Section 23-1-279 Nonconforming signs - Removal and payment of compensation generally. (a) Signs
outside of business areas which are lawfully in existence on February 10, 1972, but which
do not conform to the requirements in this division, are declared nonconforming and, subject
to Sections 23-1-280, 23-1-281, and 23-1-282, shall be removed by the sign owner and/or property
owner under agreement with the director, or under the authority of the director, upon agreement
between the parties as to just compensation. In the event no agreement can be reached as to
just compensation, the sign shall be removed and payment made therefor through petition filed
in probate court in accordance with Section 23-1-282. Outdoor advertising signs, displays,
or devices with the purpose of their message being read from the main-traveled way of any
interstate highway or primary highway erected prior to April 11, 1978, outside of an urban
area and beyond 660 feet of the edge of the right-of-way of such...
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Section 32-1-1.1 Definitions. The following words and phrases when used in this title, for
the purpose of this title, shall have meanings respectively ascribed to them in this section,
except when the context otherwise requires: (1) ALLEY. A street or highway intended to provide
access to the rear or side of lots or buildings in urban districts and not intended for the
purpose of through vehicular traffic. (2) ARTERIAL STREET. Any United States or state numbered
route, controlled-access highway, or other major radial or circumferential street or highway
designated by local authorities within their respective jurisdictions as part of a major arterial
system of streets or highways. (3) AUTHORIZED EMERGENCY VEHICLE. Such fire department vehicles,
police vehicles, and ambulances as are publicly owned, and such other publicly or privately
owned vehicles as are designated by the Secretary of the Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency
or the chief of police of an incorporated city. (4) BICYCLE....
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Section 23-1-282 Nonconforming signs - Just compensation - To whom paid; agreements; civil
actions. (a) Compensation required under the provisions of Sections 23-1-280 and 23-1-281
shall be paid to the person or persons entitled thereto. If the director and the owner or
owners reach an agreement on the amount of compensation payable to such owner or owners in
respect to any removal or relocation, the director may pay such compensation to the owner
or owners and thereby acquire or terminate his rights or interest as by purchase; provided,
that any sign, display or device lawfully in existence along the interstate system or the
federal-aid primary system on February 10, 1971, which is not in conformity with the provisions
contained in this division shall not be required to be removed until just compensation has
been paid therefor. Notwithstanding any other provision of this division, no sign, display
or device otherwise required to be removed under this division, for which just...
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Section 34-27-36 Disciplinary action - Generally. (a) The commission or its staff may on its
own, or on the verified complaint in writing of any person, investigate the actions and records
of a licensee. The commission may issue subpoenas and compel the testimony of witnesses and
the production of records and documents during an investigation. If probable cause is found,
a formal complaint shall be filed and the commission shall hold a hearing on the formal complaint.
The commission shall revoke or suspend the license or impose a fine of not less than one hundred
dollars ($100) nor more than two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500), or both, or reprimand
the licensee in each instance in which the licensee is found guilty of any of the following
acts set out in this section. The commission may revoke or suspend a license until such time
as the licensee has completed an approved continuing education course and/or made restitution
to accounts containing funds to be held for other...
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Section 19-3B-816 Specific powers of trustee. (a) Without limiting the authority conferred
by Section 19-3B-815, a trustee may: (1) collect trust property and accept or reject additions
to the trust property from a settlor or any other person, including, but not being limited
to, the authority to receive, collect, hold, and retain common or preferred stock or other
interests in the trustee or any related party; (2) acquire or sell property, for cash or on
credit, at public or private sale; (3) exchange, partition, or otherwise change the character
of trust property; (4) deposit trust money in an account in a regulated financial-service
institution; (5) borrow money, with or without security, and mortgage or pledge trust property
for a period within or extending beyond the duration of the trust; (6) with respect to an
interest in a proprietorship, partnership, limited liability company, business trust, corporation,
or other form of business or enterprise, continue the business or other...
