The General Law Village Act (Excerpt) Act 3 Of 1895


Published: 2015

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THE GENERAL LAW VILLAGE ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 3 of 1895

74.22 Placing property outside corporate limits; procedure; resolution, board of supervisors.

Sec. 22.

In case any person or persons want their property placed without the corporate limits of any village, they may make application to the board of supervisors of the county in which such village is located, to change the boundaries thereof in such manner as will place the property of the person or persons applying therefor without the corporate limits of such village. Such application shall be filed with the county clerk of each county at least 10 days prior to the annual session in October of such board of supervisors, and shall be signed by 100 taxpayers of the village, or by 1/10 of the taxpayers of such village. Any person intending to apply to the board of supervisors to have his property placed without the corporate limits of any village shall give or cause to be given at least 15 days' notice of such application to the clerk of said village and by posting the same in at least 3 conspicuous public places within such village. Upon receiving the application aforesaid, the board of supervisors shall have power, by resolution, to change the boundaries of such village, as described and mentioned in such application.


History: Add. 1897, Act 182, Imd. Eff. May 29, 1897

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CL 1897, 2955

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CL 1915, 2839

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CL 1929, 1748

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CL 1948, 74.22

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