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Section 18-1B-2 Limitations on condemnation. (a) Neither the State of Alabama, nor any of its
departments, divisions, agencies, commissions, corporations, boards, authorities, or other
entities, nor any agency, corporation, district, board, or other entity organized by or under
the control of any municipality or county in the state and vested by law to any extent whatsoever
with the power of eminent domain may condemn property for the purpose of nongovernmental retail,
office, commercial, residential, or industrial development or use or to primarily condemn
a mortgage or deed of trust; provided, however, the foregoing provisions of this subsection
shall not apply to the exercise of the powers of eminent domain by any county, municipality,
housing authority, or other public entity based upon a finding of blight in an area covered
by any redevelopment plan or urban renewal plan pursuant to Chapters 2 and 3 of Title 24,
provided the purpose of the exercise of the powers of eminent domain... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 9-9-29 Filing of exceptions to report; hearing upon exceptions and report; approval
and confirmation of report; dismissal of proceedings and dissolution of district; transmittance
of copies of court decree and report of viewers; filing fee. On or before the day set for
the hearing of the final report of the board of viewers, the water management district or
any owner of land or other property in said district or any person having an interest in any
lands or other property within said district may file exceptions to said report or to any
assessment for either benefits or damages. All exceptions shall be heard by the court and
determined in a summary manner so as to carry out liberally the purposes and needs of the
district. If it appears to the satisfaction of the court, after having heard and determined
all of said exceptions, that the estimated cost of constructing the improvements contemplated
in the plan of water management or, in the case of a Public Law 566 watershed... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 16-13-231 Purposes and plan of apportionment. (a) In addition to all other appropriations
and apportionments of public school money now provided by law and made available for public
schools there shall be apportioned and paid to local boards of education from the Foundation
Program Fund, the amounts to be determined as hereinafter provided and in accordance with
regulations of the State Board of Education. This Foundation Program Fund shall be used principally:
(1) To aid in providing at least a 180 full instructional day minimum school term, or the
hourly equivalent thereof, except as otherwise provided in paragraph c. of subdivision (1)
of subsection (b); and, (2) To assist in the promotion of educational opportunity for all
children in the public schools. (b) The following requirements and procedures, supplemented
when necessary by regulations of the State Board of Education, shall govern the apportionment
of the fund: (1) REQUIREMENTS FOR PARTICIPATING IN FUND. In order for... - 14K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 41-10-44.3 Additional powers of authority. In addition to the powers granted to it
in Section 41-10-26 and in Sections 41-10-37 through 41-10-43, the authority shall have the
following powers: (1) To adopt and alter bylaws for the regulation and conduct of its affairs
and business; (2) To borrow money and to issue project obligations, whether or not the interest
thereon is excluded from gross income for federal income tax purposes, for the purpose of
financing project costs, and to provide for the rights of the purchasers, holders or owners
of its project obligations; (3) To execute and deliver mortgages, security agreements and
trust indentures and other forms of agreements for the purpose of securing its project obligations,
and in connection therewith, to mortgage, pledge or assign the revenues, receipts and other
property of the authority received, and the financing agreements entered into by the authority
in connection with, the financing of projects under this Article 2A;... - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 9-9-23 Appointment of district engineer, etc.; preparation, adoption, etc., of report
and water management plan for improvements in district. (a) Within 60 days after the district
is established, it shall be the duty of the board of water management commissioners to appoint
as district engineer a competent civil or agricultural engineer of good standing in his profession
who is familiar with the type of project involved if said engineer is needed or required by
the district. Such services of an engineer may not be required if engineering services are
furnished by a federal, state or local agency. (b) In case an engineer is needed or required,
it shall be the duty of the court of probate to refer the report of the preliminary survey
or other plans to the district engineer, who shall make a survey of the district and shall
prepare a report with plans for improvements for the district. Such report shall include maps,
profiles, specifications, estimates of cost and other data and... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 11-92B-10 Powers and duties of authority. An authority shall have the following powers
and duties together with all powers and duties incidental thereto or necessary to the discharge
thereof: (1) To sue or be sued and to prosecute and defend in any court of competent jurisdiction.