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Section 37-14-33 Retail electric service within municipalities. (a) Primary supplier's option
to acquire facilities within existing municipal limits. - The primary electric supplier within
each municipality shall, at its option, have the right to acquire all distribution facilities
of any secondary electric supplier used to supply retail electric service within the existing
municipal limits and shall have the right to serve all premises within the existing municipal
limits of such municipality subject to the provisions of subdivisions (a)(1) through (a)(5).
Except as authorized in this section, no secondary electric supplier shall extend facilities
to serve existing or new premises within the existing municipal limits of the municipality.
(1) The primary electric supplier must announce its intention to exercise its option to acquire
the distribution facilities of secondary electric suppliers by giving written notice by registered
or certified mail to the affected secondary suppliers...
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Section 11-32-7 Powers of authority. (a) The authority shall exercise powers and duties necessary
to the discharge of its powers and duties in corporate form as follows: (1) Have succession
by its corporate name in perpetuity subject to Section 11-32-20. (2) Sue and be sued in its
own name in civil suits and actions and defend suits against it. (3) Adopt and make use of
a corporate seal and alter the same at its pleasure. (4) Adopt and alter bylaws for the regulation
and conduct of its affairs and business. (5) Acquire, receive, take, by purchase, gift, lease,
devise, or otherwise, and hold property of every description, real, personal, or mixed, whether
located in one or more counties or municipalities and whether located within or outside the
authorizing county. (6) Make, enter into, and execute contracts, agreements, leases, and other
instruments and take other actions as may be necessary or convenient to accomplish any purpose
for which the authority was organized, or exercise any...
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Section 45-8-90 Economic Development Council - Creation; composition; powers and duties. (a)(1)
For the purposes of promoting industry and trade and economic development and to assist Calhoun
County and the municipalities located therein in their pursuits therefor and to provide for
the exercise by the county and the municipalities of certain powers and authority proposed
to be granted to them by an amendment to the Constitution of Alabama, the act proposing such
amendment being adopted at the same session of the Legislature at which the act adding this
section was adopted, there is hereby created an economic development council for Calhoun County,
which council shall constitute a public corporation under the name Calhoun County Economic
Development Council. (2) This section shall be liberally construed in conformity with the
purposes. (b)(1) The powers and authorities of the Calhoun County Economic Development Council
shall be vested in and performed by a board of directors. (2) The...
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Section 23-1-278 Enforcement of division generally. (a) Any sign erected or maintained in an
adjacent area after February 10, 1972, and any outdoor advertising sign, display, or device
erected with the purpose of its message being read from the main-traveled way of any interstate
highway or primary highway outside of an urban area and beyond 660 feet of the right-of-way
after April 11, 1978, in violation of the provisions of this division or the rules and regulations
promulgated under the provisions of this division may be removed by the director upon 30 days'
prior notice by certified or registered mail to the owner thereof and to the owner of the
land on which said sign is located or through court proceedings at the option of the director.
No notice shall be required to be given to the owner of the sign or to a property owner whose
name is not stated on the sign or on the structure on which it is displayed or whose address
is not stated thereon and is not on file with the director....
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Section 35-11-451 Brokers lien generally; recording notice; notice requirements; enforcement
of lien. (a) A real estate broker shall have a lien, in the amount of the compensation agreed
upon by and between the broker and his or her client, upon commercial real estate or any interest
therein which is subject to and described in the brokerage agreement and owned by a client
or by a party whose commercial real estate may be liened if different from the client who
has received written notice from the broker in conformity with subsection (f) prior to obtaining
an interest in the commercial real estate through a purchase, lease, or conveyance. Commercial
real estate, or an interest therein, acquired by a person other than a client prior to receipt
of the notice from the broker required by this division is not subject to the lien provided
by this division. The lien shall arise: (1) Upon the satisfaction of each of: a. Conveyance
of the commercial real estate identified in and subject to the...
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