The Georgetown Law Library's research guides and tutorials provide information on researching cases, statutes, and regulations generally:
Additional sources for finding land use and zoning laws include the following:
There is no single source where you can find any/all municipal codes. The following is a list of places to check if looking for the codes, ordinances, bylaws, or measures of a specific locality or municipality. Always check any available currency information in the source you're referencing.
States and municipalities generally adopt commercially published building codes (e.g., building, fire, electrical codes, et cetera). The complete text of these codes is not always incorporated into the state or municipal code, which may only contain information on the adoption of the code and/or any changes made by the state or municipality. To find the full text of the code, you may need to obtain a copy from a library. Resources for researching building codes include the following: