Michigan Laws 125.2203 - Resort district authority; establishment; inclusion of parcel of property; approval by resolution; nature and powers of authority; tax limitations
Michigan Laws > Chapter 125 > Act 59 of 1986 > § 125.2203 - Resort district authority; establishment; inclusion of parcel of property; approval by resolution; nature and powers of authority; tax limitations
(1) A township may establish a resort district authority. A parcel of property shall not be included in more than 1 authority created under this act. A parcel of property that is in a village shall not be included in a resort district established by a township except upon approval by resolution of the governing body of the village and subject to such conditions as may be set forth in the resolution.
(2) The authority shall be a public body corporate which may sue and be sued in any court of this state. The authority possesses all the powers necessary to carry out the purposes of its incorporation. The enumeration of a power in this act shall not be construed as a limitation upon the general powers of the authority.
(3) An authority is intended and shall be considered to be an authority the tax limitations of which are provided by charter or general law within the meaning of section 6 of article IX of the state constitution of 1963.