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What does KRS stand for?

KRS stands for Kentucky Revised Statute

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The appellate panel rejected the reasons offered by the trial court for invalidating the arbitration agreement, as well as several others offered by the executrix, and held that under Kentucky Revised Statutes and the Uniform Arbitration Act, the arbitration agreement was to be enforced.
580(2) of the Kentucky Revised Statutes states: When a bona fide controversy exists between the agency and the taxpayer as to the liability of the taxpayer for the payment of tax claimed to be due by the agency, .
None of the mortgage loans are a 'high-cost home loan' as defined in the Georgia Fair lending Act, as amended, the New York Predatory Lending Law, the Arkansas Home Loan Protection Act, as amended, the Kentucky Revised Statutes, as amended and the Florida Home Loan Protection Act.
None of the mortgage loans are a 'high-cost home loan' as defined in the Georgia Fair lending Act, as amended, the New York Predatory Lending Law, the Arkansas Home Loan Protection Act, as amended, the Kentucky Revised Statutes, as amended and the Florida Home Loan Protection Act.
None of the mortgage loans are 'high-cost' home loans as defined in the Georgia Fair lending Act, as amended, the New York Predatory Lending Law, the Arkansas Home Loan Protection Act, as amended, the Kentucky Revised Statutes, as amended, the Florida Home Loan Protection Act and the District of Columbia Home Loan Protection Act.
None of the mortgage loans are 'high-cost' home loans as defined in the Georgia Fair lending Act, as amended, the New York Predatory Lending Law, the Arkansas Home Loan Protection Act, as amended, the Kentucky Revised Statutes, as amended, the Florida Home Loan Protection Act and the District of Columbia Home Loan Protection Act.
None of the Mortgage Loans are 'high-cost' home loans as defined in the Georgia Fair Lending Act, as amended, the New York Predatory Lending Law, the Arkansas Home Loan Protection Act, as amended, or Kentucky Revised Statutes, as amended, or the Florida Home Loan Protection Act, or the District of Columbia Home Loan Protection Act.