Section 39-2-12 Partial and final payments of contractors by awarding authorities. (a) As used
in this section the following words shall have the meanings ascribed to them as follows: (1)
CONTRACTOR. Any natural person, partnership, company, firm, corporation, association, limited
liability company, cooperative, or other legal entity licensed by the Alabama State Licensing
Board for General Contractors. (2) NONRESIDENT CONTRACTOR. A contractor which is neither a.
organized and existing under the laws of the State of Alabama, nor b. maintains its principal
place of business in the State of Alabama. A nonresident contractor which has maintained a
permanent branch office within the State of Alabama for at least five continuous years shall
not thereafter be deemed to be a nonresident contractor so long as the contractor continues
to maintain a branch office within Alabama. (3) RETAINAGE. That money belonging to the contractor
which has been retained by the awarding authority conditioned on...
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Section 41-10-451 Definitions. (1) AUTHORITY. The public corporation organized pursuant to
the provisions of this article. (2) BONDS. Those bonds, including refunding bonds, authorized
to be issued by the authority pursuant to act of the Legislature. (3) GOVERNMENT SECURITIES.
Any bonds or other obligations which as to principal and interest constitute direct obligations
of, or are unconditionally guaranteed by, the United States of America, including obligations
of any federal agency to the extent such obligations are unconditionally guaranteed by the
United States of America and any certificates or any other evidences of an ownership interest
in such obligations of, or unconditionally guaranteed by, the United States of America or
in specified portions thereof (which may consist of the principal thereof or the interest
thereon). (4) PERMITTED INVESTMENTS. (i) Government securities; (ii) bonds, debentures, notes
or other evidences of indebtedness issued by any of the following...
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Section 41-10-622 Definitions. When used in this division, the following terms shall have the
following meanings, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise: (1) APPROPRIATED FUNDS.
The tobacco revenues deposited in the special fund to the extent such revenues are appropriated
to the authority pursuant to Section 41-10-630. (2) AUTHORITY. The Alabama 21st Century Authority
authorized to be established pursuant to Section 41-10-623. (3) BONDS. Those bonds, including
refunding bonds, issued pursuant to this division. (4) GOVERNMENT SECURITIES. Any bonds or
other obligations which as the principal and interest constitute direct obligations of, or
are unconditionally guaranteed by, the United States of America, including obligations of
any federal agency to the extent such obligations are unconditionally guaranteed by the United
States of America and any certificates or any other evidences of an ownership interest in
such obligations of, or unconditionally guaranteed by, the United...
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Section 45-13-41 License requirements; operation of massage parlor; unlawful activities; violations.
(a) The provisions of this section shall apply to all counties having a population of not
less than 26,000 nor more than 26,800 inhabitants according to the 1970 or any subsequent
federal decennial census. (b) The following words and terms as used in this section shall,
unless the context requires a different meaning, have the meanings respectively ascribed to
them by this section: (1) The term "massage parlor" shall mean any establishment,
building, room, or place other than a regularly licensed hospital, medical clinic, nursing
home, or dispensary, the offices of a physician, a surgeon, or an osteopath, where non-medical,
non-surgical, non-osteopathic, and non-chiropractic manipulative exercises, massages, or procedures
are practiced upon the human body, or any part thereof, for other than cosmetic or beautifying
purposes, with or without the use of mechanical or other devices, by...
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Section 9-16-127 Acquisition and disposition of lands. (a) The director, with the approval
of the Secretary of Interior, may acquire title in the name of the state to any land or interest
therein by purchase, donation, or condemnation if such land or interest is adversely affected
by past coal mining practices and upon a determination that acquisition of such land is necessary
to successful reclamation and that: (1) The acquired land after restoration, reclamation,
abatement, control or prevention of the adverse effects of past coal mining practices will
serve recreation and historical purposes, conservation and reclamation purposes or provide
open space benefits; and (2) Permanent facilities such as a treatment plant or a relocated
stream channel will be constructed on the land for restoration, reclamation, abatement, control
or prevention of the adverse effects of past coal mining practices; or (3) Acquisition of
coal refuse disposal sites and all coal refuse thereon will serve the...
