Municipal Sewage And Water Supply Systems (Excerpt) Act 233 Of 1955


Published: 2015

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MUNICIPAL SEWAGE AND WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS (EXCERPT)
Act 233 of 1955

124.291 Change in jurisdiction over territory in contracting municipality; effect on contract obligations; generator of waste not precluded from arranging for use of recyclable waste materials.

Sec. 11.

(1) A change in the jurisdiction over territory in a municipality which has contracted with the authority for the acquisition, construction, and financing of a sewage disposal system, water supply system, solid waste management system, or a combination of systems under this act, or has contracted with the authority for sewage disposal, water, or solid waste management services, or a combination of services shall not impair the obligations of the contract. In event of a change in jurisdiction over territory, the contract shall be carried out insofar as the territory is concerned by the authority and the municipality as shall have jurisdiction to furnish water, sewage disposal, or solid waste management services, or a combination of services to the territory, unless that requirement would operate to impair a contract obligation, in which case the contracting municipality shall retain jurisdiction over the territory for the purpose of carrying out its contractual obligations. A change in municipal jurisdiction over territory within an authority shall not in any manner affect the authority or its boundaries.

(2) A generator of waste shall not be precluded by an ordinance, rule, regulation, policy or practice from arranging for the use of the generator's recyclable waste materials.


History: 1955, Act 233, Eff. Oct. 14, 1955

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Am. 1957, Act 299, Imd. Eff. June 19, 1957

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Am. 1981, Act 154, Imd. Eff. Nov. 19, 1981

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