
  • § 1508 - Metal Seals - Use of Abbreviations - Powers of Certified Reporters

RULES OF THE STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF CERTIFIED SHORTHAND REPORTERS

  • Rule 14 - Enrollment
  • Rule 15 - Certificates - Abbreviations - Seal
  • Rule 18 - Roll
  • Rule 21 - Continuing Education
  • Rule 23 - Annual Continuing Education Report

RULES GOVERNING DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS OF THE STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF CERTIFIED SHORTHAND REPORTERS

  • Rule 2 - Grounds for Discipline
  • Rule 5 - Complaints

Link to Title 21

CRIMES AGAINST EXECUTIVE POWER

  • § 261 - Acceptance of Public Office without Oath or Security - Penalty
  • § 262 - Validity of Acts
  • § 265 - Bribe to Executive Officer - Penalty
  • § 266 - Receiving a Bribe - Penalty
  • § 267 - Attempt to Prevent Performance of Executive Duty - Penalty
  • § 268 - Resistance to Executive Officer's Performance of Duty
  • § 269 - Acceptance of Emolument, Gratuity, or Reward - Penalty
  • § 270 - Acceptance of Emolument, Gratuity or Reward for Omission to Perform Duty
  • § 271 - Acceptance of Unearned Fees
  • § 277 - Exercise of Authority after End of Term - Penalty
  • § 278 - Wrongful Refusal to Surrender Seal or Books - Misdemeanor
  • § 279 - Applicable to Administrative Officers
  • § 280 - Willfully Disturbing, Interfering With or Disrupting State Business, Agency Operations, or Employees
  • § 281 - False Statements Made During Internal State Agency Investigations - Penalty - Notice

CRIMES AGAINST LEGISLATIVE POWER

  • § 311 - Refusal to Testify or Produce Documents to Legislature - Penalty

CRIMES AGAINST STATE PROPERTY AND REVENUE

  • § 341 - Embezzlement of State Property - Penalty
  • § 341.1 - Postage Meter - Unlawful Use
  • § 342 - Filling of Office Vacancy upon Suspension of Occupant
  • § 343 - Willful Violation of Law Regulating Official Conduct- Penalty
  • § 344 - Personal Interest of Official in Transaction - Penalty
  • § 346 - Obstruction of the Collection of Taxes or State Revenue - Penalty
  • § 348 - Willful Neglect by State Officers
  • § 349 - Destruction of Public Buildings - Punishment
  • § 351 - False Statements Made as Basis of Imposing Tax or Assessment - Penalty
  • § 352 - Unlawful Issuance or Payment of Bonds in Excess of Appropriation or Fund
  • § 353 - Purchase of Bonds or Warrants by Interested Officer Unlawful
  • § 354 - Penalty for Violation of Sections 352 and 353
  • § 358 - False, Fictitious, or Fraudulent Claims against State
  • § 359 - Penalties
  • § 360 - Coercing or Advising State Employees to Contribute to Political Activities - Retaliation against Employee - Penalty
  • § 361 - Use of Trading Stamps, Coupons, Tickets, Certificates, etc., Issued by Reason of Purchases from State Funds Prohibited
  • § 362 - Issuance of Trading Stamps, Tickets, Certificates, etc., Resulting from Purchases by State Prohibited
  • § 363 - Violations and Penalty

BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION

  • § 381 - Bribing Officers
  • § 382 - Officers Receiving Bribes
  • § 383 - Bribery of Judicial Officers, Jurors, Referee etc. - Penalty
  • § 384 - Acceptance of Bribe by Juror, Referee, etc., - Penalty
  • § 385 - Acts Prohibited by Juror, Referee - Penalty
  • § 386 - Acceptance of Gifts by Judicial Officer, Juror, Referee, etc., - Penalty
  • § 387 - Definition of Gift
  • § 388 - Attempts to Influence Juror, Referee - Penalty
  • § 402 - Violations of Bribery Laws - Forfeiture of Monies and Properties

CONSPIRACY

  • § 424- Punishment for Conspiracy against State

CRIMES RELATING TO EVIDENCE

  • § 451 - Offering Forged or Fraudulent Evidence
  • § 452 - Practicing Fraud or Deceit on a Witness
  • § 453 - False Preparation of Exhibits as Evidence
  • § 454 - Destroying Evidence - Penalty
  • § 455 - Preventing Witness from Giving Testimony
  • § 456 - Bribing Witness to Falsely Testify - Subornation of Perjury

CRIMES RELATING TO PUBLIC RECORDS AND DOCUMENTS

  • § 461 - Theft, Destruction, etc. of Records by Custodian
  • § 462 - Theft, Destruction, etc. of Records by Others - Penalty
  • § 463 - Offering False or Forged Instruments for Recordation
  • § 464 - Forgery of Name on Court Documents, etc.

FREE FRANKS OR PASSES

  • § 471 - Passes, Tickets and Franks - Exception

NEPOTISM

  • § 481 - Employment of Relatives Unlawful - Divorce Terminates Limitation - Exception
  • § 482 - Unlawful Salary Payments to Ineligible Persons
  • § 483 - Unlawful to Appoint Relatives
  • § 484 - Prohibition on Relatives Holding Office, Clerkship, etc.
  • § 485 - Penalty for Violation
  • § 486 - Removal from Office upon Violation
  • *§ 487 - Executive, Legislative, Ministerial or Judicial Officers

PERJURY

  • § 491 - Perjury Defined - Defense
  • § 492 - Definition of Oath
  • § 493 - Oath of Office Not Intended
  • § 496 - Contradictory Statements as Perjury
  • § 504 - Perjury by Subornation - Attempted Perjury by Subornation
  • § 505 - Subornation of Perjury - Punishment

OTHER CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC JUSTICE

  • § 535 - Arresting Person under Pretense Authority
  • § 540 - Obstruction of Public Officer
  • § 540A - Eluding Peace Officer
  • § 540B - Roadblocks
  • § 541 - Unlawful Oath
  • § 544 - Compounding or Delaying Prosecution
  • § 545 - Threatening or Intimidating Judicial Officer, Juror, Referee, etc. - Penalty
  • § 546 - Suppression of Evidence - Penalty
  • § 580 - Public Officer's Willful Neglect to Perform Duty
  • § 581 - Public Officer's Willful Omission to Perform Duty
  • § 587 - Public Officer Making False Certificate or Writing - Penalty
  • § 590 - Maintenance of Financial and Business Records - Violations

ASSAULT AND BATTERY

  • § 649 - Assault and Battery upon Peace Officer - Penalties
  • § 650 - Aggravated Assault and Battery upon Law Officers

MISCELLANEOUS OFFENSES AGAINST THE PERSON

  • § 850 - Malicious Harassment Based on Race, Color, Religion, Ancestry, National Origin, Disability - System of Reporting

GAMBLING

  • *§ 986 - Installing Communication Facilities for Gamblers

ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMES ACT

  • § 1230.1 - Short Title
  • § 1230.2 - Definitions
  • § 1230.3 - Unlawful Hazardous Waste Transportation - Offense
  • *§ 1230.4 - Unlawful Waste Management - Offense
  • *§ 1230.5 - Unlawful False Statements and Acts Concerning Permits and Waste
  • § 1230.6 - Unlawful Disposal of Hazardous Waste - Offense
  • § 1230.7 - Unlawful Concealment of Hazardous Waste - Offense
  • § 1230.8 - Penalties and Fines
  • § 1230.9 - Double Fines
  • § 1230.10 - Intent Not to Repeal Existing Law - Penalties Additional to Civil or Administrative Penalties

RAILROADS AND FERRIES

  • § 1253 - Failure of Duty to Ring Bell
  • § 1254 - Intoxication by Engineer or Conductor
  • § 1255 - Penalty for Violation of Duty by Engineer, Conductor, or Other

SABOTAGE PREVENTION ACT

  • § 1265.1 - Definitions
  • § 1265.4 - Attempts to Commit Crimes
  • § 1265.5 - Conspiracy to Commit Crimes
  • § 1265.7 - Public Utilities - Entry without Permission
  • § 1265.8 - Peace Officers and Guards - Right to Stop, Detain or Arrest
  • § 1265.13 - Cited as Sabotage Prevention Act
  • § 1265.14 - Suspension of Other Acts

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF

  • § 1751 - Maliciously Destroying Railroad or Railroad Equipment
  • § 1752 - Offense Resulting in Death
  • § 1752.1 - Interfering with Railroad - Misdemeanor - Penalty
  • § 1767.4 - Tracing of Telephone Calls - Immunity
  • § 1778 - Masking or Removing Train Lights or Signals - False Lights
  • § 1782 - Disclosing Contents of Telegraph or Telephone Messages
  • § 1783 - Concealing Telegraphic Dispatch of Another
  • § 1786 - Digging Up or Obstructing Pipes, Wires, etc.

OTHER OFFENSES AGAINST PROPERTY RIGHTS

  • § 1835 - Trespass after Being Forbidden - Penalty - Entry into Pecan Grove without Prior Consent
  • *§ 1835.2 - Trespass to Private Land Primarily Devoted to Farming, Ranching, or Forestry - Penalties - Affirmative Defense
  • § 1837 - Matches in Cotton-Stone in Grain-Felony
  • § 1838 - Attaching Unauthorized Objects upon Utility Poles Prohibited
  • § 1839 - Penalties

EMERGENCY TELEPHONE CALLS ON PARTY LINES

  • § 1844 - Definitions
  • § 1845 - Refusal to Yield Party Line Telephone for Emergency a Misdemeanor - Penalty
  • § 1846 - Fraudulent Claim of Emergency a Misdemeanor - Penalty
  • § 1847 - Notice of Law to be Displayed in Directory - Exception

MISUSE OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEVICES

  • § 1870 - Definitions
  • § 1871 - Penalty for Use of Telecommunication Device with Intent to Avoid Payment
  • § 1872 - Penalty for Possession of Unlawful Telecommunication Device
  • § 1873 - Penalty for Sale of Unlawful Telecommunication Device
  • § 1874 - Penalty for Manufacture of Unlawful Telecommunication Device

BUS PASSENGER SAFETY ACT

  • § 1901 - Short Title
  • § 1902 - Definitions
  • § 1903 - Seizure of Bus-Assault or Battery - Use of Dangerous Weapon - Concealed Weapon - Discharging Firearm or Hurling Missile at Bus
  • § 1904 - Unauthorized Removal of Baggage, Cargo or Other Item

Link to Title 25

  • § 1 - Meaning of Words
  • § 2 - Applications of Statutory Definitions

HOLIDAYS

  • § 82.1 Holidays

NEWSPAPERS AND PUBLIC NOTICE

  • § 101 - Daily Newspaper
  • § 103 - Sufficiency of Publication of Legal Notices
  • § 104 - Change of Name of Newspaper
  • § 105 - Designation of Newspaper by Party or Attorney
  • § 106 - Legal Notice Publication By Newspaper
  • § 108 - Proof of Publication
  • § 112 - Change in Frequency of Publication - Status as Legal Newspaper
  • § 113 - Publication in Newspaper Published in County, but Not at County Seat
  • § 114 - Validation of Publication Elsewhere Than at County Seat
  • § 221 - Use of Certified Mail with Return Receipt Requested in Place of Registered Mail

OPEN MEETING ACT

  • § 301 - Short Title
  • § 302 - Public Policy
  • § 303 - Times and Places - Advance Notice
  • § 304 - Definitions
  • § 305 - Recording of Votes
  • § 306 - Vote by Electronic or Telephonic Communications
  • § 307 - Executive Sessions
  • § 307.1 - Videoconference Exceptions
  • § 308 - Meeting Between Governor and Majority Members of Public Body
  • § 310 - Legislative Committee Members Attending Executive Sessions
  • § 311 - Public Bodies - Notice
  • § 312 - Written Minutes
  • § 313 - Actions Taken in Willful Violation of Act
  • § 314 - Violations - Misdemeanor - Penalty

DISCRIMINATION

  • § 1101 - Purposes - Construction
  • § 1201 - Definitions
  • § 1301 - Definitions
  • § 1302 - Employers
  • § 1303 - Employment Agencies
  • § 1304 - Labor Organization
  • § 1305 - Training Programs
  • § 1306 - Other Discriminatory Practices
  • § 1308 - Exceptions
  • § 1309 - Bona Fide Seniority or Merit System and Compulsory Retirement
  • § 1310 - Imbalance
  • § 1311 - Male and Female Employees
  • § 1312 - Additional Definitions
  • § 1313- Public Employers - Status Verification System - Unauthorized Aliens - Contracting and Employment Practices
  • § 1502 Procedures after Complaint
  • § 1502.1 - Temporary Relief
  • § 1502.3 - Answer to Complaint
  • § 1502.4 - Federal Government Referral
  • § 1502.5 - Joinder
  • § 1502.6 - Complaint Conciliation
  • § 1502.8 - Final Investigative Report
  • § 1503 - Hearing
  • § 1504 - Dismissal after Hearing
  • § 1505 - Relief
  • § 1506 - Judicial Review
  • § 1507 - Records Inspection
  • § 1508 - Subpoenas
  • § 1601 - Other Discriminatory Practices
  • § 1602 - Conciliation Agreements
  • § 1603 - Attempts
  • § 1604 - Public Contractors
  • § 1605 - Prima Facie Evidence
  • § 1901 - Disability Discrimination

Link to Title 26

ELECTION CODE

The entire Election Code affects elections for Oklahoma Corporation Commissioners.  Those portions of the Election Code specifically addressing the Corporation Commission are listed below.

  • *§ 5-111 - Declaration of Candidacy Forms
  • *§ 5-112 - Petitions and Filing Fees

Link to Title 27

  • § 4 - Right of Water Power Companies to Exercise Eminent Domain
  • § 7 - Rights - Same as Railroads
  • *§ 7.1 - Coal Pipelines - Licenses and Permits - Limitations on Eminent Domain - Compensation
  • § 7.2 - Coal Pipelines - Eminent Domain Same as Railroads
  • *§ 7.3 - Right-of-Way of Coal Pipelines - Filing Acceptance and Plat
  • *§ 7.4 - Right-of-Way of Coal Pipelines - Filing Acceptance and Plat
  • *§ 7.5 - Rules and Regulations
  • § 7.6 - Water Supply
  • *§ 7.7 - Waste Water Disposal
  • § 7.8 - Designation of Coal Pipelines as Common Carriers
  • § 7.9 - Contracts - Rates and Charges of Coal Pipeline Companies
  • § 7.10 - Public Utility Lines - Relocating, Rerouting, Construction Changes, etc. - Expenses and Expenditures
  • § 7.11 - Laws Applicable
  • *§ 8 - Common Carriers - Eminent Domain - Permission of Corporation Commission
  • § 10 - Reimbursement of Owner for Expenses after Acquisition
  • § 11 - Reimbursement of Expenses when Property not Acquired

Link to Title 27A

OKLAHOMA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT

  • § 1-1-101 - Short Title
  • *§ 1-1-102 - Purpose
  • § 1-1-201 - Definitions
  • § 1-1-202 - Powers of State Environmental Agency
  • *§ 1-1-203 - Promulgation of Time Periods for Issuance or Denial of Permits and Licenses and Complaint Resolutions
  • § 1-1-204 - Complaint Investigation and Response Process - Rules - Punishment
  • § 1-1-205 - Programs and Functions Transferred and Assigned Among State Environmental Agencies
  • § 1-1-206 - Economic Impact - Environmental Benefit Statement
  • § 1-1-207 - Kyoto Protocol

SECRETARY OF THE ENVIRONMENT

  • § 1-2-101 - Responsibilities
  • § 1-2-102 - Coordination

JURISDICTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCIES

  • *§ 1-3-101 - Responsibilities and Jurisdiction of State Environmental Agencies

WATER QUALITY DATA

  • § 1-4-107 - Maintenance of Computerized Water Quality Data

OKLAHOMA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY CODE

  • § 2-1-101 - Short Title
  • *§ 2-1-102 - Definitions
  • § 2-2-201 - Advisory Councils
  • § 2-3-101 - Creation of Department of Environmental Quality

LABORATORY SERVICES AND CERTIFICATIONS

  • § 2-4-101 - Definitions
  • § 2-4-201 - Laboratories - Fees
  • § 2-4-301 - Department Duties
  • § 2-4-304 - Acceptance of Laboratory Analyses
  • § 2-4-305 - Laboratory Accreditation
  • § 2-4-306 - Mutual Accreditation Acceptance

WATER QUALITY

  • § 2-6-101 - Definitions
  • § 2-6-102 - Policy
  • § 2-6-103 - Duties of Water Resources Board
  • § 2-6-104 - Purpose and Construction
  • § 2-6-105 - Unlawful to Pollute

OKLAHOMA POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM ACT

  • § 2-6-201 - Short Title - Extent

OKLAHOMA WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS ACT

  • § 2-6-310.2 - Rules for Water Supply Systems
  • *§ 2-6-701 - Permit for Underground Injection of Hazardous and Nonhazardous Liquids - Construction and Sealing of Water Wells and Holes to Avoid Pollution
  • *§ 2-8-203 - Rate-review Agency
  • *§ 2-10-802 - Maintenance of Landfill Disposal Sites Not Owned by Generator

OKLAHOMA BROWNFIELDS VOLUNTARY REDEVELOPMENT ACT

  • § 2-15-101 - Short Title
  • § 2-15-102 - Purpose
  • § 2-15-103 - Definitions
  • § 2-15-104 - Voluntary Redevelopment
  • § 2-15-105 - Proposal for Remediation
  • § 2-15-106 - DEQ Action
  • § 2-15-107 - Filing Land Use Disclosures
  • § 2-15-108 - Liability for Penalties
  • § 2-15-109 - Reimbursement by Participant
  • § 2-15-110 - Ratification of Consent Order

