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THE GENERAL LAW VILLAGE ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 3 of 1895
73.3 Condemnation; record of proceedings; admissible as evidence.
If a verdict and judgment in an action under the uniform condemnation procedures act, 1980 PA 87, MCL 213.51 to 213.75, is rendered in favor of the village in the circuit court, then, after the verdict and judgment become final, unless the cause was discontinued, the village clerk shall procure copies of the judgment of the circuit court as well as of the verdict of the jury, and record them in a book of records kept by the village clerk. The book of records of the proceedings kept by the village clerk, or certified copies thereof, shall be admissible in evidence and have the same evidentiary effect as a copy of the order judgment or decree of the circuit court authenticated by the judge or clerk of the court under seal thereof, as provided in section 2106 of the revised judicature act of 1961, 1961 PA 236, MCL 600.2106.
History: 1895, Act 3, Imd. Eff. Feb. 19, 1895
CL 1897, 2912
Am. 1903, Act 176, Imd. Eff. June 4, 1903
CL 1915, 2786
CL 1929, 1695
CL 1948, 73.3
Am. 1998, Act 254, Imd. Eff. July 13, 1998
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