Land Reclamation And Improvement Authority Act (Excerpt) Act 173 Of 1992


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LAND RECLAMATION AND IMPROVEMENT AUTHORITY ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 173 of 1992

125.2488 Transfer of property within authority district.

Sec. 38.

(1) A township in which all or a portion of an authority district is located may transfer all or a portion of the property in that township that is within the authority district to a local unit pursuant to Act No. 425 of the Public Acts of 1984, being sections 124.21 to 124.30 of the Michigan Compiled Laws. A transfer of property within an authority district by a township under Act No. 425 of the Public Acts of 1984 does not affect the validity or continued existence of the authority.

(2) The contract for the conditional transfer of property may provide that appointments to the authority board authorized to be made by a township or county shall be made as provided in the contract for conditional transfer of property.

(3) The contract for the conditional transfer of property may provide for the transfer of a function or duty otherwise assigned by this act to the township from which the property is transferred, as provided by Act No. 425 of the Public Acts of 1984.

(4) Notwithstanding any other provision of this act, a local unit to which property within an authority district is transferred, and its public officials, officers, employees, agents, and appointees, have the same authority, rights, immunities, and duties under this act as a township, its public officials, officers, employees, agents, and appointees in carrying out a function or duty assumed by the local unit under subsection (3).

(5) If the local unit to which property is transferred has jurisdiction over roads, then it shall have the same power over roads as granted to the board of county road commissioners under section 18(2).


History: 1992, Act 173, Imd. Eff. July 21, 1992

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