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Delaware Code Title 22. Municipalities § 1306. Public character

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An electric company established by contract under this chapter shall constitute a political subdivision and body public and corporate of the State, exercising public powers, separate from the contracting municipalities. It shall have the duties, privileges, immunities, rights, liabilities and disabilities of a public body politic and corporate but shall not have taxing power.

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