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1976 South Carolina Code of Laws
Unannotated
Updated through the end of the 2001 Session

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Title 8 - Public Officers and Employees

CHAPTER 19.

MERIT SYSTEM FOR STATE-AIDED AGENCIES

SECTION 8-19-10. Repealed by 1999 Act No. 100, Part II, Section 33(B), eff July 1, 1999.

SECTION 8-19-15. Establishment of merit principles for personnel administration.

A grant-in-aid agency required by federal law to operate under merit principles in the administration of its personnel programs as a condition of receiving federal grants, shall establish those policies and procedures necessary to assure compliance with the federal merit principles requirements.

SECTIONS 8-19-20 to 8-19-60. Repealed by 1999 Act No. 100, Part II, Section 33(B).

SECTIONS 8-19-20 to 8-19-60. Repealed by 1999 Act No. 100, Part II, Section 33(B).

SECTIONS 8-19-20 to 8-19-60. Repealed by 1999 Act No. 100, Part II, Section 33(B).

SECTIONS 8-19-20 to 8-19-60. Repealed by 1999 Act No. 100, Part II, Section 33(B).

SECTIONS 8-19-20 to 8-19-60. Repealed by 1999 Act No. 100, Part II, Section 33(B).

SECTIONS 8-19-20 to 8-19-60. Repealed by 1999 Act No. 100, Part II, Section 33(B).





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