Sec. 12756. (1) An owner of property who by reason of hardship is unable to comply with provisions
of sections 12752 to 12758 1 requiring connection to an available sanitary sewer system when the local unit of
government charges a tap-in fee for connection may have the fee payment deferred by
application to the assessing officer. Upon receipt of evidence of hardship, the local unit of government may defer partial
or total payment of the fee.
(2) The local unit of government may enact ordinances to define hardship in its area
and to permit deferred or partial payment of the tap-in fee. As a condition to the granting of the deferred or partial payment of the tap-in
fee, the local unit of government may require mortgage security on the real property
of the beneficiary payable on or before death, or, in any event, on the sale or transfer
of the property.
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