OKLAHOMA REFINERY REVITALIZATION ACT

  • § 2-16-101 - Short Title
  • § 2-16-102 - Purpose
  • *§ 2-16-103 - Definitions
  • § 2-16-104 - Refinery Permitting Cooperative Agreement
  • § 2-16-105 - Permits - Authority of Executive Director - Siting and Operation
  • § 2-16-106 - Permitting and Environmental Reviews - Pre-application Process - Record - Remedy - Appeal
  • § 2-16-107 - Construction

OKLAHOMA CARBON SEQUESTRATION ENHANCEMENT ACT

  • § 3-4-101 - Short Title - Legislative Findings
  • § 3-4-102 - Carbon Sequestion Advisory Committee
  • § 3-4-103 - Assessments
  • § 3-4-104 - Carbon Sequestration Assessment Cash Fund
  • § 3-4-105 - Bond
  • § 3-4-106 - Duty of State Agencies

OKLAHOMA CARBON CAPTURE AND GEOLOGIC SEQUESTRATION ACT

  • *§ 3-5-101 - Short Title - Legislative Findings - Legislative Intent
  • *§ 3-5-102 - Definitions
  • *§ 3-5-103 - Jurisdiction of Environmental Agencies
  • *§ 3-5-104 - Agencies' Memorandum of Understanding - Permits - Orders
  • § 3-5-105 - Rights and Duties of the Sequestration Facility Owner and Facility Operator
  • § 3-5-106 - Effect of Act

OKLAHOMA EMERGENCY RESPONSE ACT

  • § 4-1-101 - Short Title - Purpose
  • *§ 4-1-102 - Definitions
  • § 4-1-103 - First Responder to Incidents or Events Involving Releases of Dangerous Substances Requiring Protective Actions
  • § 4-1-104 - Effect of Act
  • § 4-1-105 - Authority to Enter Private or Public Property - Records and Reports - Administrative Warrant
  • § 4-1-106 - Authority of Attorney General to Prosecute Violations of Oklahoma Emergency Response Act

Link to Title 29

  • *§ 7-401 - Deleterious, Noxious or Toxic Substances
  • *§ 7-401a - Violations of Provisions - State Environmental Regulatory Agency
  • § 7-601 - Common Carrier Requirements

Link to Title 37

  • *§ 609 - Hired Bus or Limousine Service Prohibited from Transporting Minors Possessing or Consuming Alcoholic Beverages

Link to Title 40

EMPLOYMENT OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN

  • § 71 - Restrictions on Employment of Children Under Sixteen
  • § 72.1 - Certain Occupations Not Permitted to Be Filled by Children under 16
  • § 74 - Educational Qualifications Required of Child Before Employment
  • § 75 - Hours of Employment of Children - Rest Periods
  • § 76 - Night Work
  • § 77 - Schooling Certificates - Duties of Employers
  • § 78 - Evidence of Age of Child - Certificate of Physical Fitness
  • § 79 - Age and Schooling Certificates - Proof of Age
  • § 80 - School Attendance Certificate to be Presented - Duplicate of Schooling Certificate - Blank Form - Form of Certificate
  • § 88 - Penalties for Violating This Article
  • § 89 - Enforcement

BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL SAFETY ACT

  • § 141.1 - Short Title - Definitions
  • *§ 141.2 - Exemptions

PROTECTION OF LABOR

  • § 165.1 - Definitions
  • § 165.2 - Semimonthly Payment of Wages on Regular Paydays - Payment in Money - Itemized Statement of Deductions - Prohibited Payments
  • § 165.2a - Violations - Administrative Fines
  • § 165.3 - Termination of Employee - Payment - Failure to Pay
  • § 165.3a - Wages and Benefits upon Employee's Death
  • § 165.4 - Bona Fide Disagreements
  • § 165.5 - Private Agreements
  • § 165.6 - Contractors as Employers
  • § 165.7 - Enforcement and Administration - Administrative Proceedings - Orders - Appeals - Actions
  • § 165.8 - Penalties
  • § 165.9 - Actions to Recover Unpaid Wages and Damages - Parties - Costs and Attorney's Fees
  • § 165.10 - Invalidity Clause
  • § 165.11 - Failure to Pay Benefits or Furnish Wage Supplements Pursuant to Agreements
  • § 171 - Public Service Corporation to Give Letter to Employee Leaving Service
  • § 173.1 - Employees' Social Security Numbers
  • § 179 - Railroad Repair Tracks to be Sheltered
  • § 180 - Penalty
  • § 185 - Leave of Absence to Railroad Employees
  • § 188 - Equipment
  • § 189 - Transparent Section
  • *§ 190 - Enforcement

OKLAHOMA MINIMUM WAGE ACT

  • § 197.1 - Declarations
  • § 197.2 - Minimum Wages Established
  • § 197.3 - Wage and Hour Commission - Membership - Tenure - Compensation - Chairman
  • § 197.4 - Definitions
  • § 197.5 - Employees Covered by Act
  • § 197.6 - Posting of Notice
  • § 197.7 - Investigation of Complaints
  • § 197.8 - Findings - Payment of Amount Due
  • § 197.9 - Findings By Court - Double Damages - Costs And Attorney Fees - Defenses
  • § 197.10 - Assignment of Wage Claim
  • § 197.11 - Exceptions
  • § 197.12 - Rules, Regulations, and Standards
  • § 197.13 - Penalty for Failure to Pay Minimum Compensation
  • § 197.14 - Penalty for Failure to Post Notice
  • § 197.15 - Citation

DISCRIMINATORY WAGES

  • § 198.1 - Payment of Discriminatory Wages Based on Employee's Sex Prohibited
  • § 198.2 - Enforcement - Penalties

RETALIATION

  • § 199 - Certain Actions Against Employees Prohibited

VEHICLE SEARCH

  • § 200 - Employee-Owned Vehicle Searches

OKLAHOMA OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS ACT

  • § 401 - Short Title
  • § 402 - Definitions
  • § 403 - Employer's Duties and Responsibilities
  • § 404 - Removal or Damage of Safeguards - Failure to Obey Safety Orders
  • § 407 - Adoption of Health and Safety Standards - Promulgation - Limitation
  • § 410 - Administration and Enforcement
  • § 412 - Violations - Penalties
  • § 413 - Public Policy
  • § 435 - Break Periods to Breast-Feed - Private Room - Reports

SMOKING

  • § 500 - Employment Conditional on Non-smoking Status Prohibited
  • § 501 - Smoking Conditions
  • § 502 - Application
  • § 503 - Remedies

STANDARDS FOR WORKPLACE DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING ACT

  • § 551 - Short Title
  • § 552 - Definitions
  • § 553 - Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Act Standards
  • § 554 - Limitations on Employers
  • § 555 - Written Detailed Policy Setting Forth Specifics of Drug or Alcohol Testing Program
  • § 556 - Time and Costs of Drug or Alcohol Testing
  • § 557 - State Board of Health to Implement and Enforce the Act and Rules
  • § 558 - Testing Facility Qualifications and License

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GENERAL

  • § 1 - Definition of Lien
  • § 2 - General or Special Liens
  • § 3 - General Lien Defined
  • § 4 - Special Lien Defined
  • § 5 - Mortgages and Pledges
  • § 6 - Creation of Liens
  • § 7 - No Lien Arises by Operation of Law
  • § 8 - Lien upon Property not Yet Acquired
  • § 9 - Immediate Effect of Lien
  • § 10 - Lien or Contract for Lien Transfers No Title to Property Subject to Lien
  • § 11 - Contract for Forfeiture or Restraining Redemption
  • § 12 - Creation of Lien Does Not Imply Person Bound to Perform Act
  • § 13 - Limitation of Lien
  • § 14 - Lien Holder not Entitled to Compensation
  • § 15 - Different Liens on Same Property - Priority
  • § 16 - Purchase Money Mortgage
  • § 17 - Lien upon Several Things with Subordinate Liens - Order of Resort for Payment of Prior Liens
  • § 18 - Right of Redemption
  • § 19 - Inferior Lien Holder - Rights
  • § 20 - Redemption - Performance
  • § 21 - Lien Accessory to Act
  • § 22 - Sale of Property
  • § 23 - Extinguishment by Lapse of Time
  • § 24 - Partial Performance
  • § 25 - Restoration
  • § 26 - Seller's Lien
  • § 27 - Waiver of Lien
  • § 28 - Validity of Liens
  • § 30 - Special Lien
  • § 31 - Factor's General Lien
  • § 32 - Banker's Lien
  • § 33 - Special Lien on Personal Property
  • § 34 - Other Liens
  • § 35 - Regulation of Lien of Judgment

MECHANICS AND MATERIALMEN'S LIENS

  • § 143.4 - Leased or Rented Equipment - Property Used for Production of Oil or Gas
  • § 144 - Oil and Gas Well Liens
  • § 144.1 - Effectiveness of Lien against Purchaser - Delivery of Copy of Statement of Lien
  • *§ 144.2 - Creation and Appropriation of Trust Funds for Payment of Leinable Claims
  • § 145 - Oil and Gas Well Lien - Subcontractor
  • § 146 - Enforcement of Oil and Gas Well Lien
  • § 161 - Lien Upon Railroads
  • § 162 - Requirement that Suit Brought Within 1 Year After Claim Accrued
  • § 163 - Enforcement
  • § 164 - Notice of 10 Days

ENFORCEMENT

  • § 171 - Assignment of Liens
  • § 172 - Enforcement by Civil Actions - Limitations - Practice, Pleading and Proceeding - Amendment of Lien Statement
  • § 173 - Parties
  • § 174 - Consolidation
  • § 175 - Order to Sell Property after Judgment
  • § 176 - Right to Recover Attorney's Fees
  • § 177 - Suit by Owner to Determine Lien and Cancellation of Lien on Docket
  • § 178 - When Proceeds of Sale Insufficient to Pay All Claimants

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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

  • *§ 2-117 - Authority, Responsibility, Powers, and Duties of Officers of Department
  • *§ 2-117.1 - Duty to Investigate and Report to Corporation Commission, Oklahoma Tax Commission and Department of Public Safety

MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS RELATING TO FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

  • *§ 7-502 - Exception in Relation to Vehicles Insured Under Other Laws

COMPULSORY LIABILITY INSURANCE

  • § 7-600 - Definitions
  • § 7-600.1 - Statement or Endorsement to be Included in Policies - Excess or Additional Coverage - Binders
  • § 7-600.2 - Online Verification System for Motor Vehicle Insurance
  • § 7-601 - Liability Requirements - Proof of Compliance - Nonresidents
  • *§ 7-602 - Certification of Existence of Security - Exemptions

FOR-RENT VEHICLES

  • § 8-101 - Owner of For-Rent Vehicle to Give Proof of Financial Responsibility
  • § 8-102 - Liability When No Policy Obtained
  • § 8-103 - Renting Vehicle to Another
  • *§ 8-104 - Financial Responsibility of Taxicab Operators

SIZE, WEIGHT, AND LOAD

  • § 14-101 - Scope and Effect of Chapter
  • § 14-103 - Weight, Height and Length of Vehicle and Load
  • § 14-103A - Manufactured Home
  • § 14-103B - Automobile Transporters
  • § 14-103C - Special Permits
  • § 14-103D - Movement of Manufactured Home
  • § 14-103E - Issuance of Permit
  • § 14-103F - Special Deal
  • § 14-103G - Annual Permit
  • § 14-105 - Loads on Vehicles
  • § 14-106 - Trailers and Towed Vehicles
  • § 14-107 - Definitions
  • § 14-109 - Single Axle Load Limit
  • § 14-109.1 - Load Violation Not Recorded as Traffic Offense
  • § 14-109.2 - Farm Vehicles
  • *§ 14-110 - Carrying Registration
  • *§ 14-111 - Weighing Vehicles
  • § 14-113 - Restriction of Highway Use
  • § 14-114 - Liability for Damages
  • § 14-116 - Fees and Allocation
  • § 14-116a - Movement of Manufactured Home without Permit
  • § 14-118 - Scope of Activities
  • § 14-118.1 - Agreements with Other States
  • § 14-119 - Willful or Knowing Transportation of Load Having Greater Capacity than Axle or Gross Weights Authorized by Statute
  • § 14-120 - Movement of Manufactured Homes
  • § 14-120.1 - Escort Requirement
  • § 14-120.2 - Cost of Escort
  • § 14-121 - Special Combination Vehicles
  • § 14-122 - Disposition of Monies

OPERATION

  • *§ 116.13 - Enforcement Officers
  • *§ 116.14 - Seizure and Sale of Unregistered Vehicles

AUTOMOBILES OWNED BY STATE

  • § 151 - Words Painted on Vehicle
  • § 152 - Driving Unmarked Vehicles Prohibited
  • § 155 - Violation is Misdemeanor
  • § 156 - Purchase Prohibited
  • § 156.1 - Taking Vehicles Home Prohibited
  • § 156.3 - Purchase of Trucks
  • § 158.2 - Actions against State

HOUSEHOLD GOODS ACT OF 2009

  • *§ 161A - Short Title - Scope - Definitions
  • *§ 162 - Authority of Corporation Commission
  • *§ 162.1 - Authority to Promulgate Rules to Enable State Participation in Unified Carrier Registration System
  • *§ 163 - Transporting Household Goods for Compensation - Certificate, Receipt, and Record-Keeping Requirements - Penalties for Violations
  • *§ 165 - Filing Fees
  • *§ 166 - Certificates
  • § 166.5 - Conflicting Constitutional Provisions - Amendment and Alteration
  • § 166a - Transportation of Equipment - Written Lease
  • *§ 169 - Filing of Certificates of Insurance Coverage as Condition Precedent to Certificate - Actions by Injured Party - Failure to Maintain Coverage
  • § 169.1 - Motor Carriers - Liability for Loss, Damage or Injury to Goods or Property
  • § 169.2 - Claims - Procedure
  • § 169.3 - Nonliability - Burden of Proof
  • § 169.4 - Concealed Loss or Damage - Claim - Inspection - Evidence
  • *§ 169.5 - Failure to Process Claim or Express Declination of Claim in Writing - Penalty
  • § 169.6 - Other Remedies and Rights of Action - Attorney Fees - Costs
  • § 169.7 - Motor Carrier - Statement of Liability
  • *§ 170 - Weight and Size of Vehicles - Advertising - Suspension or Cancellation - Personal Character of Certificates
  • § 170.1 - Complaints - Notice and Hearing - Orders - Revocation - Liability Of Complaining Party - Appeal
  • *§ 170.2 - Notification to Oklahoma Corporation Commission of Tickets Issued for Load Capacity Violations - Contempt Complaints
  • *§ 171 - Assistance from Corporation Commission Revolving Fund
  • *§ 171.1 - Expenditure of Corporation Commission Revolving Funds - Uses
  • § 171.2 - Authority and Powers of Motor Carrier Enforcement Officers
  • *§ 172 - Violations - Penalties - Reports of Violations - Enforcement Officers
  • § 172.1 - Qualifications for Enforcement Officers
  • § 173 - Venue of Actions Against Motor Carriers - Issuance of Summons
  • *§ 177.2 - License and Permit for Transporting Deleterious Substances - Proof of Access To Approved Disposal Well - List Of Permits - Fees - Provisions Supplemental to Other Applicable Motor Carrier Laws
  • *§ 177.3 - Violations - Penalties
  • § 180 - Definitions
  • § 180a - Display of Identification Device on Motor Carriers
  • § 180b - Device Subject to Seizure
  • § 180c - Seizure and Confiscation of Devices - Grounds
  • § 180d - Rules and Regulations
  • § 180e - Commission to Provide for Suitable Methods of Identification
  • § 180f - Purchase of Devices and Other Equipment
  • *§ 180g - Issuance of Identification Devices
  • *§ 108h - Fee for Registration
  • *§ 108k - Records
  • *§ 108l - Reciprocal Compacts and Agreements with Other States
  • *§ 108m - Enforcement of Act

OPERATION OF AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE

  • *§ 224- Auto Buses Not Operating Under Certificate or Permit of License of Corporation Commission - Authority of City to Regulate
  • *§ 225 - Auto Buses Operating Under Certificate or Permit or License - Prohibiting Stopping, Loading, Unloading and Parking
  • § 226.1 - Power of City or Town to Grant Franchise
  • § 226.2 - Operation Without Franchise Unlawful When Franchise Granted to Another
  • § 226.3 - Violations
  • § 226.4 - Definition of Franchise
  • § 226.5 - Validation of Existing Franchises

CARRIERS OF ROAD BUILDING MATERIALS AND UNPROCESSED AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES

  • *§ 228.3 - Intrastate Motor Transportation Fuel Surcharge
  • § 228.4 - Application of Sections 161 Through 180m

