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Q: Does this revised law under 12 UFC 531 apply only and solely to real estate or also employer to employees?

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A: The reference to "12 UFC 531" seems to be incorrect or a typographical error. In the context of U.S. law, "UFC" typically does not pertain to legal statutes. It's possible you're referring to a section of the U.S. Code (U.S.C.), which is a compilation of federal statutory laws. For instance, Title 12 of the U.S. Code deals with Banks and Banking. If you're asking about a law related to real estate or employment, you'll need to clarify the correct citation, such as "12 U.S.C § 531" (if that's the intended reference).

Once you have the correct statute number, you can determine its scope and whether it applies solely to real estate transactions or also includes employer-employee relations. To understand the application of a revised law, you should review the specific language of the statute and related legal interpretations. Consulting with a professional who can review the text of the law would provide clarity.

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