MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION (EXCERPT)
Act 3 of 1939
460.10o Securitization bond; direct interest in acquisition, ownership, and disposition not used in determining tax; obligations of electric utility successor; assignee or financing party as public utility.
(1) The acquisition, ownership, and disposition of any direct interest in any securitization bond shall not be taken into account in determining whether a person is subject to any income tax, franchise tax, business activities tax, intangible property tax, excise tax, stamp tax, or any other tax imposed by this state or any agency or political subdivision of this state.
(2) Any successor to an electric utility, whether pursuant to any bankruptcy, reorganization, or other insolvency proceeding or pursuant to any merger or acquisition, sale or transfer, by operation of law, as a result of electric utility restructuring or otherwise, shall perform and satisfy all obligations of the electric utility under the amendatory act that added this section in the same manner and to the same extent as the electric utility, including, but not limited to, collecting and paying to the person entitled to revenues with respect to the securitization property.
(3) An assignee or financing party shall not be considered to be a public utility or person providing electric service solely by virtue of the transactions described in this act.
History: Add. 2000, Act 142, Imd. Eff. June 5, 2000
Am. 2007, Act 180, Imd. Eff. Dec. 21, 2007
Popular Name: Customer Choice and Electricity Reliability Act
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