Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 141. Municipal Financing

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  • County Sinking Fund Commission
  • Board of Sinking Fund Commissioners
  • Sinking Fund for Public Buildings
  • Permanent Improvements by Counties
  • Public Buildings and Bridges
  • Prohibited Taxes by Cities and Villages
  • The Revenue Bond Act of 1933
  • Interest Rates for Public Corporations
  • The Unlimited Tax Election Act
  • Township Parking Facilities
  • Defaulted Municipal Bonds
  • Municipal Borrowing
  • Borrowing for Road Purposes
  • Public Improvement Funds
  • Electric Plant;  Validation of Proceedings
  • Acquisition and Improvement of Parks
  • Transfer of Unexpended Balances to County
  • Local Improvement Revolving Fund
  • Bonds or Notes for Capital Improvements
  • Validation of Metropolitan District Bonds
  • Budget Hearings of Local Governments
  • Budget Stabilization Fund
  • Purchase of Fire Fighting Equipment
  • Health and Safety Fund Act
  • City Income Tax Act
  • Excise Tax on Business of Providing Accommodations
  • Community Convention or Tourism Marketing Act
  • Convention and Tourism Marketing Act
  • Regional Tourism Marketing Act
  • Glenn Steil State Revenue Sharing Act of 1971
  • Emergency Municipal Loan Act
  • Fire Protection Services for State Facilities
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Shared Credit Rating Act
  • City Utility Users Tax Act
  • State and County Redistribution of Federal Payments
  • Convention and Tourism Promotion Act
  • Regional Convention Facility Authority Act
  • Convention Facility Authority Act
  • Regional Convention and Tourism Promotion Act
  • Safe Drinking Water Financial Assistance Act
  • Local Financial Stability and Choice Act
  • Michigan Settlement Administration Authority Act
  • Michigan Financial Review Commission Act
  • Revised Municipal Finance Act
  • Uniform Budgeting and Accounting Act
  • Fiscal Stabilization Act

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