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Section 11-49B-7 Powers of authority. The authority shall exercise, subject to this chapter,
the following powers and duties necessary to the discharge of its powers and duties in corporate
form: (1) To have succession by its corporate name for the duration of time, which may be
perpetual, subject to the provisions of Section 11-49B-19 specified in its certificate of
incorporation. (2) To sue and be sued in its own name in civil suits and actions and to defend
suits against it. (3) To adopt and make use of a corporate seal and to alter the seal at pleasure.
(4) To adopt and alter bylaws for the regulation and conduct of its affairs and business.
(5) To acquire, receive, and take, by purchase, gift, lease, devise, or otherwise, and to
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)
To make, enter into, and execute contracts, agreements, leases, and... - 10K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 13A-8-1 Definitions. The following definitions are applicable in this article unless
the context otherwise requires: (1) DECEPTION occurs when a person knowingly: a. Creates or
confirms another's impression which is false and which the defendant does not believe to be
true; or b. Fails to correct a false impression which the defendant previously has created
or confirmed; or c. Fails to correct a false impression when the defendant is under a duty
to do so; or d. Prevents another from acquiring information pertinent to the disposition of
the property involved; or e. Sells or otherwise transfers or encumbers property, failing to
disclose a lien, adverse claim, or other legal impediment to the enjoyment of the property
when the defendant is under a duty to do so, whether that impediment is or is not valid, or
is not a matter of official record; or f. Promises performance which the defendant does not
intend to perform or knows will not be performed. Failure to perform, standing... - 8K - Match Info - Similar pages

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,
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Section 40-9F-32 Procedures for rehabilitation of qualified structures; tax credits; review;
audit; fees; report to Legislature. (a) The commission shall develop standards for the approval
of the substantial rehabilitation of qualified structures for which a tax credit is sought.
The standards shall take into account whether the substantial rehabilitation of a qualified
structure is consistent with the historic character of the structure or of the Registered
Historic District in which the property is located. (b) Prior to beginning any substantial
rehabilitation work on a qualified structure, the owner shall submit an application and rehabilitation
plan to the commission and an estimate of the qualified rehabilitation expenditures under
the rehabilitation plan; provided, however, that the owner, at its own risk, may incur qualified
rehabilitation expenditures no earlier than six months prior to the submission of the application
and rehabilitation plan that are limited to architectural,... - 10K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 7-9A-102 Definitions and index of definitions. (a) Article 9A definitions. In this
article: (1) "Accession" means goods that are physically united with other goods
in such a manner that the identity of the original goods is not lost. (2) "Account,"
except as used in "account for," means a right to payment of a monetary obligation,
whether or not earned by performance, (i) for property that has been or is to be sold, leased,
licensed, assigned, or otherwise disposed of, (ii) for services rendered or to be rendered,
(iii) for a policy of insurance issued or to be issued, (iv) for a secondary obligation incurred
or to be incurred, (v) for energy provided or to be provided, (vi) for the use or hire of
a vessel under a charter or other contract, (vii) arising out of the use of a credit or charge
card or information contained on or for use with the card, or (viii) as winnings in a lottery
or other game of chance operated or sponsored by a State, governmental unit of a State, or... - 29K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 9-16-90 Environmental protection performance standards. (a) Any permit issued pursuant
to this article to conduct surface mining operations shall require that such surface coal
mining operations will meet all applicable performance standards of this article, and such
other requirements as the regulatory authority shall promulgate. (b) General performance standards
shall be applicable to all surface coal mining and reclamation operations and shall require
the operation as a minimum to: (1) Conduct surface coal mining operations so as to maximize
the utilization and conservation of the solid fuel resource being recovered so that reaffecting
the land in the future through surface coal mining can be minimized; (2) Restore the land
affected to a condition capable of supporting the uses which it was capable of supporting
prior to any mining, or higher or better uses of which there is reasonable likelihood, so
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Section 34-13-56 Grounds for revocation, suspension, or refusal to issue or renew licenses,
etc.; hearing; fines. (a) The board may refuse to license any person or establishment for
violation of this chapter. If the board refuses to issue, grant, or renew a license based
on a violation of this chapter, including, but not limited to, violations listed in subsection
(c), the licensee or prospective licensee may request a public hearing before the board to
appeal the action of the board. The request for a public hearing shall be submitted to the
board in writing within 14 calendar days after the date of the refusal. Upon request, the
board shall provide the licensee or prospective licensee with 20 days' notice of the public
hearing by United States certified mail. The public hearing shall be conducted pursuant to
Section 34-13-26. (b) A public hearing conducted pursuant to Section 34-13-26 shall be provided
by the board to any licensee for whom the board is considering the probation,... - 8K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 34-29-61 Definitions. For the purposes of this article, the following terms shall have
the following meanings ascribed by this section: (1) ACCREDITED SCHOOL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE.
Any veterinary college or division of a university or college that offers the degree of doctor
of veterinary medicine or its equivalent and is accredited by the American Veterinary Medical
Association (AVMA). (2) ANIMAL. Any animal or mammal other than man, including birds, fish,
reptiles, wild or domestic, living or dead. (3) APPLICANT. A person who files an application
to be licensed to practice veterinary medicine or licensed as a veterinary technician. (4)
BOARD. Alabama State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners. (5) CONSULTING VETERINARIAN. A
veterinarian licensed in another state who gives advice or demonstrates techniques to a licensed
Alabama veterinarian or group of licensed Alabama veterinarians. A consulting veterinarian
shall not utilize this privilege to circumvent the law. (6) DIRECT... - 12K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 36-29-1 Definitions. When used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the
following meanings, respectively, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise: (1) BOARD.
The State Employees' Insurance Board. (2) CLASS. An employee or retiree shall be included
in one of the following classes: (i) active employee single, (ii) active employee family,
(iii) non-Medicare retiree single, (iv) non-Medicare retiree family, (v) Medicare retiree
single, (vi) Medicare retiree family, (vii) non-Medicare retiree with Medicare eligible dependent(s),
or (viii) Medicare retiree with non-Medicare dependent(s). (3) EMPLOYEE. A person who works
full time for the State of Alabama or for a county health department and who receives his
or her full compensation on a monthly basis through means of a state warrant drawn upon the
State Treasury or by check drawn by the Treasurer of the Alabama State Port Authority or by
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Section 12-15-314 Dispositions for dependent children. (a) If a child is found to be dependent,
the juvenile court may make any of the following orders of disposition to protect the welfare
of the child: (1) Permit the child to remain with the parent, legal guardian, or other legal
custodian of the child, subject to conditions and limitations as the juvenile court may prescribe.
(2) Place the child under protective supervision under the Department of Human Resources.
(3) Transfer legal custody to any of the following: a. The Department of Human Resources.
b. A local public or private agency, organization, or facility willing and able to assume
the education, care, and maintenance of the child and which is licensed by the Department
of Human Resources or otherwise authorized by law to receive and provide care for the child.
c. A relative or other individual who, after study by the Department of Human Resources, is
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