Division Of Territory (Excerpt) Act 38 Of 1883

Published: 2015

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Act 38 of 1883

123.6 Division of territory; representation at settlement meeting; duties at meeting.

Sec. 6.

If said notice is given by a city it shall be the duty of the mayor of said city to appoint a committee of 4 from the aldermen of said city to meet with the township board of any such township and settle the matters in difference between the city and townships. And it shall be the duty of the mayor of any city upon which such notice shall be served to appoint from the aldermen of the city a committee of 4 for like purpose; and the township clerk of the township upon whom such notice shall be served shall immediately give notice to the members of the township board of the time and place said meeting has been called, and it shall be the duty of said committees so appointed in such cities and the township boards of any such townships, to meet at the time and place designated in the notice, and make a fair and equitable division of the money, rights, credits, and personal estate, and apportionment of the indebtedness of said cities or townships from which territory has been detached, as provided in section 1 of this act, between the said city and townships.

History: 1883, Act 38, Eff. Sept. 8, 1883


How. 3109g


CL 1897, 3467


CL 1915, 3457


CL 1929, 2339


CL 1948, 123.6

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