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Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 124. Municipalities § 124.285

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Sec. 5.  The authority may acquire property for a sewage disposal system, a water supply system, a solid waste management system, or a combination of systems by purchase, construction, lease, gift, or devise, either within or without its corporate limits, and may hold, manage, control, sell, exchange, or lease the property.  For the purpose of condemnation, the authority may proceed under the provisions of Act No. 149 of the Public Acts of 1911, as amended, being sections 213.21 to 213.41 of the Michigan Compiled Laws, or any other statute which grants to any municipality or public body the authority to acquire private property for public use.

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