Section 41-5A-6 Chief examiner - Recovery audits for overpayments of state funds. (a) For the
purposes of this section, the following words have the following meanings: (1) CHIEF EXAMINER.
The Chief Examiner of Public Accounts. (2) OVERPAYMENT. Any payment in excess of amounts due
and includes failure to meet eligibility requirements, failure to identify third party liability
where applicable, any payment for an ineligible good or service, any payment for a good or
service not received, duplicate payments, invoice and pricing errors, failure to apply discounts,
rebates, or other allowances, failure to comply with contracts or purchasing agreements, or
both, failure to provide adequate documentation or necessary signatures, or both, on documents,
or any other inadvertent error resulting in overpayment. (3) RECOVERY AUDIT. A financial management
technique used to identify overpayments made by a state agency with respect to individuals,
vendors, service providers, and other entities in...
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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...
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Section 16-26D-5 THIS SECTION WAS ASSIGNED BY THE CODE COMMISSIONER IN THE 2018 REGULAR SESSION,
EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2018. THIS IS NOT IN THE CURRENT CODE SUPPLEMENT. (a) The board of trustees
may perform the following functions: (1) Accept donations, bequests, or other forms of financial
assistance for educational purposes from any public or private person or agency and comply
with rules and regulations governing grants from the federal government or from any other
person or agency, which are not in contravention of the constitution and laws. (2) Purchase
or lease real estate and equipment and make improvements to facilities necessary for the use
of the school, in accordance with applicable law. (3) Lease land or other property belonging
to the board of trustees or to the school. (4) Sell or exchange land or other real property
not needed for school purposes, but only when specifically authorized by law and then only
in accordance with the procedures provided for the sale of unused...
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Section 22-5B-4 Alabama Lifespan Respite Resource Network. There is created the Alabama Lifespan
Respite Resource Network as the statewide entity that shall do the following: (1) Address
issues relating to respite care in our state. (2) Maintain a statewide system that facilitates
the availability and use of high quality, cost-effective lifespan respite services that provide
caregivers the break they need from caring for a loved one with disability or chronic illness.
(3) Develop and coordinate the Alabama Lifespan Respite Coalition. (4) Work in collaboration
with the eligible state agency and the Governor's Office to access funding through the federal
Lifespan Respite Care Act of 2006 (PL109-442). (5) Identify statewide respite care providers.
(6) Maintain a directory of respite services in Alabama and link family caregivers with respite
care providers and other types of respite-related programs. (7) Provide technical assistance
to community-based organizations and other entities that...
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Section 24-1A-2 Definitions. The following words and phrases used in this chapter, and others
evidently intended as the equivalent thereof, shall, in the absence of clear implication otherwise,
have the following respective meanings: (1) AUTHORITY. The public corporation and instrumentality
of the state organized pursuant to the provisions of this chapter. (2) AUTHORIZED INVESTMENTS.
Bonds or other obligations of, or guaranteed by, the United States of America or the state;
interest bearing bank and savings and loan association deposits; obligations of any agency
of the United States of America; any obligations in which a state chartered savings and loan
association may invest its funds; any agreement to repurchase any of the foregoing; or any
combination thereof. (3) BOARD OF DIRECTORS. The board of directors of the authority. (4)
BONDS. Bonds or other securities representing an obligation to pay money. (5) ELIGIBLE HOUSING
UNIT. Real and personal properties located in the state...
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Section 31-13-7 Receipt of state or local public benefits; verification of lawful presence
in the United States; violations; annual reports. (a) As used in this section, the following
terms have the following meanings: (1) EMERGENCY MEDICAL CONDITION. The same meaning as provided
in 42 U.S.C. § 1396b(v)(3). (2) FEDERAL PUBLIC BENEFITS. The same meaning as provided in
8 U.S.C. § 1611. (3) STATE OR LOCAL PUBLIC BENEFITS. The same meaning as provided in 8 U.S.C.
§ 1621. (b) An alien who is not lawfully present in the United States and who is not defined
as an alien eligible for public benefits under 8 U.S.C. § 1621(a) or 8 U.S.C. § 1641 shall
not receive any state or local public benefits. (c) Except as otherwise provided in subsection
(e) or where exempted by federal law, commencing on September 1, 2011, each agency or political
subdivision of the state shall verify with the federal government the lawful presence in the
United States of each alien who applies for state or local...
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Section 12-23A-9 Functions of Administrative Office of Courts. (a) The Administrative Office
of Courts, hereinafter AOC, shall assist in the planning, implementation, and development
of drug courts statewide. AOC shall make recommendations to the Alabama Supreme Court and
the Chief Justice concerning the legal, policy, and procedural issues confronting the drug
courts in the state. Nothing in this section shall impede the constitutional authority of
the district attorney. (b) AOC shall provide state-level coordination and support for drug
court judges and their programs and operate as a liaison between drug court judges and other
state-level agencies providing services to or benefitting from drug court programs. (c) The
Administrative Director of Courts shall make recommendations to the Chief Justice of the Alabama
Supreme Court concerning criteria for eligibility, the promulgation of procedural rules, the
establishment of guidelines for operation, and adoption of standards and...
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Section 16-33B-4 Basic powers and duties of the Alabama Commission on Higher Education for
the Alabama Guaranteed Student Loan Program. (a) Basic powers. The Alabama Commission on Higher
Education (ACHE) is authorized to administer the Alabama Guaranteed Student Loan Program in
accordance with the Federal Student Loan Law, and empowered to promulgate such rules, regulations,
policies, and procedures as may be reasonable and proper in order to carry out the provisions
and purposes of this chapter. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the ACHE is
authorized and empowered: (1) To establish regulations deemed necessary to comply with federal
regulations and legislation relative to guaranteed student loans and the Federal Student Loan
Law. (2) To establish eligibility criteria for participating postsecondary educational institutions.
(3) To establish reasonable eligibility criteria for the initial and continuing participation
of approved lenders in the student loan program. (4)...
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Section 2-3A-34 Expenses; disposition of proceeds. Upon order of the board of directors of
said authority, all expenses incurred in connection with the authorization, preparation, sale,
and issuance of bonds authorized herein and by Amendment 618 shall be paid out of the proceeds
thereof. The proceeds thereof remaining after payment of such expenses, together with the
income derived from the investment and reinvestment of such proceeds (including income derived
from the investment and reinvestment of previously derived income) shall be disbursed from
time to time on the order of said authority for payment of costs incurred in carrying out
the purposes authorized in said amendment, as follows: (1) the sum of $13,000,000 shall be
used for providing and improving animal diagnostic laboratories in the state in order to provide
improved animal health testing for livestock and poultry producers, veterinarians, animal
owners and animal-related businesses generally; (2) the sum of $18,200,000...
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Section 22-22A-5 Powers and functions of department; representation of department by Attorney
General in legal actions. In addition to any other powers and functions which may be conferred
upon it by law, the department is authorized beginning October 1, 1982 to: (1) Administer
appropriate portions of Sections 9-7-10 through 9-7-20, which relate to permitting, regulatory
and enforcement functions; administer and enforce the provisions and execute the functions
of Chapter 28 of this title; Chapter 22 of this title; Article 2 of Chapter 23 of this title;
Chapter 30 of this title; appropriate portions of Article 1 of Chapter 27 of this title; Sections
22-24-1 through 22-24-11; Sections 22-25-1 through 22-25-15; and Sections 22-36-1 through
22-36-10. (2) Acting through the Environmental Management Commission, promulgate rules, regulations,
and standards in order to carry out the provisions and intent of this chapter; provided, however,
that prior to the promulgation of any state primary or...
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