OKLAHOMA MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSPORTATION ACT

  • § 230.1 - Short Title
  • § 230.2 - Legislative Findings
  • § 230.3 - Definitions
  • § 230.4 - Duties of Commissioner
  • § 230.5 - Availability of Accounts, Books, Records, Memoranda, Correspondence, and Other Documents of Motor Carriers - Examination and Inspection of Lands, Buildings, and Equipment
  • § 230.6 - Unlawful Operation of Commercial Vehicles and Vehicles Marked Out of Service - Removal of Out-of-Service Marking - Penalties
  • § 230.7 - Discharge of Hazardous Material in any Transport Vehicle
  • § 230.8 - Report of Accident during Transportation, Loading, Unloading, or Storage of Hazardous Material
  • § 230.9 - Transportation of Property in Commerce - Compliance with Oklahoma Motor Carrier Safety and Hazardous Materials Transportation Act - Violations
  • § 230.10 - Exempt Vehicles
  • § 230.11 - Cooperation with Other Departments
  • § 230.12 - Immunity from Civil Liability or Administrative Penalty
  • § 230.13 - Enforcement of Act
  • § 230.14 - In Case of Conflicts of Laws
  • *§ 230.15 - Violations by Motor Carrier - Liability and Property Damage Insurance - Limitations on Driving Hours

MOTOR CARRIER ACT OF 1995

  • § 230.21 - Short Title
  • *§ 230.22 - Necessity to Regulate Transportation by Motor Carriers and Private Carriers - Revocation of Existing Intrastate Certificates and Permits - Applicability of Provisions - Construction of Act
  • *§ 230.23 - Definitions
  • *§ 230.24 - Powers and duties of Corporation Commission
  • *§ 230.25 - Bill of Lading - Violations
  • *§ 230.26 - Filing of Contempt Proceedings
  • *§ 230.27 - Filing Fee - Duration of Valid License - Annual Renewal Fee - Deposit of Fee
  • *§ 230.28 - Issuance of Licenses
  • *§ 230.29 - Terms Defined - Transportation of Equipment - Leases
  • *§ 230.30 - Issuance of License - Requirement of Insurance - Cargo Insurance Policy or Bond
  • § 230.31 - Nothing in Act to Authorize Operation of Vehicle in Excess of Gross Weight, Width, Length or Height - Fraudulent Advertising - Provision Included on License Reserving Authority to Suspend or Cancel License - Licenses Personal in Nature
  • *§ 230.32 - Authority of Commission to Promulgate Rules and Regulations
  • § 230.33 - Exemptions for Operators of Motor Vehicles in Excess of 26,000 Pounds Contracting with Federal, State or Local Entity

MOTOR CARRIER HARVEST PERMIT ACT OF 2006

  • § 230.34 - Short Title
  • *§ 230.34a - Harvest Permits
  • *§ 230.34b - Prohibition of Vehicle Scales within Two Miles of Grain Elevators - Exceptions

 

OKLAHOMA VEHICLE LICENSE AND REGISTRATION ACT

  • § 1101 - Short Title
  • § 1102 - Definitions
  • § 1103 - Legislative Intent
  • § 1105 - Definitions
  • § 1105.1 - Additional Definitions
  • § 1105.2 - Transfer of Ownership
  • § 1105.3 - Vehicle Identification Number
  • *§ 1106 - Refusal to Issue
  • § 1107 - Holder of Certificate in Event of Sale
  • § 1107.1 - Mileage Certificate
  • § 1107.2 - Exemption from Mileage Certification
  • § 1107.4 - Written Notice of Transfer
  • § 1108 - Lost Title Certificate
  • *§ 1109 - Confidential Nature of Information Contained in Certificates of Title, Applications, or Registration - Fees - Penalty
  • § 1112 - Application for Registration
  • § 1112.1 - Disclosure of Damage
  • *§ 1113 - Certificate of Registration
  • § 1113A - Definitions
  • § 1114.1 - Rounding of Fees
  • *§ 1115 - Certain Vehicles to be Annually Registered - Schedule - Fees - Penalties
  • *§ 1115.1 - Duty to Seize Vehicle
  • *§ 1120 - Proportional Registration
  • *§ 1120.1 - International Registration Plan (IRP)
  • *§ 1120.2 - IRP Revenue Transfer
  • § 1121 - Dishonored Check
  • § 1122 - Non-resident Use of Vehicle for Hire
  • *§ 1123 - Reciprocal Agreements
  • *§ 1124 - Temporary Permit Fee and Issuance
  • *§ 1124.1 - Temporary Permits or Authorization for Vehicle to be Proportionally Registered
  • *§ 1124.2 - "Hunter's Permits"
  • § 1125 - Employment in State
  • § 1126 - Repossessed Vehicles
  • § 1128 - In-transit New Vehicles
  • § 1129 - Special Mobilized Machinery
  • § 1132 - Registration Fees
  • § 1132.1 - Additional Registration Fees
  • § 1132.4 - Additional Registration Fees
  • *§ 1133 - Rates for Commercial Vehicles Over Eight Thousand Pounds
  • § 1133.1 - Commercial Vehicles Less than Eight Thousand Pounds
  • *§ 1133.2 - Vehicles of 26,000 Pounds or More
  • *§ 1134 - Farm Vehicles
  • § 1134.1 - Taxis and Buses
  • § 1134.2 - Logging Trucks
  • *§ 1138 - Intercity Bus Registration
  • *§ 1139 - Additional Fee for Intercity Bus

MOTOR LICENSE AGENTS

  • *§ 1140 - Motor License Agents
  • *§ 1143.1 - Motor License Indemnity Fund

ADMINISTRATION OF LAWS

  • *§ 1151 - Unlawful Acts - Penalties

TRUCKING ONE-STOP SHOP ACT

  • *§ 1166 - Transfer of Duties from Oklahoma Tax Commission to Corporation Commission
  • *§ 1167 - Authority to Promulgate Rules
  • *§ 1168 - Transfer of Funds
  • *§ 1169 - Revocation of Corporation Commission Issued License - Fraudulent Credentials
  • *§ 1170 - Confidential and Privileged Records

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UNIFORM LAW ON NOTARIAL ACTS

  • § 111 - Short Title
  • § 112 - Definitions
  • § 113 - Acknowledgment, Verification, Witnessing, and Certifying of Notarial Officer - Oath - Evidence
  • § 114 - Who May Perform Notarial Acts
  • § 115 - Effect of Notarial Act Performed in Another State
  • § 116 - Effect of Notarial Acts Performed by Certain Officers
  • § 117 - Effect of Notarial Act Performed by Officer of Foreign Nation
  • § 118 - Evidence and Sufficiency of Notarial Act - Execution of Certificate of Notarial Act
  • § 119 - Contents and Sufficiency of Short Form Certificates of Notarial Acts
  • § 120 - Application of Uniform Law on Notarial Acts
  • § 121 - Interpretation of Uniform Law on Notarial Acts

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GENERAL PROVISIONS

  • § 1 - Beginning of Term - Time of Qualifying
  • § 3.1 - Failure to Qualify - Vacancy - How Filled
  • § 4 - Re-Election Bond Not Approved Unit Satisfactory Accounting
  • §6 - Officers and Deputies Not to Hold Other Offices
  • § 7 - Place of Office
  • § 8 - Office Vacant, When
  • § 9 - Resignations
  • § 11 - Vacancy within Thirty Days of Election
  • § 13 - How Appointments Made
  • § 14 - Appointees to Qualify
  • § 15 - Term of Appointed Officer
  • § 19 - Successor to Receive Records, etc.
  • § 20 - Books Turned Over to Successor Before Salary Paid
  • § 21 - Oaths, Officers Authorized to Administer
  • § 22 - Violations of this Chapter Misdemeanors
  • § 23 - Sureties May Be Liable in Part Only
  • § 24.1 - Suspension from Office or Employment upon Conviction of Felony - Forfeiture of Office or Employment - Salary and Benefits
  • § 24.3 - Sale of Real or Personal Property to State or Political Subdivision by Certain Persons Prohibited

OKLAHOMA OPEN RECORDS ACT

  • § 24A.1 - Short Title
  • § 24A.2 - Political Power - Public Policy and Purpose of Act
  • § 24A.3 - Definitions
  • § 24A.4 - Duty to Keep and Maintain Complete Records of Receipt and Expenditure of Funds
  • § 24A.5 - Open and Confidential Records
  • § 24A.7 - Confidential Personnel Records of Public Body
  • § 24A.8 - Law Enforcement Agency Records Available for Public Inspection
  • § 24A.9 - Confidential Personal Notes and Personally Created Materials of Public Official Making Recommendation
  • § 24A.10 - Disclosure of Information Voluntarily Supplied
  • § 24A.12 - Confidential Litigation Files and Investigatory Reports
  • § 24A.13 - Confidential Federal Legislation Records
  • § 24A.14 - Confidential Personal Communications Exercising Constitutional Rights
  • § 24A.17 - Violations of Oklahoma Open Records Act - Civil Liability
  • § 24A.18 - Additional Recordkeeping Requirements on Public Bodies or Public Officials Not Imposed
  • § 24A.20 - Access to Records in Possession of Public Body or Official for Investigatory Purposes
  • § 24A.21 - Fees Charged State Agency or Taxing Entity
  • *§ 24A.22 - Confidential Nature of Public Utility Records
  • § 24A.25 - Removal of Materials from the Public Record
  • *§ 24A.27 - Confidential Vulnerability Assessments
  • § 24A.28 - Confidentiality of Information Relating to Terrorism
  • § 24A.29 - Protected Materials - Protective Orders - Orders Directing Withholding, Removal of Pleadings or Other Material from Public Record

FOREIGN POLITICAL OR REVOLUTIONARY AFFILIATIONS

  • § 36.1 - Oath or Affirmation Required - Effective Date
  • § 36.2A - Form of Loyalty Oath or Affirmation
  • § 36.3 - Oath or Affirmation - Form - Place of Filing - No Filing Fee
  • § 36.4 - Compensation Not to Be Paid Until Oath or Affirmation Subscribed - Duties of Certifying Officer to Payroll Claims
  • § 36.5 - False Statements Perjury - Punishment
  • § 36.6 - Violation of Oath or Affirmation

IMPEACHMENT

  • §51 - Impeachment - Crimes - Subject of
  • §52 - Presentation - Court of Impeachment
  • §53 - Oath - Concurrence of Senators
  • §54 - Judgment - Criminal Liability
  • §55 - Impeachment Defined
  • §56 - Articles of Impeachment
  • §57 - Designation of Offense and of Culprit
  • §58 - Prosecution of Impeachment - Board of Managers
  • §59 - Court of Impeachment - Organization
  • §60 - Hearing and Summons
  • §61 - Witness - Evidence - Process
  • §62 - Orders and Judgments - Power to Enforce
  • §63 - Fees for Witnesses and Executions of Processes
  • §64 - Oath
  • §65 - Voting on Judgment - Absence during Trial
  • §66 - Costs - How Paid - Cost of Accused if Acquitted
  • §67 - Recess - Trial after Adjournment
  • §69 - Managers of Trial - Power of After-Adjournment Trial
  • §71 - Procedure - Vote - Records

REMOVAL FROM OFFICE

  • § 91 - Officers Subject to Removal
  • § 92 - Supreme Court - Jurisdiction
  • § 93 - Official Misconduct Defined
  • § 94 - Attorney General - Duties
  • § 95 - Defendant - Speedy Trial
  • § 96 - Summons - When to Issue
  • § 97 - Defendant Guilty - Judgment to Ouster
  • § 98 - Complaint - Petition
  • § 99 - Action Commenced
  • § 100 - Attorney General - Powers
  • § 101 - Witnesses
  • § 102 - Attorney General - Additional Powers
  • § 103 - Jury Trial
  • § 104 - Depositions - How Taken
  • § 105 - Prima Facie Evidence

OLD AGE AND SURVIVORS INSURANCE UNDER FEDERAL ACT

  • § 121 - Declaration of Policy
  • § 122 - Definitions
  • § 123 - Federal - State Agreement
  • § 124 - Contributions by State Employees
  • § 125 - Plans for Coverage of Employees of Political Subdivisions and of State and Local Instrumentalities
  • § 126 - Contribution Fund
  • § 128 - Rules and Regulations
  • § 130 - Separability

THE GOVERNMENTAL TORT CLAIMS ACT

  • § 151 - Short Title
  • § 152 - Definitions
  • § 152.1 - Adoption of Doctrine of Sovereign Immunity
  • § 153 - Liability - Scope - Exemption
  • § 154 - Extent of Liability
  • § 155 - Exemptions from Liability
  • § 156 - Claims - Petition - Limitation of Actions - Notice - Wrongful Death
  • § 157 - Notice of Approval or Denial of Claim
  • § 158 - Settlement or Defense of Claim - Effect of Liability Insurance
  • § 159 - Enforcement of Judgments
  • § 161.1 - State's Duty to Defend
  • § 162 - Constitutional or Statutory Rights, Privileges or Immunities - Violation by Employee - Defending - Indemnification - Right of Recovery - Punitive or Exemplary Damages
  • § 163 - Venue - Parties - Service of Process - Evidence of Insurance
  • § 164 - Application of Oklahoma Laws and Statutes and Rules of Procedure
  • § 166 - Governmental and Proprietary Functions of Political Subdivisions - Application of Act
  • § 170 - Application of Laws
  • § 200 - Default or Agreed Judgment, Consent Decree or Other Settlement of Litigation or Claim against State

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Since the following state statutes were drafted, the U.S. Congress has enacted statutes affecting various regulated fields and the U.S. Supreme Court has decided cases affecting the same. Consideration of federal law may be important to any question regarding the subject matter of this title.

PIPELINES ACT OF 1907

  • *§ 1 - Corporation Commission or Commission Defined
  • § 1.1 - Gas Corporations
  • § 2 - Foreign Gas Pipelines Corporations Licensed
  • § 3 - Pipe Line Companies Must Comply With This Article
  • § 4 - Right-of-way must be granted by charter and damages paid - Damages
  • *§ 5 - Construction and Operation of Pipelines - Safety Regulations - Markers - Personnel - Expenses
  • *§ 5.1 - Cooperation with Other Agencies
  • *§ 5.2 - Deposit of Monies from Fund
  • § 7 - Corporations Become Domestic
  • § 8 - Information to be Furnished Commission
  • § 9 - Domestic Pipe Line Companies May Erect Pumping Stations
  • § 10 - Domestic Pipe Line Companies May Cross Highways

PRODUCTION AND TRANSPORTATION ACT OF 1913

  • § 21 - Businesses and Persons Subject to the Act - Vested Rights Excepted
  • § 22 - Pipeline Right - of - Way - Eminent Domain - Highways
  • *§ 23 - Pipeline Operators Common Purchasers - Requirements - Exemptions
  • § 24 - Pipe Line Companies Declared Carriers - Discrimination - Exemptions
  • § 24.1 - Refusal to Purchase or Transport Natural Gas - Complaint - Hearing - Orders
  • § 24.2 - Definitions
  • § 24.4 - Definitions
  • * § 24.5 - Discriminatory Fees - Open Access - Commission Authority
  • § 25 - Non-Compliance with Act Made Unlawful - Effect
  • *§ 26 - Prerequisite to Carrying Gas - Records for Corporation Commission
  • *§ 27 - Right-of-Way - Highways - Eminent Domain
  • *§ 28 - Filing Records With Corporation Commission - Extension of Time
  • 8§ 29 - Limitations on Production Levels of Gas Wells - Authority to Promulgate Production Rules
  • *§ 30 - Meters - Requirements
  • *§ 31 - Violation of Act - Punishment
  • *§ 32 - Violations - Receivership - Procedure
  • § 33 - Evidence - Reports of Gas Companies
  • *§ 34 - Enforcement by Corporation Commission - Appeals
  • *§ 36.1 - Definitions
  • *§ 36.2 - Underground Storage
  • *§ 36.3 - Eminent Domain - Use and Limitations
  • *§ 36.4 - Certificate of Commission - Publication
  • *§ 36.5 - Proceedings
  • § 36.6 - Stored Natural Gas - Ownership
  • § 36.7 - Invalidity Clause
  • *§ 41 - Gas from Interstate Pipelines - License from Corporation Commission
  • § 44 - Gas Companies to Use Meters
  • § 45 - Violations of Act - Punishment
  • *§ 46.1 - Ammonia - Commercial Fertilizers - Transportation by Pipeline
  • *§ 46.2 - Hearing and Determination of Applications - Appeals
  • *§ 46.3 - Eminent Domain
  • *§ 46.4 - Rules and Regulations

HAZARDOUS LIQUID TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM SAFETY ACT

  • § 47.1 - Short Title
  • *§ 47.2 - Definitions
  • *§ 47.3 - Commission's Powers and Duties
  • *§ 47.4 - Plan for Inspection, Operation, and Maintenance of Transportation System
  • *§ 47.5 - Finding of Hazardous Transportation System - Considerations of Finding - Emergency Actions
  • *§ 47.6 - Penalties for Violations of Act
  • *§ 47.7 - Request for Action to Redress or Restrain Violation
  • *§ 47.8 - Appeal of Order

OIL PIPELINES

  • § 51 - Oil Companies Must Comply With This Article - Penalty
  • § 52 - Right of Way
  • § 53 - Foreign Corporations
  • § 54 - Common Purchasers of Oil - Required to Purchase
  • *§ 55 - Same - Exceptions
  • § 56 - Oil Carriers Are Common Carriers - Discrimination Prohibited
  • § 57 - Oil Carriers Not to Be Interested in Producing
  • *§ 58 - Acceptance of Laws and Plats to Be Filed
  • § 59 - Domestic Pipeline Companies Have Right-of-Way
  • § 60 - Eminent Domain Extended to Oil Pipelines Same as Railroads
  • § 61 - Who May Have Right of Eminent Domain
  • *§ 62 - Commission May Extend Time
  • *§ 63 - Penalty for Violations
  • *§ 64 - Suspension of Penalty, When
  • § 65 - Certified Transcript Shall be Evidence
  • *§ 67 - Corporation Commission - Cooperation and Authority - Appeal Jurisdiction - Orders - Use of Eminent Domain

OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION

GENERAL PROVISIONS

  • *§ 86.1 - Definitions
  • *§ 86.2 - Waste - As Applied to Oil
  • *§ 86.3 - Waste - As Applied to Gas
  • *§ 86.4 - Rules and Regulations
  • *§ 86.5 - Procedural Requirements
  • *§ 87.1 - Common Source of Supply of Oil - Well Spacing and Drilling Units
  • *§ 87.2 - Application Protests
  • *§ 87.3 - Petition of Application of Location Exception
  • *§ 87.4 - Affidavit Evidencing Election for Drilling of Well Under Pooling Order
  • *§ 87.5 - Applications for Approval of Increased Density Wells - Notice and Hearing
  • *§ 91 - Meters - Pipelines - Proration Umpire - Costs of Operators
  • *§ 92 - Reports - Oil Purchased or Transported - Forms
  • *§ 93 - Operators - Books - Oil Produced and Sold
  • *§ 94 - Maps and Drawings - Location of Pipelines and Connections
  • *§ 95 - Reports - Quantity of Oil Produced and Moved - Penalty
  • *§ 96 - Same - Verification of
  • *§ 97 - Commission - Jurisdiction to Make Rules and Regulations - Hearings
  • *§ 98 - Same - Powers of - Marshal of Commission
  • *§ 99 - Pleadings - Maps - Secretary of Commission - Filing
  • *§ 101 - Procedure - Rules of
  • *§ 102 - Contempt - Punishment
  • *§ 103 - Same - Proceedings - How commenced - Complaint - Citation
  • § 104 - Gas Pipeline as Additional Burden
  • *§ 105 - Wells - Orders to Close - Enforcement - Petition - Hearing
  • *§ 106 - Enforcement - Motion or Petition - Notice
  • *§ 107 - Process - How Made - Return
  • *§ 108 - Oaths - Perjury
  • *§ 109 - Same - Verification - False - Punishment
  • *§ 110 - Evidence - Proceedings and Hearings
  • *§ 111 - Collateral Attack - Appeals - Supreme Court
  • *§ 112 - Application to Amend or Modify Orders - Appeal
  • *§ 113 - Appeals - Power of Supreme Court - Supersedeas - Bond
  • *§ 114 - Obstructing or Delaying Performance of Duties
  • *§ 115 - Conspiracy - Punishment
  • *§ 116 - Violations of Orders, Rules and Regulations - Injunction
  • *§ 117 - Bribery - Punishment
  • *§ 118 - Same - Accepting Bribe - Punishment
  • *§ 119 - Same- State's Evidence - Immunity
  • *§ 132 - State Board of Public Affairs - Rooms and Supplies
  • § 134 - Effect of Unconstitutionality of Any Section
  • *§ 135 - Act - Not to Terminate Any Proceedings Now Pending
  • *§ 136 - Procedural Requirements - Appeals
  • § 137 - Municipal Corporations - Rights Not Limited
  • § 138 - Construction of Act
  • *§ 139 - Exclusive Jurisdiction, Power and Authority Vested in Corporation Commission and the Department of Environmental Quality
  • *§ 140 - Earthen Ponds - Prohibition of - Emergency Remedial Action
  • *§ 141 - Powers and Authority of Commission - Applications for Rules, Regulations and Orders, Who May File - Duties of Conservation Officers - Appeals from Rules
  • *§ 142 - Environmental Agency's Duty to Assist and Cooperate with Commission
  • *§ 143 - Violation - Penalties
  • § 144 - Provisions Supplemental - Exceptions
  • *§ 146 - Corporation Commission - Eminent Domain for Enforcement of Orders - Restrictions
  • *§ 147 - Oil Lease Operators - Eminent Domain - Right of Way for Disposition of Deleterious Substances
  • § 148 - Eminent Domain Same as Railroads
  • *§ 149 - Conservation Division - Creation - Personnel - Duties - Qualifications
  • *§ 149.1 - Oil and Gas Referees
  • *§ 149.2 - Authority to Employ Oil and Gas Appellate Referees
  • *§ 149.3 - Corporation Commission to Establish and Maintain System Providing Telephonic Capability for Hearing of Matters
  • *§ 152 - Salaries, Costs and Expenses - Payment
  • *§ 153 - Authority to Designated Employees who Investigate, Serve Orders, Issue Field Citations, Subpoenas or Notices

INTERSTATE COMPACTS

  • § 201 - Interstate Oil Compact - Fact Finding Agency - Regulation of Production - Uniform Laws
  • § 202 - Binding Effect of Compact - Interstate Control
  • § 203 - Oil and Gas - Interstate Compact to Conserve Oil and Gas - Ratification
  • § 204 - Interstate Compact to Conserve Oil and Gas - Contents
  • § 208 - Provisions of Act Remain in Force until Withdrawal

GAS

  • § 231 - Ownership Defined
  • § 232 - Right to Drill for Natural Gas - Right to Sink Well
  • *§ 233 - Purchasers of Output - Prices and Amounts of Gas to Be Taken
  • § 234 - Taking More than Share of Gas - Damages and Penalties
  • § 235 - Violations of Act - Punishment
  • § 236 - Waste Prohibited
  • § 237 - Waste Defined
  • *§ 238 - Conservation of Gas
  • *§ 239 - Proportion Allowed from Common Source of Supply - Excess - Prevention of Waste
  • *§ 240 - Common Purchaser - Fair Treatment
  • *§ 241 - Hearings before Corporation Commission - How Conducted
  • *§ 242 - Appeals to Supreme Court
  • *§ 243 - Power of Corporation Commission - Rules and Regulations
  • *§ 244 - Acceptance by Pipe Lines
  • § 245 - Duties of Mine Inspector Unchanged
  • § 246 - Validity of Several Sections of Act Independent
  • *§ 247 - Penalties for Violation

PUMPING WATER FOR IRRIGATION

  • § 248 - Natural Gas - Preferred Use - To Pump Water for Irrigation on Premises
  • § 249 - Definition of "Premises"
  • § 250 - Duties of Well Owner or Operator - Right of Person Engaged in Agricultural Activities - Reasonable Price
  • *§ 251 - Prices to Be Determined by Negotiation - Failure by Negotiation, Corporation Commission to Fix Price
  • *§ 252 - Corporation Commission Procedure Applicable - Appeals
  • *§ 253 - Proceedings Brought Individually or Jointly
  • § 254 - Limitation of Obligation of Well Owner or Operator
  • *§ 255 - Gas to Be Furnished on Temporary Terms during Pendency of Corporation Commission Proceedings
  • § 256 - Liability for Failure to Comply
  • *§ 257 - Issuance of Order Determining Merits of Application for Emergency Relief Relating to Conservation Docket Proceedings

OIL

  • § 271 - Waste Prohibited
  • *§ 272 - Production and Sale Regulated - Corporation Commission
  • *§ 273 - Waste Defined - Protection
  • *§ 274 - Production Regulated - Discriminating of Purchaser Prohibited
  • *§ 275 - Wells Gauged - Governor to Consent
  • *§ 276 - Enforcement of Act - Hearings before Corporation Commission
  • *§ 277 - Appeals to Supreme Court - Effect on Orders
  • *§ 278 - Penalty for Violation
  • § 279 - Validity of Relative Sections of Act

UNITIZED MANAGEMENT OF COMMON SOURCES OF SUPPLY

  • § 287.1 - Unitized Management and Operation of Oil and Gas Properties
  • *§ 287.2 - Corporation Commission - Jurisdiction
  • *§ 287.3 - Procedural Requirements
  • *§ 287.4 - Order - Area Included - Plan of Unitization
  • *§ 287.5 - Order - Per Cent of Signers to Make Effective - Additional Hearings
  • *§ 287.6 - Proceedings in Accordance with Section 84 to 135, Title 52 - Appeals
  • *§ 287.7 - Operation of Well after Effective Date of Act by Person Other Than Unit Unlawful
  • § 287.8 - Unit - Body Politic and Corporate - Power and Rights of Unit
  • *§ 287.9 - Property Rights - Modified to Conform to Requirements of Act
  • § 287.10 - Enlargement of Unit Area
  • § 287.11 - Commissioners of Land Office - Consent to Program of Unitization
  • § 287.15 - Monopolies - Agreements Hereunder Not Violative of Antitrust Laws

REGULATION OF WELLS

GENERAL PROVISIONS

  • § 291 - Gas to Be Confined Until Used
  • § 292 - Unnecessary Waste from Gas Pipe Line Unlawful
  • § 293 - Flambeau Lights Unlawful
  • § 294 - Hours Lights May be Used at Derricks
  • § 295 - Burning Gas during Day
  • § 296 - Disposition of Waste from Wells
  • § 296.1 - Owner or Operator Controlling Production of Crude Oil Storage Tank - Requirements
  • § 302 - Firing Oil or Gas, or Interfering With Appliances Unlawful
  • § 303 - Penalty for Violations
  • § 305 - Prohibiting Drilling for Oil and Gas near Coal Mine
  • § 306 - Workable Mine Defined
  • *§ 307 - Protection of Coal Seam
  • § 308 - Unused Wells to Be Plugged - How
  • *§ 309 - Findings and Declarations
  • *§ 310 - Abandoned and Unplugged or Improperly Plugged Wells - Emergency Situations - Cost of Remedial Action
  • *§ 311 - Liability for Damages
  • *§ 312 - Responsibility for Future Remedial Work
  • *§ 313 - No Admission of Liability or Discharge of Action
  • § 314 - Right of Action for Costs Involved - Lien
  • *§ 315 - Supplemental Remedy
  • *§ 316 - Proceedings
  • § 317 - Definition of "Person"
  • *§ 317.1 - Rules - Emergency Response Teams - Corporation Commission Gas Seep Fund - Hazard Abatement - Immunities
  • *§ 318 - Remedial Work - Contracts Upon Competitive Bids
  • *§ 318.1 - Agreement to Drill, Operate, and Plug Wells
  • *§ 318.1a - Confidential Nature of Financial Statement
  • § 318.2 - Definitions
  • § 318.3 - Notice of Intent to Drill - Negotiating Surface Damages
  • § 318.4 - Bond or Letter of Credit
  • § 318.5 - Negotiating Surface Damages - Appraisers - Report and Exceptions Thereto - Jury Trial
  • § 318.7 - Effect of Act on Existing Contractual Rights and Contracts to Establish Correlative Rights - Indian Lands
  • *§ 318.8 - Effect of Act on Jurisdiction, Authority and Power of Corporation Commission
  • § 318.9 - Violation of Act - Damages

SEISMIC EXPLORATION REGULATION ACT

  • § 318.21 - Short Title - Seismic Exploration Defined
  • *§ 318.22 - Operations of Seismographic Exploration - Rules
  • § 318.23 - Illegal Seismic Test Hold Blasting

GENERAL PROVISIONS (CONTINUED)

  • § 320 - Growing Crops Defined
  • § 320.1 - Unlawful to Locate Habitable Structure within Certain Radius
  • § 320.2 - Unlawful to Tamper with Well Safety Equipment of Others

 

TRADEMARKS, BRANDS, AND NAMES

  • § 391 - Petroleum Products - Sale of Under Deception
  • § 392 - Sale - Containers - Other Than Manufacturer or Distributor
  • § 393 - Trademark - Limitation
  • § 394 - Same - Selling Under False
  • § 395 - Mixing or Blending
  • § 396 - Aiding or Assisting
  • § 397 - Violation of Provisions - Misdemeanor
  • § 398 - Person - Definition
  • § 399 - Effect of Unconstitutionality of Any Section

STANDARD GAS MEASUREMENT LAW

  • § 471 - Standard Gas Measurement Law
  • § 472 - Cubic Foot of Gas - Standard Foot of Gas - Meaning
  • *§ 473 - Corporation Commission - Determine Temperature of Gas in Oil Fields - Reports
  • § 474 - Sale and Purchase of Gas - Basis of Measurement - Adjustments on Contracts
  • *§ 475 - Violation of Act - Penalty
  • § 476 - Invalidity Clause
  • § 477 - Act Not to Affect Fixing of Price of Natural Gas

LEASING

  • § 521 - Leasing of Mineral Interests of Owners Who Cannot Be Located
  • § 522 - Procedure
  • § 523 - Negotiations by receiver - Deposit of funds - Discharge - Costs
  • § 524 - Natural Gas - Preferred Use
  • § 525 - Agricultural Use of Natural Gas - Price - Installation of Lines - Cessation of Delivery
  • § 526 - Irrigation Pumps - Providing Natural Gas - Price - Installation of Lines - Cessation of Delivery
  • § 527 - Method of Measuring Amount of Gas
  • *§ 528 - State Corporation Commission - Powers and Duties - Duty of Operators
  • § 529 - Liability of Operators - Jurisdiction - Venue

OIL AND GAS OWNERS' LIEN ACT OF 2010

  • § 529.1 - Short Title
  • § 529.2 - Definitions
  • § 529.3 - Nature, Extent and Duration of Oil and Gas Lien
  • § 529.4 - Perfection of Oil and Gas Security Interest
  • § 529.5 - Commingling
  • § 529.6 - Rights of Purchasers
  • § 529.7 - Priority Relative to Other Liens or Security Interests
  • § 529.8 - Title
  • § 529.9 - Waiver
  • § 529.10 - Expiration of Lien - Enforcement - Joinder and Consolidation - Costs - Personal Actions - Other Rights and Remedies
  • § 529.11 - Rights of Operator Not Impaired
  • § 529.12 - Rights Cumulative

ESCROW

  • § 551 - Definitions
  • *§ 552 - Required Escrow Account Establishment - Reports of Accounts
  • § 553 - Creation of Mineral Owner's Fund
  • *§ 554 - Transmission of Funds to State Treasurer - Copies of Escrow Reports to Unclaimed Property Division of Oklahoma Tax Commission Required - Claims Against Mineral Owner's Fund Submitted to Unclaimed Property Division of Oklahoma Tax Commission
  • *§ 555 - Investment and Apportionment of Interest Earned
  • § 556 - State Treasurer to Retain Custody of Mineral Owner's Fund - Transfer to Unclaimed Property Fund
  • *§ 557 - Approval of Plugging of Any Well - Conditions
  • *§ 558 - Rules and Procedures for Implementation of Act - Prospective Operations of Act

PRODUCTION REVENUE STANDARDS ACT

  • § 570.1 - Short Title
  • § 570.2 - Definitions
  • § 570.3 - Applicability of Act
  • *§ 570.4 - Proceed Sharing - Operator Duties - Alternative to Royalty Disbursement
  • *§ 570.5 - Designation of Person to Perform Certain Royalty Accounting and Remittance Functions - Person's Rights and Duties
  • § 570.6 - Sale of Royalty Gas in Kind
  • § 570.7 - Wells Out of Balance
  • *§ 570.8 - Working Interest Owners Duties in Furnishing Operator with Statement - Operator Nomination - Reports to Operator
  • *§ 570.9 - Owner's Right to Produce - Proceeds - Effect of Act
  • § 570.10 - Proceeds from Sale of Production
  • § 570.11 - Division Order Defined
  • § 570.12 - Information Included with Payment to Interest Owner - Revenue Decimals - Measurement of Gas Volumes
  • *§ 570.13 - Corporation Commission Shall Promulgate Rules
  • *§ 570.14 - Sole and Exclusive Jurisdiction of State - Rulemaking Power Granted to Corporation Commission - Owner Injury in Business or Property - Statute of Limitations
  • § 570.15 - Satisfying Duties and Obligations

NATURAL GAS MARKET SHARING ACT

  • § 581.1 - Short Title
  • § 581.2 - Purpose and Intent
  • § 581.3 - Definitions
  • § 581.4 - Sales Exemptions from Act
  • *§ 581.5 - Election of Market Share
  • § 581.6 - Effect of Election to Market Share - Construction of Act
  • § 581.7 - Production of Gas after Effective Date of Act
  • § 581.8 - Proper Distribution of Revenues from Sale of Production
  • § 581.9 - Construction of Act
  • § 581.10 - Promulgation and Enforcement of Rules - Administration Fees - Jurisdiction of District Courts to Determine Entitlement of Working Interest Owner in Well to Its Share of Proceeds

ENERGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION ACT

  • § 601 - Short Title
  • § 602 - Intent and Findings of Legislature
  • *§ 603 - Definitions
  • § 604 - Effect, Aiding or Assisting Transfer in Violation of Act Prohibited
  • *§ 605 - Transfers Exempted from Act
  • *§ 606 - Transfers - Validity - Application for Approval - Hearings
  • § 607 - Nonrefundable Fee and Costs
  • *§ 608 - Application for Hearing before Commission - Jurisdiction - Setting of Time and Place
  • *§ 609 - Additional Powers and Authority
  • *§ 610 - Fines and Penalties for Violations
  • *§ 611 - Injunction
  • *§ 612 - Nonresident Transferee
  • § 613 - Statute of Limitations - Three Years
  • § 614 - Applicability of Act

MARGINALLY PRODUCING OIL AND GAS WELLS

  • *§ 700 - Creation of Commission on Marginally Producing Oil and Gas Wells - Membership of Commission
  • § 701 - Powers and Duties of Commission on Marginally Producing Oil and Gas Wells
  • § 702 - Powers and Duties of Commission on Marginally Producing Oil and Gas Wells
  • § 703 - Levying of Fee
  • § 704 - Fee Refunds

