The Charter Township Act (Excerpt) Act 359 Of 1947

Published: 2015

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Act 359 of 1947

42.15 Ordinances to provide for peace, health and safety; licenses, granting, fees, bonds.

Sec. 15.

The township board of any charter township may enact such ordinances as may be deemed necessary to provide for the public peace and health and for the safety of persons and property therein, and may by ordinance prescribe the terms and conditions upon which licenses may be granted, suspended, or revoked; and may in such ordinances require and exact payment of such reasonable sums for any licenses as it may deem proper. The persons receiving the licenses shall, before the issuing thereof, execute a bond to the township when required by any ordinance in such sum and with such securities as prescribed by such ordinance, conditioned for the faithful observance of this act, and the ordinance under which the license is granted.

History: 1947, Act 359, Eff. Oct. 11, 1947


CL 1948, 42.15


Am. 1949, Act 70, Eff. Sept. 23, 1949

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