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Municipal ownership of quasi-public works

Allen Ripley Foote

Municipal ownership of quasi-public works

read before the Washington (D.C.) Branch of the American Economic Association, February 2, 1891.

by Allen Ripley Foote

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Published by Ramsey in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Municipal ownership

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination14 p.
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15082570M

    Regulations made by the Municipal Council of Quatre Bornes under Secti 57, 58, and of the Local Government Act 1. Short Title These regulations may be cited as the Municipal Council of Quatre Bornes (Food Court) Regulations 2. Interpretation In these regulations. Quasi-property is a legal concept, in which some rights similar to ownership may accrue to a party who does an act which benefits society as a whole. Black's Law Dictionary defines "quasi" as being "almost" or "resembling" - but not actually the same as the suffix item.

    Municipal ownership or close regulation of essential utilities and urban services was a central tenet of the Progressive Movement from the late s through much of the twentieth century. Beginning with the aftermath of the Great Fire of , Seattle became a national leader in establishing municipal ownership and management of water. A Municipal Report book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5.

    Municipal ownership of electric utilities flourished in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.() In every year from to , fifty or more new public utilities were formed.() In , municipal utilities constituted thirty-two percent of the total number of power facilities in operation.() At the peak of public power. Rates, revenues and results of municipal ownership of water works in the U.S. Kansas City, Cincinnati [etc.] Burns & McDonnell engineering Co. [©] (OCoLC)


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Municipal Ownership Of Quasi-public Works: Read Before The Washington (d.c.) Branch Of The American Economic Association, February 2, Paperback – Author: Allen Ripley Foote. The relation of modern municipalities to quasi-public works, being a report of the Committee on Public Finance to the Council of the American Economic Association.

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It has been accepted for inclusion in Yale LawAuthor: Carman F. Randolph. "MUNICIPAL FIREMAN" means a person holding a full-time position in the fire department of a municipality and who works for a stated salary or compensation. "MUNICIPAL PENSION FUNDING STANDARD AND RECOVERY ACT" means the act of Decem (P.L.No.

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(2) Movable or personal property. () CHAPTER 1 IMMOVABLE PROPERTY. were a weak form of municipal control. The second phase (–) was marked by municipal ownership, and private water companies governed by municipal franchises were replaced by municipally owned enterprises. The rise of municipal ownership began slowly during the late nineteenth cen-tury and grew quickly during the early twentieth century.

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