THE FOURTH CLASS CITY ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 215 of 1895
113.2 Reincorporation under act; property, assets, vesting; liabilities; cumulative remedies.
All cities reincorporated under and made subject to the provisions of this act, as provided in the preceding section, shall succeed to and be vested with all the property, real and personal, moneys, rights, credits and effects, and all the records, files, books and papers belonging to such cities as formerly incorporated, and no rights or liabilities, either in favor of or against such former corporation, existing at the time of its reincorporation, under or subject to the provisions of this act, and no suit or prosecution of any kind shall be in any manner affected by such change, but the same shall stand or progress as if no such change had been made, and all debts and liabilities of the former corporation shall be deemed to be the debts and liabilities of the new corporation, and all taxes levied and uncollected at the time of such change shall be collected the same as if such change had not been made: Provided, That when a different remedy is given in this act which can be made applicable to any rights existing at the time of the incorporation of the city under or subject to this act, the same shall be deemed cumulative to the remedies before provided, and may be used accordingly.
History: 1895, Act 215, Eff. Aug. 30, 1895
CL 1897, 3359
CL 1915, 3283
CL 1929, 2205
CL 1948, 113.2
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