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Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 41. Townships § 41.105

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Sec. 105.  If a township possessed of or entitled to money, rights, credits, or other personal estate is divided or altered, the money, rights, credits, and other personal estate, shall be apportioned between the interested townships by the township boards of these townships according to the rule of apportionment above prescribed.  The township boards of these townships shall jointly meet for that purpose as soon as possible after each township holds its first subsequent township meeting.

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