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COORDINATION OF SERVICES FOR OLDER OKLAHOMANS ACT

  • § 3001 - Short Title
  • § 3002 - Agencies to Design
  • § 3002.1 - Aging Services
  • § 3003 - Design of System
  • *§ 3021-211 Coordinating Council

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OKLAHOMA ACCOUNTANCY ACT

  • § 15.1 - Short Title - Declaration of Policy
  • § 15.1A - Definitions
  • § 15.8 - Qualifications of Applicants for Certificates
  • § 15.12 - Employees
  • § 15.12A - CPA and PA - Out - of - State License - Reciprocity
  • § 15.13 - Issuance of Certificate or License to Applicant Authorized to Practice in Other Jurisdiction - Reciprocity
  • § 15.13A - Issuance of Certificate to Holder of Substantially Equivalent Designation Issued by Foreign Country - Reciprocity
  • § 15.14A - Permits
  • § 15.14B - Acts Subject to Penalty
  • § 15.26 - False Reports or Statements - Penalty
  • § 15.30 - Quality Reviews - Rules
  • § 15.35 - Continuing Professional Education
  • § 15.36 - Persons Entitled to Perform Required Audits
  • § 15.37 - Legal Instruments Not to Provide for Audits Services by Others Than Registrants

ENGINEERING AND LAND SURVEYING

  • § 475.1 - Registration as Engineer or Land Surveyor - Privilege
  • § 475.2 - Definitions
  • § 475.12 - Qualifications for Eligibility for Licensure as Engineer or Land Surveyor
  • § 475.20 - Criminal Penalties - Administrative Penalties - Legal Counsel

ELECTRICAL LICENSE ACT

  • § 1682 - Definitions
  • § 1690 - License Required - Violation - Penalty
  • *§ 1692 - Construction and Applications - Exemptions

MECHANICAL LICENSING ACT

  • § 1850.2 - Definitions - Ownership Defined
  • § 1850.10 -Requirement of Licensure - Applicability of Act and Licensing Requirements

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UNIFORM ENVIRONMENTAL COVENANTS ACT

  • § 49.11 - Short Title
  • § 49.12 - Definitions
  • § 49.14 - Contents of Environmental Covenants
  • § 49.15 - Validity - Effect on Other Instruments
  • § 49.16 - Relationship to Other Land-Use Law
  • § 49.17 - Notice
  • § 49.18 - Recording
  • § 49.19 - Duration - Amendment by Court Action
  • § 49.20 - Amendment or Termination By Consent
  • § 49.21 - Enforcement of Environmental Covenant
  • § 49.22 - Uniformity of Application and Construction
  • § 49.23 - Relation to Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act
  • § 50 - Easements Not Attached to Land
  • § 51 - Dominant and Servient Tenements
  • § 52 - Who May Create a Servitude
  • § 53 - Who Cannot Hold
  • § 54 - Extent of Servitude
  • § 57 - Right of Action to Enforce Easement
  • § 59 - Servitude Extinguished, How
  • § 60 - Water Ownership - Rights to Use Water
  • § 72 - Lease For Oil and Gas
  • § 74.1 - Provisions of Act Severable

USES AND TRUST

  • *§ 180.4 - Regulation of Certain Public Trusts Operating a Water Supply System

GIFTS TO THE STATE AND SUBDIVISIONS OF THE STATE

  • § 381 - Legal Capacity of State and Each Subdivision to Take Title to Property, Real or Personal by Gift or Purchase
  • § 382 - Gifts Not Subject to Tax
  • § 383 - Governor Authorized to Accept on Behalf of State Gifts
  • § 384 - Allotment of Gifts
  • § 385 - Allotment of Gift Property for Particular Purpose
  • § 386 - Allotment of Gift Property with not Particular Purpose
  • § 387 - Property not Especially Suited to Special Needs of Particular State Institution - Sale
  • § 388 - Gifts to State for Public Purposes - Conversion into Cash
  • § 389 - Deposit of Gifts to State Treasury to Credit of General Revenue Fund
  • § 391 - State, City, and County Tenants in Common
  • § 392 - Use of Unconditional Gifts to State, City, and County to be Coordinate and Joint
  • § 393 - Title to Unconditional Gifts Delivered Directly to Trustees
  • § 394 - Attorney General and County Treasurer Co-Trustees - Bond - Designated Name of Trust Estate - Deposit of Funds - Investment - Approval of District Judge - Annual Reports to be Filed - No Fees
  • § 395 - Powers and Duties of Co-trustees - Liability for Damages
  • § 396 - Compensation of Trustees

UNIFORM UNCLAIMED PROPERTY ACT

  • § 651 - Definitions
  • § 658.1 - Mineral Interest in Land in Oklahoma
  • § 658.1A - Mineral Interest in Generating Intangible Personal Property Presumed Abandoned
  • § 661 - Report of Abandoned Property
  • § 381 - Legal Capacity of State and Each Subdivision to Take Title to Property, Real or Personal by Gift or Purchase

OKLAHOMA AIRSPACE ACT

  • § 801 - Short Title
  • § 802 - Airspace Defined - Provisions Pertaining to Aviation Not Affected
  • § 803 - Airspace as Real Property
  • § 804 - Airspace Subject to Same Statutes, Rules of Law and Common Law as Other Real Property
  • § 805 - Titles, Estates, Rights and Interests as Pertaining to Airspace
  • § 806 - State, Governmental Units, Individuals, Corporations, etc. as Possessing Same Powers and Duties With Respect to Airspace as to Other Property
  • § 807 - Division of Airspace
  • § 814 - Right of Eminent Domain
  • § 815 - Laws Pertaining to Powers, Privileges, Immunities, Duties and Liabilities of Agencies Not Affected
  • § 820.1 - Wind or Solar Energy Agreements

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Since the following state statutes were enacted, the courts have limited the states' powers in various fields addressed in this title.  Consideration of state and federal case law may be important to issues dealt with in this title.

  • § 3 - Working Day for Public Employees
  • § 4 - Public Contracts Made on Basis of Eight-Hour Day
  • § 5 - Penalty for Violating Two Preceding Sections
  • § 13 - Definitions

BUY AMERICAN

  • § 51 - State Agencies, Boards, etc. - Purchase of American Made Products - Exceptions

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Since the following state statutes were enacted, the courts have limited the states' powers in various fields addressed in this title. Consideration of state and federal case law may be important to issues dealt with in this title.

OKLAHOMA STATE FINANCE ACT

  • § 34 - Short Title
  • § 34.2 - Itemized Estimate of Funds Expected - Comprehensive Economic Report
  • § 34.3 - Office of State Finance - Divisions - Administrative Control
  • § 34.6 - General Powers and Duties of Director

INFORMATION SERVICES AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

  • § 34.11.2 - Oklahoma State Government 2.0 Pilot Program
  • § 34.12 - Duties of Information Services Division
  • § 34.13 - Monthly Statement of Charges to State Agencies - Unobligated B
  • § 34.15 - Authority of the Information Services Division of the Office of State Finance
  • § 34.16 - State Agency Annual One-Year Operations Plan - Review by Information Services Division - Findings and Recommendations to Governor
  • § 34.17 - Duties of Office of State Finance - Application Software - Integrated Central Systems
  • § 34.18 - Notification of Availability of Applications of Integrated Central Systems - Submittal of Transactions
  • § 34.19 - Installation, Maintenance, and Administration of Central Communication or Intercommunication System for State
  • § 34.20 - Additional Powers and Duties of Information Services Division of Office of State Finance
  • § 34.21 - Authorization for Use of State Funds - Statewide Communications Plan - Agency and Interagency Agreements
  • § 34.23 - Oklahoma Government Telecommunications Network - Development and Maintenance
  • § 34.24 - State Portal System Connecting State Agency Websites
  • § 34.25 - Convenience Fee for Electronic or Online Transactions
  • § 34.26 - Electronic Portal System - Open-System Concept
  • § 34.27 - State Government Technology Applications Review Board
  • § 34.28 - Accessibility of Information Technology for Individuals With Disabilities
  • § 34.29 - Definitions
  • § 34.30 - Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Advisory Council
  • § 34.31 - State Agency Acquisition of Customized Computer Software
  • § 34.32 - Security Risk Assessment - Reports

STATE BUDGET

  • § 34.34 - Duty to Prepare Budget
  • § 34.35 - State Agencies to Furnish Requested Information
  • § 34.36 - Estimate of Funds Needed

APPROPRIATIONS

  • § 34.39 - Amount of Appropriations to State Agency Contained in Bill
  • § 34.40 - Segregation of Lump Sum Appropriations - Schedule of Positions and Salaries
  • § 34.41 - Appropriations - When Available - Purposes of Section

AGENCY BUDGETS

  • § 34.42 - Annual Agency Budgets
  • § 34.43 - Information to be Reported in State Agency Budgets Submitted to Director of the Office of State Finance - Required Information

REVENUE, ALLOTMENTS AND ACCOUNTS

  • § 34.46 - Allocation of Revenues - Accounts with Agencies - Nonfiscal Year Appropriations - Supplemental Appropriations
  • § 34.47 - Allocation of Revenues
  • § 34.48 - Federal Funds - Deposit and Disbursement
  • § 34.49 - Allotment of Appropriations and Federal Funds - Exemption for Legislature
  • § 34.50 - Requests for Allotments
  • § 34.51 - Approval of Allotments - Copy to Request Officer
  • § 34.52 - Transfers - Limitations
  • § 34.56 - Special Agency Account Board
  • *§ 34.57 - Agency Clearing Accounts - Deposits - Transfers - Exemptions
  • § 34.58 - Reports of Income and Disbursements

PAYMENTS

  • § 34.59 - Withdrawals From Agency Clearing Accounts and Special Accounts
  • § 34.60 - Form and Manner of Issuing Vouchers
  • § 34.62 - Encumbrance Requirements for Payments from Funds of State
  • § 34.63 - Disbursements
  • § 34.64 - Claims and Payrolls - Audit and Approval - Checks or Warrants in Payment
  • § 34.65 - Payment of Vendor Invoices
  • § 34.67 - Forms and Electronic Systems to Process Claims and Payroll
  • § 34.68 - Agency Approving Officers

PAYROLL

  • § 34.69 - Creation of Payroll Fund
  • § 34.70 - Payroll Deductions

PAYMENT (CONTINUED)

  • § 34.71 - Expediting Payment for Goods and Services
  • § 34.72 - Interest
  • § 34.73 - Proper Invoice - Definition
  • § 34.74 - Grievances

LEGISLATIVE REVIEW

  • § 34.95 - Annual Evaluation Reports of State Agencies
  • § 34.96 - Establishment of Joint Legislative Committee on Budget and Program Oversight - Duties - Members

BUDGET LAW OF 1947

  • § 41.5a-4 - State Policy and Procedures for Destruction or Disposal of Electronic Storage Media
  • § 41.5p-1 - Portal System for License Application - Reports - Exemptions
  • § 41.5t - Accessibility of Information Technology for Individuals With Disabilities

OKLAHOMA PROGRAM PERFORMANCE BUDGETING AND ACCOUNTABILITY ACT

  • § 45.1 - Short Title - Implementation
  • § 45.2 - Definitions
  • § 45.3 - Agency Strategic Plan for Operations
  • § 45.4 - Forms
  • § 45.5 - Acceptable Measures and Training Provided
  • § 45.6 - Hearings for Matters Required by this Act
  • § 45.7 - Long-Range Strategic Plan
  • § 45.8 - Performance Audit - Performance Investigation
  • § 45.9 - Program Evaluation and Performance Review

CLAIMS

  • *§ 305.1 - Municipal or Public Utility Billing - Payment Without Verification - Late Charges - Discounts

MISAPPROPRIATIONS OF PUBLIC FUNDS

  • *§ 371 - Contract with Members - Making of Contract

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Since the following state statutes were enacted, the courts have limited the states' powers in various fields addressed in this title. Consideration of state and federal case law may be important to issues dealt with in this title.

SMOKING IN PUBLIC PLACES AND INDOOR WORKPLACES ACT

  • § 1-1521 - Short Title
  • § 1-1522 - Definitions
  • § 1-1523 - Prohibition Against Smoking - Exemptions

UNDERGROUND FACILITIES DAMAGE PREVENTION ACT

  • § 142.1 - Short Title
  • *§ 142.2 - Definitions
  • § 142.3 - Filing of Notice
  • § 142.4 - Filing Fees
  • § 142.5 - Certain Excavations, Demolitions and Explosions Requirements Near Certain Facilities
  • § 142.6 - Notice of Proposed Demolition, Explosion or Excavation - Marking or Providing Location of Facilities - Emergencies
  • § 142.7 - Use of Powered or Mechanized Equipment - Exemptions
  • § 142.8 - Additional Notice Required
  • § 142.9 - Damage to Underground Facilities; Notice; Repairs
  • § 142.9a - Damage to Underground Facilities - Liability
  • § 142.10 - Notification Centers
  • § 142.11 - Exemptions
  • § 142.12 - Non-Participation in Notification Center - Duties

OKLAHOMA EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ACT OF 2003

  • § 683.6 - Emergency Management Advisory Council - Membership
  • § 683.8 - Powers and Duties of Governor
  • § 683.9 - Emergency Powers and Duties of Governor

EMERGENCY INTERIM EXECUTIVE AND JUDICIAL SUCESSION ACT

  • § 685.1 - Short Title
  • § 685.2 - Findings and Declarations
  • § 685.3 - Definitions
  • *§ 685.4 - Emergency Interim Succession to Office of Governor
  • § 685.5 - Emergency Interim Succession to State Offices Other Than Governor
  • § 685.8 - Oaths
  • § 685.9 - Successors to Act Only After Emergency or Disaster - Termination of Authority
  • § 685.10 - Removal of Successors
  • § 685.11 - Disputes

EMERGENCY INTERIM RELOCATION ACT

  • § 687.1 - Short Title
  • § 687.2 - Definitions
  • § 687.3 - Temporary Disaster Locations for Seat of State Government

OKLAHOMA FLOOD HAZARD MITIGATION PROGRAMS

  • § 690.1 - Short Title - Purpose
  • § 690.2 - Definitions
  • § 690.3 - Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management - Additional Duties and Authority

ELECTRICITY

  • § 981 - Activity Within Six (6) Feet of High Voltage Overhead Line or Conductor - Prohibited
  • § 982 - Storing, Moving, etc. of Equipment, Materials, or Buildings Within Six Feet of Lines Prohibited
  • § 983 - Posting of Warning Signs in Cranes, Derricks and Similar Apparatus
  • § 984 - Violations and Penalties
  • § 985 - Definitions
  • § 986 - Temporary Clearance of Lines - Costs
  • *§ 987 - Operations and Activities Exempt

TELECOMMUNICATIONS FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED ACT

  • § 2416 - Short Title
  • § 2418 - Surcharge - Hearing Impaired Revolving Fund
  • § 2418.1 - Compliance with Act
  • § 2419 - Ceasing of Collections - Conditions

OKLAHOMA EMERGENCY TELEPHONE ACT

  • § 2801 - Short Title
  • § 2802 - Definitions
  • § 2803 - Establishment of Basic or Sophisticated System
  • § 2804 - Services Included in System
  • § 2805 - Preparation and Implementation of System
  • *§ 2806 - Technical and Operational Standards for Basic or Sophisticated System
  • § 2807 - Submission of Final Plan to Public Telephone Utilities - Alternative Reports
  • § 2808 - Joint Power or Written Cooperative Agreements for Implementation of Plan - Powers of Public Safety Agency Employees - Immunity
  • *§ 2810 - Duties or Liabilities of Public Telephone Utility Not Affected

NINE-ONE-ONE EMERGENCY NUMBER ACT

  • § 2811 - Short Title
  • § 2812 - Purpose of Act - Legislative Findings and Declarations
  • *§ 2813 - Definitions
  • § 2814 - Additional Powers - Authority - Operation of Emergency Telephone Service
  • § 2815 - Fee Collection - Filing of Return - Audit of Accounts - Meetings - Board
  • § 2815.1 - Outgoing Emergency Calls - Confidentiality of Information
  • § 2817 - Liability of Public Agency or Employees of Public Agency
  • § 2818 - Contracts with Emergency Telephone Service Providers
  • § 2818.4 - Presumption of Providers' Obligation to Participate in 911 Service

NINE-ONE-ONE WIRELESS EMERGENCY NUMBER ACT

  • § 2841 - Short Title
  • § 2842 - Purpose
  • § 2843 - Definitions
  • § 2843.1 - Provision for Processing Nine-One-One Emergency Wireless Calls
  • § 2843.2 - Prepaid Wireless Nine-One-One Fee
  • § 2844 - Audits - Meetings
  • § 2846 - Mandatory Provision of Emergency Telephone Service

REGIONAL EMERGENCY NINE-ONE-ONE SERVICES ACT

  • § 2849 - Short Title - Purpose - Application - Definitions - Regional Emergency Communication Districts - Control - Contracts - Master Plan - Annual Budget and Report

NINE-ONE-ONE VOICE OVER INTERNET PROTOCOL (VoIP) EMERGENCY SERVICE ACT

  • § 2851 - Short Title
  • § 2852 - Definitions
  • § 2853 - Municipal Authority to Provide for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Emergency Services - Fees

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Since the following statutes were enacted, Congress and the courts have limited the states' powers in various fields addressed in this title. Consideration of other state and federal law may be important to issues dealt with in this title.

