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You can create links to the table of contents for a code, link to a chapter of the code, and link to a section of the code.2
You can link to a specific code of the statute by adding ?link=[statute code] at the end of the statutes address. For example, the Transportation Code table of contents link is http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us?link=TN.
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You can link to chapter documents in the Texas Constitution and Statutes website using the following format: http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/docs/CD/TYPE/CD.#.ext
For example, the link to Chapter 551 of the Transportation Code for each file type is:
You can link directly to statute section by adding an anchor tag (e.g., #chapter.section). For example, to link to section 101 of Chapter 551 of the Transportation Code, include #551.101 so that the entire link is:
Chapter numbers are not unique within Vernon's Texas Civil Statutes; therefore, the format is different. You can link directly to an article by adding an anchor tag (e.g., CV.title.chapter.type#article). For example, to link to Article 6400 of Chapter 8 of Title 112 of Vernon's, include #6400 so that the entire link is http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/CV/htm/CV.112.8.htm#6400
NOTE: In cases where there is no chapter for a title, use 0 for the chapter (e.g., CV.title.0.type#article).
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