2006 New York Code - Saving Clauses.



 
    §  327. Saving clauses. The provisions of this chapter shall supersede
  any local law, ordinance, resolution or regulation of municipalities  to
  which this chapter is applicable, but shall not affect or impair any act
  done,  offense  committed  or  right  accruing,  accrued or acquired, or
  liability, penalty, forfeiture or punishment incurred or  imposed  prior
  to  the  time  this  chapter  takes effect, but the same may be enjoyed,
  asserted, enforced, prosecuted or inflicted as fully  and  to  the  same
  extent and same manner as if such provisions had not been enacted.

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