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Section 16-13-304 Terms and conditions; sale; use of proceeds. (a)(1) Warrants issued pursuant
to this article may be in the denomination or denominations; shall have a maturity or maturities
not exceeding 30 years from their date; may bear interest from their date at the rate or rates
payable in the manner and at the times; may be payable at the place or places within or without
the State of Alabama; may be sold for such price and in the manner as provided in this article;
and may contain the terms not in conflict with the provisions of this article; all as the
board may provide in the proceedings pursuant to which the warrants are authorized to be issued.
(2)(i) The board may provide that the warrants shall bear interest at a rate or rates fixed
at the time of the issuance thereof. (ii) With the prior, specific approval of the State Superintendent,
given as provided in this article, the board may provide that the warrants shall bear interest
at rates which may be changed from time to...
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Section 35-8A-410 Escrow of deposits. (a) As used in this section, except as otherwise provided,
the following terms shall have the following meanings: (1) HARD COSTS. Any and all costs associated
with the actual building and construction of the condominium project, including, but not limited
to, site preparation, building materials, shell features, interior enclosures, fit-out costs,
mechanical and electrical systems, and fixtures. The term hard costs does not include financing
costs, compensation paid to architects, engineers, consultants, sales persons, or attorneys
or for advertising or other marketing costs. (2) QUALIFIED PURCHASER. a. An individual, a
group of individuals, or an entity owned directly or indirectly solely by individuals where
each individual shall have an income of more than two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000)
for the calendar year immediately preceding the date of the purchaser's signing of the purchase
contract, or a joint income with his or her spouse of...
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Section 40-9B-4 Authorization of abatement. (a) Noneducational ad valorem taxes, construction
related transaction taxes, except those local construction related transaction taxes levied
for educational purposes or for capital improvements for education, and mortgage and recording
taxes, or payments required to be made in lieu thereof, and in the case of a qualifying industrial
or research enterprise described in Section 40-9B-3(a)(10)e. which is owned by an entity organized
under Chapter 6 of Title 37, or by an authority both organized and existing pursuant to Chapter
50A of Title 11, and subject to the payments required to be made in lieu of ad valorem, sales,
use, license, and severance taxes imposed by Section 11-50A-7, in addition to the foregoing,
all other ad valorem taxes, or payments required to be made in lieu thereof, imposed by the
state, counties, municipalities, and other taxing jurisdictions of Alabama, may be abated
with respect to private use industrial property and...
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Section 45-23A-22 Television cable system. (a) The provisions of this section shall apply only
to the City of Daleville in Dale County. (b) The municipal corporation of the City of Daleville
in Dale County shall have the right to establish, purchase, construct, maintain, and operate
a television cable system and to furnish television cable service to their residents and residents
of surrounding territory. (c) The municipal corporation is authorized to construct, lease,
purchase, or otherwise acquire television lines or cables for the furnishing of television
service from any point in this state or any other state to the municipal corporation and surrounding
territory. (d) For the purposes of this section such municipal corporation may exercise the
right of eminent domain. Such eminent domain proceedings shall be conducted in the manner
now provided by law. (e)(l) In payment for the purchase, construction, acquisition, extension,
or maintenance of the television cable system, the...
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Section 45-37A-230 Demolition of unsafe buildings. (a) The City of Homewood shall have authority,
after notice as provided herein, to move or demolish buildings and structures, or parts of
buildings and structures, party walls, and foundations when the same are found by the governing
body of the city to be unsafe to the extent of being a public nuisance from any cause. (b)
The term appropriate city official as used in this section shall mean any city official or
city employee designated by the mayor or other chief executive officer of such city as the
person to exercise the authority and perform the duties delegated by this section to appropriate
city official. Whenever the appropriate city official of such city shall find that any building,
structure, part of building or structure, party wall, or foundation situated in any such city
is unsafe to the extent that it is a public nuisance, such official shall give the person
or persons, firm, association, or corporation last assessing the...
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