INCORPORATION AND POWERS

  • § 1 - Articles and Certificate
  • § 7 - Powers of Railroad Corporations
  • § 8 - Public Service Corporations - Capital Stock - Indebtedness
  • § 12 - To Restore Stream or Highway
  • *§ 22 - Reporting to Corporation Commission

ACQUISITION OF LAND

  • § 51 - Power to Enter Upon Lands
  • § 62 - Changing Line or Grade
  • § 63 - Municipal Authorities May Convey - Improvement Districts - How Highways Occupied
  • *§ 65 - Purchase of Abandoned Real Property or Real Property of Bankrupt Railroad Company - Priority - Price

HIGHWAYS AND OTHER CROSSINGS

  • § 121 - Changing Highway
  • § 122 - Changing Highway - To Provide Temporary Way
  • § 123 - Bridge Repairs
  • § 124 - Signs at Crossings
  • § 125 - Signs at Crossings - Neglect
  • § 125a - Railroads - Highway Crossings - Safety Devices
  • § 125b - Warning Signs
  • § 125c - Expenses of Construction
  • § 125d - Cooperation with Federal Government
  • § 126 - Bells and Whistles
  • § 127 - Causeway
  • § 128 - Railroads to Construct Crossings
  • *§ 129 - Rules and Regulations Governing Crossing Sign Specifications
  • *§ 130 - Warning Signal Devices - Rules and Regulations

FENCES

  • § 141- Railroads to Fence Their Roads

FOREIGN AND TERRITORIAL CORPORATIONS

  • *§ 161 - Extension of Road into State

STREET RAILWAYS

  • § 204 - Operation of Buses

CABOOSES

  • *§ 251 - Applicability of Act
  • § 252 - Types - Floors
  • § 253 - Riding Qualities
  • § 254 - Draft Gears
  • § 255 - Lights
  • § 256 - Heat
  • § 257 - Seats and Cushions
  • § 258 - Safety Glass - Wind Deflectors
  • § 259 - Weather stripping
  • § 260 - Grab Handles
  • § 261 - Drinking Water
  • § 262 - Washing Facilities
  • § 263 - Fire Extinguishers
  • § 264 - First Aid Kits
  • § 265 - Fresh Water, Towels, Cups, Etc
  • § 266 - Correction of Failures at First Designated Maintenance Point
  • § 267 - Reporting Defects
  • § 268 - Toilet Facilities - Cleaning
  • § 269 - Penalties

RAILROAD REVITALIZATION ACT

  • § 302.1 - Short Title
  • § 303 - Definitions
  • *§ 304 - Powers and Duties
  • § 306 - Essential Governmental Functions

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RESTORATION OF RECORDS

  • § 1 - Lost or Destroyed Records
  • § 2 - Loss or Destruction of Documents - When no Certified Copies Available

RECORDS MANAGEMENT ACT

  • § 201 - Short Title
  • § 202 - Purpose
  • § 203 - Definitions
  • § 204 - State Records Administrator, State Librarian - Program
  • § 205 - Duties of Administrator
  • § 206 - Duties of Heads of Agencies
  • § 207 - Advice and Assistance of State Administrator
  • § 209 - Preservation of Records by Public Officials
  • § 210 - Preservation of State Records - Act Cumulative
  • § 211 - Destruction of Non-record Materials - Procedure
  • § 212 - Rules and Regulations
  • § 214 - Personnel - Expenditure of Funds - Contract for Records Management Bond
  • § 215 - Act Cumulative

REPRODUCTION OF PUBLIC RECORDS

  • § 301 - Photographing, Microphotographing or Filming of Records - Standards - Preservation of Original Negatives
  • § 303 - Court or Judicial Records

ARCHIVES AND RECORD COMMISSION

  • § 306 - Public Records - Deemed Unnecessary - Application to Destroy
  • § 307 - Commission - Power to Require Assistance
  • § 308 - Records - Form - Copies
  • § 309 - Microfilm - Deemed Original Record for all Purposes
  • § 310 - Termination of Office or Department - Records Disposed of
  • § 313 - Secretary of Archives and Records Commission - Duty to Determine Preservation of Disposition of Records - Exception to Rule of Confidential Records
  • § 314 - Listing of Documents to be Retained, Destroyed or Microfilmed, shall be Furnished Heads of Departments
  • § 315 - Delivery of Records for Disposition - Reports for Non-compliance
  • § 317 - Definitions

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MOTOR FUEL TAX CODE

  • § 500.1 - Short Title
  • § 500.2 - Intent
  • § 500.3 - Definitions
  • § 500.4 - Tax Imposed on Use or Consumption of Gasoline and Diesel Fuel in State
  • § 500.4A - Reduction in Federal Excise Tax on Gasoline or Diesel Fuel - Tax Levy Equal to Reduction
  • § 500.5 - Presumption of Consumption - Rebuttable Presumption of Consumption
  • § 500.8 - Measurement of Tax
  • § 500.9 - Applicability of Taxes on Date of Increase in Tax Rate to Previously Taxed Motor Fuel
  • § 500.10 - Tax Exemptions for Motor Fuel
  • § 500.10-1 - Retail Dealer Credit for Ethyl Alcohol Contained in Ethanol Sold
  • § 500.11 - Exemption for Exports - Perfection
  • § 500.12 - Exempt Use of Kerosene - Regulations
  • § 500.13 - Exemption for Sales of Motor Fuel for Use by United States or Governmental Agency
  • § 500.14 - Perfection of Exemption
  • § 500.15 - Perfection of Uncovered Exemptions
  • § 500.33 - Supplier's License and Other Licenses
  • § 500.36 - Licenses
  • § 500.44 - Shipping Documents - Preparation - Exemptions - Notice - Violations
  • § 500.45 - Requirements of Transporters - Penalties for Violations
  • § 500.46 - Relief Rules for Legitimate Diversion from Represented Destination State
  • § 500.47 - Reliance on Representation by Transporter, Shipper or Agent of Shipper
  • § 500.48 - Sale, Delivery, or Storing of Motor Fuel without Tax Payment
  • § 500.49 - Operation of Transport Truck without Terminal-issued Shipping Paper Bearing - Violation - Seizure
  • § 500.50 - Conditions and Requirements of Licensed Importers and Transporters - Violation of Act - Seizure
  • § 500.51 - Requirements of Exporters - Consumer Exporter - Violations
  • § 500.52 - Operation or Maintenance of Motor Vehicle with Dyed Motor Fuel - Violation
  • § 500.53 - Licensure Requirement - Violation
  • § 500.54 - Imprinting Statements on Shipping Paper Relating to Motor Fuel
  • § 500.55 - Notice of Dyed Diesel Fuel
  • § 500.56 - Terminal-issued Shipping Papers Required to Meet Tamper-resistant Standards
  • § 500.57 - Dyed Diesel Fuel - Violations for Certain Uses
  • § 500.58 - Liability for Uncollected Tax Plus Penalties - Embezzlement - Liability for False or Fraudulent Return - Other Violations - Penalties
  • § 500.59 - Penalty for Violation of Shipping Paper Requirements
  • *§ 500.60 - Inspections and Removal of Samples - Limitations on Places to Inspect - Reasonable Detention
  • § 500.61 - Audit and Examination - Refusal to Permit - Violation
  • § 500.62 - Applicability of Tax to Nonexempt Inventory

MOTOR FUEL/DIESEL FUEL IMPORTER FOR USE TAX CODE

  • § 601 - Definitions
  • *§ 602 - Purpose of Article - Apportionment and Use of Revenues
  • *§ 603 - Levy of Tax
  • § 605 - Exemptions
  • § 606 - Accrual of Liability - Persons Liable - Exemption
  • *§ 607 - Licenses and Permits - Compacts or Agreements with Other States
  • *§ 607.1 - Additional Taxes or Fees - Legislative Intent - Penalty for Operating Vehicle without Proper Display of Identification Credentials
  • § 608 - Display of License - Operating Vehicle without License - Penalties - Venue
  • *§ 609 - Reports and Payments to Tax Commission - Delinquent Payments
  • *§ 610 - Records of Importers
  • *§ 611 - Importation of Motor or Diesel Fuel without License - Tax - Credits - Refunds - Second and Subsequent Violations
  • *§ 613 - Discontinuance of Operations
  • § 614 - Interstate Carriers - Partial Invalidity
  • *§ 615 - Tax Credit on Gasoline or Diesel Fuel Consumed Outside State - Application and Procedure
  • § 616 - Short Title

GROSS PRODUCTION TAX CODE

  • *§ 1001 - Gross Production Tax on Certain Interest - Exemptions
  • *§ 1001.2 - Definitions
  • *§ 1010 - Tax Payment - Monthly Statements - Filing of Reports with Tax Commission
  • § 1012 - Lien for Tax - Liability Not Released by Provision for Payment
  • *§ 1013 - Promulgation of Rules and Regulations - Permits - Reports - Stops and Inspections
  • § 1013a - Seller and Purchaser to Secure and Retain Invoice Copies

EXCISE TAX ON PETROLEUM OIL

  • § 1101 - Additional Tax for Oil
  • § 1102 - Additional Tax for Natural Gas and Casinghead Gas
  • *§ 1103 - Deposit, Apportionment, and Use of Proceeds of Tax
  • *§ 1103.1 - Additional Excise Tax Credited and Apportioned to Corporation Commission Plugging Fund
  • § 1104 - Date Taxes Due - Monthly Reports
  • § 1105 - Failure to Make Report

SALES TAX CODE

  • § 1352 - Definitions
  • § 1354 - Tax Levy - Rate - Sales Subject to Tax -
  • *§ 1357 - Exemptions - General

RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE CORPORATIONS

  • § 1801 - Rural Electric Cooperatives - Classification for Taxation
  • § 1802 - Statement - Filed With Oklahoma Tax Commission
  • § 1803 - Levy of Tax - Rate - Payment
  • § 1804 - Property - Definition
  • § 1805 - Statement of Miles of Line Owned
  • § 1807 - Provisions Liberally Construed

EXCISE TAX ON VEHICLES

  • § 2101 - Definitions
  • § 2102 - Purpose of Article - Apportionment of Revenue
  • *§ 2103 - Tax for Transfer of Vehicle Ownership
  • § 2104 - Value of Vehicles
  • § 2105 - Exemptions
  • *§ 2106 - Excise Tax in Lieu of Other Taxes - Exemptions
  • § 2108 - Nonpayment of Tax

OKLAHOMA INCOME TAX ACT

  • § 2355 - Tax Imposed - Classes of Taxpayers
  • *§ 2358 - Taxable Income and Adjusted Gross Income - Adjustments to Arrive at Oklahoma Taxable Income
  • § 2358.1 - Definitions
  • § 2358.2 - Amount to be withheld
  • § 2358.3 - Payment of Taxes to Tax Commission - Statement to Employee - Failure to Withhold or Pay Over
  • § 2358.4 - Overpayments

MUNICIPAL TAXES ON UTILITIES

  • § 2601 - Cities and Towns - Public Utilities - Gross Receipts Tax
  • § 2602 - Operations under Franchise Excepted
  • § 2603 - Payment of Tax
  • § 2604 - Failure to Pay Tax
  • § 2605 - Tax Lien

AD VALOREM TAX CODE

  • § 2847 - Annual Assessments of Railroad, Air Carrier and Public Service Corporation Property
  • § 2850 - Sworn Lists or Schedules from Transmission Companies
  • § 2851 - Sworn Statement of Pipeline Companies
  • § 2852 - Sworn Statements from Gas, Light, Heat and Power Companies
  • § 2853 - Statement from Electric Light and Power Companies
  • § 2854 - Sworn Return from Waterworks and Power Companies

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Since the following statutes were enacted, Congress and the courts have limited the states' powers in various fields addressed in this title. Consideration of other state and federal law may be important to issues dealt with in this title.

COUNTY ROAD SYSTEM

  • *§ 601.4 - Application of Waste Oil to Street or Roads

CONTROL OF ACCESS

  • *§ 1314 - Railroads and Street Railways to Pave - Warning Signals

PUBLIC UTILITIES

  • *§ 1401 - Use of Highways, Rights-of-Way and Easement by Public Utilities and Cable Television System - Consent, Terms and Conditions
  • *§ 1402 - Interference with Public Use by Public Utilities Forbidden
  • § 1403 - Public Utilities on State Highways - Location and Removal

TURNPIKES

  • *§ 1711 - Tolls - Contracts for Use of Portions of Project - Rent and Charges - Use of Revenues - Sinking Funds - Regulation of Motor Carriers
  • *§ 1722 - Property of Facilities of Public Utilities or Common Carriers - Condemnation of Railroad Property or Right-of-Way

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

  • *§ 4002 - Department of Transportation and the Transportation Commission - Creation
  • *§ 4013 - Department - Limitation of Jurisdiction

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SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND BOARDS OF EDUCATION

  • *§ 5-124 - Contract Requirements and Prohibitions

FUNDS AND FISCAL AFFAIRS

  • *§ 635 - Commissioners of Land Office - Funds

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EXEMPTIONS FROM REGISTRATION OF SECURITIES

  • § 201 - Certain Securities Exempt From Sections Ten and Thirty-Two

MULTINATIONAL TAKE-OVER BIDS

  • *§ 418 - Copies of Information to be Filed with Certain Regulatory Bodies

OKLAHOMA TAKE OVER DISCLOSURE ACT OF 1985

  • *§ 452 - Definitions

Link to Title 73

  • § 1 - Seat of Government and Capitol Established

Link to Title 74

THE GOVERNOR

GENERAL PROVISIONS

  • § 2.2 - Vacancies for Positions which Appointment Is Subject to Confirmation
  • *§ 8 - Office of Governor

DIVISION OF PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS

  • § 9.11 - Division of Planning and Management Analysis

OFFICE OF DISABILITY CONCERNS

  • § 9.30 - Purpose of Act - Cooperation with Other Agencies

EXECUTIVE BRANCH REFORM ACT OF 1986

  • *§ 10.4 - Establishment of Executive Environmental Subcommittee

ATTORNEY GENERAL

IN GENERAL

  • *§ 18b - Duties of Attorney General - Counsel of Corporation Commission as Representative on Appeal from Commission
  • *§ 18c - Employment of Attorneys, Authority of Boards or Officials - Defense of Actions by Attorney General
  • § 20 - Opinions of Attorney General - Publication and Distribution - Surplus Publication - Attorney General's Revolving Fund
  • § 20f - State Officer or Employee - Legal Defense Services
  • § 20g - Defense Duties - Evidence
  • § 20h - Cost of Litigation
  • § 20i - Legal Representation of Agency or Official of Executive Branch - Contracts
  • § 29 - Designation as Natural Gas Curtailment and Regulation Hearings Counsel

DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL SERVICES

OKLAHOMA SURPLUS PROPERTY ACT

  • § 62.1 - Short Title
  • § 62.2 - Definitions
  • § 62.3 - Rules for Disposal of Surplus Property - Exemptions
  • § 62.4 - Transfer of Material and Supplies to Other Agencies
  • § 62.5 - Special Cash Fund - Creation
  • § 62.6 - List of Surplus Property

IN GENERAL

  • § 63 - General Powers and Authority of Department of Central Services
  • § 63.3 - Maintenance of Records and Information on Underground Storage Tank Systems - Reports - Priority Lists of Repair and Removal of Tanks - Emergency Situation
  • § 74.1 - Assistance Provided to State Agencies to Establish and Maintain Regional Service Offices
  • § 76 - Mailing Service - Interagency Communications and Deposit of State Mail
  • § 78 - Division of Fleet Management - Purpose - Administration - Duties
  • § 78a - Application of Agencies Intending to Purchase Motor Vehicles
  • § 78b - Notification of Vehicle Disposal by State Board, Commission, Department, or Institution

OKLAHOMA CENTRAL PURCHASING ACT

  • § 85.1 - Short Title
  • § 85.2 - Definitions
  • § 85.3 - Purchasing Division - Director - Employees - Encouragement of Certain Purchases - Conflict of Interest
  • § 85.3A - Exempted Entities
  • § 85.4 - Requisitions - Determination of Quantitative Need by Agencies - Forms - Information Required - Lease-Purchase Agreements - Change Order or Addendum - Lease of Products
  • § 85.5 - Powers and Duties of State Purchasing Director
  • § 85.6 - Grade and Quality of Merchandise Delivered
  • *§ 85.7 - Competitive Bid Procedures
  • § 85.7a - Open Market Contract or Statewide Contract - Bidder Requirements
  • § 85.7c - Contract for Upgrade or Enhancement to High Technology System
  • § 85.7d - Information Technology Contracts - Accessibility Clause Mandatory
  • § 85.9B - Encouragement to Purchase from Surplus Property Program
  • § 85.9D - Terms Defined - Coordination of Computer Contract Purchases - OneNet
  • § 85.9E - Statewide Contract - OneNet - Review - Negotiations
  • § 85.10 - Records Open for Public Inspection
  • § 85.11 - Publication of Rules, Regulations, and Specifications
  • § 85.12 - Act Not to Affect Nonconflicting Procedures - Acquisitions Excluded
  • § 85.12a - Insurance Purchaser - Requirements
  • § 85.12b - Lease, Charter, or Contract for Use of Aircraft - Guidelines
  • § 85.14 - Federal Laws to Govern
  • § 85.15 - Strict Conformity - Penalties
  • § 85.17A - State Agencies Shall Reciprocate Bidding Preference - Awarding Contracts
  • § 85.22 - Notarized Sworn Statement Attached to Competitive Bid
  • § 85.26 - Purchase of Blanket Bond for State Officers and Employees - Definition - Bond Exclusive
  • § 85.27 - Elective State Officers - Blanket Bond
  • § 85.28 - Classification of Officers and Employees for Coverage under Bond
  • *§ 85.29 - Schedule of Amounts of Surety Required
  • § 85.30 - Statutorily Required Bonds
  • § 85.31 - Purchasing Division to Purchase All Bonds - Payment of Premiums - Approval
  • § 85.39 - Development and Promulgation of Internal Purchasing Procedures
  • § 85.40 - Travel Expenses Incurred by Vendor Included in Contract Award
  • § 85.41 - Contracts for Professional Services - Compliance with Act
  • § 85.42 - Certain Contracts Prohibited - Contract Limitations
  • § 85.43 - Annual Report of Acquisitions Exceeding Fifty Thousand Dollars - Contents
  • § 85.44 - Contracts Resulting in Circumvention of Full-Time-Equivalent Employee Limitation
  • § 85.44A - Court Order Requiring Purchases Not to Invalidate Competitive Bidding Procedures
  • § 85.44B - Payment for Contracted Products or Services -
  • § 85.44C - Unlawful Contract
  • § 85.44D - Preference for Oklahoma Tree Products

