Legal Question in Constitutional Law in Ohio
Just as federal law supersedes state law, is it also true that state law supersedes the ordinances of a municipal corporation? If so, what happens when an ordinance violates a state law?
Asked on 8/09/09, 1:29 pm
1 Answer from Attorneys
Terrence Valko ERISA Disability Lawyer
When a local ordinance is in conflict with state or federal law, have your attorney identify the applicable legal basis, and give notice to the Attorney General in a declaratory judgment action.
Answered on 8/09/09, 5:17 pm
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