NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF COMMISSIONERS ON UNIFORM STATE LAWS
National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws.An organization that drafts and proposes statutes for adoption by individual states, with the goal of making the laws on various subjects uniform among the states. • Founded in 1892 and composed of representatives from all 50 states, the Conference has drafted more than 200 uniform laws, including the Uniform Commercial Code. — Abbr. NCCUSL. — Also termed Uniform Law Commissioners. See UNIFORM LAW; MODEL ACT.
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