OKLAHOMA MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE ASSISTANCE ACT

  • § 85.45 - Short Title
  • § 85.45a - Intent of Legislature
  • § 85.45b - Definitions
  • § 85.45c - Competitive Bids - Minority Business Enterprise Preference Program - Department of Transportation Exemption
  • § 85.45d - Placement of Award in Event of Inability to Award Contract
  • § 85.45e - Minority Business Enterprise - Application for Certification to Participate in Minority Bid Preference Program
  • § 85.45g - Award of Contract to Minority Business Enterprise
  • § 85.45h - Unlawful Acts

IN GENERAL (CONTINUED)

  • § 85.45j - Requisition for Product or Service by Sole Source Contract
  • § 85.45k - Creation of State Travel Office

OKLAHOMA ONLINE BIDDING ACT

  • § 85.45o - Short Title
  • § 85.45p - Intent
  • § 85.45q - Definitions
  • § 85.45r - Online Bidding Process Provisions
  • § 85.45s - Rules of Implementation

OKLAHOMA STATE RECYCLING

AND RECYCLED MATERIALS PROCUREMENT ACT

  • § 85.50 - Short Title
  • § 85.51 - Definitions
  • § 85.52 - Intent of Legislature - Implementation of Act - Exemptions
  • § 85.53 - Legislative Intent - Preferences - Specifications
  • § 85.54 - Review of Procurement Specifications - Duties of Director
  • § 85.55 - Duties of Public Entities - Intent of Legislature
  • § 85.55a - Maintenance of Clearinghouse of Information - Agreements with Purchasing Agents

RISK MANAGEMENT

  • § 85.58A - Establishment of Comprehensive Professional Risk Management Program - Employment of Administrator
  • § 85.58B - Risk Management Administrator - Duties - Insurance Coverage
  • § 85.58M - Levy and Collection of Fee for Insurance Coverage - Failure to Pay Fees

IN GENERAL (CONTINUED)

  • § 85.451 - Trip Optimizer System Use Requirements
  • § 87.1 - Persons with Authority to Make State Purchases - Prohibition on Furnishing Supplies and Equipment
  • § 87.2 - Penalties
  • § 88.1 - Inventory of State Institution Purchases to Determine Conformity with Specifications - Dismissal for Failure to Comply
  • § 88.2 - Report of Deviation
  • § 90.1 - Postal Services
  • § 90.2 - Payment of Postal Expense
  • § 90.3 - Exemptions
  • § 90.4 - Installation Cost and Rental Fees - Payment
  • § 94 - Authority to Designate Quarters and Allot Space for State Departments - Authority to Lease Space
  • § 96 - Property Purchased From Specific Appropriations - Transfer to Another Department or Institution
  • § 110.2 - Inventory Records of Departments, Boards, etc
  • § 110.3 - Inventory Records of State Agency Motor Vehicles
  • § 121 - Contract for Auditing of Books of State Commissions or Departments
  • § 122 - Duty of Auditor or Auditing Company - Examination of Books, Records and Files - Scope of Audit
  • § 129.4 - Procedures for State Agency Transactions to Lease, Acquire, Dispose of, or Transfer Real Property
  • *§ 130 - Transference of Powers, Duties, and Responsibilities of Oklahoma Corporation Commission

OKLAHOMA STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

  • § 150.2 - Powers and Duties of the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
  • § 150.5 - Investigations - Who May Initiate Investigation by Request - Confidentiality of Records
  • *§ 150.22 - Special Motor Carrier Enforcement Officers Transferred to Investigate Oil and Gas Theft - Salary, Leave and Benefits

STATE AUDITOR AND INSPECTOR

  • § 212 - Duties and Powers - Deputies - Audit of Books of Subdivisions of State - Cost of Examination
  • § 2.2 - 212A - Required Audits of Government Entities - Filing Fee - Standards - Reports - Schedules of Federal Financial Assistance
  • § 213 - Examination of Public Institutions - Quality Control Reviews - Special Audits
  • § 213.2 - Performance Audit Division - Duties, Salaries, Expenses, Reports
  • § 215 - Facilities for Investigations - Exhibits and Information - Powers and Authority of Examiner and Inspector
  • § 223 - Report of Irregularities and Derelictions - Prosecution by Attorney General
  • § 225 - Reports as Additional - Public Records
  • § 227.8 - Payment for Services by State Agencies - Agreements - Deposits

INTERNAL AUDITS

  • § 228 - Direct Supervisory Responsibility over Internal Audits
  • § 229 - Internal Audit Reports Submitted to State Auditor and Inspector

OKLAHOMA CLIMATOLOGICAL SURVEY

  • § 245 - Survey Created - Director - Object and Duties - Copies - Report

SALARIES AND EMPLOYEES

  • *§ 250.4 - State Officers - Salaries
  • *§ 250.7 - Corporation Commission Members - Chairman
  • § 255 - Appointments and Tenure - Citizenship - Exceptions
  • § 283 - Salaries Fixed By Statute are Maximum Salaries - No Claim for Excess above Appropriation
  • § 284.2 - Pay Increase Funds

OKLAHOMA STATE EMPLOYEES' DIRECT DEPOSIT ACT

  • § 292.10 - Short Title
  • § 292.11 - Definitions
  • § 292.12 - Direct Deposit System - Implementation - Rules

STATE FIRE MARSHAL

  • *§ 324.7 - Rules, Regulations and Specifications - Regulation of Liquefied Petroleum Gas and Flammable Liquids

LEGISLATURE

  • § 452.4 - Performance Post Audits
  • § 452.5 - Assistance and Cooperation of State Entities
  • § 452.10 - Copies of Audits to Office of State Finance, State Auditor and Inspector, and Legislative Service Bureau

LEGISLATIVE REVIEW OF STATE AUDITS ACT

  • § 452.11 - Short Title
  • § 452.12 - Definitions
  • § 452.13 - Audit Report - Review by Legislative Committees
  • § 452.14 - Written Agency Response to Audit

IN GENERAL

  • § 456.7 - Unit of State Government Defined - Inventory - Applicability
  • § 464 - Electronic Filing of Documents with Governor or Legislative Leaders

STATE TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT ACT

  • § 500.1 - Short Title
  • § 500.2 - Reimbursable Expenses of State Officials, Employees, and Certain Others
  • § 500.3 - Authority for Travel - Claims or Vouchers - Limitations
  • § 500.4 - Mode of Travel - Approval - Rate of Reimbursement
  • § 500.5 - Travel by Leased or Rented Automobile
  • § 500.6 - Travel by Privately Owned or Chartered Airplane
  • § 500.6A - Travel on Aircraft - Travel Logs
  • § 500.7 - Travel Status for Meals and Lodging
  • § 500.8 - Method of Computing Per Diem
  • § 500.9 - Overnight Lodgings - Rate - Per Diem Allowance - Limitations and Exceptions - Out-Of-State Trips
  • § 500.9A - Expenses Provided for in Contract or Grant
  • § 500.10 - Limitation on Out of State Travel
  • § 500.11 - Reimbursement for Out of State Transportation Costs
  • § 500.12 - Miscellaneous Travel Expenses
  • § 500.13 - Registration Fees
  • § 500.14 - Rejection of Travel Claims or Vouchers
  • § 500.15 - Claims - Submission
  • § 500.16 - Standard Blank Forms
  • § 500.16A - Procedure to Pay Claims
  • § 500.17 - Review of Travel Expenditures
  • *§ 500.18 - Provisions Mandatory - Exemptions
  • § 500.36 - Per Diem Payments or Reimbursements
  • § 500.37 - Direct Deposit of Travel Reimbursements

MOVING EXPENSES

  • § 500.51 - Transferred Employees - Partial Payment of Moving Expenses
  • *§ 500.52 - Definitions
  • § 500.53 - Services Included
  • *§ 500.54 - Requisition - Competitive Bids
  • § 500.55 - Compliance with Act Required - Violations - Penalties

CONTRACTS

  • § 581 - Contracts by Department of Institution with Another for Work - Payment - Disposition of Proceeds
  • § 585 - Use of State Property - Violations of Provisions

OKLAHOMA PRIVATIZATION OF STATE FUNCTIONS ACT

  • § 586 - Short Title
  • § 587 - Purpose of Act
  • § 588 - Definitions
  • § 588.1 - Cost Analysis Report Required
  • § 589 - Employee Proposals for Improvement of Agency Prior to Privatization - Notification of Proposed Privatization - Consideration for Employee Proposals - Notice of Intent to Solicit Bids
  • § 589.1 - Certification of Compliance with Privatization Laws
  • § 590 - Conflict of Interest - Prohibition of Employment of State Officer by Business Organization Awarded Contract

OFFICIAL BONDS

  • § 591 - Filing with Secretary of State
  • § 592 - Examination of Bonds - Certified Copies
  • § 593 - Bonds Required of Appointees and Employees - Conditions - Premiums
  • § 594 - Bonds for Persons Responsible for Custody and Control of Special or Nonstate Funds
  • § 601 - Definitions
  • § 602 - Filing in Office of Secretary of State
  • § 603 - Approval by Attorney General
  • § 604 - Withdrawal from Office of Secretary of State
  • § 605 - Termination of Obligation
  • § 606 - Exceptions from Application of Act

OKLAHOMA PERSONNEL ACT

  • § 840-1.1 - Short Title
  • § 840-1.2 - Purpose
  • § 840-1.3 - Definitions
  • § 840-1.4 - Merit System Office and State Personnel Board Abolished - Transfer of Functions, Powers, Duties, etc.
  • § 840-1.6A - Creation of Office of Personnel Management - Administrator
  • § 840-1.7 - Oklahoma Merit Protection Commission - Creation - Membership - Terms - Expenses - Officers - Meetings
  • § 840-1.9 - Powers and Duties of Commission
  • § 840-1.10 - Oaths, Subpoena and Production of Books and Papers - Reimbursement of Employees
  • § 840-1.12 - Publication of Merit Protection Commission Appeal Hearing Summaries - Charge
  • § 840-1.13 - Establishment of Training and Certification Program
  • § 840-1.14 - Attorney General as Legal Counsel - Opinions to Officers or Employees - Representation of Commission - Conflict of Interest - Appointment of Alternate Counsel
  • § 840-1.15 - Delegation of Authority to Administer Human Resources Functions - Agencies' Model Human Resource Projects - Human Resource Management Plan and Self-Evaluation Report System
  • § 840-1.16 - Conflicts with Federal Requirements
  • § 840-1.18 - Payment of Administrative Costs and Expenses
  • § 840-1.19 - Merit System of Personnel Administration Rules - Distribution

AFFIRMATION ACTION

  • § 840-2.1 - Submission of Affirmative Action Plan
  • § 840-2.2 - Supervision of Affirmative Action Officer
  • § 840-2.3 - Responsibilities of Appointing Authority
  • § 840-2.4 - Promulgation of Rules and Standards for Defining Progress

WHISTLEBLOWER ACT

  • § 840-2.5 - Short Title - Definitions - Disciplinary Actions - Appeals - Corrective Actions

MERIT PROTECTION

  • § 840-2.6 - Enforcement of Employee Rights

OKLAHOMA PERSONNEL ACT (CONTINUED)

  • § 840-2.8 - Duties of Every State and County Officer and Employee
  • § 840-2.9 - Discrimination and Other Prohibited Acts
  • § 840-2.10 - Creation of State Employee Assistance Program
  • § 840-2.11 - State Employee Information Not Open to Public Inspection or Disclosure
  • § 840-2.13 - Establishment of Personnel Management Information System
  • § 840-2.14 - Management of Overall Costs of Human Resources - Quarter Reports

WAGE AND SALARIES

  • § 840-2.15 - Compensation for Overtime
  • § 840-2.16 - Grade or Salary Adjustment
  • § 840-2.17 - Salary Raise
  • § 840-2.18 - Longevity Pay Plan
  • § 840-2.19 - Approval of Payroll Claims - Results of Payroll Audit - Recovery of Excess Payroll Claim - Quarterly Report

LEAVE

  • § 840-2.20 - Promulgation of Rules Regarding Leave
  • § 840-2.20A - Closing of Agency because of Imminent Peril - Paid Administrative Leave
  • § 840-2.20B - State Employees - Leave of Absence for Donations
  • § 840-2.21 - Placement of Employee on Leave without Pay
  • § 840-2.22 - Promulgation of Emergency and Permanent Leave Rules - Family and Medical Leave
  • § 840-2.23 - Creation of State Leave Sharing Program
  • § 840-2.23A - Leave for Presidentially Declared National Disaster
  • § 840-2.24 - Disaster - Leave to Participate in Specialized Disaster Relief Services
  • § 840-2.25 - Meetings of Job-Related Professional Organizations - Leave to Attend - Activities Excluded

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE

  • § 840-2.26 - Flextime Attendance Policies and Alternative Work Schedules - Technical Assistance

STATE GOVERNMENT REDUCTION-IN-FORCE AND SEVERANCE BENEFITS ACT

  • § 840-2.27A - Short Title
  • § 840-2.27B - Definitions
  • § 840-2.27C - Reduction-in-Force, Layoffs, and Furloughs
  • § 840-2.27D - Severance Benefits - Elements
  • § 840-2.27E - Separation Agreement - Forms
  • § 840-2.27F - Creation of Reduction-in-Force Education Voucher Action Fund
  • § 840-2.27G - Creation of Reduction-in-Force Emergency Cost Fund
  • § 840-2.27I - Reinstatement of Health Insurance Coverage
  • § 840-2.28 - Voluntary Out Benefits
  • § 840-2.28A - Definitions - Reimbursement - Terms - Application
  • § 840-2.28B - Voluntary Buyout Agency Reimbursement Revolving Fund
  • § 840-2.29 - On-Call Classified Employees - Compensation for Reporting to Work While on Call
  • § 840-2.30 - Accountability for Expenditure of Public Funds
  • § 840-3.1 - Supervisory Personnel - Training Programs
  • § 840-3.2 - Establishment of Carl Albert Public Internship Program - Administration
  • § 840-3.4 - Carl Albert Public Internship Program
  • § 840-3.5 - Promulgation of Rules
  • § 840-3.6 - Intern Positions not Included within Limitations
  • § 840-3.7 - Construction of Act

STATE PERSONNEL INTERCHANGE PROGRAM

  • § 840-3.9 - State Personnel Interchange Program
  • § 840-3.10 - Policy of State
  • § 840-3.11 - Interchange of Employees among Governmental Entities
  • § 840-3.12 - Employee Eligibility
  • § 840-3.13 - Nature of Personnel Interchange Assignments
  • § 840-3.14 - Nothing in Program to Authorize Conflict of Interest

OKLAHOMA PERSONNEL ACT (CONTINUED)

  • § 840-3.15 - Creation of Certified Public Manager Program - Adoption of Rules
  • § 840-3.16 - Executive Development Program for State Officials - Administration - Purpose - Authority to Adopt Rules
  • § 840-4.1 - Orders to Place Agencies under Merit System of Personnel Administration
  • § 840-4.2 - Status of Employees
  • § 840-4.3 - Audit of Classified Service Positions
  • § 840-4.4 - Certain Knowledge and Sign Language Skills Required
  • § 840-4.6 - Pay Structure
  • § 840-4.11 - Noncompetitive Appointments
  • § 840-4.12 - Promotional and Entrance Examinations - Persons with Severe Disabilities - Special Disabled Veterans - Optional Hiring Procedure for Affirmative Action Goals
  • § 840-4.13 - Certification to Appointing Authority - Broad Band Certification - Statewide and Local Registers - Professional Practice Licensure and Hard-To-Fill Positions - Probationary Period
  • § 840-4.14 - Preferences
  • § 840-4.15 - Posting Vacancies And Promotional Opportunities
  • § 840-4.16 - Legislative Intent
  • § 840-4.17 - Employee Service Rating System
  • § 840-4.19 - Authority to Designate Place or Places where Employees Perform Duties - Jurisdiction of Oklahoma Merit Protection Commission
  • § 840-5.1 - Unclassified Service Exempt From Act Except Leave Regulations
  • § 840-5.1A - Unclassified Service
  • § 840-5.2 - Option to Retain Classified Status
  • § 840-5.4 - Nothing in Act Intended to Automatically Place Agency under Merit System of Personnel Administration
  • *§ 840-5.5 - Unclassified Service - Offices, Positions, and Personnel
  • *§ 840-5.6 - Unclassified Service of State - Corporation Commission Personnel
  • § 840-5.16 - Creation of State Work Incentive Program
  • § 840-6.1 - Alternative Dispute Resolution Program
  • § 840-6.2 - Grievance Procedure
  • § 840-6.3 - Progressive Discipline - Application
  • § 840-6.4 - Pretermination Hearing - Violation Of Procedures - Penalties
  • § 840-6.5 - Discharge, Suspension or Demotion of Employee - Notice - Appeal - Hearing - Findings
  • § 840-6.6 - Violation Of Employee Rights - Appeals - Investigations - Reports - Hearings - Alternative Dispute Resolution - Closing of Record
  • § 840-6.7 - Hearings
  • § 840-6.8 - Attorney Fees and Costs
  • § 840-6.9 - Administrative Fines
  • § 840-7.1 - Leasing State Agency Employees to Federally Recognized Tribe or Indian Nation
  • § 841.30 - Oklahoma Compensation and Unclassified Positions Review Board
  • § 842 - Product Vendors - Access to State Employees

