MCL - Section 207.852

COMMERCIAL REHABILITATION ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 210 of 2005


207.852 Commercial rehabilitation exemption certificate; revocation; transfer to subsequent owner.

Sec. 12.

    (1) The legislative body of the qualified local governmental unit may, by resolution, revoke the commercial rehabilitation exemption certificate of a facility if it finds that the completion of rehabilitation of the qualified facility has not occurred within the time authorized by the legislative body in the exemption certificate or a duly authorized extension of that time, or that the holder of the commercial rehabilitation exemption certificate has not proceeded in good faith with the operation of the qualified facility in a manner consistent with the purposes of this act and in the absence of circumstances that are beyond the control of the holder of the exemption certificate.
    (2) Upon receipt of a request by certified mail to the legislative body of the qualified local governmental unit by the holder of a commercial rehabilitation exemption certificate requesting revocation of the certificate, the legislative body of the qualified local governmental unit may, by resolution, revoke the certificate.
    (3) Upon the written request of the holder of a revoked commercial rehabilitation exemption certificate to the legislative body of the qualified local governmental unit and the commission or upon the application of a subsequent owner to the legislative body of the qualified local governmental unit to transfer the revoked commercial rehabilitation exemption certificate to a subsequent owner, and the submission to the commission of a resolution of concurrence by the legislative body of the qualified local governmental unit in which the qualified facility is located, and if the qualified facility continues to qualify under this act, the commission may reinstate a revoked commercial rehabilitation exemption certificate for the holder or a subsequent owner that has applied for the transfer.


History: 2005, Act 210, Imd. Eff. Nov. 17, 2005 ;-- Am. 2018, Act 250, Imd. Eff. June 28, 2018