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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 26587-26590



26587.  A district may use the Improvement Act of 1911 (commencing
with Section 5000 of the Streets and Highways Code) or the Municipal
Improvement Act of 1913 (commencing with Section 10000 of the Streets
and Highways Code) or the Improvement Bond Act of 1915 (commencing
with Section 8500 of the Streets and Highways Code) to pay the costs
of an improvement pursuant to this division.



26588.  The powers and duties conferred by the Improvement Act of
1911 or the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913 or the Improvement Bond
Act of 1915 on the various boards, officers, and agents of cities
shall be exercised by the corresponding boards, officers, and agents
of the district.


26589.  In the application of the Improvement Act of 1911 or the
Municipal Improvement Act of 1913 or the Improvement Bond Act of 1915
to proceedings instituted by a district, the terms used in the
Improvement Act of 1911 or the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913 or
the Improvement Bond Act of 1915 have the following meanings:
   (a) "City council" or "council" or "legislative body" means the
board of directors of the district.
   (b) "Municipality" or "city" means the district.
   (c) "Clerk" or "city clerk" means the clerk of the district.
   (d) "Superintendent of streets," "street superintendent," or "city
engineer" means any person appointed by the board to perform or
effect an improvement.
   (e) "Tax collector" means the county tax collector.
   (f) "Treasurer" or "city treasurer" means the treasurer of the
district.
   (g) "Mayor" means the board of directors or an officer of the
district to whom such powers and duties are delegated by the board of
directors.
   (h) "Right-of-way" means any parcel of land in, on, under, or
through which a right-of-way or easement has been granted to the
district for the purpose of performing or effecting an improvement.



26590.  Any certificates or documents required by the Improvement
Act of 1911 or the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913 or the
Improvement Bond Act of 1915 to be filed or recorded in the office of
the superintendent of streets or street superintendent shall be
filed or recorded in the office of the clerk of the district.



State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 26587-26590

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 26587-26590



26587.  A district may use the Improvement Act of 1911 (commencing
with Section 5000 of the Streets and Highways Code) or the Municipal
Improvement Act of 1913 (commencing with Section 10000 of the Streets
and Highways Code) or the Improvement Bond Act of 1915 (commencing
with Section 8500 of the Streets and Highways Code) to pay the costs
of an improvement pursuant to this division.



26588.  The powers and duties conferred by the Improvement Act of
1911 or the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913 or the Improvement Bond
Act of 1915 on the various boards, officers, and agents of cities
shall be exercised by the corresponding boards, officers, and agents
of the district.


26589.  In the application of the Improvement Act of 1911 or the
Municipal Improvement Act of 1913 or the Improvement Bond Act of 1915
to proceedings instituted by a district, the terms used in the
Improvement Act of 1911 or the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913 or
the Improvement Bond Act of 1915 have the following meanings:
   (a) "City council" or "council" or "legislative body" means the
board of directors of the district.
   (b) "Municipality" or "city" means the district.
   (c) "Clerk" or "city clerk" means the clerk of the district.
   (d) "Superintendent of streets," "street superintendent," or "city
engineer" means any person appointed by the board to perform or
effect an improvement.
   (e) "Tax collector" means the county tax collector.
   (f) "Treasurer" or "city treasurer" means the treasurer of the
district.
   (g) "Mayor" means the board of directors or an officer of the
district to whom such powers and duties are delegated by the board of
directors.
   (h) "Right-of-way" means any parcel of land in, on, under, or
through which a right-of-way or easement has been granted to the
district for the purpose of performing or effecting an improvement.



26590.  Any certificates or documents required by the Improvement
Act of 1911 or the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913 or the
Improvement Bond Act of 1915 to be filed or recorded in the office of
the superintendent of streets or street superintendent shall be
filed or recorded in the office of the clerk of the district.




State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 26587-26590

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 26587-26590



26587.  A district may use the Improvement Act of 1911 (commencing
with Section 5000 of the Streets and Highways Code) or the Municipal
Improvement Act of 1913 (commencing with Section 10000 of the Streets
and Highways Code) or the Improvement Bond Act of 1915 (commencing
with Section 8500 of the Streets and Highways Code) to pay the costs
of an improvement pursuant to this division.



26588.  The powers and duties conferred by the Improvement Act of
1911 or the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913 or the Improvement Bond
Act of 1915 on the various boards, officers, and agents of cities
shall be exercised by the corresponding boards, officers, and agents
of the district.


26589.  In the application of the Improvement Act of 1911 or the
Municipal Improvement Act of 1913 or the Improvement Bond Act of 1915
to proceedings instituted by a district, the terms used in the
Improvement Act of 1911 or the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913 or
the Improvement Bond Act of 1915 have the following meanings:
   (a) "City council" or "council" or "legislative body" means the
board of directors of the district.
   (b) "Municipality" or "city" means the district.
   (c) "Clerk" or "city clerk" means the clerk of the district.
   (d) "Superintendent of streets," "street superintendent," or "city
engineer" means any person appointed by the board to perform or
effect an improvement.
   (e) "Tax collector" means the county tax collector.
   (f) "Treasurer" or "city treasurer" means the treasurer of the
district.
   (g) "Mayor" means the board of directors or an officer of the
district to whom such powers and duties are delegated by the board of
directors.
   (h) "Right-of-way" means any parcel of land in, on, under, or
through which a right-of-way or easement has been granted to the
district for the purpose of performing or effecting an improvement.



26590.  Any certificates or documents required by the Improvement
Act of 1911 or the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913 or the
Improvement Bond Act of 1915 to be filed or recorded in the office of
the superintendent of streets or street superintendent shall be
filed or recorded in the office of the clerk of the district.



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