2006 Michigan Compiled Laws - Mich. Comp. Laws § 141.899 Building or combination of buildings; agreement to be subject to tourism marketing program; assessment.

REGIONAL TOURISM MARKETING ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 244 of 1989


141.899 Building or combination of buildings; agreement to be subject to tourism marketing program; assessment.

Sec. 9.

(1) An owner of a building or combination of buildings that is within a regional assessment district, that has less than 10 rooms or is located within 1 mile of a ski lift, and that otherwise meets the definition of a transient facility under this act may agree in writing to be subject to a tourism marketing program under this act. If an owner of a building or combination of buildings agrees to be subject to the tourism marketing program, the building or combination of buildings is considered a transient facility for the purposes of this act. The owner of the building or combination of buildings is considered an owner for the purposes of this act except that the owner is not eligible to vote in the referendum on the tourism marketing program. The owner shall otherwise participate in the tourism marketing program for that regional assessment district.

(2) A building or combination of buildings that is considered a transient facility under subsection (1) shall remain subject to an assessment imposed under this act until the assessment is discontinued as provided in section 8.


History: 1989, Act 244, Imd. Eff. Dec. 21, 1989



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