Rhode Island General Laws 42-14-1. Establishment -- Head of department
Current as of: 2009
There shall be a department of business regulation. The head of the department shall be the director of business regulation who shall carry out, except as otherwise provided by this title, this chapter; chapters 1, 2, and 4 â€“ 12, inclusive, of title 3; chapters 3, 20.5, 38, 49, 52, 53 and 58 of title 5; chapter 31 of title 6; chapter 11 of title 7; chapters 1 â€“ 29, inclusive, of title 19, except Â§ 19-24-6; chapter 26 of title 23; chapters 1 â€“ 36, inclusive, of title 27. The director of business regulation shall also perform the duties required by any and all other provisions of the general laws and public laws insofar as those provisions relate to the director of revenue and regulation, chief of the division of banking and insurance, chief of the division of intoxicating beverages, and each of the divisions, except as otherwise provided by this title.
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