Search Codes By Natural Language

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  1. In the left frame where it says Search Codes, click on By Natural Language.
  2. A new screen will appear: Search California Codes By Natural Language.
  3. Place your cursor in the Type Search Terms box. Enter a phrase or sentence in plain English (e.g. "When are attorneys fees authorized?")
  4. Select the database(s) you'd like to search.
  5. All databases are selected by default. If you would like to search only one database, click on the database you want to search. This database will remain highlighted.
  6. Click on "Find It!"
  7. The Search Results will appear in a ranked format, with the source containing the most relevant material first. Many common terms, such as "and", "the” and the like will be omitted to speed up the search.
  8. On the "Search Results" page, “Most relevant hits listed” appear in a ranked format.
  9. Click on the ranking number to view that source.
  10. Your search will appear in full screen.
  11. For printing instructions, click here.
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Updated January 2000
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