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County Model Laws

So far, the following 51 county model laws for County Governments which provides a useful framework to guide county governments in the process of developing County Legislations. The Model Laws take a generic form that allows counties to adapt them to their unique legislative proposals and circumstances. Their generic form allows counties to achieve a desirable degree of harmonization, modernization and standardization in their laws. Counties are using them as reference point in their legislative function

  1. County Model Law on Revenue Administration;
  2. County Model Law on Rating;
  3. County Model Law on Public Participation;
  4. County Model Law on Trade;
  5. County Model Law on Tourism;
  6. County Model Law on Cooperatives;
  7. County Model Law on Trade/ Business Licensing;
  8. County Model Law on Liquor Licensing;
  9. County Model Law on Early Childhood Education;
  10. County Model Law on Child Care Facilities;
  11. County Model Law on Public Entertainment and Amenities;
  12. County Model Law on Cultural Heritage;
  13. County Model Law on Vetting of Public Officers;
  14. County Model Law on Fire & Rescue Services;
  15. County Model Law on Disaster Management;
  16. County Models Laws on Agriculture;
  17. County Model Law on Public Entertainment;
  18. County Model Law on Village Polytechnics;
  19. County Model Law on Outdoor Advertising;
  20. County Model Law on Public Nuisance;
  21. County Model Law on Public Amenities;
  22. County Model Law on Transport
  23. County Model Law on Ward Development Fund;
  24. County Model Law on Water;
  25. County Model Law on Sand Harvesting and Quarrying ;
  26. County Model Law on County Assembly Service Board;
  27. County Model Law on Public Service Board;
  28. County Model Law on Small and Medium Enterprises Fund;
  29. County Model Law on Abattoirs;
  30. County Model Law on Designated Parking Places;
  31. County Model Law on Taxi Cab, Wheel Barrow and Cart (Licensing);
  32. County Model Law on Omnibus Stations and Parking;
  33. County Outdoor Advertisement;
  34. County Model Law on General Nuisance;
  35. County Model Law on Waste Management;
  36. County Model Law on Livestock Auctions and Sales;
  37. County Model Law on Public Markets;
  38. County Model Law on County Hawking;
  39. County Model Law on Business Permits;
  40. County Model Law on Persons Living with Disabilities;
  41. County Model Law on Promotion of Primary Health Care;
  42. County Model Law on Tourism Development;
  43. County Model Law on Horticulture Development;
  44. County Model Law on Affirmative Action;
  45. County Model Law on Maternal Health Rights Bill;
  46. County Model Law on Reproductive Health Rights;
  47. County Model Law on Planning;
  48. County Model Law on Investment and Promotion and Development
  49. County Model Law on Control of Drugs;
  50. County Model Law on Animal Welfare; and

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