Municipal corporation means, in general terms, a status conferred upon a local government unit, by state law giving the unit certain autonomous operating authority such as the power of taxation, power of eminent domain, police power and regulatory power, and includes a joint economic development district or joint economic development zone that levies an income tax under section 715.691, 715.70, 715.71, or 715.74 of the Ohio Revised Code.
Examples of Municipal corporation in a sentence
Jain, “Vetting of Design and Drawing of electrical substation”, sponsored by Municipal corporation Sehore M.P.
More Definitions of Municipal corporation
Municipal corporation means a county, charter county, county road commission, township, charter township, city, village, school district, intermediate school district, community college district, metropolitan district, court district, public authority, or drainage district as defined in the drain code of 1956, Act No. 40 of the Public Acts of 1956, being sections 280.1 to 280.630 of the Michigan Compiled Laws, or any other local governmental authority or local agency with power to enter into contractual undertakings. For purposes of sections 5 to 12b, "municipal corporation" includes a public transportation corporation.
Municipal corporation means the Municipal Corporation and shall also include other concerned authorities that may recommend, comment upon, approve, sanction, modify and/or revise the Plans.