2006 Michigan Compiled Laws - Act 383 of 1980


CONVENTION AND TOURISM MARKETING ACT

Act 383 of 1980

AN ACT relating to the promotion of convention business and tourism in this state and the major metropolitan areas of this state; to provide for tourism and convention marketing programs in major metropolitan areas through nonprofit convention and tourist bureaus; to provide for imposition and collection of assessments on the owners of transient facilities to support tourism and convention marketing programs; to provide for the disbursement of the assessments; to establish the functions and duties of the department of commerce; and to prescribe remedies and penalties.


History: 1980, Act 383, Imd. Eff. Jan. 2, 1981




The People of the State of Michigan enact:

DocumentDescription
Section 141.881Short title.
Section 141.882Definitions.
Section 141.883Marketing program notice; contents; assessment; mailing copy of notice to owner of transient facility; referendum.
Section 141.884Marketing program; contents.
Section 141.885Assessment; payment; statement of room charges; reimbursement from room charges; verification and audit of owner's assessment payments; state use tax returns; unpaid assessments; interest and delinquency charges; suit to collect; notice.
Section 141.886Assessment revenues not state funds; deposit and disbursement; financial statements; audit; report; copies.
Section 141.887Advisory committee; election and terms of members; formal meetings; review of proposed marketing program; approval or rejection; recommendations; board of directors.
Section 141.888Discontinuance of assessment; referendum; proposing new marketing program notice; failure to adopt resolution discontinuing assessment; further referendum.
Section 141.889Effective date.

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