URBAN REDEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS LAW (EXCERPT)
Act 250 of 1941
125.916 Acquisition of real estate; methods; condemnation.
1. A redevelopment corporation may, whether before or after the certificates of approval of its development plan required by section 4 have been issued, acquire real property or secure options in its own name or in the name of nominees to acquire real property, by gift, grant, lease, purchase or otherwise.
2. A city may, upon request by a redevelopment corporation, and after a certificate of approval of condemnation with respect to the real property in question has been issued pursuant to sections 17 and 17a, acquire, or obligate itself to acquire, for such redevelopment corporation any real property included in such certificate of approval of condemnation, by condemnation. Real property acquired by a city for a redevelopment corporation shall be conveyed by such city to the redevelopment corporation upon payment to the city of all sums expended or required to be expended by the city in the acquisition of such real property, together with all costs which may have been incurred by the city.
3. The provisions of this act with respect to the condemnation of real property by a city for a redevelopment corporation shall prevail over the provisions of any other general, special or local law.
History: 1941, Act 250, Imd. Eff. June 16, 1941
CL 1948, 125.916
Am. 1968, Act 325, Imd. Eff. July 3, 1968
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