(2) To adopt and to use a corporate seal and to alter the seal at pleasure. (3) To adopt and
alter bylaws for the regulation and conduct of its affairs and business. (4) With respect
to property within the operational area of the authority, to acquire, receive, and take title
to by purchase, gift, lease, devise, or otherwise, to hold, keep, improve, maintain, and impose
restrictive covenants and land use controls, to engage in environmental remediation and restoration
efforts as required under applicable agreements with the United States Department of Defense,
to equip, furnish, develop, and to transfer, convey, donate, sell, lease, grant options to,
assign, encumber with easements and mortgages and... - 7K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 40-18-35 Deductions allowed to corporations. (a) The following items shall be deducted
from federal taxable income for purposes of computing taxable income under this chapter: (1)
Refunds of state and local income taxes. (2) Federal income tax paid or accrued during the
taxpayer's taxable year. The portion of federal income tax deductible by a corporation earning
income from sources both inside and outside of Alabama shall be determined by the ratio that
the corporation's taxable income, computed without the deduction for federal income tax, apportioned
and allocated to Alabama bears to the corporation's taxable income, computed without the deduction
for federal income tax, apportioned and allocated everywhere. (3) Interest income earned on
obligations of the United States. (4)a. Interest income earned on obligations of the State
of Alabama or its subdivisions or instrumentalities thereof to the extent included in gross
income for the purposes of federal income taxation. b.... - 9K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 35-8B-1 Definitions; sale of alcoholic beverages. (a) "Community development district"
shall mean a private residential development that: (1) Is a size of at least 250 acres of
contiguous land area; (2) has at least 100 residential sites, platted and recorded in the
probate office of the county as a residential subdivision; (3) has streets that were or will
be built with private funds; (4) has a social club with: (i) an 18-hole golf course of regulation
size; (ii) a restaurant or eatery used exclusively for the purpose of preparing and serving
meals, with a seating capacity of at least 60 patrons; (iii) social club memberships with
at least 100 paid-up members who have paid a membership initiation fee of not less than two
hundred fifty dollars ($250) per membership; (iv) membership policies whereby membership is
not denied or impacted by an applicant's race, color, creed, religion, or national origin;
and (v) a full-time management staff for the social activities of the club,... - 14K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 45-41-141 Definitions. (a) The following words and phrases used in this part, and others
evidently intended as the equivalent thereof, in the absence of clear implication herein otherwise,
shall be given the following respective interpretations herein: (1) AMENDMENT 392. That certain
amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended, proposed by Act 80-313 enacted
at the 1980 Regular Session of the Legislature. (2) AUTHORIZING AMENDMENT. That certain amendment
to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended, proposed by Act 88-479 enacted at the
1988 Regular Session of the Legislature. (3) CODE. The Code of Alabama 1975, as amended. (4)
COMMERCIAL BUILDING. Any building, structure, or other improvement to real property, excluding,
however, any dwelling that: a. Is subject to ad valorem taxation and has a fair market value,
according to the records of the tax assessor pertaining to state and county ad valorem taxation
for the fiscal or ad valorem tax year of the... - 8K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 11-89C-9 Powers of governing bodies. (a) A governing body shall proceed under this
chapter as a participant in the public corporation or individually, to adopt upon reasonable
public notice and following public hearing all necessary rules and regulations by resolution
or ordinance to implement this chapter and to specifically regulate and control storm water
discharges and eliminate the discharge of pollutants to its municipal separate storm sewers.
Provided, however, that all discharges originating from any lands or facilities owned or operated
by one or more entities under the jurisdiction and supervision of the Alabama Public Service
Commission are exempted from regulation under any local storm water management program and
shall be regulated exclusively by ADEM. Further, any commission non-jurisdictional electric
supplier, as defined by Section 37-4-140, whose service area extends beyond the boundaries
of a single municipal or county jurisdiction shall be exempted from the... - 8K - Match Info - Similar pages

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