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Pennsylvania Statutes Title 36 P.S. Highways and Bridges § 3459. Duration of powers conferred

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The said power to provide for, acquire, install, maintain, operate, and use the said facilities, to enter into leases, contracts, and agreements, and all other powers conferred by this act, shall remain vested in the said joint commission in full force and effect during the time said joint commission shall continue in existence and in control of the said bridge, and shall inure to and vest unimpaired in its successor or successors in whom may be vested the control and custody of said bridge; and upon the turning over of the said bridge to the city of Philadelphia and the representatives of the State of New Jersey, as provided for by the act to which this is a supplement,  1 or to such body or bodies as may be authorized by law to receive the control of the same, the said authority and powers above enumerated shall inure to and vest in the said body or bodies so appointed or created to receive and take over the custody, maintenance, and operation of the said bridge and so receiving the same, or any such agency as may be for that purpose legally appointed or created by the body or bodies so receiving custody and control of the said bridge.

1 Act of 1919, July 9, P.L. 814 (36 P.S. §§ 3421 to 3431).

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