Section 2-5A-14 Lease of space or facilities; remedies upon default. To assure the liquidation
of the costs incurred in the installation of facilities at farmers' markets, notwithstanding
Article 3 (commencing with Section 9-15-70) of Chapter 15 of Title 9, the commissioner, with
approval of the Board of Agriculture and Industries, may enter into contracts whereby persons
who desire space or facilities at the markets may lease the facilities or space as necessary
for their operation for a term not exceeding 30 years. The contract or lease, or both, shall
contain provisions for the termination of the contract or lease, or both, upon the breach
of the conditions therein or upon the failure to comply with the rules promulgated by the
commissioner. The venue of any action resulting from the termination of such a lease or contract,
or both, shall be in Montgomery County. If there be any default by the municipality, county,
state, or any public corporation or state agency in the payment of...
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Section 23-1-40 Duties and powers generally. (a) It shall be the duty of the Department of
Transportation to designate the roads to be constructed, repaired, and maintained and to construct,
standardize, repair, and maintain roads and bridges of this state; and it shall have authority
to make contracts or agreements to construct or pave the roadway only of the street or streets
which will serve to connect the state highway constructed or repaired by the department within
any municipality in the State of Alabama. (b) In such municipalities in which the Department
of Transportation has not designated the street or streets which are a part of the state highways
constructed or repaired by the department, it shall be the duty of the department to designate
such street or streets. The department may also cooperate or contract with any municipality
or county in the paving or improving of any street or streets, highway or highways, or walkway
or walkways upon which a state educational or...
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Section 23-7-6 Funding; pledge of revenues. (a) The following sources may be used to capitalize
the bank and for the bank to carry out its purposes: (1) An annual contribution, as determined
by the Director of the Department of Transportation and approved by the Governor, of an amount
not to exceed revenues produced by one cent ($.01) a gallon of the tax on gasoline imposed
pursuant to subdivision (1) of subsection (a) of Section 40-17-325. Any funds contributed
pursuant to this subdivision shall be derived from the gasoline tax proceeds collected during
the fiscal year remaining in the Public Road and Bridge Fund after distributions of the tax
to the cities and counties. (2) An annual contribution, as determined by the Director of the
Department of Transportation and approved by the Governor, of an amount of the revenues collected
during the fiscal year pursuant to Section 40-12-248, not to exceed the balance remaining
in the Public Road and Bridge Fund pursuant to Section...
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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,...
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Section 41-10-36 Definitions. Unless the context requires otherwise, the terms defined in this
section shall have the following meanings for purposes of this division: (1) AFFECTED BOND.
Any obligation or portion thereof which is required under the terms of the code to receive
an allocation of the state ceiling as a condition for the exclusion of interest on such obligation
from the gross income of the recipient thereof for federal income tax purposes. (2) ALLOCATION.
An allocation of a portion of the state ceiling issued by the authority pursuant to the provisions
of this division. (3) APPLICATION. An application for an allocation, submitted by an issuer
under the provisions of this division. (4) APPLICATION FOR CARRYFORWARD ALLOCATION. Any application
filed with the authority seeking an elective carryforward of unused limitation for a "carryforward
purpose" as defined in Section 146(f)(5) of the code. (5) AUTHORITY. The State Industrial
Development Authority, a public corporation of...
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Section 45-27A-31.01 Definitions. The following words and phrases used in this part, and others
evidently intended as the equivalent thereof, shall, in the absence of clear implication herein
otherwise, be given the following respective interpretations herein: (1) APPLICANT. A natural
person who files a written application with the governing body of the city in accordance with
the provisions of Section 45-27A-31.03. (2) AUTHORITY. The Brewton Development Authority,
a public corporation organized pursuant to this part. (3) AUTHORIZING RESOLUTION. A resolution
adopted by the governing body of the city in accordance with Section 45-27A-31.03, that authorizes
the incorporation of the authority. (4) BOARD. The board of directors of the authority. (5)
BONDS. Includes bonds, notes, and certificates representing an obligation to pay money. (6)
CITY. The City of Brewton, Alabama. (7) DIRECTOR. A member of the board of the authority.
(8) GOVERNING BODY. With respect to the city, its city...
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Section 45-8A-111.01 Definitions. The following words and phrases used in this part, and others
evidently intended as the equivalent thereof, shall, in the absence of clear implication herein
otherwise, be given the following respective interpretations herein: (1) "Applicant"
means a natural person who files a written application with the governing body of the city
in accordance with the provisions of Section 45-8A-111.03. (2) "Authority" means
the Oxford Downtown Development Authority, a public corporation organized pursuant to this
part. (3) "Authorizing resolution" means a resolution adopted by the governing body
of the city in accordance with Section 45-8A-111.03, that authorizes the incorporation of
the authority. (4) "Board" means the board of directors of the authority. (5) "Bonds"
means and shall include bonds, notes, and certificates representing an obligation to pay money.
(6) "City" means the City of Oxford, Alabama. (7) "Director" means a member
of the board of the...
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Section 8-19A-4 Exemptions. The provisions of this chapter do not apply to: (1) A person engaging
in commercial telephone solicitation where the solicitation is an isolated transaction and
not done in the course of a pattern of repeated transactions of like nature. (2) A person
making calls for religious, charitable, political, educational, or other noncommercial purposes
or a person soliciting for a nonprofit corporation if that corporation is properly registered
with the Secretary of State and is included within the exemption of the Alabama Revenue Code
or Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or rural electric cooperatives formed under
Chapter 6 of Title 37 of the Code of Alabama or affiliates or subsidiaries thereof. (3) A
person soliciting: a. Without the intent to complete or obtain provisional acceptance of a
sale during the telephone solicitation. b. Who does not make the major sales presentation
during the telephone solicitation. c. Without the intent to complete, and...
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Section 11-28-1.1 Definitions. As used in this chapter, the following words and phrases shall
have the following respective meanings, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise: (1)
COSTS. When used with reference to or in connection with any public facility or any portion
thereof, include all or any part of the cost of acquiring, constructing, altering, enlarging,
extending, reconstructing, or remodeling such public facility, including the cost of all lands,
structures, real or personal property, rights, rights-of-way, franchises, easements, permits,
licenses, and interests acquired or used for, in connection with or with respect to such public
facility, the cost of demolishing or removing any buildings or structures on land so acquired,
including the cost of acquiring land to which such buildings or structures may be moved, the
cost of all machinery, equipment, furniture, furnishings, and fixtures acquired or used for,
in connection with or with respect to such public facility,...
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Section 11-81-21 Investment of funds obligation in which sinking funds may be invested. Any
municipal funds or county funds not presently needed for other purposes may be invested in
any obligations in which sinking funds are now authorized to be invested, pursuant to Section
11-81-19, and in addition in any of the following: (1) Direct obligations of (including obligations
issued or held in book entry form on the books of) the Department of the Treasury of the United
States of America; (2) Obligations of any of the following federal agencies, which obligations
represent the full faith and credit of the United States of America: a. Farmers Home Administration.
b. General Services Administration. c. U. S. Maritime Administration. d. Small Business Administration.
e. Government National Mortgage Association (GNMA). f. U. S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development (HUD). g. Federal Housing Administration (FHA). (3) U. S. dollar denominated deposit
accounts and certificates of deposit...
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