STATE EMPLOYEE ADVOCACY RIGHTS ACT

  • § 843 - Short Title
  • § 844 - "Employee Organization" Defined
  • § 845 - Privileges of Employee Organizations - Rules - Construction of Act

OKLAHOMA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM

  • § 901 - Purpose
  • § 902 - Definitions
  • § 904 - Suits - Service of Process - Persons Aggrieved - Hearings
  • *§ 905 - Board of Trustees
  • § 906 - Board Meetings - Quorum - Compensation
  • § 908 - Executive Director - Duties - Employees - Gifts and Gratuities - Actuary - Attorney - Internal Auditor
  • § 909.1 - OPERS Board of Trustees - Discharge of Duties - Insurance - Investment Committee - Quarterly and Annual Report
  • § 910 - Eligible Employers - Procedure for Joining System - Withdrawal
  • § 911 - Employee Members
  • § 912.1 - Termination of Plan - Rights of Participants - Distribution of Assets
  • § 913 - Crediting of Prior and Participating Service - Transfer of Service Credits From Teachers' Retirement System
  • § 913.4 - Elected Officials - Election To Participate In Plan - Contribution Rate - Benefits
  • § 913b - Incentive Credit - Limitations on Purchase
  • § 913c - Credit for Termination
  • § 914 - Retirement
  • § 917 - Termination of Employment - Payment - Vested Benefits
  • § 920 - Employer's Contribution
  • § 920B - Participating Employers - Remittances to System - When Due
  • § 925 - Membership as Condition of Employment
  • § 932 - Confidential Information

OKLAHOMA HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION

  • § 951 - State Policy
  • § 954 - Discrimination in State Employment
  • § 955 - Classification of Employee - Salary Increase

INTERCHANGE OF GOVERNMENTAL PERSONNEL

  • § 1251 - Intergovernmental Cooperation
  • § 1252 - Definitions
  • § 1253 - Temporary Interchange of Employees Authorized
  • § 1254 - Status of Employees of Sending Agency
  • § 1255 - Travel Expenses - Per Diem
  • § 1256 - State Acting as Receiving Agency
  • § 1257 - Payment of Travel Expenses by Receiving Agency

STATE PERSONNEL INTERCHANGE PROGRAM

  • § 1302 - Purpose
  • § 1306 - Powers and Duties of Board
  • § 1308 - Enrollment In Plan
  • § 1311 - Payroll Deductions
  • § 1314 - Officers And Employees Exempt - Options
  • § 1322 - Confidentiality of Information - Inspection of Files

STATE EMPLOYEES DISABILITY PROGRAM ACT

  • § 1332 - Establishment of Disability Insurance Program for State Employees
  • § 1332.1 - Collections from State Agencies - Deposits - Monthly Statements - Reports - Deduction of Premiums

STATE EMPLOYEES FLEXIBLE BENEFITS ACT

  • § 1342 - Definitions
  • § 1343 - State Employees Flexible Benefits Plan
  • § 1347 - Monthly Interagency Reimbursements - Deposits to Fund

OKLAHOMA STATE EMPLOYEES BENEFITS ACT

  • § 1362 - Purpose of Act
  • § 1363 - Definitions
  • § 1369 - Participation in Plan - Eligibility

WELLNESS PROGRAM ACT

  • § 1382 - Creation of Wellness Council
  • § 1383 - Development of Wellness Programs - Encouragement to Participate - Wellness Coordinating Committee

TAX DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLANS

  • § 1701 - State and Political Subdivision Employees - Employees of Duly Constituted Authorities - Plan Participation - Time Limit For Transfers

FINANCIAL REIMBURSEMENT FOR EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES ACT OF 2007

  • § 1732 - Definitions
  • § 1733 - Agency Payments for Employee's Qualified Education Loan Expense
  • § 1734 - Employee Termination of Service with Payor Agency - Hours of Service - Reimbursement

STATE USE COMMITTEE

  • § 3003 - Definitions
  • § 3004 - Procurement Schedule
  • § 3007 - State or Agency to Procure a Product or Service at Fair Market Price
  • § 3008 - Exceptions - Competitive Bid Requirement Not Applicable

MISCELLANEOUS

  • § 3101 - Briefing of Newly Appointed Members of Governing Bodies as to Duties and Responsibilities
  • § 3102 - Penalty
  • § 3103 - Reports Published By State Agencies, Departments, Boards, Commissions And Institutions - Elimination Of Unnecessary Expense
  • § 3104 - Filing and Distribution of Reports
  • § 3105 - Information To Be Included In Certain Reports
  • § 3106.1 - Publications Officers for State Agencies
  • § 3106.2 - Public Website

OKLAHOMA GOVERNMENT WEBSITE INFORMATION ACT

  • § 3106.3 - Short Title
  • § 3106.4 - Information Available on Website

MISCELLANEOUS (CONTINUED)

  • *§ 3110 - Utility Bills Exempt
  • § 3111 - Use of Social Security Numbers by State or Subdivisions Prohibited - Exceptions
  • § 3113 - Disclosure Of Information Indexed By Social Security Numbers Prohibited - Exceptions
  • § 3113.1 - Disclosure Of Security Breach of Personal Computer Data - Notice to Owner or Licensee of Personal Data - Exception
  • § 3114 - State Officials and Employees Prohibited From Soliciting or Accepting Contributions for Candidates
  • § 3116 - Establishment of Heroic Oklahoman Award - Form and Design
  • § 3117 - Establishment or Increase of Fees
  • § 3118 - Written Notice - Reason for Denial or Permit, License, or Tax Exemption - Appeal Procedures

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

  • *§ 3361.1 - Abolition of Department of Energy

ANTI-KICKBACK ACT OF 1974

  • § 3402 - Definitions
  • § 3403 - Giving of Kickback by Holder of Contract Prohibited
  • § 3404 - Making or Receiving a Kickback Prohibited - Penalty
  • § 3405 - Recovery of Kickback
  • § 3406 - Presumptions - Exemplary Damages
  • § 3407 - Attorney General to Appear for State

INCENTIVE AWARDS FOR STATE EMPLOYEES ACT

  • § 4111 - Short Title
  • § 4113 - Promulgation of Rules and Regulations
  • § 4114 - Authority of Agencies to Participate in Incentive Awards Program
  • § 4115 - Incentive Awards Program
  • § 4115A - Recognition for Length of Service to State
  • § 4116 - Participation in Incentive Awards Program
  • § 4117 - Nominations for Individual Incentive Compensation - Award of Increased Compensation
  • § 4118 - Award of Unit Incentive Pay
  • § 4119 - Comparison of Annual Unit Dollar Expenditures
  • § 4121 - On-The-Job Employee Performance Recognition Program
  • § 4122 - Employee Productivity Programs

CHILD CARE CENTERS FOR STATE EMPLOYEES

  • § 4190 - Child Care Centers for State Employees - Rates
  • § 4191 - Administration of Child Care Centers
  • § 4192 - Creation of Child Care Revolving Fund

ETHICS COMMISSION ACT

  • *§ 4249 - Definitions
  • § 4250 - Registration Requirement
  • § 4251 - False Statements Prohibited
  • § 4253 - Purpose of Registration Form
  • § 4254 - Additional Compensation or Reimbursement for Lobbying
  • § 4255 - Penalties for Violations
  • § 4257 - Former Member of Board or Commission - Employment - Violations

ETHICS COMMISSION RULES

ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATIONS

  • Standard 257:1-1-2 - Definitions

PERSONAL FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE

  • Standard 257:15-1-1 - General Purpose and Authority
  • Standard 257:15-1-2 - Exceptions to Reporting Requirements
  • Standard 257:15-1-3 - Individuals Required to File - Exemption
  • Standard 257:15-1-4 - Deadline for Filing Statements
  • Standard 257:15-1-5 - Liaison to Commission
  • Standard 257:15-1-6 - Commission Handling of Statements of Financial Interests
  • Standard 257:15-1-7 - Information Required

ETHICS AND CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

  • Standard 257:20-1-1 - General Purpose and Authority
  • Standard 257:20-1-2 - Buying or Selling State Employment or Appointments to State Office
  • Standard 257:20-1-3 - Accountability
  • Standard 257:20-1-4 - Misuse of Office
  • Standard 257:20-1-5 - Ownership Prohibited by Certain State Officers in Certain Governmental Securities
  • Standard 257:20-1-6- Representation by State Officers and State Employees
  • Standard 257:20-1-7 - Votes, Deliberations, and Discussions by Legislators or Statewide Elective Officers
  • Standard 257:20-1-9 - Restraints on Solicitation or Acceptance of Anything of Value - Disclosure
  • Standard 257:20-1-10 - State Officers' and State Employees' Private Interests in Public Contracts
  • Standard 257:20-1-11 - Actions Taken While Negotiating for Employment

LOBBYING DISCLOSURE

  • Standard 257:23-1-2 - Anything of Value Reporting by Lobbyists - Preservation of Accounts, Books, etc.
  • Standard 257:23-1-3 - Things of Value to State Officers or State Employees of Regulatory Governmental Entities
  • Standard 257:23-1-4 - Rules of Construction

INVESTIGATIONS, COMPLAINTS, SETTLEMENTS, AND LITIGATION

  • Standard 257:30-1-1 - General Purpose and Authority
  • Standard 257:30-1-2 - Receiving Information
  • Standard 257:30-1-3 - Investigations
  • Standard 257:30-1-4 - Complaints
  • Standard 257:30-1-6 - Public Inspection or Confidentiality of Actions and Records Relating to Alleged Violations
  • Standard 257:30-1-7 - Period of Limitations

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

  • *§ Authority to Establish State and Federal Energy Conservation Programs - Abolition of Energy Conservation Services Division

OKLAHOMA STATE EMPLOYEE CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTION ACT

  • § 7001 - Short Title
  • § 7002 - State Charitable Campaign
  • § 7003 - Definitions
  • § 7004 - Administration of Campaign
  • § 7005 - State Agency Review Committee - Members - Election of Chairman - Duties and Responsibilities - Staff Support
  • § 7007 - State Principal Combined Fund Raising Organization - Duties and Responsibilities
  • § 7008 - Reimbursement Cost
  • § 7009 - Participation in State Charitable Campaign - Human Welfare Service - Requirements to be Included in Campaign
  • § 7009.1 - Audit not Required on Annual Budget of Voluntary Charitable Agency less than $50,000
  • § 7010 - State Presence Test - Exemption

RURAL ACTION PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM

  • *§ 8303 - Rural Action Partnership Program

Link to Title 75

STATUTES AND SESSION LAWS

  • § 11a - Observance of Rules in Construction of Statutes
  • § 12 - Original Acts Shall Govern
  • § 22 - Conflicting Provisions

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ACT

  • § 250 - Short Title
  • § 250.1 - Composition of Administrative Procedures Act
  • § 250.2 - Powers of Legislature - Reserved Powers
  • § 250.3 - Definitions
  • *§ 250.4 - Compliance with Act - Exceptions
  • § 250.4a - Rules Available for Public Inspection
  • § 250.7 - Conflict between Rules - Procedures to Correct Spelling Errors - Rebuttable Presumption
  • § 250.8 - Computations of Time
  • § 250.9 - Powers Duties and Responsibilities of Director or Department of Libraries - Transfer - Establishment of Office of Administrative Rules within the Office of the Secretary of State
  • § 250.10 - Request to Review Rules
  • § 251 - Furnishing Copies of Permanent Rules - Rules for Administration of Section - Filing of New Rules and Amendments, Revisions or Revocations - Format - Incorporation of Standards by Referee - Publication of Executive Orders - Electronic Filing
  • § 252 - Filing as Condition of Validity - Notification of Failure to Comply
  • § 253 - Emergency Rules
  • § 254 - Attestation of Rules - Certification of Publication - Copies - Preservation
  • § 255 - Publication of The Oklahoma Register - Publication of Rules and Regulations
  • § 256 - Oklahoma Administrative Code - Publication - Task Force on Administrative Rules
  • § 257 - Legal Assistance - Provision for Publication and Distribution of Procedures
  • § 302 - Promulgation of Certain Rules - Public Inspection of Rules, Orders, Decisions and Opinions - Rulemaking Record - Prohibited Actions - Violations
  • § 303 - Adoption, Amendment or Repeal of Rule - Procedure
  • § 303.1 - Filing of New Rules with Governor for Approval - Contents of Report - Time Limit for Approval or Disapproval
  • § 303.2 - Approval or Disapproval of Rule by Governor
  • § 304 - Filing of Adopted Rules - Effective Date of Adopted Rule or Executive Order
  • § 305 - Petition Requesting Promulgation, Amendment or Repeal of a Rule - Form and Procedure
  • § 307 - Filing and Disposition of Petitions for Declaratory Rulings - Judicial Review
  • § 307.1 - Rule Review Committee
  • § 308 - Filing of Rules, Amendments, Revisions or Revocation and Agency Rule Report with Legislature for Approval or Disapproval
  • § 308.1 - Final Adoption of Rule
  • § 308.2 - Effect of Promulgated Rule

OKLAHOMA SMALL BUSINESS REGULATORY FLEXIBILITY ACT

  • § 501 - Short Title
  • § 502 - Definitions
  • § 503 - Small Business Regulatory Review Committee
  • § 504 - Proposed Permanent Rules
  • § 505 - Petition Objecting to Promulgated Rules
  • § 506 - Waiver or Reduction of Penalties or Fines for Small Business
  • § 507 - Commissioner of Public Safety - Certain Exemptions

Link to Title 76

  • § 1 - Every Person Bound not to Injure Person or Property of Another or Infringing upon His Rights
  • *§ 23 - Public Utilities - Definitions - Fraud - Penalties - Civil Liability - Exemptions

Link to Title 79

OKLAHOMA ANTITRUST REFORM ACT

  • § 201 - Short Title
  • *§ 202 - Definitions
  • *§ 203 - Restraint of Trade or Commerce
  • § 204 - Price Discrimination
  • § 208 - Acquisition of Competitors Stock or Assets
  • § 212 - Interpretation with Federal Antitrust Law

Link to Title 82

GRAND RIVER DAM AUTHORITY

  • § 861 - District Created and Territory Included - Governmental Agency and Body Politic - Powers - Designation of Land and Water
  • § 861A - Grand River Dam Authority - Agency Status - Mission - Authority - Expenses
  • *§ 862 - Powers, Rights, and Privileges of District

OKLAHOMA WATER RESOURCES BOARD

  • § 1084.1 - Public Policy Regarding Pollution of State Waters
  • § 1084.2 - Definitions

REGIONAL WATER DISTRIBUTION DISTRICT ACT

  • § 1266 - Definitions
  • *§ 1288 - Exemption from Jurisdiction or Control of Oklahoma Corporation Commission

RURAL WATER, SEWER, GAS AND SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISTRICTS ACT

  • § 1324.2 - Definitions
  • § 1324.3 - Purpose of Districts - Organization
  • § 1324.10 - Powers of District
  • *§ 1324.23 - Exemption from Jurisdiction and Control of Corporation Commission
  • § Prohibited Offers or Agreements
  • § Acquisition by Domestic Water Public Utility - Approval or Disapproval of Transaction

SCENIC RIVERS ACT

  • § 1452 - Preservation of Certain Free-flowing Streams and Rivers - Designation of Scenic River Areas
  • § 1453 - Acts Prohibited Within Scenic River Area
  • *§ 1457 - Pollution - Prevention and Elimination

CONSERVATION DISTRICT ACT

  • *§ 1501-205.1 - State Geographic Information Council - Members - Terms - Quorum - Meetings, etc.
  • § 1501-205.3 - Office of Geographic Information - Oklahoma Conservation Commission
  • § 1501-802 - Act Not to Limit Authority of Other Agencies

Link to Title 83

GASOLINE, KEROSENE, AND OTHER PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

  • *§ 111 - Definitions
  • *§ 112 - Authority of Corporation Commission
  • *§ 113 - Inspection of Measuring Devices - Sealing or Locking Devices Not Meeting Tests
  • § 114 - Exclusion or Obstruction of State Fuel Inspector or Deputies
  • § 115 - Commitment for Nonpayment of Fine, Penalty, or Costs - Civil Actions
  • § 116 - Costs
  • § 117 - Offenses - Punishment - Contempt
  • § 118 - Partial Invalidity

Link to Title 84

EXECUTION AND REVOCATION OF WILLS

  • § 141 - Devise of Land Conveys All the Estate - Exception
  • § 146 - Property Acquired After Making of the Will-Passing of Real Estate

INTERPRETATION OF WILLS

  • § 166 - Residual Estate of Real Property

ESCHEAT

  • *§ 271.1 - Abandoned Mineral Interests - Sale

Link to Title 85

As an employer the Corporation Commission is affected by workers' compensation laws.

  • *§ 3.6 - Appellate Procedures
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